2015 SPONSORS / PARTNERS
The SPIRIT of the JERSEYS State History Fair would not be possible without the support and assistance of many individuals and organizations. Their support has contributed greatly to the Fair's success and we are appreciative of all their efforts.
Since 1908, Battleview Orchards farm and Country Store have been owned and operated by the Applegate Family. The farm allows the public the opportunity to pick their own NJ Strawberries, Sour Cherries, NJ Peaches, Nectarines, NJ Apples, and Pumpkins. The Country Store is open all year. It features their own Fresh Pressed Cider & famous Apple Cider Donuts, along with quality fresh fruits & vegetables. Battleview Orchards is generously providing morning refreshments for the Fair’s exhibitors.
Friends of Monmouth Battlefield was formed in 1990 and is a 501 (c)(3) not-for -profit organization devoted to preserving, protecting and historically interpreting Monmouth Battlefield and historically related sites. The Friends will be assisting the State with operational issues for the 2015 NJ State History Fair. www.friendsofmonmouth.org
Monmouth County Park System – From beaches to playgrounds to historic sites, the Monmouth County Park System has facilities to suit the needs and pleasures of all residents of Monmouth County. No matter what the season, winter through fall, there's always something available. The Parks System offers areas available for recreation, exercise, nature, and relaxation to visitors of all ages looking for enjoyment outdoors. The Park System has generously offered to provide a tent for the Fair’s programming activities. Additionally, two of their historic sites, Longststreet Farm and Historic Walnford, will be represented at the Fair providing several living history demonstrations and hands-on activities for the public. www.monmouthcountyparks.com
North Jersey Highlands Historical Society has generously agreed to once again sponsor Mr. Jack Sherry as Benjamin Franklin. The Society (NJHHS), founded in 1958, is dedicated to collecting & communicating the history of the Northeastern Highlands Region from prehistoric Native American to the present. They have a special interest in historic iron-making & the history associated with Ringwood Manor State Park - its industries, events & people.