Learn about the industrial heritage of our 10-acre site, including the Red Mill and the Mulligan Quarry through our exhibitions on view in our historic buildings. Watch our Facebook page and the calendar page on this website for updates regarding our programs. We look forward to seeing you at the Red Mill Museum Village!
The Red Mill Museum Village will be hosting a new lecture series this summer called Splashes of History, which will celebrate the history of Clinton for the town’s 150th anniversary.
The first lecture will be on noted local artist Elizabeth Grandin and will be held on Thursday, May 7th. The second will focus on New Jersey’s thirtieth governor, Foster Voorhees, who had strong ties to Clinton. The lecture will be held on Thursday, June 18th. The final lecture will be about the Clinton Music Hall, which brought many important national musicians and actors to the Clinton Stage. The final lecture will be held on September 3rd.
The Splashes of History lecture series will be presented by noted historian and lecturer Peter Osborne, former Curator of Education and Special Events at the Red Mill Museum Village. He has written and researched several books on a variety of topics, including the Battle of Minisink Ford, the Roosevelt Tree Army, and the history of Port Jarvis. He has recently completed two books on the history of the Washington crossing state parks in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The Splashes of History series is the product of months of Osborne’s research.
Tickets are limited in number and are available at a first come, first serve basis. They are $12 per person for Museum Members and $15 per person for Non-members. Refreshments will be provided.
For more information, and to purchase tickets, click here.
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