News and Events: 2015
December 31, LUKENS CLOCK REDEDICATED
Hatboro's Tricentennial year culminated the night of New Year's Eve with the rededication by borough and state officials of the Lukens Clock in the resplendent Loller Academy tower. As the refurbished clock struck 7 o'clock, its bells rang proudly to hearty applause and to signal the start of the closing fireworks display in Miller Meadow across York Road. The Millbrook Society has been working with the Borough of Hatboro in the restoration and preservation of the Isaiah Lukens Clock at Loller Academy.
December 12, SMALL TOWN CHRISTMAS
Small Town Christmas is an annual tradition at the Hatboro Baptist Church that offered planned activities for the entire family. Staff from The Millbrook Society dressed in costume and recreated a colonial-themed holiday room that included colonial-era games and activities for the children.
December 11, COLONIAL CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE
As part of Hatboro's 300th anniversary celebration, a Colonial Christmas open house was held at Cressbrook Farm (former Isaac Walton house) located on York Road across from the Hatboro YMCA. The YMCA hosted the event with support from several members of The Millbrook Society staff who served as colonial-costumed interpreters.