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Lambertville Historical Society updates searchable archive database online

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  June 17, 2020 Contact: Liz Riegel publicity@lambertvillehistoricalsociety.org Phone: 267-566-2093   Lambertville Historical Society updates searchable archive database online COVID-19 may have kept us all at home these past few months, but it has given Marshall House Museum volunteers a great opportunity to update and enhance its searchable online collections database (from the safety of their homes, of course). The Lambertville Historical Society/James Wilson Marshall House Museum database (https://lambertville.pastperfectonline.com) allows open access to an inventory of the museum’s collections. You’ll find quilts, historic photographs, postcards, deeds and indentures, letters, family bibles, furniture and more, mainly pertaining to the

Peddler’s Village to Re-Open, Planned for 6/5

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 2, 2020   Peddler’s Village to Re-Open in Yellow Phase, Planned for June 5 Open-air countryside destination will offer expanded outdoor dining and weekend sidewalk sales with new safety measures in place Lahaska, PA–Peddler’s Village, a 42-acre shopping, dining, lodging, and family entertainment destination in the rural heart of historic Bucks County, PA, will re-open to the public on the first day of the “yellow phase”—expected to be on Friday, June 5—with expanded outdoor dining, weekend sidewalk sales, and new safety measures to protect the health of guests, merchants, and employees. During the “yellow phase,” Peddler’s

DRTCC News: Love Our Shops

Love Our Shops! We are excited to start a new marketing campaign for Delaware River town businesses: Love Our Shops (#LoveOurShops, www.loveourshops.com). Delaware River town businesses need your support during the COVID-19 crisis.  Many essential businesses in our towns remain open.  Other businesses have found a way to operate by offering digital content, takeout, online shopping, or gift cards.  To help you navigate what is open and closed, we compiled a directory.  If we lose our businesses, our river towns risk losing their unique and special identities.  We are all in this together! Our campaign’s goal is to keep our

River Town Radio Theatre Presents Its Summer Series with: Tales of Vacation, Cultivation, and Alienation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Robert Rando (Robert@bookgarden.biz, 908-996-2022) STOCKTON — River Town Radio Theatre is back at the Prallsville Mills Friday night, July 19th from 7PM-9PM. This performance will start by exposing our listening audience to the new norms in outdoor vacationing. Don’t forget to dress appropriately and bring a walking stick, just in case. Then, staying with the outdoor theme, we will explore farm to table dining when a master gardener gets her research funded by the CIA as RTRT once again ‘borrows’ a work of George Point who, when not producing top-secret technical journals, hosts his popular radio

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Many essential businesses in our towns remain open.  Other businesses have found a way to operate by offering digital content, online shopping, or gift cards

Fireworks

Fireworks (normally held on First Fridays from June—August) will not occur this year, including July 4th weekend. We are as disappointed as you are.

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