Loretta Young from Boiling Springs Savings Bank is showing off the posters for the event! We can’t wait to see you all next Saturday, November 29, for this fabulous fundraiser! Thanks Boiling Springs, for being such a wonderful supporter of The Meadowlands Museum!
Please join us for Family Fun Day: Around the World in Arty Days!
When: November 28, 2014 from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm
Where: The Meadowlands Museum
What: Make crafts from around the world, in conjunction with our current exhibition, “Around the World in 80 Days.”
Cost: $7 per child, from ages 5-18. Children 4 years and under, and adults, are free.
Please contact Jesse Gordon to sign up! firstname.lastname@example.org/720-989-6735.
Do you hear those coins jingling in your pocket? Do you see shiny coins gathering in your cup holder in your car? Bring them to Boiling Springs Bank and donate them to a good cause – helping the Meadowlands Museum! When you use Boiling Springs’ FREE Coin Counting Machine and donate your coins, 100% of your donation will be given to The Meadowlands Museum.
Date: Saturday, November 29, 2014
Time: 9 AM – 1 PM
Location: Boiling Springs Savings Bank, 280 Union Avenue, Rutherford, NJ 07070
We are in the midst of planning Family Fun Day, for November 28, 2014! Stay tuned for more details. In meantime, for more information, please call or email Jesse Gordon, for more information (720-989-6735 or email@example.com)
Due to the wet weather outside today, the museum’s Scarecrow Day will be moved to next Saturday, October 18. Please email Jesse Gordon, Manager of Exhibitions and Volunteers with any questions! (firstname.lastname@example.org) Hope to see you all there!
We hear it may rain tomorrow…but as of now Scarecrow Day is still happening! Please check the website/our Facebook page for updates in the morning!
Our wonderful volunteer Alex created this festive flyer for 2014 Scarecrow Day…check out his clever slogan! If you’d like to volunteer for this event, or for other happenings at the Meadowlands Museum, please contact Jesse Gordon, Manager of Exhibitions and Volunteers!
Mrs. Joan Noller-Jackelis visited the museum in August 2014 to celebrate her 75th birthday with us! Her great-grandfather John Noller was one of the last residents of the house, where our museum now resides. Here she is with Board President, Rod Leith (left) and Director, Gilda Healy (right).