Cold weather won’t stop NJ Heartland from having fun!
Looking for more interesting things to do now that the winter holidays are over and the dreaded bouts of cabin fever lurk on the horizon?
Here are some more ideas that won’t bust your budget from your friends at New Jersey’s Heartland.
For the Family:
Toddler Art: January 5. 4:15 PM. Messy fun; wear old clothes. Heggan Free Public Library, 606 Delsea Drive, Washington Township. Free
14th Annual Antique Toy Train Show: Thru January 31st. Features O and O-27 gauge trains from the ‘30s, ‘40s, and ‘50s, as well as Plasticville buildings from the ‘50s. South Jersey Museum of American History, 123 High Street E. Glassboro; adults $4, children $3
For Book Lovers:
Bookworms Book Club/”Circling the Sun”: January 7. 1 PM to 2:30 PM; Monroe Township Public Library, 713 Marsha Avenue, Williamstown.
January Story Hour and Craft at The Millville Public Library: Have some Winter fun at the library! Enjoy story time with Miss Jan followed by Snowflake making. January 16, 1:30pm.
For Art Lovers:
Jeanne Jaffe/Elegy for Tesla: Thru January 31; Free; Rowan University Art Gallery; 201 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro
Salem County Art League: Membership Exhibit starting January 14th; Artists’ Reception January 20th; Greystone Café. 87 North Broadway, Pennsville
Noyes Museum of Hammonton: Original artwork, fine jewelry, and ceramics by regional artists, plus custom framing and matting; 5 South 2nd Street, Hammonton
Poe Themed Paint Party! BYOB: Celebrate Edgar Allen Poe’s birthday on Village on High with a paint party! $25 per person, Call 609-254-3021 to register!
Third Friday’s at the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts: January’s exhibits include: “Mixing it Up” a mixed media exhibit, the annual Affiliated Artist show, and more. Enjoy music, refreshments, and a chance to meet with exhibiting artists!
For Downton Abbey Lovers:
Gloucester Abbey/Downton Style Fashions: January 4; Gloucester County Historical Society Museum, 58 N. Broad Street, Woodbury.
Stand Up 2 Addiction: Comedy Club; January 8; $25; Broadway Theatre, 43 S. Broadway, Pitman
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang: January 15 thru February 7; Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays; $28; Broadway Theatre, 43 S. Broadway, Pitman
Third Thursday Hammonton: Extended hours for business and arts organization throughout the downtown; 100 Central Avenue, Hammonton
For Wine and Beer Lovers:
Wine & Comfort Food Weekend at Sharrott Winery: Stay warm with comfort foods and fine wine! January 23rd & 24th
Three 3’s Brewing Co Grand Opening Weekend: Come explore the 5,000 square foot taproom full of fresh, quality beer selections for any craft lover! January 22-January24
Second Saturday Wine Taste at Village on High: Come stroll through to Village on High to enjoy a day of wine tasting, live music and a Chinese Auction! January 9th, 1pm-9pm. $15 per person, call 609-254-3021 to register.
Second Friday Face it…Your Health Matters: Every month, the Bayshore Gallery offers a different Bay theme. This month’s is Health! Come enjoy a reception in the Bayshore Gallery with live music, a raw bar, Jersey Fresh Wine and beer, a lecture, featuring partner organizations and specials in the Oyster Cracker Cafe. January 8th, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
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