On Saturday May 18th at 2 pm the 1719 William Trent House will host “Mahlon Stacy : Colonial Pioneer at the Falls of The Delaware” They describe the exhibit in the following manner.
This illustrated lecture will explore what we know about Mahlon Stacy, one of the first European settlers in what is now Trenton. Learn about a Trenton artist’s portrayal of Trent’s purchase of Stacy’s lands, and the upcoming archaeological excavation at what may possibly be Mahlon Stacy’s 1680’s home. Members are free, non- members are $10. Light refreshments will be served.
Also be sure to check out “The Trent House Through the Centuries: A Retrospective” on display through May 31st. This is an illustrated and photographic record of the the many changes that the house and the property have gone through.
This exhibit will give a visual record of how the property has looked over the centuries. Curated by Docent/Researcher Shawn Carney, the exhibit is located downstairs in Trent’s basement storeroom.
The 1719 William Trent House museum is located at 15 Market Street. The museum is open Wednesday – Sunday from 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm.
For more information visit https://williamtrenthouse.org/