5th Annual Field of Honor®

May 4, 2020 @ 12:00AM — July 11, 2020 @ 12:00AM

Honoring the Memory of Bedminster Police Sergeant AlTerek Patterson End of Watch 4-12-20

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There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.


Honoring the Memory of Bedminster Police Sergeant AlTerek Patterson End of Watch 4-12-20

Beginning on Memorial Day the Friends of the Jacobus Vanderveer House will proudly host our 5th annual Field of Honor®. Flags will be on display from May 23, 2020 - July 11, 2020. You can sponsor a flag for $40 or purchase a flag for $60, and dedicate it in honor of a loved one.

Virtual Dedication Ceremony:
This year all dedications will be unveiled and celebrated on our website. You will receive a link to view a compilation of all dedications in July.

New this year:
Personalize a post that will be shared and highlighted on our Facebook page for those who sponsor or purchase a flag. If you are interested in having your dedication highlighted on our Facebook page, please click here to fill out our survey.

What is Field of Honor®?
The Field of Honor® program is part of a national movement that started out as a way to commemorate the lives lost on September 11, 2001.

In just a short amount of time, the concept has grown and communities like ours across America are turning to Field of Honor® tributes to raise money and awareness for a growing array of causes. The Field of Honor® is a community project of remembrance, and an expression of humanity and patriotism.

About the Jacobus Vanderveer House:
The Jacobus Vanderveer House served as headquarters for General Henry Knox during the winter of 1778-79 and is the only known building still standing that was associated with the Pluckemin Artillery Cantonment, believed to be the first installation in America to train officers in engineering and artillery. The Jacobus Vanderveer House interprets Dutch colonial life in America as well as the stay by General Knox and his family during the 1778-79 encampment. A National and New Jersey Historic Site, the Jacobus Vanderveer House is a true landmark that offers a vivid look into the history of our country and the lives of those who made it. For more information visit www.jvanderveerhouse.org