Did you know that colonial Americans enjoyed ice cream too?
The Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders invites residents of all ages to a Heritage Sunday event that delves into the history of ice cream and how the Whitall House functioned during the hot months of summer.
Enjoy tours of the Whitall House, demonstrations and family friendly activities.
Ice Cream Day will be held this Sunday, August 18 from noon to 4 p.m. (Ice cream may contain milk, eggs, soy, wheat gluten or other food allergens.)
On Sunday, Sept. 15 from noon to 4 p.m. visit the Whitall House at Red Bank Battlefield Park for Pirate Day.
Did you know that in colonial America some pirates were considered good pirates?
In fact, some ‘pirates’ were actually privateers assisting the Patriot cause against England.
This Heritage Sunday event teaches visitors just how important pirates were to American history. Enjoy tours of the Whitall House, family-friendly pirate themed activities and demonstrations.
For more information about these events please call 856-853-5120. The Whitall House is located at 100 Hessian Ave, National Park, NJ.
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