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Hooray for May – Free Family Arts Day

Hooray for May – Free Family Arts Day Create your own work of art from the many projects happening in our studios and outside in Pluckemin Park. Projects for all ages! Visit The Center’s galleries and enjoy our three exhibitions! Listen to the harmonious sounds of a performance from Wharton Arts New Jersey Youth Chorus at 2pm! Enjoy expressive dance performances from the Tiruchitrambalam School of Dance and the Natya Mayuri Dance Ensemble at 3pm!

Sesame Street Live! Say Hello

Sesame Street Live! Say Hello at State Theatre NJ Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Cookie Monster, and their friends from Sesame Street are coming to your neighborhood to say hello! In Sesame Street Live! Say Hello, you can sing and dance with your favorite furry friends while enjoying fun surprises along the way. So put on your dancing shoes and make your way to where the air is sweet for this all-new celebration on Sesame Street!


Dia de Don Juan: George Washington’s Spanish Ally & Friend

Dia de Don Juan: George Washington’s Spanish Ally & Friend “A journey to Philadelphia in the Winter procured me…the pleasure of this Gentleman’s acquaintance. His estimable qualities…establish him in my esteem.” – George Washington on Don Juan de Miralles, March 4, 1779 The fire of thirteen cannon announced the arrival of Spanish emissary Don Juan de Miralles and French minister Monsieur Conrad-Alexandre Gerard on May 1, 1779. They met with George and Martha Washington in headquarters at Wallace House, the first reception of foreign representatives by an American Commander-in-Chief. Gather in Old Dutch Parsonage for a discussion of the diplomacy, correspondence and friendship shared by Don Juan de Miralles and George Washington during the American Revolution in New Jersey. Special guest Teresa Valcarce introduces efforts led by Iberdrola to share Spanish and Hispanic contributions to the founding of the United States as part of the approaching 250th anniversaries of the American Revolution.


Safety Last Silent Film

Safety Last Silent Film Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of the silent movie gem "Safety Last" (1923) at the historic Brook Arts Center on Sunday, May 5th at 3 P.M. Delight in the live performance of the original score by organists Ian Fraser on the Brook’s historic 1920’s Wurlitzer Organ. In this classic tale, a young man (Harold Lloyd) ventures to New York City to support his sweetheart (Mildred Davis), only to find the city's challenges daunting. Desperate for money, he concocts a risky scheme with his friend (Bill Strother), known as the "human fly." When things go awry, he must summon all his courage to pull off a daring stunt alone. Don't miss this thrilling blend of comedy, adventure, and heartwarming romance on the big screen!

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