Bonaparte in Bordentown

History buffs and curious learners, come out to hear Monmouth University’s Dr. Richard Veit present the fascinating story of Joseph Bonaparte’s remarkable sojourn in America.

Growing Up in Seabrook

The Harrison Township Historical Society is hosting Japanese-American human rights activist and organizer, Masaru Edmund Nakawatase, to share his experience growing up in this nearby multicultural town.

Revolutionary Women: Writing About War

March is Women’s History Month! The library is hosting the Museum of the American Revolution for a virtual discussion on Revolutionary Women and their important roles at such a pivotal time in our nation’s history.

David Mills Poetry – Tribute to Slavery in New York City

In celebration of Black History Month join us for a poetry reading by author, David Mills. Mr. Mills will share his poetry and insights from his book of poems, Boneyarn, the first book of poems that explores slavery in New York City.

Signs Of Our Time: 50 Years Of Telling Our Stories

The Historical Society is pleased to announce a new exhibit “SIGNS OF OUR TIME: 50 YEARS TELLING OUR STORIES”.
A half-century ago, the Harrison Township Historical Society was to save and tell the stories of this place we live.

Richwood Academy Open House

Mark your calendars, it’s time to reminisce about old times at the newly renovated Richwood Academy Cultural Center!

A look at the history of Easter

From time to time, I like to look into the history of an upcoming holiday or celebration and provide some background on its origin.

Women’s History: The Notorious RBG

March 1st marks the first day of Women’s History Month, tune into this program celebrating the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, aka The Notorious RBG!