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Blacksmith Hammer-In: August 24th, 10am-4pm

Blacksmith Hammer-In: August 24th, 10am-4pm

We are hosting our annual Blacksmith Hammer-In, in partnership with the New Jersey Blacksmith Association, from 10am-4pm on Saturday August 24th.  Tailgating, tool swaps, and demonstrations will be ongoing throughout the day and there will be opportunity to win prizes...

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Splash of History – Water Pantry: August 7th at 6:30 pm

Splash of History – Water Pantry: August 7th at 6:30 pm

Help us kick off our Year of Water with this special Splash of History program! Starting with our Uncovered exhibit exploring the evolution of the swimsuit, and leading up to the Smithsonian Waterways exhibition later this winter, we are celebrating all things water...

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Kids Day: August 4th

Kids Day: August 4th

Join us for some good old-fashioned summertime fun at Kids Day! We are proud to partner with NORWESCAP Child & Family Resources for the third year in a row to bring Kids Day to life. Ice cream making, face painting, bounce house, games, crafts, blacksmith demos,...

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3rd Annual Shabbat Under the Stars: July 19th

3rd Annual Shabbat Under the Stars: July 19th

Register for the 3rd Annual Shabbat Under the Stars at the Historic Red Mill overlooking the South Branch of the Raritan River.. A magical fusion of Shabbat delicacies, summer cocktails and spiritually uplifting Sabbatt melodies will invigorate your body and soul....

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Ghost & Folklore Tours: August 17 @ 8:00 pm

Ghost & Folklore Tours: August 17 @ 8:00 pm

Our popular Ghost and Folklore Tours are back!  A job in a 19th century mill or quarry was dangerous work - accidents happened and sometimes people died.  No one knows for certain, but many believe the buildings of the Red Mill Museum Village are haunted by the...

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WW-I Centennial Exhibition

WW-I Centennial Exhibition

This is a special exhibit at the Red Mill Museum Village to honor the 100th anniversary of the United States’ entry into World War I. We have joined others in the state to commemorate the war by emphasizing the effects on people’s lives at home in New Jersey through...

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