TEWKSBUURY, NJ - The Tewksbury Historical Society Headquarters will be open Saturday, Dec. 14, selling its unique Holiday gifts. 

Among the items for purchase are Tewksbury afghans in Williamsburg Blue, Cranberry Red, Hunter Green and Navy Blue, a new color, and Tewksbury Church notecards and post cards depicting original historic scenes. Also available are hardcover and paperback editions of Historic Notes on Fairmont, NJ  by Freeman Leigh,  signed and unsigned prints of Tewksbury, "A River Runs Trough It",  by Elizabeth "Lib" Ryman and prints depicting scenes in Mountainville, Pottersville and Califon by Linda Jean. Some of the latter prints are also signed by longtime resident Charles Burrell.

The headquarters is located at 60 Water St. in the Mountainville section of the township. Hours for the sale will be from 9 a.m. to noon.

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Society membership is open to anyone interested in the history of Tewksbury. Members receive a quarterly newsletter and advance notice of all programs and events the Society holds throughout the year. The Society holds three regular meetings per year on the 3rd Sunday in January, March, and May with a 4th being the Covered Dish Supper with program.

The Tewksbury Historical Society is a not-for-profit corporation and was organized for the purpose of furthering research into and the preservation and dissemination of the history of the Township of Tewksbury.  The Society requests donations of documents, records and small artifacts related to Tewksbury’s History. Society information is found on its website:  www.tewksburyhistory.net