Dr. Wm. Robinson Plantation Museum
Circa 1690
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Events 2017

May 21
Honey Bees
12-4

June 3 & 4
325th Anniversary
Celebration

July & August

September 17
12-4

October 14 & 15
Four Centuries in a Weekend

November 19
Butter Churning
12-4

December 2 & 3
Holiday Celebration

December 10th
Santa Paws
12-4







May 21
12 - 4 PM
Honey Bees

Joe Lelinho from Hilltop Honey returns with his living hive of honey bees fully enclosed in glass so
visitors can watch the bees work and learn the importance of honey bees besides just their honey.
There will be plenty of NJ honey for sale and other products from honey and bees wax.

honey bee



June 3
11 - 5 and 8-10 PM (Candlelight Tours)
June 4
12 - 4 PM

325th Anniversary of Dr. Wm. Robinson's House
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Red Storm Drum and Dance Troupe

Native American educational and performance group. Margaret and Robert Boldeagle are two of the group’s founders
 who, with their members of varied Native American heritage, travel the nation using artifacts, song, drum and dance to
teach people about the 560 Native American Tribes that exist in the U.S. today. Their mission is to preserve the
Native American history for future generations.


7th Virginia Cavalry Co. A


Civil War reenactors that camp on the grounds for the weekend in authentic reproduction tents and live the weekend as
 they would have on the battlefield during the Civil War. They will be performing military drills and gun exercises
throughout the weekend along with answering any questions visitors may have. They will also take part
 in the candlelight tours on Saturday night.


Bloody Historical "Pirates of the Norther Star"


This group portrays pirates from the 17th and 18th centuries to give visitors a glimpse into the life of a pirate
using props, displays and stories. The waters between Sandy Hook and New York City were infested with pirates
and French privateers in the 17th and 18th century and many landing parties rowed onto the shore or up the
creeks and rivers of Central Jersey.


Open Hearth Cooking

Come and observe demonstrations of open hearth cooking and baking throughout the entire weekend

Support our Program

We will be giving away 325th Anniversary books that will include photos and history of Dr. Wm. Robinson and the house.
To recognized our supporters of this special event we are including them in the anniversary book.
There is still time for you to help us and be recognized in the book. Simple click on the sponsor link below and
fill out the form and send it with your donation to the address on the form. We need to receive it by May 15th to
have your information in the book. Thank you for your support.

SPONSOR FORM

 




Light refreshments will be available for purchase throughout the weekend
Gift shop
House Tours






Dr Robinson House
                                          Clark NJ 1917
Doctor Office
                                        Artifacts
The above picture was taken in 1917 when Edgar Smith owned the house.
These are just some of the artifacts on display. Many of these bottles were found buried in the yard or in the walls of the house.




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Dr. Wm. Robinson Plantation & Museum
Scott McCabe, Director
593 Madison Hill Road, Clark, NJ 07066
Phone: (732) 340-1571
Email: dr.robinsonplantation@hotmail.com
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