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Value. Value. Value. It is the best descriptive of membership here at the Newark Museum. In these tough economic times, when “going out” makes quite a dent in the budget, an annual membership translates into affordable, meaningful time spent with family and friends.
Families can stop by any time, as often as they’d like, throughout the year. They get in free every time; get discounts at the Shops and Café; can take their time in the galleries—no rushing around to get their “money’s worth”! Just about every time they visit, they can drop in on an art or science hands-on/take-something-home workshop.
For people without children, Museum membership is equally valuable. The Museum becomes a refreshing break from the daily grind. Members can stop by, take in as many galleries as they like, shop, eat, even surf in our WiFi Café. At any level, we treat our members as our special guests, with express entrances on busy days and opportunities to view new exhibitions before they open to the public.
Beyond our campus, Newark Museum members at every level enjoy reciprocal free admission at hundreds of science and technology centers around the country. Members at higher levels are also welcomed at hundreds of other art museums.
Every level of membership brings different benefits. Give us a call at 973-596-6699 or email us at email@example.com.
Visit newarkmuseum.org for more information.
Have you stopped and taken a look at people around you lately? There’s usually a cell phone in hand, or somebody is texting away. In today’s day and age staying connected is the norm, whether it is keeping in contact with friends on facebook , or passing information on with the 140-character tweeting phenomena, or plainly surfing the Web.
This past week, the Newark Museum unveiled its new-and FREE-WIFI connection in the Engelhard Court, and the IT department is busy hooking up the connection in the Dreyfuss Memorial Garden.
Just imagine taking a lunch break and listening to Jazz in the Garden, while emailing a friend about the concert? (Check out the dates and performers for this year’s 2010 Jazz in the Garden.)
Having a wireless connection is beneficial for both visitors and staff. A unique place to have a business lunch meeting could be in the Engelhard Court. For college students, grab a cup of coffee and study in either the garden or court. Having another place to study or work could spur on creativity. With its affordable cafe prices and inspiring works of art, the Museum setting beats any dorm or conference room any day.
The Museum is open Wednesday through Friday, noon to 5 pm, and on Saturday and Sunday, 10 am to 5pm. The cafe is open from 12 pm to 3 pm. So, what to do on Monday and Tuesday? Hm, just schedule the meeting for Wednesday, and definitely take advantage of a library. Founder John Cotton Dana would also appreciate that. See you in Engelhard Court with laptops in hand!