Battle of Iron Works Hill

Battle of Iron Works Hill Main Street Mount Holly and several other local organizations will be presenting a commemoration of the Battle of Iron Works Hill on December 10th and 11th from 11 am to 4:30 pm each day. Over 100 period living history interpreters, in full regalia, will be in town on that day. The primary goal is to educate the public on the importance of this event in the success of Washington's victories at Trenton and Princeton.

There will be drill and musket firing demonstrations, campfire cooking, period crafts, a surgical field hospital demonstration, and camp activity in the yard of the Burlington County Prison museum, the Mount Holly Library, and at Mill Race Village throughout each day. The Historic Burlington County Prison Museum and other historical sites will also be open. The Mount Holly Library, The Book Shelf Bookstore and the Friends Meeting House will host presentations by authors and historians during the day. In addition to living history, period craft demonstrations, and lectures, the downtown will be the site of a cannonade and skirmish between Hessians and militia from 2:00 to 3:30 on Sunday.

Partners include Main Street Mount Holly, the Shops at Mill Race Village, the Downtown Business Association, the Township of Mount Holly, the Mount Holly Historical Society, The Mount Holly Library and Lyceum, and the Burlington Parks and Recreation Department.

There is no fee to the public or participants and many shops will be open late that day to address holiday shopping needs.

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