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Cultural & Heritage Commission
The Commission was created by the Board of Chosen Freeholders (now the Board of County Commissioners) by resolution according to State Statute on January 1, 1971. Its responsibilities include the "development of programs to promote interest and participation in and understanding of local history, arts, cultural values and goals of the community and state by working directly with arts and historical organizations, schools, religious organizations, service clubs, municipal governments, and other interested groups and individuals."
Nine commissioners are appointed by the County Commissioners; each serves a three-year term without compensation and may be reappointed. Efforts are focused on creating a Commission that is culturally diverse and geographically representative, with expertise in the arts or history.
Vision: To make the arts and history essential to the economy, education, and quality of life in Hunterdon County.
Mission: The mission of the Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commission is to promote and support Hunterdon County’s arts, culture, and history by nurturing a sense of place, a culture of creativity, and an enthusiasm to preserve and maintain its history.
View the Hunterdon County Cultural and Heritage Commission Strategic Plan (PDF).
Carol C. Cronheim, ends December 31, 2023
Gayle Maher, ends December 31, 2024
Cultural & Heritage Commissioners
- Erin C. Delgado, ends December 31, 2025
- Robin Lapidus, ends December 31, 2025
- Daniel P. Shea, ends December 31, 2025
- Donald E. Sherblom, ends December 31, 2023
- Nikki Shepardson, ends December 31, 2024
- Vacancies: 2
If you are interested in becoming a Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commissioner, please contact the Cultural & Heritage office at (908) 237-2010 or at email@example.com.
Board of County Commissioner Liaison
Jeff Kuhl, County Commissioner Deputy Director
Commission meetings are held on the last Wednesday of each month at 4:30 p.m. in the Historic Courthouse in Flemington unless otherwise noted.
View the Hunterdon County Cultural and Heritage Agendas and Minutes.