MAM Family Day: Exploring Our Environment, Nov. 12

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Arm-of-the-SEA Theater company performing their new show-“CITY THAT DRINKS the MOUNTAIN SKY, PART II.” Photo by Jim Peppler. Copyright/Jim Peppler-2017.

Sunday, November 12, 1-4 p.m.
$10 Nonmember Families (up to 6 people) / FREE for Family-level Members and above

Participate in a day of themed exploration with many dynamic activities reflecting MAM’s current exhibitions, Charles E. Burchfield: Weather Event and Philemona Williamson: Metaphorical Narratives.

Selected activities include:

Watercolor painting en plein air!
Stitch your own cloud pillow
Storytime with local children’s book author Kristine Lombardi
Tours with junior docents from Montclair Co-op School
Essex County Environmental Center sensory table
Science demonstrations with The Talking Lab at Montclair State University

Special additional activity:

2–3 p.m. Arm-of-the-Sea Theatre presents The City That Drinks The Mountain Sky. Enhance your Family Day experience with this special puppet performance that traces life’s quintessential liquid—water—from mountain-tops to city taps. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets for Arm-of-the-Sea Theatre available at the door on a first come, first served basis ($10 per nonmember, $8 per member for performance tickets).

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Sad. Let's hope that this is not its "Last Tango." One of the most beautiful and iconic buildings in town. Valentino, Garbo, Keaton must have played there.

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