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Thursday, December 26, 2013

  • 9a.m.-12p.m., 1-4p.m.: Bus Tour: Washington Crossing  (Meet at Lafayette Yard Hotel, $)
    11 a.m.: New Citizen’s Swearing-In Ceremony (Location TBD)
    11:30 a.m.: Site Tour: Hidden Treasures of the State House (State House)
    1 p.m.: Opening Lecture: NJ’s Role in Revolution (Masonic Temple)
    2 p.m.: Puppet Show: St. George and the Dragon (Masonic Temple)
    2:30 p.m.: 10 Years of the American Revolutionary War Round Table (Masonic Temple)
    3 p.m.: Colonial Concert: John Burkholter,  Pracktitioners of Music (Friends Meeting)
    3 p.m.: Site Tour: Pettys Run (Meet at Barracks)
    4 p.m.: Forging the Future: AbOminOg International (Barracks)

Friday, December 27, 2013

  • 10 a.m.: Walking Tour: Battle of Trenton (Meet at Cafe Ole)
    10:30: Family Scavenger Hunt (State House)
    Noon:The Local Trenton Area Militia and the Campaign of 1776 (Masonic Temple)
    Noon: Civil War Flag Unveiling (NJSM Galleries)
    12:30: Hogmanay (Trent House)
    1 p.m.: Young Patriot’s Panel: Battlefield Projects (NJSM Auditorium)
    1 p.m.: Fife and Drum Concert (Masonic Temple, $)
    2p.m. : History of the Barracks (Masonic Temple)
    2 p.m.: Colonial People: Over Here Molly Pitcher (NJSM Auditorium)
    3 p.m.: Colonial Culture: Martha Washington’s Kitchen Garden (NJSM Auditorium)
    3 p.m.: Book Signing: Reporting the Revolution  (Masonic Temple)
    4 p.m.: Rye Tasting: Dad’s Hat Rye (First Presbyterian)
    4 p.m.: Don’t Tread on Me:  Photographing Graffiti Writing (Masonic Temple)
    7 p.m.: Colonial Ball (Masonic Temple, $)

Saturday, December 28, 2013

  • 11 a.m., 3 p.m.: Battles of Trenton
    Noon-2p.m.: Re-enactors Lunch (Masonic Temple, $for public)
    12:30/1:30p.m.: Puppet Show: The Trouble with Trenton (Warren St. Plaza)
    2 p.m.: The Local Trenton Area Militia and the Campaign of 1776 (Masonic Temple)
    2 p.m: Colonial People: Noah Lewis as Ned Hector, Black Patriot of the Revolution (NJSM Auditorium)
    Between Battles: Reading of the Minute to Quakers (Friends Meetinghouse)
    5 p.m.: Colonial Dinner (First Presbyterian, $)

Sunday, December 29, 2013

  • 9a.m.-12 p.m., 1-4 p.m.: Bus Tour: Princeton Battlefield (Meet at Lafayette Yard Hotel, $)
    11 a.m.: Colonial Church Service (First Presbyterian)
    11:30: Site Tour: Hidden Treasures of the State House (State House)
    Noon: Historic Perspective: Mary Stumpf at Princeton Battlefield (Masonic Temple)
    Noon: Walking Tour: Colonial Churches and Cemeteries (Meet at St. Michael’s Church)
    2 p.m.: NJ’s Uhlan: Brevet Brigadier General Joseph Karge (Masonic Temple)
    2 p.m.: Tea at the Trent House (Trent House, $)
    2 p.m.: Exhibit Tour: Where in the World is NJ, Historical Maps (NJSM Galleries)
    3 p.m.: Colonial People: Phyllis Wheatley Voice of Freedom (Quaker Meeting)
    3 p.m. Beer Tasting (First Presbyterian)

Monday, December 30, 2013

  • 11 a.m.:  Military History: Affair at Egg Harbor (Masonic Temple)
    Noon: Puppet Show: Punch and Judy (Masonic Temple)
    12:30, 2 p.m.: Living History: Sword and Swagger (Masonic Temple)
    1 p.m.: Historic Preservation Panel: Battlefield Buildings (Masonic Temple)
    2:30 p.m.: Art History: Eyewitness Images of The Revolution (Masonic Temple)

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

  • 11 a.m.: Exhibition Tour: NJ Early People, Lenni Lenape (NJSM Galleries)
    3 p.m.: Trenton’s State of the City Cultural Partners Reception (NJSM)
    5 p.m.: First Night: Community Peace Vigil (Friends Meetinghouse)
    8 p.m.: New Year’s Eve Concert: Capital Philharmonic (Patriots Theater at the War Memorial, $)

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

  • 7:30 a.m.:Real Time Tour: Princeton Battlefield (Meet at Princeton Battlefield)