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Sunday, July 25, 2021

IN GRAVES OF THEIR OWN: RECLAIMING THE LOCUST HILL CEMETERY

The Trent House Association is hosting a virtual illustrated talk, “In Graves of Their Own: Reclaiming the Locust Hill Cemetery,” presented by Algernon Ward, Trenton history enthusiast...

Old Barracks Hosts Virtual Telethon to Support New Virtual Field Trips

Join the Old Barracks Museum online on Saturday, October 10 at 1 p.m. for a virtual telethon fundraiser to support the educational programming of the Old Barracks...

General John Cadwalader

Located just east of the Delaware River and off of Parkside Avenue in Trenton is Cadwalader Park. While all Trentonians likely know the park, and...

There is a Whole Lot “On Tap” for the First Day of Trenton’s Patriot’s...

Come celebrate Trenton's pivotal role in the American Revolution by checking out some of these exciting events happening Wednesday December 26th to kick of Patriot's...

Trenton’s Historic Legacy on Display During Patriots Week

Come out to Downtown Trenton to join in on the fun happening during Patriots Week on Thursday December 27th: All events are free unless otherwise noted.

Celebrating Hogmanay with Scottish Music

On Saturday, December 26, 2020, The Trent House Association will be presenting The Practitioners of Musick featuring music that George Washington and his family enjoyed. Washington’s family –...

Slogan of the City: Trenton Makes – The World Takes

For most Trentonians, it is impossible to go a day without seeing the iconic Lower-Trenton Bridge spanning across the Delaware River and its glowing sign emphasizing the...

Over 87,000 Diapers Collected for Low-Income Families in Trenton

United Methodist Churches in Trenton and central New Jersey have partnered to collect over 87,000 diapers for low-income families with infants in Trenton. The...

Locust Hill Flag Ceremony Remembers Trenton’s Civil War Veterans

Locust Hill is the City’s largest remaining African American burial ground, but it was neglected for many years. At least ten African American veterans of the Civil...

Celebrating Trenton’s Historical Figures: R. Henri Herbert

R. Henri Herbert was the founder of Trenton's first (and New Jersey’s earliest) African American newspaper, The Sentinel. Born in 1857, Herbert in his early twenties began publishing...