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*You're Invited: 2022 "Inaugural Global Gloucester Day” 

The Gloucester Township Historic and Scenic Preservation Committee is proud to participate in a September 3rd, 2022, Global Celebration and collaboration of unity with twelve (12) named Gloucester communities throughout the U.S. and Abroad. Photo353170
 “Inaugural Global Gloucester Day” began as a 2017 collaboration between Gloucester, Virginia, and Gloucester, England, commemorating the Gloucester County, Virginia-born icon Pocahontas’s 400th anniversary of her funeral and burial in Gravesend, England.
The goal of the “Global Gloucester Day” celebration is to honor Pocahontas’s legacy of reaching out and bringing people together. Further to honor her, the events on September 3rd intend to promote environmental stewardship, especially as it relates to rivers and streams while recognizing the origin of Our Gloucester Township Community. 
On September 3rd at 10 am, a ribbon-cutting ceremony will occur at the Historic 1756 Gabreil Davis Tavern Museum House and Grounds. The ribbon cutting will dedicate our trails' newly installed elevated walkway to the North Branch of Timber Creek and Otter Branch. The Gloucester Township Rotary Club Foundation funded the construction of the elevated walkway through grant writing, allowing our visitors to explore and follow in the footsteps of boat revealers of the 1700s & 1800s. After the ribbon cutting, guided history walks along the trail and grounds will be conducted. The day will conclude at 12pm with bells ringing throughout Gloucester Twp. and worldwide in the “Global Gloucesters.” The event is free, and all are welcome to attend. 
Event: The Inaugural Global Gloucester Day Celebration 
Date: September 3. 2022 - 10am - 12pm 
Location:  Historic 1756 Gabreil Davis Tavern Museum House (above)
Fourth Ave & Floodgate Road
Glendora, NJ 08029

The Gloucester Township Historic and Scenic Preservation Committee Presents:  

Global Gloucester Day, September 3, 2022

Activities begin at 10am and end by noon at the Historic 1756 Gabreil Daveis Tavern Museum House located at Fourth Ave. and Floodgate Road in the Glendora section of Gloucester Township

Schedule of Events:

10am Story of Global Gloucester Day and the Tale of the Trails, Sharon Mickle-President, Gloucester Township Historic and Scenic Preservation Committee

Rotary Presentation and Dedication of Elevated Walkway, Christopher Shinn, President, Gloucester Township Rotary

Ribbon Cutting, Mayor David Mayer, Christopher Shinn, Sharon Mickle

Guided History Trail Tours, Historic Committee Members

The event will end at noon with the ringing of bells throughout Gloucester Township and around the world within the Global Gloucesters.