Somerset County Remembers
We need YOU to share your thoughts and experiences!
We are living through history and we're experiencing an event that people will be studying a century from now. We know a lot about our past thanks to "records" kept by by everyday people: They wrote letters and lists, kept recipe books and journals, painted, sketched and took photographs...
The Somerset County Cultural & Heritage Commission would like YOU to help us document this extraordinary time by sharing your thoughts and experiences:
- For Adults and Teens: Fill out our survey (you can also share photographs and artwork!)
- For Kids: Color and draw your memories and ideas on our coloring pages and activity sheets!
- For Everyone: Need some ideas for things to do while staying at home together? Check out our Connection Cards, packed with activities suitable for all ages!
We are adding new content regularly, so keep checking back to see what's new!
We will be preserving the responses we save digitally as, "Somerset County Remembers." We hope this will help future historians by providing a snapshot of life during this time. Please read the following terms and guidelines before submitting your content:
- Accepted submissions will be archived and made available for public research.
- The Somerset County Cultural & Heritage Commission reserves the right to remove content that it considers duplicative, inappropriate, or unrelated to this project. SCC&HC is not obligated to include all submitted content in this project or preserve it in perpetuity.
- Please be aware that submitting content through this form grants SCC&HC a non-exclusive (shared), royalty-free license to archive, edit, and reproduce your content for public research, educational use, exhibits, or publication, including in print and/or online.
- Submissions should only contain original images, audio or video that you have created, no pre-existing works will be accepted.
Made possible by funds from the Somerset County Cultural & Heritage Commission, a partner of the New Jersey Historical Commission.