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Summerseat Remembers, Saturday, December 9, 9-3PM

Join Mr and Mrs Barclay as they greet General George Washington on his arrival at 11:00am

Pictures with Santa 12:00-2:00

Activities all day long!

Toy Train Displays

Living History Re-enactors

Fireside lunch featuring delicious Homemade Soups

Christmas Raffle

History Gallery

Children’s Activities

Crafters

All proceeds benefit the restoration of Summerseat

Paint this cute snowman on November 19, 2017 to help maintain Summerseat

Historic Summerseat Painting Party

Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 3PM at Summerseat,

Hillcrest and Legion Avenues, Morrisville, PA 19067

Tickets $35.00
Light refreshments served
Call 215 295 8316 to register

Paint this cute snowman! It’s fun and easy!

Profits from this fundraiser will be used for repairs to the exterior of the house!

Attention Crafters and Vendors: Sign up for Morrisville’s Winter Festival, Summerseat Remembers, December 9, 2017

Attention Crafters and Vendors
Sign up for Morrisville’s Winter Festival,
Summerseat Remembers, December 9, 2017
Crafters and Vendors wanted for Morrisville’s Winter Festival, Summerseat Remembers, December 9, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Set up would be on the second floor starting at 8 am. Must bring your own table. Cost $25.00 – Limited spaces. For more information or an application call 267-959 4865 or go to  www.historicsummereat.com
Deadline for registering: November 25

Ghost Tours with Fairless Hills Paranormal at Summerseat

Come join Fairless Hills Paranormal  for a ghost hunt of the Historic Summerseat Mansion on  Saturday, October 28th from 8pm to 11pm.

$25 per person, must be 18 or older. You are encouraged to bring a flashlight and any other equipment you may have. A limited number of EMF detectors will be available to use.

Reservations and payments are to be made through Paypal, through Historic Summerseat’s Facebook Page

 

 

 

From the book, When Washington Crossed the Delaware, by Lynne Cheney,  Illustrated by Peter M. Fiore

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Downstream, two of Washington’s commanders also struggled to get men and guns across the river. In the end neither General James Ewing nor Colonel John Cadwalader could get through the ice on the Delaware. They had to give up on the idea of fighting at Trenton.

 

 

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It was November 1776, a time of trouble for our young country. We were fighting for our independence from Britain, and the war was not going well. The British had defeated General George Washington and his men on Long Island, had driven them out of New York, and were pursuing them across New Jersey.
“This night we lay amongst the leaves without tents or blankets.”
ENOCH ANDERSON, Captain, Haslet’s Delaware Regiment
Excerpt from When Washington Crossed the Delaware, by Lynn Cheney, Illustrated by Peter M. Fiore

 

 

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