East Millstone Historical Society Celebrates Register Anniversary

The 30th anniversary of the village’s inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places was celebrated Sept. 28 with music and a lecture.

East Millstone Antiques & Cafe hosted the event, which featured Irish music by the Lesser Seamus Trio and a talk about the Millstone-New Brunswick Railroad by township historian Bob Mettler.

Patti Sofran, the historical society’s president, said the event was designed to “bring the community together.”

“It’s important to the historical society that we preserve the history of the village of East Millstone,” she said.

Cafe co-owner Bruce Blumenthal said the event was “a wonderful thing to do for the town.”

“It’s great for the town and to tell people what a great historic place this is,” he said.

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