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2015 Calendar of Events

Most events begin and end at the Whitesbog General Store, with convenient parking and handicapped-accessible restroom facilities. Program participants are encouraged to make reservations and obtain directions before visiting. Call (609) 893 4646 or email Whitesbog with questions.

January 3, 2015 – 10 AM to 3 PM

WPT Volunteer Workday: Have fun with friends while working in the gardens, repairing trails, restocking the General Store, and working around the Village. Lunch provided. No cost.

January 3, 2015 – 1PM 

Whitesbog Village Tour: Stroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

January 3, 2015 – 7PM

Moonlight Walk: Listen to the night sounds of the Pines, learn about Whitesbog, and experience the seasonal changes of the Pinelands. All walks (weather permitting) are between three and five miles in length and led by experienced leaders. $5 donation per person, please. Reservations requested 609-893 4646.

January 19, 2015 – 10AM

MLK Day of Service: Village clean-up (call 609-893 4646), weather permitting.

January 31, 2015 – 7PM

Moonlight Walk: Listen to the night sounds of the Pines, learn about Whitesbog, and experience the seasonal changes of the Pinelands. All walks (weather permitting) are between three and five miles in length and led by experienced leaders. $5 donation per person, please. Reservations requested 609-893 4646.

February 7, 2015 – 10AM to 4PM

General Store Re-Opens: The store is open Saturdays and Sundays from 10 AM to 4 PM and by special request.

February 7, 2015 – 10AM to 3PM

WPT Volunteer Workday: Have fun with friends while working in the gardens, repairing trails, restocking the General Store, and working around the Village. Lunch provided. No cost.

February 7, 2015 – 1PM

Whitesbog Village Tour: Stroll the Historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

February 21, 2015 – 1PM

Whitesbog Village Tour: Stroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

March 7, 2015 – 10AM to 3PM

WPT Volunteer Workday: Have fun with friends while working in the gardens, repairing trails, restocking the General Store, and working around the Village. Lunch provided. No cost.

March 7, 2015 – 7PM

Whitesbog Village Tour: Stroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

March 7, 2015 – 7PM

Moonlight Walk: Listen to the night sounds of the Pines, learn about Whitesbog, and experience the seasonal changes of the Pinelands. All walks (weather permitting) are between three and five miles in length and led by experienced leaders. $5 donation per person, please. Reservations requested 609-893 4646.

March 8, 2015 – 11AM to 4PM

The 10th annual Lines on the Pines will be held at Frog Rock Golf & Country Club, Hammonton, NJ. This is a fun, free event open to the general public. Lines on the Pines provides a networking and social environment for local authors and artists as well as historical and environmental groups of the New Jersey Pine Barrens to showcase their talents, sell their products, and share information. The primary purpose is to educate the public and create a general awareness and appreciation of this beautiful region. Join us—and visit the Whitesbog station!

March 22, 2015 – 1PM – 3PM

Living History Tour:  Learn about Whitesbog’s founder and legendary  cranberry grower, J.J. White, his daughter and blueberry innovator, Elizabeth C. White, and other residents of Whitesbog from scientists to berry pickers.  Docents in period dress will guide you through the Village’s fascinating buildings - Reservations required, 609-893-4646. $10 donation per person.

April 4, 2015 – 10AM to 3PM

WPT Volunteer Workday: Have fun with friends, working in the gardens, repairing trails, restocking the General Store, and working around the Village. Lunch provided. No cost.

April 4, 2015 – 1PM

Whitesbog Village Tour: Stroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

April 4, 2015 – 7PM

Moonlight Walk: Listen to the night sounds of the Pines, learn about Whitesbog, and experience the seasonal changes of the Pinelands. All walks (weather permitting) are between three and five miles in length and led by experienced leaders. $5 donation per person, please. Reservations requested 609-893 4646.

April 18, 2015 – 1PM

Whitesbog Village Tour: Stroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

April 26, 2015 – 12PM

Semi-Annual Membership Meeting and Luncheon.

May 2, 2015 – 10AM to 3PM

WPT Volunteer Workday: Have fun with friends while working in the gardens, repairing trails, restocking the General Store, and working around the Village. Lunch provided. No cost.

May 2, 2015 – 1PM

Whitesbog Village Tour: Stroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

May 2, 2015 – 7PM

Moonlight Walk: Listen to the night sounds of the Pines, learn about Whitesbog, and experience the seasonal changes of the Pinelands. All walks (weather permitting) are between three and five miles in length and led by experienced leaders. $5 donation per person, please. Reservations requested 609-893 4646.

May 9, 2015

New Jersey State History Fair: See Whitesbog at this year’s event at Washington’s Crossing State Park. No cost.

May 16, 2015 – 1PM

Whitesbog Village Tour: Stroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

June 6, 2015 – 10AM to 3PM

WPT Volunteer Workday: WPT Volunteer Workday: Have fun with friends while working in the gardens, repairing trails, restocking the General Store, and working around the Village. Lunch provided. No cost.

June 6, 2015 – 1PM

Whitesbog Village Tour: Stroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

June 6, 2015 – 7PM

Moonlight Walk: Listen to the night sounds of the Pines, learn about Whitesbog, and experience the seasonal changes of the Pinelands. All walks (weather permitting) are between three and five miles in length and led by experienced leaders. $5 donation per person, please. Reservations requested 609-893 4646.

June 27, 2015 – 10AM – 4PM

32nd Annual Whitesbog Blueberry Festival: Save the date to celebrate all things blueberry at this old-fashioned festival. Enjoy blueberry picking, live country music, children’s activities, handmade crafts, fine artists, exhibits, baked goods, wagon rides, educational tours and lectures, and lots of family fun. $10 per car.

July 11, 2015 – 10AM – 3PM

WPT Volunteer Workday: Have fun with friends while working in the gardens, repairing trails, restocking the General Store, and working around the Village. Lunch provided. No cost.

July 11, 2015 – 1PM

Whitesbog Village Tour: Stroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

July 11, 2015 – 7PM

Moonlight Walk: Listen to the night sounds of the Pines, learn about Whitesbog, and experience the seasonal changes of the Pinelands. All walks (weather permitting) are between three and five miles in length and led by experienced leaders. $5 donation per person, please. Reservations requested 609-893 4646.

July 18, 2015 - 7:30PM-11PM

National Moth Week: There are thousands of moth species, as beautiful as their colorful butterfly cousins- and just as important to the ecosystem.  Join us—no cost.

July 26, 2015 – 1PM – 3PM

Living History Tour: Tour Historic Whitesbog Village and experience a day in the life of its residents. Interact with the workers, and learn how to pick and measure blueberries and propagate blueberry bushes. Meet Elizabeth White and Dr. Frederick Coville, the pioneers of the cultivated highbush blueberry. Reservations required. $8 donation per person, please.

August 1, 2015 – 10AM – 3PM

WPT Volunteer Workday: WPT Volunteer Workday: Have fun with friends while working in the gardens, repairing trails, restocking the General Store, and working around the Village. Lunch provided. No cost.

August 1, 2015 – 1PM

Whitesbog Village TourStroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

August 1, 2015 – 7PM

Moonlight Walk: Listen to the night sounds of the Pines, learn about Whitesbog, and experience the seasonal changes of the Pinelands. All walks (weather permitting) are between three and five miles in length and led by experienced leaders. $5 donation per person, please. Reservations requested 609-893 4646.

August 15, 2015 – 1PM

Whitesbog Village TourStroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

August 29, 2015 – 7PM

Moonlight Walk: Listen to the night sounds of the Pines, learn about Whitesbog, and experience the seasonal changes of the Pinelands. All walks (weather permitting) are between three and five miles in length and led by experienced leaders. $5 donation per person, please. Reservations requested 609-893 4646.

Cranberry Industry Bus Tours –  Register Now for October Tours

View a modern wet-harvest and learn about the history and cultivation of cranberries in N.J. Call for dates and times. Space is very limited. Call 888 272 6264 for dates, rates, and reservations.

September 5, 2015 – 10AM – 3PM

WPT Volunteer Workday: WPT Volunteer Workday: Have fun with friends while working in the gardens, repairing trails, restocking the General Store, and working around the Village. Lunch provided. No cost.

September 5, 2015 – 1PM

Whitesbog Village TourStroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

September 19, 2015 – 1PM

Whitesbog Village TourStroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

September 20, 2015 

Art in the Park at Smithville Park: Help us to kick off the cranberry harvest by sampling our blueberry and cranberry products grown here at Whitesbog. Bring the kids. No cost.

September 26, 2015 – 10AM – 4PM

Cranberry Harvest Kick-Off Event: Learn all about the history and cultivation of cranberries in New Jersey. For more information, click here.

September 26, 2015 – 7PM

Moonlight Walk: Listen to the night sounds of the Pines, learn about Whitesbog, and experience the seasonal changes of the Pinelands. All walks (weather permitting) are between three and five miles in length and led by experienced leaders. $5 donation per person, please. Reservations requested 609-893 4646.

October 3, 2015 – 10AM – 3PM

WPT Volunteer Workday: WPT Volunteer Workday: Have fun with friends while working in the gardens, repairing trails, restocking the General Store, and working around the Village. Lunch provided. No cost.

October 3, 2015 – 1PM

Whitesbog Village TourStroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

October 24, 2015 – 7PM

Moonlight Walk: Listen to the night sounds of the Pines, learn about Whitesbog, and experience the seasonal changes of the Pinelands. All walks (weather permitting) are between three and five miles in length and led by experienced leaders. $5 donation per person, please. Reservations requested 609-893 4646.

October 25, 2015 – 1PM

Living History Tour – Learn about Whitesbog’s founder and legendary cranberry grower, J.J. White, his daughter and blueberry innovator, Elizabeth C. White, and other residents of Witesbog from scientists to berry picker.  Docents in period dress witll guide you through the Villages facsinating buildings.  Reservations required - $10 donation per person

November 7, 2015 – 10AM – 3PM

WPT Volunteer Workday: WPT Volunteer Workday: Have fun with friends while working in the gardens, repairing trails, restocking the General Store, and working around the Village. Lunch provided. No cost.

November 7, 2015 – 1PM

Whitesbog Village Tour: Stroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

November 8, 2015 - 12PM

Semi-Annual WPT Meeting: Membership Meeting, Board of Trustees elections, and volunteer recognition

November 21, 2015 – 7PM

Moonlight Walk: Listen to the night sounds of the Pines, learn about Whitesbog, and experience the seasonal changes of the Pinelands. All walks (weather permitting) are between three and five miles in length and led by experienced leaders. $5 donation per person, please. Reservations requested 609-893 4646.

December 5, 2015 – 10AM – 3PM

WPT Volunteer Workday: WPT Volunteer Workday: Have fun with friends while working in the gardens, repairing trails, restocking the General Store, and working around the Village. Lunch provided. No cost.

December 5, 2015- 1 PM

Whitesbog Village TourStroll the historic Village; learn about Whitesbog’s role in history; and visit Suningive (Elizabeth White’s historic home), the worker’s cottages, and other buildings that speak to Whitesbog’s history. $5 donation per person, please.

December 12, 2015- 1 PM

Whitesbog Winter Celebration: Great fun for the kids: Enjoy a nature walk and candy-cane hunt with Santa, and do holiday arts and crafts. $5 for members, $7 for non-members. Please make a reservation at 609 893 4646.

December 19, 2015- 10AM – 4PM

Whitesbog General Store Open House: The perfect opportunity to shop for last-minute gifts before the store closes for the season.

December 19, 2015- 7PM

Moonlight Walk: Listen to the night sounds of the Pines, learn about Whitesbog, and experience the seasonal changes of the Pinelands. All walks (weather permitting) are between three and five miles in length and led by experienced leaders. $5 donation per person, please. Reservations requested 609-893 4646.

December 20, 2015

The General Store closes for the season at 4PM.

December 27, 2015- 4:30PM

Whitesbog Holiday Party: Members only; reservations requested. Celebrate the season and tour the Village homes.