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    Central New Jersey has a variety of theaters and stages offering plays, concerts, and full scale musicals.

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    See our Golf page for a list of golf courses throughout Central New Jersey.

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    Central Jersey is rich with history. Check out the different historical sites and tours found throughout the area.

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December 10, 2019 | Women Artists on the Leading Edge: Celebrating Douglass College at 100
This exhibition also celebrates the forthcoming publication “Women Artists on the Leading Edge: Visual Arts at Douglass College” by Rutgers Distinguished Professor Emerita Joan Marter, who was both a faculty member in these heady days and witness to the feminist revolution in the arts Douglass College was founded in 1918 as the New Jersey College for Women. Inspired by Black Mountain College’s innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum, and courses in avant-garde, the faculty and students at Douglass College created a center for avant-garde art that embraced Fluxus, Pop, performance, and experimentation. Drawn from the collection of the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, this exhibition celebrates the achievements of Douglass’s alumnae and faculty, among them Alice Aycock, Joan Snyder, Mimi Smith, Bonnie Lucas, and Joan Semmel. MUSEUM HOURS: T-F, 10am- 4:30pm. Sat-Sun, Noon-5pm. 1st Tues of most months, 10am-9pm. The museum is closed Mondays, major holidays, and the month of August. FREE Admission. The Zimmerli Art Museum hosts a panel discussion and book signing on Tuesday, October 29, 2019.

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December 10, 2019 | Mid-Century New Jersey: The Garden State in the 1950s
Mid-Century New Jersey – The Garden State in the 1950s is a dynamic, new exhibit. The postwar boom led to an atom-powered future of gleaming appliances and fast cars! The influence of 50’s culture is still going strong today, with many roots in New Jersey.

Dec

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December 11, 2019 | Women Artists on the Leading Edge: Celebrating Douglass College at 100
This exhibition also celebrates the forthcoming publication “Women Artists on the Leading Edge: Visual Arts at Douglass College” by Rutgers Distinguished Professor Emerita Joan Marter, who was both a faculty member in these heady days and witness to the feminist revolution in the arts Douglass College was founded in 1918 as the New Jersey College for Women. Inspired by Black Mountain College’s innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum, and courses in avant-garde, the faculty and students at Douglass College created a center for avant-garde art that embraced Fluxus, Pop, performance, and experimentation. Drawn from the collection of the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, this exhibition celebrates the achievements of Douglass’s alumnae and faculty, among them Alice Aycock, Joan Snyder, Mimi Smith, Bonnie Lucas, and Joan Semmel. MUSEUM HOURS: T-F, 10am- 4:30pm. Sat-Sun, Noon-5pm. 1st Tues of most months, 10am-9pm. The museum is closed Mondays, major holidays, and the month of August. FREE Admission. The Zimmerli Art Museum hosts a panel discussion and book signing on Tuesday, October 29, 2019.

Dec

11

December 11, 2019 | Mid-Century New Jersey: The Garden State in the 1950s
Mid-Century New Jersey – The Garden State in the 1950s is a dynamic, new exhibit. The postwar boom led to an atom-powered future of gleaming appliances and fast cars! The influence of 50’s culture is still going strong today, with many roots in New Jersey.

Dec

12

December 12, 2019 | Women Artists on the Leading Edge: Celebrating Douglass College at 100
This exhibition also celebrates the forthcoming publication “Women Artists on the Leading Edge: Visual Arts at Douglass College” by Rutgers Distinguished Professor Emerita Joan Marter, who was both a faculty member in these heady days and witness to the feminist revolution in the arts Douglass College was founded in 1918 as the New Jersey College for Women. Inspired by Black Mountain College’s innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum, and courses in avant-garde, the faculty and students at Douglass College created a center for avant-garde art that embraced Fluxus, Pop, performance, and experimentation. Drawn from the collection of the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, this exhibition celebrates the achievements of Douglass’s alumnae and faculty, among them Alice Aycock, Joan Snyder, Mimi Smith, Bonnie Lucas, and Joan Semmel. MUSEUM HOURS: T-F, 10am- 4:30pm. Sat-Sun, Noon-5pm. 1st Tues of most months, 10am-9pm. The museum is closed Mondays, major holidays, and the month of August. FREE Admission. The Zimmerli Art Museum hosts a panel discussion and book signing on Tuesday, October 29, 2019.
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