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. Join the largest Shabbat candle lighting ceremony in Huntedon County.
7:00 PM Cocktails and Hors D’oeuvres 7:30 Services 8:00 Dinner
A Shabbat Experience for the whole family
Register online at www.jewishhunterdon.com/shabbaton
The Red Mill Museum Village in Clinton, NJ, seeks individuals for part time, seasonal position as Colonial Militia workshop leaders for our educational program during our main visitor season from April to November.
- Lead students and museum visitors in hands-on historic workshops. Colonial-era costume is required and will be provided by the Museum. Having your own costume and gear is a plus, but not required.
- Training will be provided for all aspects of tours and workshops so that the tour guide/workshop leader can provide coverage wherever needed.
- Must be able to work within a tight time-frame and keep up with tour schedule.
- Ability to stand and walk for duration of tour required (some breaks are built into tour schedule). Workshops take place outdoors and inside buildings without climate control.
- Occasional weekends may be required.
- Must be able to communicate information and answer visitor questions effectively.
- Friendly and polite manner required – tour guides and workshop leaders are the face of the museum to the public.
- A love of history and desire to share it with museum visitors is most important – this is an opportunity to be a part of the legacy of a Hunterdon County historic gem.
- Reports to assistant director who will assign calendar dates and communicate schedule to tour guides and workshop leaders prior to tours.
To apply, please email resume and cover letter to Marie Salthouse, Assistant Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019 is the final year for the Black Potatoe Music Festival! For more information and tickets visit the Festival’s website here.
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 our exhibit and related programs.
Items from the Museum’s collection are featured, including a group of Liberty Loan posters on view for the first time. Many were donated by the late Helen Tomson of Clinton, whose father Chester Tomson was the owner of the Red Mill at the time of the war.
In order to raise finances, a War Loan organization was established under the US Treasury Department. Within twelve Federal Reserve Districts, The Central Liberty Loan Committee entrusted the work of selling liberty bonds in various localities to experienced and influential men in their respective communities in order to meet subscribed quotas. Chester Tomson, the Mill owner, was the Liberty Loan Officer for the Town of Clinton.
Antique radio collector and enthusiast Mike Molnar, whose private collection is currently on display in our Sound of the Times exhibition, will present “The Sights and Sounds of Old Radio and TV”. This lecture will be presented inside the Tomson Gallery, where Sound of the Times is currently on view, for a unique and immersive experience. Please note that Tomson Gallery is on the second floor of the Mill and is not wheelchair accessible. Reservations suggested, contact Assistant Director Marie Salthouse at email@example.com or 908-735-4101×100 to reserve your spot.
Refreshments served. $10 for Museum members and $15 for non-members.
Join us for the opening reception of the Hunterdon Retail Photography Project. This exhibit, organized by Hunterdon County photographer Bill Brokaw, celebrates and documents the Mom & Pop local businesses of our county in 2019. More details coming soon!
Photo courtesy of Bill Brokaw.
Dr. John Petrocelli will present “Dental Changes Through History”, discussing the beliefs and treatment of dental problems from the beginning of recorded history to the present day, especially the marvelous developments in our own lifetime. After the meeting, we will carpool on a mini field trip to the Holcome/Jimison Farmstead to see Dr. Leaver’s dental office that was moved to the museum, intact, from Quakertown. You won’t want to miss seeing his foot-powered drill he used on patients up through 1954 – ouch!
Coffee, tea and goodies served.
Unless otherwise noted, all Friends of the Red Mill programs are free of charge and take place in the upstairs meeting room of the Museum administration building.