New Jersey Historical Commission's Public Meeting at Tuckerton Seaport!

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The New Jersey Historical Commission Cordially Invites You to its Next Public Meeting at Tuckerton Seaport!

Join Us to Celebrate the Efforts of New Jersey's History Community!
September 19, 2012

10:30 a.m. to noon (Public Meeting) (Tour & Activities to Follow)

Tuckerton Seaport is a fully functioning maritime village that wonderfully encapsulates the rich heritage of Jersey Shore baymen. Located on 40 gorgeous acres in Ocean County, it features interactive and hands-on exhibits, a wetlands nature trail, live aquatic displays, the New Jersey Surf Museum, Tucker's Island Lighthouse, decoy carving shop, boat works, and much more.

The Seaport is a "can't-miss" attraction for anyone interested in experiencing a proud representation of the American maritime tradition. An affiliate member of the Council of American Maritime Museums, it stands as a lasting tribute to Jersey baymen past and present.

Join us for a brief New Jersey Historical Commission business meeting, followed by lunch, an informative discussion, and guided tour showcasing the sights and sounds this unique New Jersey treasure.