Happenings in the Area
Happenings in the Area
National S’mores Day – August 10th
The most popular campfire treat is celebrated each year on August 10th. This delicious, sticky and gooey treat is loved by millions across the United States. Traditionally, S’mores consist of roasted marshmallows, a slab of chocolate and is enclosed by graham crackers making a yummy sandwich! Credited with creating the sandwich is Girl Scout Loretta Crew, her recipe for ‘Some Mores’ was published in ‘Tramping and Trailing with The Girl Scouts’.
Sometimes the best events are the ones you create with your own family and friends!
Best Friend Day – August 15th
A day to celebrate and do something fun with your best friend! Go to a movie, shopping, get something to eat, play a game, or just hang out and be together.
Hammonton Food Tour – August 18
Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
You’ll start off with a tasting of award winning Sharrott Wine at the Eagle Theatre, South Jersey’s only year-round professional equity theatre. Here, you can engage in discussion about the theatre and the arts. Next, you’ll sample an exceptional sandwich at the eclectic and truly innovative The Funky Cow Café. Enjoy a fermentation demo and tasting by Fermented NJ, it’s one of the hottest food trends happening today. Traditional Mexican Cuisine is available at El Mariachi Loco, which was ranked by Trip Advisor as one of the best restaurants in Hammonton. We’ll finish up at Casciano Coffee Bar & Sweetery with a mini-English Tea where you’ll enjoy sweet and savory treats, and an assortment of teas.
Cost is $60.00 per person, plus tax. Reservations must be made in advance.
Meeting location for the tour will be given with your reservation confirmation.
Come join us for a food adventure On The Town!
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Museum of American Glass at WheatonArts
Emanation 2019 Exhibit
Emanation 2019 is on display through December 31, 2019 in the Museum of American Glass at WheatonArts!
Emanation 2019 is the third exhibition of contemporary art featuring new works developed and created by artists invited to utilize the resources and facilities at Wheaton Arts for experiment based exploration. The results are displayed with an emphasis on each artist’s creative process. “The artists in this iteration of Emanation have not previously worked in glass, but are creative thinkers and problem solvers, who have embraced the opportunity to experiment in a new medium,” notes Julie Courtney, curator of Emanation 2019.
The artists Julie Courtney brought to the project each have a unique perspective and aesthetic on the integration of glass into their works, creating powerful visuals (and even sounds) relating to invisible labor, prison incarceration rates, beauty in destruction, and “cartoon violence,” just to name a few.
Artists participating in the exhibit are Jesse Krimes, Tristin Lowe, Martha McDonald and Laura Baird, Karyn Olivier, Richard Torchia, Allan Wexler, and Jo Yarrington.
Open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is included with general admission to WheatonArts.
Phone: 856-825-6800 To Call for Information regarding the Exhibit