Hannah Caldwell Day (June 7) will be commemorated at the Caldwell Parsonage, 909 Caldwell Avenue, Union, on Sunday, June 9, from 2 to 5 pm. Members of the Union High School History Club, along with Union Township Historical Society members in colonial costume, will host an open house of the Parsonage, as well as tours of the Union Tool Museum in the carriage house (barn).
Take a sefie wearing a prop tricorn hat or a colonial-style bonnets, make “church” dolls, and play colonial games.
Meet the "Rev. James Caldwell" (aka Doc Burkhardt) as he recalls the heroism of his wife during the American Revolution, specifically the Battle of Connecticut Farms on that fateful day in 1780.
Collect Union County's Hannah Caldwell (pictured), James Caldwell, and Battle of Connecticut Farms trading cards. Get National Park Service Passport or Union County Passport booklet and have it stamped--the Parsonage is part of the Crossroads of the American Revolution National Heritage Area and an official cancellation location.
Refreshments will be served. Admission is free. Souvenirs will be available for purchase.