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Halloween Fireworks and More!
Halloween Fireworks and More!
Arts and Craft in Rahway, NJ USA

Fireworks At 6:00PM the City will host its first edition of Zombie vs. Vampires Walk! This is an attempt at determining what the most popular undead creature is. Participants will come dressed as either a zombie or a vampire and march through Rahway’s downtown.


Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University
Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University things to do on a rainy day in New Brunswick, NJ
Art Museum in New Brunswick, NJ USA

University Art Museum The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, one of the largest and most distinguished university-based museums in the nation, is located on the New Brunswick campus of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

Bus Trip: Hudson Valley Historic Sites
Bus Trip: Hudson Valley Historic Sites
Tour in New Brunswick, NJ USA

Join the Zimmerli for its first bus trip of the year. Wednesday, September 19 The day in the Hudson Valley includes tours of Olana State Historic Site, the majestic home of artist Frederic Church, and the historic home and studio at Thomas Cole Historic Site.

George Segal in Black and White: Photographs by Donald Lokut
George Segal in Black and White: Photographs by Donald Lokut things to do on a rainy day in New Brunswick, NJ
Art Museum in New Brunswick, NJ USA

The photographer Donald Lokuta met the sculptor George Segal Not simply a photographer in the studio, Lokuta worked closely with the sculptor, helping to cast models and serving as a model himself. He paused often to take photographs of Segal, the works in process, and the labyrinthine space of the studio.

Mayor Samson D. Steinman’s Summer Concert Series
Mayor Samson D. Steinman’s Summer Concert Series
Music in Rahway, NJ USA

Mayor Samson D. Steinman’s Summer Concert Series returns every Thursday in August. Come out to enjoy these free outdoor concerts starting at 7:30pm in front of the Historic Union County Performing Art Center (1601 Irving St, Rahway, 07065).


Michael Malpass Retrospective (Extended)
Michael Malpass Retrospective (Extended) things to do on a rainy day in New Brunswick, NJ
Art Gallery in Long Branch, NJ USA

Exhibit is Extended! Exhibition extended through August 18 Pollak Gallery and outdoor locations on campus Documentary Screening: May 18, 10 AM at Wilson Hall Michael Malpass’s (1946-1991) artistic legacy consists of sculpture, drawings , collage, paintings, and assemblages.

Passport to Art
Passport to Art things to do on a rainy day in New Brunswick, NJ
Art Museum in New Brunswick, NJ USA

Passport to Art invites families to be creative together! These interactive workshops are conducted by trained educators and artists. Advanced registration is required and each session is limited to 20 participants (appropriate for 5-13YO). Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Prints by Mary Cassatt: In the Company of Women
Prints by Mary Cassatt: In the Company of Women things to do on a rainy day in New Brunswick, NJ
Museum in New Brunswick, NJ USA

An exhibition with 23 works of Mary Cassatt’s prints This exhibition of 23 works features the Zimmerli’s holdings of Mary Cassatt’s prints, including a rare complete set of 12 drypoints from 1890.

Vietnam: Transitions
Vietnam: Transitions things to do on a rainy day in New Brunswick, NJ
Art Gallery in Long Branch, NJ USA

Photography by Mark Ludak and Andrew Cohen Vietnam is a country in transition. Intrigued by the rapid transformation of Vietnam, one of the fastest growing economies of the world Monmouth University professors, Mark Ludak and Andrew Cohen have returned multiple times to photograph this region.


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