Upcoming Events and Other News
Exhibit: "Mills of Delaware County"

Ongoing during regular Visitor Center hours

Stop in at the Visitor Center now through the end of 2019 to check out the “Mills of Delaware County” exhibit, produced in partnership with the Delaware County Planning Department. It explores the rich milling history of the area and is part of a countywide initiative, “The Year of Mills 2019

Free.

The Millwright's Apprentice Blog

Learn more about our Millwright Shop and the waterwheel project with this new blog!

The Millwright Shop in the 1704 Grist Mill is open Friday through Sunday from 10am to 3pm. Stop in and see our staff an volunteers at work as they prepare to build our new waterwheel for the Mill! Free.

Pond Fishing CLOSED

Due to the high volume of silt that has been deposited in our water system from upstream, pond fishing is closed for the remainder of the season.

What Does Newlin Grist Mill Mean To You? 

As a non-profit organization, we are regularly asked why is the Newlin Grist Mill important, how does it serve the community, and why should people support the organization? We have lots of thoughts about the answers to these questions; however, it is important that we hear from you in your own words..."What Newlin Grist Mill Means to You.”

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Funding for the Newlin Grist Mill is supported by a grant from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission,

a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 

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An abundance of wildlife and native plants along our eight miles of hiking trails