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Elder Voices Local History Roundtable Storytelling
Maybe you've only lived in town a few years? Just move here? Or maybe you have questions about what used to be in the area or what it was like? If so, this event is for you! Join us a residents share their stories of growing up in the area in a casual group setting. Storytelling at its most personal level. Hear about, places and the personal experiences including history of Basking Ridge, Bernardsville, and the other Somerset Hills areas. It doesn't matter if you've lived here 10, 20, 30 years or your entire life because we're sure you're going to learn something fun and interesting.
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About the Historical Society of the Somerset Hills (THSSH)
Founded in 1928 originally as the Basking Ridge Historical Society, the mission and name of the society was later changed to The Historical Society of the Somerset Hills, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization including all five communities of the Somerset Hills region: Bedminster Township, Bernards Township, Bernardsville ,Far Hills, Peapack-Gladstone which are all located in Somerset County, New Jersey.
The mission of The Historical Society of the Somerset Hills (THSSH) is to acquire, conserve and share local artifacts and information on matters of local historic interest; cultivate interest in local history; encourage the preservation of local historic resources; facilitate historic research; and preserve, operate, and interpret the Brick Academy.
To further this mission, THSSH sponsors events and activities that promote community awareness and appreciation of the history and architecture of the Somerset Hills. THSSH headquarters is at the Brick Academy in the Basking Ridge section of Bernards Township, where our collections of items of local historic interest are available to the public.
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