Winter Holidays in New Jersey’s Heartland
If you’re still looking for fun things to do to add to your celebration of the winter holidays, we continue to have our elves scurrying around New Jersey’s Heartland to find more adventures that might pique your interest—without straining your wallet.
You can take in “Twas the Night Before Christmas” at the Broadway Theater in Pitman at a Christmas Eve Matinée or make reservations for “The Frozen Princess” there at the end of January.
Or you can plan a visit to the South Jersey Museum of American History in Glassboro. Children might especially like the museum’s 14th annual antique toy train show, which runs through January 31st.
Just a few of the possibilities…all in New Jersey’s Heartland:
For the Family:
“Twas the Night before Christmas”: December 24th at 2 PM; Broadway Theater, Pitman
“The Frozen Princess”: January 29th and 30th; Broadway Theater, Pitman
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
Pitman Grove Annual Holiday Light Village: Thru December 31; massive Christmas display arranged by the Haggerty family; North Avenue, Pitman; Free (donations accepted)
For Art Lovers:
Salem County Art League: Membership Exhibit starting January 14th; Artists’ Reception January 20th; Greystone Café. 87 North Broadway, Pennsville
WheatonArts: Watch world-class glass art created in the Glass Studio; tour the Museum of American Glass with its notable collection; walk through the Craft Studios and see skilled artists at work; browse through the selection of handcrafted gift items in the museum stores; thru January 3, 2016; 1501 Glasstown Road, Millville
Artful Giving at Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts: Thru December 30th (hours differ by day); find unique gifts and support local artisans; 22 North High Street, Millville
The Noyes Museum of Hammonton: Original artwork, fine jewelry, and ceramics by regional artists, plus custom framing and matting; 5 South 2nd Street, Hammonton
Third Thursday Hammonton: Extended hours for business and arts organization throughout the downtown; 100 Central Avenue, Hammonton
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