Grab your Sneakers, maybe a leash and your Sense of Humor!
Join us Saturday July 29th for our Run of the Mill 5k
1 Mile Woofit Fun Walk.
This years event will include our first annual 1 mile Woofit Fun Walk, featuring adoptable dog’s from our good friends over at
Lisa Barbieri Lettero is an artist, teacher, nurse, pharmaceutical retiree, mother, wife and impressionism lover. She is currently focusing on local scenery in beautiful Bucks County, the birthplace of the American Impressionist Movement, where she has lived and raised her family for 30 years.
Lisa works mainly in oils with her primary influence for this collection being the Plein Air and Impressionism style. She has always been inspired by Van Gogh and Monet. Lisa is best known for capturing the local beauty of lavender farms, rustic barns and golden fields. Her passion is painting scenes that capture the light and colors native to rural Pennsylvania.
The historic Prallsville Mills in conjunction with the D & R Canal State Park will host the esteemed Emily Roebling aka historical interpreter Carol Simon Levin in the next installment of our 2017 Speaker Series at 1 pm on Sunday, July 23 to talk about Roebling’s unique role in bridge engineering and architecture in the late 1800s.
The Hunterdon Watercolor Society
The Hunterdon Watercolor Society (HWS) will be hosting their 2017 art exhibit at the Sawmill Gallery at Prallsville Mill. 16 Artists will be displaying not only watercolor paintings but all mediums of art including oils and acrylics. The show opens Saturday, June 10 and runs through Saturday June 24. Monday thru Friday from 1-5 and on Saturday and Sunday from 10-6. The show features landscapes from various locations around the County as well as many other subjects from florals, abstracts, pets, wildlife and still lifes — all painted by local artists. The Sawmill Gallery is located at the Prallsville Mill, 33 Risler Street, Stockton. An artist reception is set for Saturday, June 24 from 4-6 p.m. The exhibition and artist reception are free and open to the public.
The Hunterdon Watercolor Society features guest artist demonstrations 7-9 pm the first Monday of each month, September through May at the Hunterdon County Complex, Bldg. #1, 314 Route 12, Flemington, NJ. More information about HWS membership and upcoming demonstrations can be found on the clubs website.
The 2017 Prallsville Mills Speaker Series kicks off with a lively open discussion by Dissent author Ralph Young!
THAT at Prallsville Mills
Stockton, NJ May 6th & May 7th 2017
On the weekend of May 6th and 7th, The Hunterdon Art Tour — THAT at Prallsville Mills — welcomes the public for a candid peek at the up-and-coming generation of young artists residing in Hunterdon County. The all-day, group show will take place at the Red Saw Mill.
Graham Preston, featured artist for THAT, will be exhibiting works alongside an exciting cast of creators including: Anabel Bouza, a Cuban-born paper artist; Lauren Johnson, illustrator and, a columnist for edible Jersey; Lauren Rosenthal, interdisciplinary printmaker and sculptor; Summer Yates, painter and educator — as well as dozen others. Poet, Douglas Piccinnini will give a reading Saturday evening at 8 pm followed by a special musical guest — TBA. On Sunday at 2 pm, Tie Dye Hillbilly Dance Party will perform folk and bluegrass songs.
Refreshments will be available. All are welcome.
If you love Abstract Art, don’t miss this opportunity to meet Philadelphia artist, Robert Hansen.
And a huge and special thank you to the sponsors for the 2017 Progressive Dinner. We could not keep the Mill open and restored without your support!
-- Animal Alliance of New Jersey
-- Thompson Lexus Doylestown
-- Finkles Hardware
-- Michael Hagerty
-- Stockton Market
-- Sergeantsville Grain and Feed
-- River Valley Realty
-- Rago Auction
-- Paul W. Steinbeiser and Family
-- Crave Events Group
-- Borden Perlman Salisbury & Kelly
-- HALT PennEast
The Media is raving about
an art show in the Mill.
The show, organized by a group of local artists,
features 400 pieces from more than 80 artists.
In an extensive story about the show,
the Asbury Park Press says:
"With unconventional strategies, the group has devised a new and different type of show. Works by locals are juxtaposed with those of international heavy-hitters, leveling the playing field and presenting new opportunities for burgeoning artists. This equalizing effect reflects the current climate for contemporary art sales, which is often limited to wealthier demographics."
Mill artist in residence Graham Preston organized the show with a committee of local artists as part of a collective effort to unite artists in Delaware River Valley and show support for the Mill. Portions of the sales will go to the Mill.
Works are either 3-by-5, 5-by-7 or 8-by-8 inches.
Prices are set at $75, $150 and $300.
Annual Hometown Concert
This year with Jefferson Hamer
March 4th at 8 p.m.
March 5th at 3 p.m.
The annual concert at the Mill in Stockton, NJ, has become an important appointment for Italian guitarist Beppe Gambetta. This year Beppe will be joined by Jefferson Hamer.
Adults $35 • Junior Citizens $15 (21 & under)
Are you a Mill Society Member? Use Code DRMS10 for 10% off!
Or Become A Member Today!
Artsbridge Member Show
February 3 through February 19
Show hours are on Fridays through Sundays, from noon to 5 p.m.
Artsbridge, one of the oldest artist groups in the Delaware Valley, holds its annual 2017 members’ art show at the historic Prallsville Mills. More than 250 local artists will show work in a range of media—oil and acrylic paintings, watercolor, collage, photographs and sculpture. The Artsbridge Members' Show includes works in a range of styles from traditional to contemporary and is a valuable opportunity to acquire local art at reasonable prices.
BREEMA: Body, Mind and Feelings
Working in Harmony
Nine Class Workshop Series • Tuesdays 7-9 p.m.
September 20 - Body Comfortable
October 4 - No Extra
October 18 - Firmness and Gentleness
November 1 - Full Participation
November 15 - Mutual Support
November 29 - No Judgment
January 3 - Single Moment/Single Activity
January 17 - No Hurry/No Pause
January 31 - No Force
Breema® is a simple, natural form of touch and body movement supported by universal principles. Practicing Breema supports a deeper connection among body, mind and feelings and cultivates harmony in all relationships. The aim of Breema is to bring us to a tangible experience of presence that becomes our foundation for a new dimension of health, consciousness, and self-understanding. In this series, we will learn Breema bodywork sequences to energize and to nurture both practitioner and recipient, SelfBreema exercises to support body-mind connection, the foundations of body-centered meditation, and Breema’s Nine Principles of Harmony and how they can be applied in everyday life.
The nine class workshop is $200.
A single class is $30.
MATTHEW TOUSIGNANT, M.A., CMT is a graduate of Harvard University and the California Institute of Integral Studies. For the last 17 years he has studied Breema with its founder, Dr. Jon Schrieber, in Oakland, CA and is a certified Breema Practitioner and Instructor. Based out of Lambertville, New Jersey, his body-centered therapeutic work combines the universal wisdom of Breema with a practical knowledge of psychology to connect others to their unique potential as human beings.
SARA FISHKIN, CMT has studied Breema at the Breema Center in Oakland, CA since 2003 and is a certified Practitioner and Instructor. She is also an herbalist and avid gardener. Her love of nature and simple living form the backbone of her wish to live a meaningful and harmonious life.
Saturday, December 3, 9:30 am to 5 pm
Sunday, December 4, 9:30 am to 4 pm
Join us at the Prallsville Mills for the Annual
Fine Crafts and Arts Show.
The show will feature fine crafts and artwork from among the Delaware River Valley’s finest artisans and artists, including jewelry, woodworking, works in clay, hand-spun and -dyed wool, traditionally woven oak splint baskets, and more. Fine art includes painting, prints, photography and pastels.
Join us for live music, food, craft beer, and conversation as we raise funds and awareness to fight the proposed PennEast pipeline and other pipelines threatening our land, water and communities.
4 - 7 p.m. at the Prallsville Mills immediately following the Jones Memorial Hike! Ages 21+
$50 registration available here: http://njconservation.org/pintsnotpipelines.htm
Includes 2 drink tickets, food by Metropolitan Seafood & Gourmet, and live entertainment with The Bins featuring Patty Cronheim!
For more information, contact Bill Lynch or call 908-997-0725.
Sponsored by the New Jersey Conservation Foundation.
Donald & Beverley Jones Memorial Hike
SAVE THE DATE - November 13, 2016
Artwork by Beverley Jones
More information coming soon, please contact Bill Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 908-997-0725
This event is jointly hosted by the Delaware River Mill Society and New Jersey Conservation Foundation.
Reilly & Maloney
Farewell Tour 2016
Friday, October 14, 2016 • 8 p.m.
Ginny Reilly and David Maloney have chosen the warm and intimate setting of the Grist Mill for the primary east coast stop on their farewell tour. This will be a special evening celebrating a musical collaboration that has spanned more than four decades.
Reilly and Maloney are an American folk duo known for their singing of wonderful songs they write themselves and choose from others. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to be part of a memorable evening filled with meaningful lyrics, beautiful harmonies, and the magical aura they create.
As they retire their amazing partnership in one of their favorite venues, join Ginny and David for their 10th and final performance at the Prallsville Mills.
Labor Day Block Party
September 3, 2016 • 6 to 9 p.m.
With Live Music by the
The Hazelrigg Brothers
George and Geoff Hazelrigg are multitalented brothers and highly accomplished musicians. Bassist, Geoff, pianist, George, and joined by drummer John O’Reilly Jr., the trio presents an ingenious blend of classical, rock, and jazz elements.
THREE GENERATIONS OF ART
PARHAM • LAGUEUX • MOSES
Mother, daughter, granddaughter. These three women all live within a few miles of each other and share a unique bond of love, bloodline and paint. For the first time, the three of them will be showing their work at Prallsville Mills on September 3, 2016.
Annie Parham is an emerging young artist who works in a variety of mediums from photography and watercolor to acrylic. She recently relocated to Hunterdon County where she was raised. For the past few years she has been living and creating out of her studio in Dorset, Vermont after graduating with her Bachelors in Fine Art from Green Mountain College. Parham's works play with themes of imagination, identity, form, and intentionality. See more of her work at annieaparham.com.
Kim LaGueux is a local oil painter has studied for the past seven years with Trisha Vergis, Robert Beck, and Ty Hodanish. She draws inspiration from the local Hunterdon/Bucks countryside painting plein air and studio still life. A representational artist, LaGueux looks for the light that brings two dimensional surfaces to life. She can be found at kimparham.com.
"Of all the arts, abstract painting is the most difficult. It demands that you know how to draw well, that one has a heightened sensitivity for composition and color and that you are a true poet. This last is essential." -Wassily Kandinsky
BG Moses studied fine art from 1951-1956 at the Layton School of Art in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the last year on a full scholarship. She has won numerous awards, the highlight being first prize in a show in New England. Her portraits are in collections throughout the country. After moving to Bucks County in 2015, she revived her love of abstract and nonobjective painting, particularly exploring her love of color, form and composition.
Food and drinks will be available for purchase at the event.
Beer and wine will be available for $5 each.