Visitors to the Open House at the Gulick house enjoyed the peaceful grounds, refreshed landscaping, and the newly reorganized archives of historic maps, journals, genealogy, photos and local artifacts. A perfect setting to learn a bit of Montgomery’s rich Dutch and Colonial past.
VHHS members were excited to show our visitors the new cedar-shake roof at the 260-year old stone Dutch farm house, thanks to a matching grant from the 1772 Foundation Grant Program, administered by the NJ Historic Trust.
Click here to continue to photos from our second event, A Taste of the Sourlands – Wine tasting fundraiser for the Gulick house.
Two-part May in Montgomery –
History and Wine-tasting!
Another May in Montgomery has come and gone! This year the Van Harlingen Historical Society presented a two-part May in Montgomery with wine-tasting and open-house this year. Attendees were treated to either a delightful celebration of the new roof at the Gulick House and/or a very hot but lovely wine-tasting party at Unionville Winery. Many thanks to all who supported our efforts. Click here for photographs of the events!
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