The 18th century Osborn Cannonball House Museum, located at 1840 Front street in downtown Scotch Plains will be featuring a Colonial Crafts Day on April 3rd. There will be continuous demonstrations of crafts by Historical Society members. Tinsmith George Pierson will demonstrate tin piercing. Other demonstrations include Connie Klock making pomanders, Renate Maroney quilling, Darlene Palombo making butter, and Sam Wolf embroidering. Take a tour of the museum and learn the role Scotch Plains played in the Revolutionary War.
The Osborn Cannonball House Museum is located at 180 Front Street in Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076. It will be open from 2pm to 4pm on April 3rd. Admission is free but donations are always welcome. For further information email Info@historicalsocietyspfnj.org or call 908-322-6700 Extension 230.