Third Annual Historic Blairstown Day

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Historic Blairstown Day

Third Annual Historic Blairstown Day

Dust off your bonnets and bow ties ladies and gentlemen — and get ready to party like it’s 1899!

Hosted by the Blairstown Museum, Historic Blairstown Day is a celebration of Blairstown’s heritage. Spend the day enjoying the ambiance of a bygone era with nostalgic music; antique, craft and food vendors; classic car show; a birthday celebration for town founder John Insley Blair and much more.

Proceeds from Historic Blairstown Day benefit the Blairstown Museum and its mission to collect, research, document, protect, preserve, exhibit and promote the unique history and heritage of the Township of Blairstown, New Jersey for the benefit of residents and visitors.

The 2019 HBD Committee consists of: Peter Bransky, Celeste Dieffenbach, Pamela Gumbman, Eric Harvey, Anthony Iurato, Jeanette Iurato, Kris Kelleher, Mandie Kolenut, Allison Lacken, and Ashley Miller. The Committee meets regularly to discuss this year’s celebration. Please contact the HBD Committee with any questions, 

Sunday, August 11, 2019
11:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.


Main Street Blairstown, NJ 07825
The event encompasses the majority of Main Street - from the Presbyterian Church on the corner of Bridge Street to the Post Office near Park Street. 

 First settled in the 1700s, Blairstown is a charming small town in Warren County, NJ with a downtown commercial center that is on the National Register of Historic Places. Buildings from the late 1800s and early 1900s line both sides of Main Street. Iconic buildings include the 1825 Stone Mill, 1872 First Presbyterian Church and 1889 Water Works.

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