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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.

February 5

Open Sketch Night
Starting at 5:00 - 8:00 pm
Bring your sketchpads and draw the many subjects to be found around the museum. Materials not provided, easels available upon request. BYOB Must be 21 to drink.

February
12

The Pine Barrens by David Kessler and The Ruins
of Friendship Orchestra

Starting at 6:30 - 7:30 pm
Presenting a live cinematic collaboration: The Pine Barrens filmaccompanied by a performance of theoriginal score by The Ruins of Friendship Orchestra. The performance version of the film in progress will be shown, an evolving series of vignettes, along with live music by the Orchestra. The film’s director, David Scott Kessler, has createda cinematic exploration of the New Jersey Pine Barrens that aims to blur the lines between nature documentary and experimental tone poem. The film not only explores the science and history of the Pines but creates an emotional portrait of this unique place through multiple and evolving perspectives, both real and imagined. Followed by a question and answer session.

February
19

Wine Tasting
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.

February
26

Meditation (CANCELED)
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

 

 

  All events are free with museum admission unless stated otherwise.
   
   

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