One of Forbes “15 Prettiest Towns in America.” Come for a morning of sketching picturesque streets,historic buildings, canals, art galleries, and views along the banks of the Delaware River.
10:00 AM- 12:30PMLAMBERTVILLE
Meet in the center of town at the corner of Bridge and Union Streets in the bank parking lot.We’ll chose our sketching spots for the morning.
12:30 PM- 1:30PMTRAVEL TO STOCKTON AND BREAK FOR LUNCH
Depart Lambertville and gather for lunch in Stockton.Bring your own lunch or find something along the way. Stockton lies approximately 4 miles directly north onRoute 29 (Main Street out of Lambertville.)Arrive at Prallsville Mills at north end of Stockton for a picnic lunch.
1:30—3:00 PMPRALLSVILLE MILL,STOCKTON
We continue sketching at the historical mill complex that sits at the confluence of the Wickecheoke Creek, Delaware andRaritanCanal, and the Delaware River.Mill buildings now make up a unique arts community.
3:00—3:30PMSHOW AND TELL.Share your sketches and observations with yourcolleagues outdoors or in one of Prallsville gallery spaces.
3:30PM AND AFTERWARDS:
Optional: continue drawing or adjourn to the Stockton Inn just down the road from the mill for refreshments and conversation.
LAMBERTVILLE:Metered parking isavailable along town streets.Flat rate parking is available in a lot off Bridge Street in the block east of Union Street or at the Lambertville Station Restaurant at Bridge Street and the river.Abundant coffee shops and sandwich places.
Travel from Lambertville to Stockton along Route 29 (Main Street, travelling north from Lambertville.)
Lunch suggestions:City Market Café, 74 North Main Street, Lambertville on the way to Stockton.Cravings on Route 29 in Stockton. Or bring your own.