New Jersey is one of the oldest states in the union — so it should come as no surprise that it has some of the nation’s oldest towns. West Windsor, NJ is one of them: this year marks the town’s 225th anniversary, and West Windsor is marking the occasion in style.

Each month of this year, residents and visitors alike can look forward to programming that educates, illuminates and celebrates the area’s long and storied history. This year has already brought lectures about Lenni Lenape archaeology and history, tours of the West Windsor history museum, a panel on Glen Acres, and a month-long marking of Black and African American history.

This month, look forward to a lecture on the architecture and archaeology of the cemetery, coming up on March 7th, plus a West Windsor meeting reenactment, happening on March 20th. On March 28th, there will be a lecture on Nanticoke Lenape customs and history. Next month brings yet more history: a zoom lecture on Women in the American Revolution, a trolly line trail historic tour and more. For a full calendar of 225th anniversary events, visit West Windsor history online. rental apartments available for lease in West Windsor include homes at Princeton Terrace West Windsor. Other nearby apts for rent include residences at Yorkshire Village Senior 55+, Delaware Heights and Yorkshire Meadows. Use’s Apartment Locator to find the residence that’s right for you.