Everyone is welcome to come join The Pre~Metro Gathering Mega Meet and Greet located at this scenic historic property in Middlesex County NJ. Come and get into the American Patriot spirit, as the NJ's American Revolution Mega (GC93D53) party starts the night before the big day.
PLEASE BRING POT LUCK FOOD AND DRINKS TO SHARE ~ BRING A CHAIR/TABLE TOO.
This event is outside on the lawn of this historic location, we will have some pop ups but limited on seating. We will keep the list of donated food for the picnic. Please post how many will attend and what you can bring to the picnic. Thank you!
Spend time to geo-chat, trackable exchanging and a chance to meet geocachers new to the area who have traveled to the event. Whether you are in the area seeking the numerous caches, interested in meeting new faces and welcoming them to NJ, hungry , or just need a place to unwind and relax - this is your opportunity.
Date/ Time: August 6TH, 2021 ~ 5:00PM to 9:00PM
Low House Parking Location: Rutgers Stadium follow Sulphen Road, see parking coords.
The Cornelius Low House is a two-story stone house which is currently the Middlesex County Museum, presenting changing exhibits about state and local history, with related school, outreach, and public programs. The house is listed on the state and National Registers of Historic Places.
The Low House
The Cornelius Low House was built in 1741 as the home of a wealthy merchant of Dutch ancestry. Cornelius Low was a leading citizen of Raritan Landing, a port community on the Raritan River in central New Jersey that flourished between 1720 and 1835.
Cornelius Low Jr. (c. 1700–1777) was the third of fifteen children. His grandfather, Peter Cornellessen Low, left Holland for the American colonies in 1659 and settled near Kingston, New York. Peter's eldest son, Cornelius Low, moved to New York and established himself as a merchant. He married Margareta Van Borsum in 1695. During the 1720s, Cornelius Low, Jr. became a successful merchant in Newark, New Jersey.
Community Celebration Events - 2020
This Event is part of a limited release of Community Celebration Events to celebrate 20 years of geocaching. Geocachers hosted events between May 2, 2020 and December 31, 2022. Learn more about Community Celebration Events on the Geocaching Blog.
The Northern New Jersey Cachers, NNJC is about promoting a quality caching experience in Northern New Jersey.For information on The Northern New Jersey Cachers group you can visit: www.nnjc.org.