The Jonathan Dunham House’s 300th anniversary was celebrated with an open house on April 29, 2018. The event also marked the completion of a four-year restoration of the house’s interior and parts of the exterior.
Tours of the house and other parts of Trinity Episcopal Church’s historic buildings and grounds were provided. A ceremony during the event featured a tree planting in memory of Sandy Kalista, who took a leading role in a four-year interior restoration of the house. Sandy unexpectedly died eight days before the open house.
Here are some photos of the day’s proceedings, courtesy of Allen Francis. To see the recognition that the house received from the federal, state, county and township governments, click here.