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New Website Promotes Hunterdon’s Bicycling Assets

New Website Promotes Hunterdon’s Bicycling Assets From winding county roads, quaint towns, villages, and historic sites, to beautiful scenic vistas and gorgeous natural resources, Hunterdon County offers amazing riding for bicyclists of all ages and abilities. goHunterdon, the local non-profit dedicated to sustainable transportation, mobility, and safety, has launched a new website, www.bikehunterdon.org, to highlight Hunterdon County’s bicycling assets. The site features bicycle routes throughout Hunterdon County including road, trail, gravel, and mountain biking opportunities. Each route profile features photos, a detailed description of the ride, and links to local restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, breweries, wineries, and lodging available nearby. Information

Lambertville Porchfest, Oct. 3, 2020

Enjoy a day with Lambertville Musicians Porchfest 2020  Visit Lambertville Historical Society at www.lambertvillehistoricalsociety.org

Hunterdon County launches new economic initiative to highlight main streets

Hunterdon County launches new economic initiative to highlight main streets Hunterdon County has launched a new economic initiative to highlight the county’s main street business districts, including the creation of a new promotional website. HunterdonMainStreets.com is the center of the new campaign, and it highlights seven communities in the county. It is similar to the recently launched Hunterdon 579 Trail website, which focused on local agricultural and agritourism elements. “The goal of these campaigns is to remind residents of just how much Hunterdon has to offer, to essentially rediscover all the good that’s in their backyard,” Freeholder Director Shaun Van Doren said

An all-outdoor exhibit celebrating Lambertville’s history

PRESS RELEASE LAMBERTVILLE THEN AND NOW An all-outdoor exhibit celebrating Lambertville’s history Friday, September 4 – Sunday, November 8, 2020 LAMBERTVILLE, NJ AUGUST 24, 2020: The Lambertville Historical Society, in conjunction with Delaware River Towns Chamber of Commerce and the City of Lambertville, presents an all-outdoor, self-guided walking tour and exhibit called “LAMBERTVILLE THEN AND NOW.” Lambertville, NJ was incorporated as a town in 1849 and as a city in 1872. From the mid-1800s to the early 1900s the ferry, the canal, the railroad, and the Old York Road stagecoach route all contributed to the development and industrialization of Lambertville.

Meet the Jim Hamilton Memorial Shad Fest Scholarship Winners

Meet the 2020 Jim Hamilton Memorial Shad Fest Scholarship Winners For the 39th consecutive year, two outstanding local art students were each awarded a $10,000 scholarship to support their respective college educations.  The 2020 winners are Lambertville resident  Laura Adams and New Hope resident Morgan Grabarz. Laura Adams is a graduate of South Hunterdon Regional High School and will pursue a degree in fine arts at Tyler School of Arts, Philadelphia. Laura’s love of jewelry design encouraged her to start her business, Stripes. Laura donates a portion of her jewelry sales to charities such as Ehlers-Danlos Society, St. Jude Children’s

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