Lafayette Center Preservation Foundation

P.O. 702
Lafayette, NJ 07848
Phone: 973-222-5816
Info@LafayettePreservation.org

'Committed to the Preservation and Beautification of our Community'

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Links

The Lafayette Center Preservation Foundation is pleased to provide our web site visitors with these links to resources in and around Sussex County.

If you would like to suggest an interesting and relevant link for our web site please send an email to Info@LafayettePreservation.org.


Lafayette Township Links

Lafayette Township School
178 Beaver Run Road Lafayette, NJ 07848
Elementary School: Kindergarten through 8th Grade
Craig Hutcheson, Principal

The faculty and staff at the Lafayette Township School are committed to providing a positive learning environment that meets the intellectual, social, physical and emotional development of all students. All members of the education community provide instruction that allows each student the opportunity to reach their fullest potential, promote lifelong learning, make wise use of knowledge, and become caring and responsible citizens in a global society.

LEAF (Lafayette Education and Advancement Foundation)
178 Beaver Run Road Lafayette, NJ 07848

LEAF, Lafayette Education and Advancement Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to further and enhance the comprehensive educational experience of the Lafayette Township Elementary School students by providing funding to our teachers for educational and cultural programs.


Local Area Links

New Jersey's Great Northwest Skylands

A remarkable guide to NJ Skylands: Arts & Culture, Attractions, Farms, History, Nature and much more!

(From the web site) “Skylands” is simply a perspective; a way of looking at and appreciating Northwestern New Jersey. “Thinking Skylands” endeavors to meld those characteristics shared by the constituent counties, towns, ridges, valleys, country roads and sections of interstate into a comprehensive portrait; one more attentive to geographic and cultural attributes than county and municipal borders. Explore the remarkable personality of this place!

Officially, the Skylands Region refers to Northwest New Jersey and includes the counties of Morris, Somerset, Hunterdon, Warren, and Sussex. Destinations just beyond those borders, in neighboring counties and states (Pennsylvania and New York), are equally intriguing and convenient, so don't be confused if you come across some of those here.

Historical Societies

Sussex County Historical Society

The mission of the Sussex County Historical Society is to promote public knowledge and interest in the history of Sussex County, New Jersey, and surrounding areas by:
  • Compiling, publishing and disseminating information;
  • Collecting, preserving and studying historical, genealogical and archaeological records, documents, papers and artifacts; Maintaining a public museum;
  • Promoting the preservation and protection of buildings, cemeteries and other sites of historic interest and co-operating with other organizations of similar interest.

Hardyston Heritage Society

The Hardyston Heritage Society has preserved and restored the Old Monroe Schoolhouse on Route 94 in Hardyston. The Schoolhouse is open the 1st Sunday of each month, Memorial Day through Labor Day. Email: HardystonHeritage@tellurian.com


Montague Association
for the Restoration of Community History (M.A.R.C.H.)


M.A.R.C.H. currently occupies 2 houses in Montague which they lease from the National Park Service. They are the Neldon-Roberts Stonehouse and the Foster-Armstrong House. Both houses are open to the public on Sundays in the summer.


Stillwater Historical Society

Since its organization in 1977, the mission of the Historical Society of Stillwater has been to foster and promote an interest in Stillwater area history by maintaining a museum and reference library of historic artifacts and genealogical records of area families and support preservation efforts of historic structures, sites and events. Congratulations on the launch of the Stillwater Historical Society Web Site on April 13, 2006!


Vernon Township Historical Society

The Vernon Township Historical Society was organized in 1970 as a not for profit, all volunteer, educational association. The Historical Society's Museum is located at 293 Route 94, Vernon, NJ, and is open to the public on the first Sunday of every month from 1-4 p.m., or by appointment. Check out the Vernon Stories of Jacobus Van Brug to read the history of the town of Vernon.


Wantage: Dar Elias Van Bunschooten Museum

The Chinkchewunska Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution preserves and restores this house and outbuildings as a living reminder of Sussex County History. The Dar Elias Van Bunschooten Museum, on Rt. 23 in Wantage, NJ, is open May 15 to October 15, Thursdays and Saturdays from 1-4 PM. Email: darsussex@juno.com