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!

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Gala Benefit

The Red Mill Museum Village is proud to honor this year’s “Guardians of History” award winners at the annual Gala Benefit to be held on Saturday, May 10th at 6pm under a tent on the Museum grounds. Each of the 2014 honorees, ShopRite of Hunterdon County, Walter Choroszewski and Donna Stumm, has been a long-time friend of the Red Mill Museum Village and has helped promote the rich history of Hunterdon County.

ShopRite of Hunterdon County, owned and operated by the Colalillo Family, is known throughout the community not only for their services as a grocery store, but also for their community outreach. Started over 50 years ago as a small market in Flemington, ShopRite has grown to encompass three large stores and over a thousand employees. This year, ShopRite has particularly demonstrated its support for our community history by providing all the refreshments for the myriad activities of the Hunterdon County Tricentennial Celebration.

Since 1980, Walter Choroszewski has promoted New Jersey through his vast photographic output featured in books about the Garden State. His most recent photographic publication, Hunterdon in My Heart, illustrates the breathtaking beauty of our County’s farmland, nature preserves, and historic sites. Another Walter Choroszewski book, NEW JERSEY A Photographic Celebration, was selected this year for the Official New Jersey 350th Anniversary “101 GREAT NEW JERSEY BOOK LIST” under art and poetry.

Since 1995, Donna Stumm has tirelessly supported the Red Mill Museum Village through her countless hours devoted to the success of the Haunted Mill, our largest annual fundraiser. As a member of the Museum’s Board of Trustees, Donna has served as both Vice-President and President and on numerous committees, helping to ensure the long-term preservation of our historic site. Donna additionally contributes to the Hunterdon community through her work as a sixth-grade science teacher and by volunteering at the Clinton Fire Department.

The awards ceremony honoring the Guardians of History will take place during the Gala Benefit on May 10th. Please help us recognize these outstanding members of our community by attending this event. Tickets and information can be obtained at http://theredmill.org/eventtourtickets.html or by phone at (908)735-4101. The Red Mill Museum Village is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

This event is sponsored by Tranquilli Financial Advisor, Chubb Group of Insurance Companies, Team Capital Bank,  Peapack-Gladstone Bank.

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