The official Kingston Historical Society Web Log or BLOG.
Here are the pictures that I referred to last night at the K.H.S. meeting. They were the promotional pictures taken for the "Drive By History" program. Pictured with me are the co-hosts of the show; Ken Magos and Cindy Perman. Ken Magos and Lee Brodie are the co-executive producers of the show. Their company is known as South Mountain Theatreworks Television Productions. You can check out the information on the series at www.drivebyhistory.tv. Their contact information is on the website.
There is a Revolutionary War Encampment at Monmouth Battlefield- October 10 @ 10:00 am - October 11 @ 4:00 pm, which is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 10:00am-4:00pm each day.
Presented by living history historians of the 17th Regiment of Foot (British). Held adjacent to the Visitor Center. Find out more http://revolutionarynj.org/events/
This year's walk will be an informal one along the new trail through the Cook Natural Area. On Trails Day in June, volunteers bushwhacked a new pathway through two wooded sections and along field borders in Cook, to create a pleasant walk with sweeping views of hillside, fields and forest. The walk will be leisurely, and on mostly level ground. Parking is available (but limited) in the parking lot at the juncture of Division Street and Ridge and Heathcote Roads. Carpooling is encouraged. For more information, please visit http://www.kingstongreenways.org/. We hope you will join us!
Tari Pantaleo ~ President, Kingston Greenways Association
Although the Cook Natural Area (also known as the Cook Preserve) is under the administration by the Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park, the Park is part of the Division of Parks and Forestry of the Department of Environmental Protection of New Jersey. It should be noted that, although the deed of the land to the State by the Cook estate is explicit in stating that no hunting is to be permitted on the property, hunters have been recently observed supporting blinds and cultivating and maintaining a "shooting preserve" on the Cook Preserve. We encourage anyone taking part in the KGA foliage walk to be vigilant to illegal hunter activity.