The Ewing Township Historic Preservation Society

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ELECTION RESULTS FOR
THE  2022 BOARD OF TRUSTEES

President - Rebecca Urban
Vice-President - Joanne Durham
Treasurer - Jane Bellisfield
Board Secretary - Marge Delaney

2022 - Trustees
Donald Cox
John Delaney
Linda Lengyel

2023 - Trustees
Heidi Furman
Kathy Mora
Vacancy

2024 - Trustees
Marilyn Bird
Elizabeth Czelusniak
Carol Hill

~ NEW PROJECTS ~

"Voices of Ewing"

LAUNCHED JANUARY 1ST, 2021

We are collecting the stories, trials, difficulties, and challenges that members of the Ewing Community have experienced during the very memorable year of 2020.

Please send us photos, drawings, journal entries, poetry, videos and other expressions of your reaction to 2020 as documents for ETHPS to archive for future generations.

By sending us your donation, you understand that ETHPS will be keeping your remembrances in our historical archives, and  they will be accessible to both current and future researchers.

PLEASE INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION WITH YOUR DONATION:

1.  YOUR NAME

2.  YOUR AGE AND/OR BIRTHDATE.

3.  YOUR FULL ADDRESS.

4.  YOUR PHONE NUMBER.

5.  YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS.

Please let us know whether you would prefer we use your phone number and/or email address if we need to contact you.

 

ETHPS is REQUIRED

to contact you to sign a release form if we intend any public release of your donation. 

THANK YOU!

Please either email your donation to

VoicesofEwing@gmail.com

OR

Mail to:

ETHPS

27 Federal City Road

Ewing NJ 08638

CHECK OUT OUR 

ETHPS YEAR IN REVIEW

POWERPOINT PRESENTATION

OnYouTube 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vkDaXBzOHQ

AND OUR

Virtual Tour of the

Benjamin Temple House in Ewing

 

          We are pleased to have our first virtual tour of the Benjamin Temple House hosted by Ellie Calcagno, Site Manager.  This is the first of many videos we would like to share.  We focus on the  four rooms of the 1750s section of the house.  Please click on the link below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOxUeniHSSg&feature=youtu.be

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Check out our Newsletter

from Ellie Calcagno, Site Manager

AUGUST 8TH
MEMBER'S
PICNIC


Details to follow.

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THE EWING TOWNSHIP HISTORIC

PRESERVATION SOCIETY

~~SPRING SCHEDULE~~

Saturday , April 30th,
9:00 am - 10:00 am
   9:00 -  Planting of a Princeton Elm by the Ewing                            Green Team along the driveway of the 
                  Benjamin Temple House. 
   9:20 -  Tours of the First Floor and Refreshments
   9:30 -  Dedication of the Pomeroy Foundation sign
                   at the beginning of the driveway listing our
                   National Registry as a historic location.
            
 
Sunday, May 15th,
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
~~Sarah Temple Tea~~
at the Blooming Grove Inn
Two Honorees to be Announced Soon
Friday, June 17th,
4:00 pm
~~Dedication of the Peoples Garden~~
at the Benjamin Temple House
to honor Judy and Jim Peoples
and their contributions to the 
Ewing Township Historic Preservation Society
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Benjamin Temple House is owned by the Township of Ewing,
Bert Steinmann, Mayor, and Ted Forst, Director of Community Affairs
and is maintained by the efforts of the members of the Ewing
Township Historic Preservation Society, a non-profit 501(3)c organization.
 
. ~ 609-883-2455~
~ Email – info@ethps.org~
~ Website – www.ETHPS.org~
~~ Sustaining Patrons - NJM Insurance and Fred Andrew ~~
 
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Our vice president, Joanne Durham, who
wrote the grant for the purchase of our new sign.

This website is still under construction.  The Paypal button is not working yet, and the buttons to reach us through email are not functional.  You can still contact us at info@ethps.org.

 Moving the Benjamin Temple House in 1973

         The Benjamin Temple House, originally located on Pennington Road (Route 31), was moved by the State of New Jersey in May, 1973 to its present location on Federal City Road.  The move was precipitated by the expansion of I-95 , and was accomplished through the untiring efforts of Gail Kuser and the Friends of the Benjamin Temple House.  The Benjamin Temple House (also known as the Temple-Ryan Farmhouse) is on the national, state and township historic registries.

       As the ETHPS enters its 47th year of stewardship, we embark on an ambitious 5-year plan to complete the final restoration work with a fundraising campaign.  Join us in making the Ewing Museum at the Benjamin Temple House a reality.  You can help to create a welcoming and historically accurate resource for the community with a donation to:

  • purchase additional period furnishings for the 1750 rooms;

  • provide funds for restoration of artifacts and the printing of educational materials;

  • sponsor  exhibit signage for the museum; and 

  • fund handicapped access including a deck and ramp at the rear of the house.

ETHPS appreciates the

support of our Corporate Sponsors

NJM Insurance Group,  Ewing NJ  ~  www.njm.com

Investors Bank Community Foundation 

Roma Bank Community Bank Foundation

Homasote Company, Ewing NJ ~ http://www.homasote.com

FVHD Architects-Planners, Ewing NJ ~ https://www.fvhdpc.com

Digital Dog Direct, Ewing NJ ~ https://www.digitaldogdirect.com

Please donate by clicking on the donate button at the top of the page.

                               Future Home of the Ewing Museum                 

Ewing Township Historic Preservation Society

at the Benjamin Temple House

 

THE EWING MUSEUM CAMPAIGN FUND

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      Located at the Benjamin Temple House, Drake Farm Park
                           Future Home of the Ewing Museum
    27 Federal City Road, Ewing NJ 08638  ~ 609-883-2455

        Hours of the Benjamin Temple House Museum and Library ~
            Wednesdays from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm.
        Other times by appointment with the Site Manager, Ellie Calcagno.
   Free House Tours the first Sunday of Every Month from 2:00 - 4:00 pm.