Barn Concert - Nancy and Spencer Reed Jazz Quartet at Ramsayburg Historic Homestead - Knowlton, NJ

Knowlton Township Historic Commission invites you to Ramsaysburg Historic Homestead in Delaware, NJ for our  Music in the Barn series for the summer of 2019.  We welcome the fantastic sounds of  NANCY & SPENCER REED JAZZ QUARTET. Come enjoy this quartet playing jazz vocals and instrumentals. Joining Nancy and Spencer are Dr. Matt Vashlishan on woodwinds and Storm Heter on drums. Dr. Matt Vashlishan, plays alto saxophone and flute and is a world-renowned member of David Liebman's group, Expansions. Matt also leads the Water Gap Jazz Orchestra, appearing monthly at the historic jazz club, the Deer Head Inn.

The event will take place under the rafters of the historic barn. The barn venue is part of the Ramsaysburg Historic Homestead property located on the banks of the scenic Delaware River on Route 46 in Delaware, NJ at Ramsaysburg Road.

Gates open at 5:00 and music will start at 6:00. Guests are welcome to arrive early and bring a picnic with beverage of their choice.

The event is open to the public. Please feel free to invite your friends and family! Indoor, outdoor and cabaret seating available or bring your own seating.

Suggested donation of $10 is appreciated and will go towards our future events.

The event is rain or shine and on-site parking is available.

FMI - 973 997 0920 and You can also find out more about Nancy Reed and Spencer Reed Quartet at

Website - Ramsaysburg Historic Homestead

Facebook - Ramsaysburg Historic Homestead

Supported in part by a grant from the Warren County Cultural and Heritage Commission under the Warren County Department of Land Preservation. Knowlton Township Historic Commission is grateful for the support of WCCHC.

Our final concert of 2019 will take place on August 31 featuring Michael Jorgenson Classical String Trio. Hope to see you then!

The concert will take place at the Ramsaysburg Historic Homestead, a historic property settled in 1795 by Irish immigrants James and Adam Ramsay. It is located along the banks of the Delaware River in Warren County’s scenic countryside. The Ramsaysburg Homestead is owned by the state of New Jersey and is listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places.

The Ramsaysburg Historic Homestead is located at 140 Route 46 at the junction of State Highway Route 46 and Hope-Ramseyburg Road, just south of the historic village of Delaware, New Jersey 07833. From Route 80 take Exit 4 and head east on Rt. 46 for 4.3 miles. For more information visit the website at or send your email to

Ramsaysburg’s structures have been significantly restored thanks to important grant support from the Garden State Historic Trust Fund/NJ Historic Trust, The Warren County Municipal and Charitable Conservancy Trust Fund, The Warren County Cultural and Heritage Commission, The National Park Service/Martins Jacoby Watershed Association and The Delaware River Greenway Partnership and the kind cooperation of the NJ Department of Fish and Wildlife. The Knowlton Township Historic Commission gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the many friends of Ramsaysburg who have given generously of their time and talent. Volunteers are always welcome.

In 2017 Knowlton Township Historic Commission celebrated twenty years since its establishment in 1997. In addition to preserving the Ramsaysburg Historic Site, the Commission has worked with the State Office of Historic Preservation to recognize local historic districts and sites and to highlight the area’s rural agricultural history. Today Knowlton Township boasts many working farms, some held for generations by farming families dating back to the early 1800s.

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Event Dates

7/27/2019 – 7/27/2019

Admission Fee

Suggested donation of $10 pp

Ages Event is Appropriate For

All ages welcomed - Most appropriate for young adult and older

Accessibility Notes

A graveled driveway leads to a grassy area. About 100 ft from the graveled driveway across the grass to the barn.

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