STOCKTON: Mill Society sets events at Prallsville site

In honor of the Hunterdon County’s 300th anniversary, the Delaware River Mill Society is hosting an exhibit of historic photographs of Stockton Borough and the historic Prallsville Mills complex in the Saw Mill Gallery from June 7-28.
Exhibit hours are Saturdays and Sundays from 1-4 p.m. and weekdays as part of the Mill Society’s docent tours, Monday through Thursday, 1-4 p.m.
To view the exhibit during docent tour hours, call 609-397-3586. The exhibit is free but donations to benefit the Delaware River Mill Society would be appreciated.
The exhibit is a combination of the Stockton Borough’s historic photograph collection and historic photographs from the Delaware River Mill Society’s exhibit "Hard Times, the story of the great depression and the Prallsville Mills." The "Hard Times" exhibit was funded by a grant from the Hunterdon County Cultural and Heritage Commission in 2012.
To help celebrate the Hunterdon County’s anniversary, the Mill Society has scheduled events so the historic Grist Mill is open to the public through July and August with two juried art exhibits. For additional information on the exhibits, email [email protected].
The Prallsville Mills is participating in the tours of "Hunterdon County’s Historic Sites" on July 13 and 20 from 1-4 p.m.
An outdoor concert series is scheduled for Fridays and Saturdays from 8-10 p.m., excluding the July 4 and Labor Day weekends.
The concerts will feature local musicians. For details, visit the "Songs in the Sawmill" Facebook.
The Linseed Mill, Art Colony Gallery and the Manor House Galleries in the John Prall House will be open with art exhibits on weekends from noon-5 p.m. For more info on these exhibits, visit the Prallsville Mills Facebook.
Prallsville Mills is located on Route. 29, 5 miles north of New Hope and Lambertville.
Fore more information, visit or check out Prallsville Facebook. Call 397-3586 or email [email protected].
The Delaware River Mill Society is a private non-profit organization responsible for the continued restoration, maintenance and operation of the Historic Prallsville Mills complex, which is listed on the National register of Historic Places and is the center point of the Delaware River Scenic Byway.