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Solebury Township Historical Society presents Perfect Pairings, seeks sponsors

The Solebury Township Historical Society hosts its major fundraiser, “Perfect Pairings,” an evening of “exceptional wine, delicious gourmet food and the camaraderie of the Solebury community.”

Hosted by STHS members and local artist Pearl Mintzer and her husband, Chuck, and chaired by STHS member Jillian McGlone along with STHS board members Melody Hunt and Marnie Leasure, “Perfect Pairings” takes place from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12. Tickets are $125 per person and can be purchased online at

Swirl, sip and savor as local chef Chadd Jenkins, of Poppy’s Greengrocer, pairs small plates with internationally recognized wines. A graduate of the Restaurant School at Walnut Hill, Jenkins has been recognized by Travel+Leisure, Bon Appétit Magazine and The New York Times.

The evening will be “lively and delicious” as guests go from room to room to experience the creative chemistry of gourmet food and fine wine.

“We are excited to open our home and support the Solebury Township Historical Society and our wonderful community,” said Pearl Mintzer.

“It’s essential to continue supporting Solebury’s rich historical preservation,” Chairperson Jill McGlone added. “Perfect Pairings is the ‘perfect’ fundraiser to bring together STHS members, Solebury residents and our Bucks and Hunterdon County neighbors for a wonderful evening.”

Perfect Pairings thanks initial sponsors: Tinsman Brothers Building Materials, Bill Tinsman, Melody Hunt, Rockwood Wealth Management, Rago Arts & Auction Center, ShopRite of Flemington, Lamberto and Barbara Donnelly-Bentivoglio, Jarrett Vaughan Builders, Eiseman Construction, Vivian and Michael Francesco, The Norman Raab Foundation, Augenblick & Co., The Bank of Princeton, Bowman’s Tavern, and The Bucks County Herald.

Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Help STHS reach its fundraising goal of $20,000. Call 215-297-5091 or visit

The nonprofit Solebury Township Historical Society (STHS), founded in 1981, is headquartered in a circa 1755 historic one-room schoolhouse at the corner of Sugan and Upper York roads in Solebury Village.

A resource for preserved archives, oral histories, publications and more, it is open to the public from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesdays. For information, email or call 215-297-5091. Visit