Historic Preservation Commission Meeting
How do we preserve the rich history of our township, and celebrate all that our town has achieved? This commission answers these questions and more about preserving and celebrating the […]
Head Wrapping & Waist Bead Workshop with Latasha Waters
Honor Black History Month by attending the head wrapping workshop with Latasha Waters! Spaces and supplies are limited so advance registration is required.
Meet the Author: Ellen J. Green
Dive into a true crime case with local ties at this meet and greet with Ellen J. Green, the New Jersey author and novelist behind “Murder in the Neighborhood: The True Story of America’s First Recorded Mass Shooting.”
War Monuments and Memorials
This pre-Veterans Day exploration of the War Monuments and Memorials in our surrounding areas will include a pictorial tour for history buffs by Councilmember Dave Porreca. The event is sponsored by Holy Name Knights of Columbus Council 12503, and refreshments will be served after the event.
Fall Festival and Living History Weekend
Celebrate fall in the Hill with this weekend of family fun including crafters, kids activities, merchant sales, history and much more!
Military Collectibles Flea Market
This annual flea market takes place during the Hill’s Living History Weekend. Visitors are welcomed to show, sell, and trade or just stop by and view the array of Military Collectables.
Explore Mullica Hill’s haunted historic houses and public buildings along Main Street, and get into the spirit of spooky season. The 1 1/2-hour guided tours depart every 10 minutes.
Wishing you and your family a safe and happy Fourth of July holiday
This weekend we celebrate our nation’s independence for the 246th time. Our Main Street is draped in red, white & blue in recognition of the Fourth of July.
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.