Hear ye, hear ye – it’s time to celebrate!

On March 7th, the Old Barracks invites you to attend their upcoming celebration, the Beulah Oliphant Award Reception. The ceremony will take place from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at the Old Barracks Museum, located at 101 Barrack St, Trenton, NJ 08608. Tickets are available for $35 per individual, and there are also a number of sponsorship opportunities available to those wishing to provide additional support to the mission of the Old Barracks Museum. The current sponsorship tiers are as follows:

  • $75 – Includes 1 ticket and 1 business card size full color ad (5.25” x 2”) in program and logo on website
  • $150 – Includes 2 tickets and a 1/2 page full color ad (5.25” x 4”) in program and logo on website
  • $225 – Includes 3 tickets and a 3/4 page full color ad (5.25” x 6.25”) in program and logo on website
  • $300 – Includes 4 tickets and a full page full color ad (5.25” x 8.25”) in program and logo on website

If you are interested in securing a sponsorship for yourself or your organization, please contact Lronaghan@barracks.org or call 609-396-1776 for more information regarding how to proceed. Individual tickets as well as sponsorships can be purchased online, available here: Tickets – Old Barracks Museum.

The honorees for this year’s celebration are the Alice Paul Institute and Founding Members. The Alice Paul Institute, named after Alice Stokes Paul, was founded in 1984 with the intention of carrying out the ideals of its namesake. Alice Stokes Paul was a revolutionary figure in the women’s rights movement, leaving behind a legacy of tremendous advancement for women. She was a founding member of the National Women’s Party, authorized the Equal Rights Amendment, and even played a consequential role in the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.

Today, the Alice Paul Institute provides educational programs to nearly 3,000 students annually, giving tours of Paulsdale, and hosting leadership programs for middle and high school girls. For more information on the organization, please visit their website, linked here: Alice Paul Institute – Home.

The Beulah Oliphant Award is presented to annually to women in recognition of their outstanding contributions to New Jersey history in historic preservation, education, or scholarship. The namesake for the award, Beulah Oliphant, was responsible for led the effort to preserve the Old Barracks, which became a museum in 1902. Due to her resilience and determination, guests from the Capital City and all throughout the nation now still have the opportunity to enjoy this gem of Revolutionary America.

If you have any questions or would like any assistance securing your tickets, please contact the Old Barracks Museum at info@barracks.org or 609-396-1776 for additional help. To learn more about the awards reception and other upcoming happenings at the museum, please check out their website, linked here: Old Barracks Museum – Home. This revolutionary evening will be on its way before you know it, so be certain to secure your tickets today!

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