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   Ewing Township Historic Preservation Society
             The Ewing Museum at the Benjamin Temple House
                              27 Federal City Road, Ewing NJ 08638



~ Sunday, March 8th, 2015 -  2 pm ~
 at the Benjamin Temple House
"300 Years of Quilts" 
         Marsha Watro, teacher and quilter, gave a talk on the history of quilts and unveiled our newest acquisition, the Ewing Bicentennial Quilt.  It was created by the students and teachers of Ewing High School in preparation for the nation's 1976 Bicentennial Celebration.  Many of the handmade bed covers created by American women for the past 300 years are still on display.  Come view them during our regular hours on Wednesday or make an appointment to see them.                                                                                  


        ~ Sunday, November 16th, 2014 - 2 pm ~

        Camp Olden Training Camp - NJ's first training camp under President Abraham Lincoln's call for troops. Kim Daly from the Civil War Round Table Museum presented a show and tell program on the Camp and its training importance to the efforts of a country divided.

~ Sunday, December 14th, 2014 - 2 pm ~

        The Ewing Historical Society and the Hopewell Valley Historical Society held a joint Christmas party at the Benjamin Temple House. 
~ Friday, August 15, 2014 ~

The annual picnic was held 
in the apple orchard at the 
Benjamin Temple House.
~ Saturday, September 13, 2014 ~
The Annual ETHPS Flea Market 
was held on a very beautiful day 
on the large front lawn of the Benjamin Temple House.
Website designed by Rebecca Urban for the Ewing Township Historic Preservation Society - Copyright 2015 at Homestead 
Our speaker, Marsha Watro, displaying our new Ewing Bicentennial Quilt during her presentation.
~ Sunday, May 17th, 2015 - 2 pm ~
at the Benjamin Temple House
Sarah Temple Tea honoring Carol Vernam Hill

Our honoree, Carol Vernam Hill,
and her daughter, Donna Hill Krupa.  Carol has served in many capacities for the Historical Society including past president, current vice president, and as a member of the Ewing Township Historic Commission.
Guests at the tea.