East Brunswick Museum held a free program celebrating the anniversary (103rd) of the ratification of voting rights for women. Speaker and author Nancy Kennedy told stories from her book:
Women Win the Vote! 19 for the 19th Amendment. The image at right links to her Web site.
Aug. 20, 2 p.m., in the museum's main room.
Harvest Fest by the East Brunswick Arts Coalition, on Oct. 22, gave us a chance to show off DeVoe Library, the museum, and the wonderful atmosphere of Old Bridge Village.
On Aug. 13, 1:30-3:30 p.m., the East Brunswick Museum celebrated World Elephant Day with a special, child-friendly event.
Elephant-themed crafts, treats, and info spotlight the mighty pachyderm and our collection of hundreds of elephant figures, which belonged to New Jersey Governor Harold Hoffman.
Actual World Elephant Day is Aug. 12
Program is free. Donations gratefully accepted.
Until September 8, the East Brunswick Museum is running a digital photo hunt of historic sites around out town!
Take photos and post them to our Facebook group. You can also see the full list of clues there.
If you submit at least 10 photos, you are eligible to win a $50 gift card at an East Brunswick business. If you submit at least 5, you are eligible to win a $25 gift card. Prizes will be awarded Oct 8.
We look forward to seeing all your photos!
The museum's reopening day was November 13, 2021. We welcomed visitors back after closure for the COVID-19 pandemic for nearly two years. This made possible interior painting, repairs, and an extensive reorganization of our exhibits. This reopening coincided with the East Brunswick Historic District's Fall Festival, and proved a great way to reintroduce the community to their museum.