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Every Thursday the museum is open late - from 5 to 8!
Event times vary. All events are free with admission unless otherwise stated.
October 2

Wine Tasting Class
Starting at 6:15 - 7:00 pm
Come to the Noyes for our monthly educational wine class lead by the one and only Chad the "Tie Guy" wine expert. Each free wine class will be partnered up with a local charity. After each wine class, we will take up a collection to help support a different local charity. Class will be held from 6:15-7:00pm.

October 9

Chili Cook-Off
Starting at 5:00 - 8:00 pm
Come out to the Noyes Museum's 4th annual Chili Cook-off!  Fill your tummy with over 20 different chili recipes, sample some south Jersey brews, and cast your vote for best facial fur during the beard competition, judged by Carmelo’s Barber Shop. And don't miss local bluegrass band Jug Paradise playing traditional and original tunes.  Prizes will be awarded for best chili, best decorated table, and best beard, as well as door prizes for attendees. 
Visit www.noyesmuseum.org for more information or to register.

October 16

Drum Circle
Starting at 6:30 - 7:30 pm
Share the rhythm! Be part of a drum circle, a group of people of all ages who gather with hand drums and percussion instruments to create a rhythm together. Limited number of instruments available on a first-come first-served basis. If you have a favorite drum or percussion instrument, we encourage you to bring it!

October 23

Meditation - The Next Level
Starting at 6:00 - 7:30 pm
Meditate – easily & effortlessly! Through a variety of techniques, one can learn to use the mind to relax the body, thus creating feelings of peace and calm. Much scientific study has revealed meditation to be beneficial to all aspects of physical, mental, and emotional health. Learn about various breathing techniques and types of meditation to include guided imagery, mantra meditation & mindfulness to achieve harmony and also incorporate progressive relaxation, aromatherapy, and meditating with gem stones. Dress comfortably and bring a mat, towel or pillow to sit on if you like. Luanne Anton, M.S. is a Stockton College Health Educator, Meditation Instructor, Certified Clinical Aromatherapist, & Reiki Master and has a Masters degree in Psychology.

October 30

Death Café
Starting at 6:30 - 7:30 pm
Cake or Death????? Let’s have both! Death Café comes to the Noyes Museum. Let’s have a discussion about death in the European intellectual salon tradition. Join other life explorers, sharing thoughts, bucket lists, and ideas about death. Join Debra Silver from Compassionate Care Hospice in a casual café environment for a night that is sure to be stimulating! 
Debra Silver is a Bereavement Coordinator for Compassionate Care Hospice She is the president of NAMI Atlantic Cape. 

  All events are free with museum admission unless stated otherwise.
   
   

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