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Thursday, June 14th
York Revolution vs. Somerset Patriots
7:05 PM
TD Bank Ballpark
Promotion: Revolutionary Spirit Night/ Patriotic Flags (1st 500 Kids)
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Game Details:
  • The game features Revolutionary Spirit Night with activities, characters, and displays highlighting the history of the Revolutionary War.
  • Appearances by General George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Francis Hopkinson, British Soldiers and the Town Crier
  • Hopkinson American Flags (1st 500 Kids)
  • Revolutionary Encampment – see how the soldiers lived during the Revolutionary war with a living encampment from the 2nd NJ Regiment and Sable Soldiers of the American Revolution including a surgeon tent, spinning and weaving demos, mock hearth cooking and colonial ice cream making
  • Middlebrook theatrical society appearing in period dress
  • Visit Special tables on the concourse from: Jacobus Vanderveer House, Liberty Hall Museum, Heritage Trail Association, East Jersey Old Town Village, Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington Crossing Historic Park, Washington Association of NJ and Morristown National Historical Park, Crossroads of the American Revolution & Monmouth County Historical Association
  • Early American medicine and surgical practices, with Doug Aumack
  • Spinning and weaving with the Monmouth County Historical Association
  • Mock hearth cooking with NJ History Alive
  • Sample Colonial-era ice cream made on location by Susan McLellan Plaisted.
  • Quill pen instructions and a chance to sign a large-scale Declaration of Independence, with the Jacobus Vanderveer House
  • Colonial kids games with the Liberty Hall Museum
  • Kids’ giveaways from the Heritage Trail Association
  • Artifacts from East Jersey Old Town Village
  • 18th century games with Morristown National Historical Park and the Washington Association of NJ
  • New Jersey State Society of the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, dressed in 18th century clothing
  • Motts Artillery and their cannon
  • Toy Musket Drills for kids led by interpretors of Washington Crossing Historic Park