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The Red Mill Museum Village * 56 Main Street, Clinton, NJ 08809
Phone: (908) 735-4101 * Fax: (908) 735-0914 * email email@example.com
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We’re looking forward to our programs and
special exhibits for 2017!
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Interested in having a wedding at a historic icon?
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Interested in historic photographs?
You can browse our photo collection and purchase prints here. Digitization made possible by a grant from the Astle-Alpaugh Family Foundation.
Here’s what we’re excited for right now:
Our newest exhibit, Over Here: The New Jersey Home Front is now on view! The exhibit honors the centennial anniversary of the USA’s entry into WWI and explores the ways in which the people of New Jersey were affected by the Great War.
June 24 - Two Mill Plein Air Day presented with Hunterdon Art Museum. Join us for a day of outdoor art making - plenty of beautiful views to choose from! Artists of all levels and all media welcome. Opens at 9:00am with judging and reception to follow at the Art Museum at 4:00pm. For details and registration click here.
June 24 - Little Red Mill Rooster Fest, originally scheduled for Saturday May 13, has been postponed due to bad weather. The concert will take place on Saturday June 24. Tickets $15 presale and $20 at the door, free for museum members. For the full lineup and ticket information, click here.
June 25 - History and innovation combine for our annual Agro-Industry Day. Young “apprentices” can try their hands at churning butter, making ice cream, planting, weaving and more. Learn how quarry and mill workers used technology to solve engineering problems. Demos in blacksmithing, waterpower and special “quarry blasts” round out the activities. 12:00-4:00pm. Regular admission, free for members.
July 6 - “Salvation Army Doughnut Girls of WWI” presented by actress and storyteller Laurie Gaulke. Using first-person accounts, Gaulke breathes life into the history of the Darlings of the Doughboys in this next installment of our Splash of History Lecture Series. It promises to be an engaging and tasty evening! For tickets and more information click here.
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