2/12/2012
Winter Event
4/28/2012
Communiversity
6/3/2012
Cooking Day
8/12/2012
Game Day
10/14/2012
Candle Making
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Robert Rosetta
AboutNewJersey.com
NJ Travel & Tourism
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Princeton Battlefield's Clarke House Volunteers

Princeton Battlefield's Clarke House Museum
©2007 Robert Rosetta; AboutNewJersey.com

The Clarke House Volunteers is a group of people who enjoy educating the public on the ways of 18th century living through demonstrations and hands on activities at Princeton Battefield's Thomas Clarke house which is located on the grounds of Princeton Battlefield State Park. 

To assist with preserving the house and educating the public of the importance of its history, the Clarke House Volunteers hold various events each year. Visitors can participate in candle making, play 18th Century games and observe the various ways to cook over an open fire pit.  While the demonstration might look much different compared to today's lifestyle, small similarities will shine through, showing how what was done then, has continued steadfast through today's modern society.