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General Meeting & Speaker: May 22

Jane Peters Estes presents: The Battle of Gettysburg, Where were the Women? 

From the best known to the most obscure, this program discusses the many roles filled by women during the deadliest battle of the Civil War. With information gleaned from diaries, letters and newspapers of the period, many parts of this program a re told in the actual words of the women who have lived through the battle. This program is free and will be held May 22, 2024 at 7pm in the Lutheran Church on Wood Lane’s Hall.



We will be meeting jointly with the Public Library’s book club Book Club meets on April 22nd at 7PM in the library. Attendees will discuss the 2023 thrilling true crime title: The Art Thief : A True Story of Love, Crime, and a Dangerous Obsession by Michael Finkel.  This discussion will be in person, for a Zoom link should you wish to attend from home please email Kathy Metrick  [email protected]


The Skirmish is hosted by The Friends of the Indian King — a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization — which works to preserve and advance the Indian King Tavern Museum, the first New Jersey State historic site, and raise public awareness of the museum and its educational programs. There will also be interesting events leading up to the Skirmish including a debate between Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton. Here is a list of Skirmish Events.


We are open for rentals!

Looking for a fun place to have a small party or garden wedding? Check out Greenfield Hall. Please call or email our rentals coordinator at [email protected] or (856) 429 – 7375 for more information. 


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