Patriots Week Friday, December 30th


 
 
9:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
THE 1719 WILLIAM TRENT HOUSE MUSEUM

15 Market Street
 
Open or Tours. Take a tour of the country estate owned by William Trent, whom the city of Trenton is named after. $5-adults; $4-students and seniors. www.williamtrenthouse.org 
 
 
2:00 p.m.
THE BLACK COMMUNITY IN TRENTON 1860-1900
Trenton Free Public Library Community Room, 120 Academy Street

Please join us during Patriots Week when Dr. Jack Washington discusses his book, "In Search of a Community's Past: The Black Community in Trenton 1860-1900." He will preface the discussion with the involvement of the Black Community in Trenton in the Revolutionary War to where his book begins. Dr. Washington is a former history teacher at Trenton Central High School who holds a doctorate in intercultural education, and is the writer of many award-winning books. Free

For more information: www.jackwashingtonhistorian.com  or  www.trentonlib.org

 

7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
THE COLONIAL BALL
Historic Trenton Masonic Temple,100 Barrack Street

The Colonial Ball is your chance to mingle with the soldiers of the Battle of Trenton and learn their favorite dance steps!$17.76 advance tickets; $20 at the door. www.barracks.org

 

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