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Do you have what it takes to ESCAPE… the Mill?

Stockton’s Prallsville Mills – a unique, 10-building historic complex including an 1877 grist mill, a 1790 linseed oil mill, an 1850 saw mill and a 1900 grain silo – is bringing a fully outfitted escape room, the latest in full-immersion entertainment, to its centuries old complex.

“Opening an escape room at the Mill,” said Beth Japchen, Executive Director of the Delaware River Mill Society, “gives us a new opportunity to highlight our centuries of business history while challenging our friends to have a good time and learn to work together.”

Escape rooms are an exciting new form of live action entertainment. These hour-long locked room mysteries offer adventurers the opportunity to crack codes, discover clues, and solve puzzles with your friends, family, and coworkers. Behind the escape room door, with just 60 minutes to work, groups will rush to solve unique riddles, puzzles and mind tricks that all reflect on the early industrial history of the Mill complex.


The pop up Escape Room at the Mill will launch on Friday, February 9, 2018 and run through April 2, 2018.  Sessions will last for 60 minutes. The Mill Society is working with the Doylestown Escape Room to launch its newest pop up feature. Jack and Heather Dugan, owners of Doylestown Escape, said they welcomed the opportunity to expand into a new community.

“In escape rooms, creativity, teamwork and resourcefulness are the keys to freedom,” Heather Dugan said. “We can’t wait to launch our newest adventure at the Mills.”

Booking will soon be available on the Prallsville Mills website; sessions will cost $30 a person.

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Shad’Toberfest Canceled

 
As you may have heard, Lambertville was devastated by flooding from Ida.
 
We decided to cancel Shad’Toberfest. This decision was not made lightly. However, we could not burden the already stressed infrastructure of the City. The festival brings thousands of visitors to Lambertville and that burden would not help our City right now.
 
The need in Lambertville is great with over half the homes in the City affected by Hurricane Ida’s unprecedented flooding.
 
There are some people that will spend a year getting their house back to a livable condition and some who will never return to their beloved homes because of the severe damage they sustained. In light of this tragedy, we are working on a fundraiser to benefit those flood victims hit hardest by Hurricane Ida. Stay tuned for details.
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