Historic Preservation, Urban Redevelopment, and the Rural Landscape: How New Jersey Makes the Connection – May 15

As a prelude to this year’s May in Montgomery Touring the Millstone Valley National Scenic Byway, the Van Harlingen Historical Society is proud to present a lecture by John D.S. Hatch titled Historic Preservation, Urban Redevelopment, and the Rural Landscape: How New Jersey Makes the Connection. Mr. Hatch is an architect who specializes in historic preservation design and adaptive re-use of historic structures.  He holds degrees in both architecture and historic preservation.  His projects include the restoration of historic Morven in Princeton, the restoration of the Hunterdon County Courthouse in Flemington, and the Roebling Complex Redevelopment in Trenton.

The lecture will take place at Stonebridge, 100 Hollinshead  Road, Skillman, NJ on Monday, May 15th at 7:30.  Refreshments will be served. The event is free and open to the public but space is limited so pre-registration is required.   To register please call 908-359-2642, email your Name, email and how many seats to register to: info@vanharlingen.org. (Please do not contact Stonebridge directly.)

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