The Somerset County Park Commission is holding their annual 1770’s colonial reenactment festival at Lord Stirling’s Estate grounds on Sunday October 6th from 11:30-4:30pm. The fun-filled family event is free to attend with a suggested donation of $5, and will include period appropriate exhibitors, colonial music, apple cider pressing, hayrides, colonial games, live animals and much more!
It is truly a transformative journey back in time for a weekend in the early fall, and an excellent way to learn more about the history of the area, and colonial America!
About Our School
Huaxia Chinese School at Montgomery is a non-profit organization in NJ, established in 1996 to teach Chinese phonics (pinyin) and simplified Chinese characters, to promote the awareness of Chinese culture, and to serve local community and residents.
Being a non-profit, non-political and non-religious organization, our school is open to the public, regardless of gender, race, age, religion and nationality.
The school offers Chinese language classes starting from Kindergarten through advanced levels, Chinese as Second Language classes (CSL), and culture classes including Chinese dancing, martial arts, crafts, arts, chess, etc. These classes are offered on Saturday afternoons at Montgomery Upper Middle School.