Friday, May 29, 2009
The "brainchild" of a local mom whose house was buried under her sons’ artwork, PrintArtKids will transform your kid’s vibrant flower painting into Notepads, transform a homemade holiday ornament into this year's Holiday Card, or take a finger painting and make it a one-of-a-kind Note Card. Your children will be excited to see their artwork turned into custom pieces that will be used again and again!
Looking for a great gift for Dad? Upload your photos or artwork to www.PrintArtKids.com to create a never to be forgotten, one-of-a-kind present just for Dad (or Grandpa)! Place your order by June 7th to ensure your order will be shipped to you by Father's Day!
And, ordering is a snap! Either scan or take a digital photo of your print, and upload to your computer. Since it's digital, you can use your computer to make changes to the photos before sending off to PrintArtKids. Once you've digitized your child's masterpiece, visit www.PrintArtKids.com, select the item you wish to order from “Our Products,” then click on “Order Now.” Simply upload the image to PrintArtKids following the easy to use instructions to create notepads, holiday cards, return address labels and more! For an additional fee, PrintArtKids will even erase errant scribbles.
Thursday, May 28, 2009
Visiting the 10! Show is a really fun Mom's morning out. If you are interested please email your name, phone # and date (6/3 or 6/4) that you can attend to firstname.lastname@example.org. The show tapes in Bala Cynwyd and you have to arrive at the studio between 9am-9:30am. Space is limited so please email your info ASAP.
June 3rd: A performance from Andrew Lipke, Father's Day Fashions, Katie Cavuto will be on (she from Next Food Network Star)- a demo on sunglasses and Lee Daniels and Adam Rothenberg they will be talking about their new movie Tennessee
June 4th: The Anitque Road Show,a chef-author Janice Leiberman (talking about how to shop for a husband) Adventure Aquarium and John Debella with a pet up for adoption
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Click here for fun crafts, make it your self gift ideas, recipes, party ideas and more from Family Fun Magazine.
www.joovy.com is having a big sale on all of their Joovy Caboose strollers – I just bought the original Caboose in Appletree for $129, plus a FREE parent tray and FREE SHIPPING! If I had purchased it all through Babies R Us or Amazon, I would have spent $200 plus shipping.
This is the page that lists the sale prices: http://www.joovy.com/online_store/doublestrollers.php
Sunday, May 24, 2009
Event Information: Gluten-Free Baking 101: Baking Demo and Book Signing
Elizabeth Barbone, author of Easy Gluten-Free Baking will teach you the ins and outs of Gluten-Free Baking. In two hours, you will learn:
· The basic gluten-free flours
· How to stock a gluten-free kitchen
· Essential tools to make gluten-free baking easier
And you’ll see Elizabeth demonstrate two easy recipes—banana muffins and chocolate chip cookies from her cookbook. Whether you are new to the gluten-free diet or have been living gluten-free for years, you’ll learn something new in this fun class!
Date: Tuesday, May 26
Time: 6:00 - 8:00PM
Address: Wegmans Downingtown1056 East Lancaster Ave.Downingtown, PA 19335
For more info please call: (610) 518-7800
Cost: $15 Tickets available at “That’s T.H.E Ticket” locations. Click here for ticketing info.
Indoor Mini Golf $4.00 a round (Save $3)
Saturday, May 23, 2009
Still stumped on what to make for all the guests coming over to enjoy the relaxing Memorial Day weekend?
Cookie Magazine has gathered some scrumptious & easy recipes to help you celebrate your holiday this weekend! These recipes are also great to consider if you're vacationing or even at the shore with friends and family for the weekend.
Simple and Easy Grilled Chicken
Serves 4 to 6 | Total time: 30 minutes, plus time for marinating
Açai Power Popsicles
Makes 8 4-ounce Popsicles | Total time: 5 minutes, plus 6 hours to freeze
Honey-Based Simple Syrup (optional)
Makes 2 cups
TIP: Frozen açai puree is available in most natural-food stores. If you can't find açai, you can substitute any other pureed frozen berry or fruit.
Friday, May 22, 2009
Below are Five tips for Living Well from wellness expert, Marlise Karlin:
#1: Breathe Into the Moment: In the midst of a busy day, take a few moments to find stillness. Slow your pace, breathe deep, and refocus your attention away from the mind-chatter. Instead, reflect on what is most meaningful to you in life, and carry those inspirational thoughts with you throughout your day.
#2: Take Inspired Action: Being in constant reaction mode will leave you feeling exhausted & unfulfilled. After taking a moment of reflection and stillness, follow through with the necessary steps to achieve the goals you set forth for the day. If a disruption occurs, acknowledge it and look for a solution, rather than allowing it to derail you. Notice how your new focus helps you to stay on track with greater ease.
#3: Water Your Garden: Truly acknowledge the people in your life for the value they bring to you and the world. As with a garden, relationships need to be nurtured and appreciated. With even a sprinkling, the relationship will bloom – and the beauty of what is given will return to you tenfold.
#4 Be Aware of Your Attitude: Notice how you feel and how you radiate those feelings outward. If you have a positive attitude, people will not only gravitate to you, but it might even help change the attitude of others from negative to positive. If you are projecting love, generosity and hope, others may follow your lead. Realize how what you give comes back to you!
#5 Make Choices: Acknowledge that you have the ability to make choices that will keep you moving forward toward your overall vision, rather than letting other people, or life’s circumstances distract you from staying focused on what matters most. Choose what moves you toward your goals that give you the greatest rewards – inside and out.
“People are running at a hundred miles an hour, racing with the clock, trying to squeeze in ways to stay healthy and fit,” said Marlise Karlin. “It’s important to realize it only takes a few minutes a day to completely reboot ourselves by nurturing both mind & body to become more balanced and healthy.”
ABOUT MARLISE: Marlise Karlin is a person just like you and me who focuses on rebooting people by experiencing The Simplicity of Stillness. After a series of profound experiences shifted her perception of life, Marlise developed simple methods for people everywhere to reboot themselves so the journey of life can be more enjoyable. Countless people from every culture around the world have attended Marlise’s Programs and are attesting to the extraordinary benefits that her Stillness Sessions® have brought to their lives, from experiencing a sense of peace rarely felt, to finding balance and wellbeing, from releasing years of road blocks, to discovering what they really want out of life and how to create it. Marlise’s authentic personality allows her to connect with people at a real level to bring balance to their lives through The Simplicity of Stillness. See www.marlisekarlin.com
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Briar Bush Nature Center
1212 Edge Hill Rd, Abington
Delaware Valley Historical Aircraft Association
1155 Easton Road, Horsham
Elmwood Park Zoo
1661 Harding Blvd, Norristown
Four Mills Nature Preserve
12 Morris Rd, Ambler
Freddy Hill Farms
1440 Sumneytown Pike, Lansdale
1001 Cathedral Rd, Bryn Athyn
859 County Line Rd, Horsham
Green Lane Park & Nature Center
Rte 63 & Rte 29, Green Lane
Hope Lodge & Mather Mill
553 South Bethlehem Pike, Fort Washington
685 Mann Road, Horsham
Upper Moreland Free Public Library
109 Park Ave, Willow Grove
Valley Forge National Historical Park
1400 N Outer Line Dr, King of Prussia
Bucks County River Country
2 Walters Lane, Point Pleasant
Carousel Village at Indian Walk
591 Rte 413, Wrightstown
425 Wells Road, Doylestown
E. Court St & Rte 313, Doylestown
Giggleberry Fair Giggleberry Mountain, Discovery Land
Rte 202 & Rte 263, New Hope
4 Yardley Ave, Fallsington
James A. Michener Art Museum
138 South Pine Street, Doylestown
84 S. Pine St, Doylestown
New Hope & Ivyland Railroad
32 W. Bridge St, New Hope
Peace Valley Park
230 Creek Rd, New Britain
Ralph Stover State Park
Stover Park Rd & State Park Rd, Pipersville
100 Sesame Rd, Langhorne
Tyler State Park
101 Swamp Rd, Newtown
Washington Crossing Historic Park
1112 River Road, Washington's Crossing
American Helicopter Museum/Education Center
1220 American Blvd, West Chester
Brandywine River Museum
Rte 1 & 100, Chadds Ford
Springton Manor Farm
860 Springton Rd, Glenmoore
1491 Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford
1001 Longwood Rd, Kennett Square
515 Painter Rd, Media
Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom
3830 Dorney Park Rd, Allentown
30 Centre Square, Easton
Academy of Natural Sciences
19th St & Ben Franklin Parkway
African American Museum in Philadelphia
701 Arch Street
126 Elfreth's Alley (on 2nd St between Race and Arch)
147 N. 2nd St
Fort Mifflin Rd & Hog Island Rd
Franklin Institute Science Museum and Fels Planetarium
222 North 20th St
200 N 6th St
Independence Seaport Museum
1100 South 2nd St
National Museum of American Jewish History
55 N. 5th St
3400 W. Girard Ave
Please Touch Museum
4231 Avenue of the Republic; Memorial Hall, Fairmount Park
1 Aquarium Dr, Camden
Battleship New Jersey
100 Clinton Street, Camden
780 Route #40, Pilesgrove
Howell Living History Farm
70 Wooden's Ln, Lambertville
For more info please click here to visit the NBC 10 website.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Barley Juice (Celtic Rock) with special guest Amy Lavere
Big Package (R&B / Funk) with special guest fusionhouse
Jim Boggia (Singer/Songwriter) with special guest Graham Brown
Cresson Street Vibration (Reggae) with special guest David Spencer
Family Night - Mama Mac with special guest Scott Silipigni(kid's music starts at 7:00pm)
Andrew Lipke (Singer/Songwriter) with special guest Papertrees
Christine Havrilla (Pop Singer / Songwriter) with special guest Liz Longley
Jim George (Rock) and Wink Keziah (Country Rock)
The Large Flowerheads (Groovy 60s Music) with special guest Jim Stanson
Works Progress Administration (Folk Rock) with special guest Adrien Reju
Entrain - Fireworks at 8:30
Monday, May 18, 2009
When: Saturday, May 30, 2009, Noon to 5 p.m., rain or shine
Where: Mann Center for the Performing Arts
This celebratory event is free to the public, but tickets are required. Come and enjoy:
- Concert performance by The Laurie Berkner Band featuring Susie Lampert, Adam Bernstein and Laurie Berkner, with special guest Bob Golden
- Healthy food and drinks (while supplies last)
- Children’s activities
Admission to Healthy Kids Day is free of charge, but you must register for the event. Seat assignments for the concert, including lawn, will be distributed at the gate on a first come, first served basis. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
For information, please e-mail us at email@example.com or call our hotline at 1-877-HKD-CHOP (1-877-453-2467).
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Saturday, May 16th from 12-4 pm
Inflatable Obstacle Course and Bungee Run
Children's feet grow at such a great rate. Consider donating your kids' gently worn shoes at any OLLY location. However, outworn shoes should NOT be donated to this program. It is important that each child's foot is able to make its own impression (footprint) in the shoe footbed.
This is a not-for-profit program. OLLY will distribute these shoes to local charities where OLLY retail stores exist and will also work with charities and associations that distribute items overseas to children who are in great need of footwear.
And, here's another exciting tip for those wildly popular Crocs that everyone has (there are 5 pairs in my home as I type this)...... Olly participates in a recycling program for all Crocs shoes! Just drop them off in the store, and Olly will take care of the rest! Yay! No Crocs going into the landfills!
There are several Olly locations in the local area. Click here to see the store closest to you!
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
1 box Chocolate Cake Mix
1 container of Whipped White Frosting (*may need more if you make all 24 cupcakes...it all depends on what frosting tip you use...if you like lots of frosting, I'd use 1.5-2 containers)
24 Graham cracker sticks
24 jumbo marshmallows
2 Hershey candy bars
Make cupcakes as directed on the box. Let them cool and then frost them. Place a graham cracker stick into each one. Place parchment paper on a cookie sheet and line the with the 24 marshmallows. Broil them until the tops are just golden brown. Put a marshmallow on top of the cupcake and top it with a wedge of the Hershey chocolate bar. There you go!
For the cupcakes
From Nabsico Graham Crackers
1 ½ cups of graham cracker crumbs
½ cup of flour
2 ½ teaspoons of baking powder
½ cup of butter, softened
¾ cup of sugar
1 teaspoon of vanilla
¾ cup of milk
In a small bowl combine the crumbs, flour and baking powder; set aside. Beat the butter and the sugar in the bowl of an electric mixer until light and fluffy. Add the eggs one at a time. Beating well after each addition. Add the vanilla. Alternately add flour mixture with milk, beating well after each addition. Divide the batter into two muffin tins lined with 16 cupcake liners total. Bake at 350F degrees for 22-25 minutes or until done. **You can fill the liners 3/4 full...which might make less cupcakes...but the batter doesn't rise very high. Cool in pans for 15 minutes. Remove from pans and cool completely on a wire rack.
Top cooled cupcakes with THIS marshmallow frosting. Sprinkle the frosted cupcakes with graham cracker crumbs.
Drizzle melted chocolate over the top. To do that...just melt a few Hershey bar pieces in a plastic Ziploc bag in the microwave...just a few seconds will do. Snip a tiny corner off the bag and squeeze the chocolate drizzle over the cupcakes.
Monday, May 11, 2009
Your kids are home from school and they're starved. Sound familiar?
It seems like each and every day there's someone hanging on my legs begging for a snack to hold them over until dinner time. But the big question is...what in the world should I feed them that will fill up their tummies just a bit and yet won't spoil their dinner? Ugh.
I want healthy snacks that I can whip up in a flash...and I want the kids to be able to help prepare them too! That's when I turned to Kraft Foods. They have an incredible slew of recipes for kids, safety tips for cooking with kids and even a few ideas on how to burst that lunch box monotony we so often find ourselves in.
Here's just a few recipes and ideas that you can add to your repertoire of after school snacks for your staaaaaaaarving children...
18 Triscuit Crackers
1 packages (16 oz.) of Cheddar Cheese
3 fresh strawberries, each cut into 3 slices
1 kiwi, peeled and cut into 9 pieces
SLICE the cheese into small squares (to fit the cracker).
TOP the crackers with the cheese.
ADD the fresh fruit slices on top of the cheese.
Turtle Cracker CritterWhat you need:
MEASURE drink mix into cap to 1-qt. line (1/2 cup). Empty into blender container.
ADD remaining ingredients; cover. Blend on high speed 10 sec. Turn off blender. Stir with spoon; cover. Blend an additional 5 sec. or until smooth, using pulsing action.
SERVE immediately. Store leftover slush in freezer.
Cookies 'n Creme Pudding Pops
What you need:
1 pkg. (3.9 oz.) Jell-O Chocolate Instant Pudding
2 cups cold milk
6 Oreo Cookies
1⁄2 cup thawed Cool Whip Whipped Topping
BEAT pudding mix and milk in large bowl with whisk 2 minutes.
PLACE cookies in resealable plastic bag; seal bag. Use rolling pin to crush cookies.
ADD cookies and Cool Whip to pudding; stir just until blended.
SPOON into 9 small paper or plastic cups.
INSERT wooden pop stick or plastic spoon into each for handle. Freeze 5 hours or until firm.
All of these recipes would be great all throughout the summer too!
For more delicious kid-friendly, hunger bursting snacks from Kraft, click HERE.
Do you have a favorite kid-friendly snack you like to share with us?
Just leave a comment or link to your recipe...we'd love to have more great ideas from moms!
Kraft is also kicking off the season with Delicious Summer Savings! They are offering over $50 in coupons for your favorite Kraft Foods. Hurry over HERE to print them off. Quantity of coupons is limited...so don't miss out!
Sunday, May 10, 2009
Saturday, May 09, 2009
Natives plants are a great way to "go green" because they are adapted to the local growing conditions and require less water and intensive care in the garden. Many varieties will attract songbirds, hummingbirds and butterflies and are as useful for strengthening our local ecosystem as they are low-maintenance additions to the garden. Wildflower seeds which have been collected from the Conservancy's gardens and meadows and cleaned and packaged by garden volunteers will be sold.
For more information about the sale or becoming a garden volunteer at the Brandywine Conservancy, contact Mark Gormel at 610-388-8327.
The Brandywine River Museum is located on U.S. Route 1 in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. The museum is open daily, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults, $6 for senior citizens and students, and free for children under six and members. Group rates are available with advance reservations. For more information, call 610-388-2700 or click here
Friday, May 08, 2009
- 1 White Bathroom/Kitchen Tile ( I used 6x8 tiles that I found at Lowes for .58 cents each, but any size you want would work)
- A few different colors of acrylic paint. I used acrylic because it was kid friendly and cleaned up easily with soap and water, while still being permanent enough to use with the tiles. (Each bottle of acrylic paint that I picked up at Michaels was $2.49 each)
- 1 Decorative Plate Holder (Our local dollar store has the 9" plate holders that I used in silver, gold, and black finishes. And, yep, they're just $1.00! )
- Some paintbrushes
Thursday, May 07, 2009
Wednesday, May 06, 2009
FREEBIES from Walmart (Pull Ups, Toilet Paper & more)
20 FREE copies of your resume & 40 FREE business cards at Staples
Do you know of an awesome money saving deal or coupon code.. if so leave a comment or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, May 05, 2009
Make plans to visit the Downingtown, Wegman's and let your children create a delicious token of love for a unique Mother’s Day gift. Whether you want to bring your little cake decorators into the store or just take a kit home, it’s a great way to get the kids involved in making her day special. Choose from our Ultimate Chocolate or Moist Vanilla in-store cake or take-home cake/kit.
When: Saturday, May 9th
Price: You purchase a cake in bakery department and Wegman's will provide all of the decorating supplies.
For more info please call: 610-518-7800
Mother's Day Brunch
Here are some great recipes to help you host a magnificent brunch - no matter what day of the year it is...
Cinnabon Cinnamon Roll Clone Recipe - Mmmmm!!
Sausage Gravy (for Biscuits and Gravy)
For a list of different Crepe Recipes, click HERE.
Mimosas and More
So, whether you're the one preparing a Mother's Day spread or not...
We want to wish all of our Chester County Moms a very Happy Mother's Day ~ may it at least be filled with a little pampering!
And feel free to send your hubby's over here to check out these recipes...a subtle nudge and hint never hurt anyone!
Do you have a super breakfast recipe you'd like to share?
Leave us a comment or a link to your recipe.
Thursday, May 7th
Mom works hard all year long, so give her a break on National Mom's Nite Out. Dad or another caregiver can bring the kids to Pump It Up for a nite of bouncing, sliding, inflatable fun. Pizza and a beverage are included with each paid admission, so the kids will get back home exhausted and full. Admission is just $9.95 per child.
Children must be at least 34" tall to play. Socks and signed waiver required. Click here for more information.
Monday, May 04, 2009
I don't know what to do. Mother's Day is coming soon and I have a complicated relationship with my mom. I love her, but we don't get along well, and right now we're in a big fight and we're not speaking. Do I give her something for Mother's Day or do I ignore her because I'm still really hurt? I'm a grown woman--I hate to not know how to handle this!
Signed, Mad at Mom
Dear Mad at Mom,
I just had a client in my office last week who said, "I'm 52 years old and I'm sitting here whining about my mother." A lot of people have issues with one or both of their parents, and that doesn't always change just because we grow into adults. Relationships are complicated...relationships in our families of origin can be REALLY complicated.
The most important thing I hear from your question is that you love your mom. I love that you can be mad at her and stay connected to your love for her. It sounds like there is a part of you that wants to reconnect, a part of you that is still hurt, a part of you that is angry, and a part of you that recognizes your relationship is complicated and this fight isn't new or different for the two of you. It's okay to have good boundaries and protect yourself and still be open to showing your mom love. Think of it as a door to a room: you probably aren't going to close that door completely and cut her off, and you probably don't want to have that door wide open, because that would leave you open to more conflict and pain. You want to have the door open enough to give and receive love, and closed enough to protect yourself. That door can be cracked and slowly swing more open as you and your mom work on your relationship.
(Sometimes cutting off completely from someone is the right choice. If you are being physically, sexually or emotionally abused by someone who is unwilling or unable to change their behavior, complete cut-off can be the only thing that keeps you safe.)
Having good boundaries with difficult people means finding a way to be in relationship with them without making yourself available to be hurt over and over again by them. A therapist can be a great resource to help you figure out how to navigate your relationship with your mom in a way that feels healthier. There are also some great books...Extraordinary Relationships by Gilbert is one that I would recommend you read.
As for Mother's Day, if a phone call seems like it might ignite into another fight, and a gift feels inappropriate given the state of your relationship, acknowledge your love for her with a card. Speak from the part of you that feels love for her. Keep it simple and short. Don't let the angry part or the hurt part have a turn. Simply remind her that you love her and that you wish her a happy Mother's Day.
Good luck to you, and remember-- you are not alone. Lots of people will be struggling to decide how they want to handle Mother's Day and Father's Day. I'm sure you will find something that works for you,
**Remember to check out Shelby's website, Family Help Today, for a variety of useful information for couples, individuals, families, and kids. You can also find out more about Shelby's AWESOME e-books on her site.
Sunday, May 03, 2009
Saturday, May 02, 2009
Well, we've wrapped up our Green Week giveaway contests as well as selected the winner of the Zing Zang Zoom Circus passes. So, without further ado... here are the lucky winners....
My Natural Bamboo Plush Panda: Kerrie Lyons
Bee-Eazy Bags: Jennifer Groben and Jennifer Redmile
Wool Worth It Bitty Bag and Accessories: Rachel Byerly
Lil Boo & Co. Boo Boo Cubes: Kate Hargrove, Steph, Caitlin, Chris Stulak, and Jen
Footprints Bamboo socks: Shannon Kamph
Soap-It Nuts: Laura Lunati
and, last but certainly not least, the winner of the family 4 pack of tickets to the opening night of the Zing Zang Zoom circus tickets is: Susan Ford
***Winners will be emailed within the next 24 hours to set up the exchange of your prize!
It isn’t unusual to see stories about teenagers running away to foreign countries to meet ‘boyfriends’ from Myspace or Facebook – and if you’re anything like me you’re shaking your head wondering, ‘Where are these kids’ parents?’ Maybe we should stop and take a moment to look over our own shoulders and ask the question ‘Am I putting my child at risk?’
The ability to network with people you haven’t seen since high school, or aunts and uncles on the other side of the country is wonderful and the immediacy of it all is astounding, but at what cost? These ‘relationships’ may seem like a great idea at first, and many probably are, but we need to know the ins and outs of sites such as these so that the personal information and pictures we all seem so willing to share remain just that, personal.
Social networking sites are fun and it’s great to relive memories of yesteryears, but knowing your profile is safe makes the experience more enjoyable. Both Myspace and Facebook allow you to customize your privacy settings. Did you know that? Do you know how to secure your personal pages? Take some time to navigate the site and learn what security measures exist and use them, you won’t regret it!
Next month we’ll have a ‘how-to’ section for securing your Facebook page…stay tuned! Until then do some research of your own and learn as much as you can – knowledge is power!
Going green is not just for adults anymore. In "Bob the Builder Live! Spud's Big Mess, kids learn they can join in to help save the environment, too.
The show is about Bob and his team building the first-ever recycling center and wind farm in Sunflower Valley.
Bob the Builder Live: Spud's Big Mess, a new stage show featuring Bob the Builder and his crew, comes to the Academy of Music May 5-6. Patrons who use the promotional code "SPUD" when purchasing tickets online or by phone pay just $25 for any seat (excluding parquet and balcony boxes) at any performance - a savings of up to $17.50 per ticket!
Location: Kimmel Center, 260 South Broad Street, (Avenue of the Arts), Philadelphia, PA, 19102
This offer expires: May 6, 2009
Use the promotional code "SPUD" when ordering tickets by phone at 215.731.3333, online at www.kimmelcenter.org, or in person at the Kimmel Center Box Office at 260 South Broad Street in Philadelphia. Seating is limited.
Friday, May 01, 2009
This is one of tips she talked about this afternoon.
If you are a Bank of America customer, you can get FREE access to the following places!
DATES: Saturday, May 2, 2009 and Sunday, May 3, 2009; first full weekend of each month through December 4-5, 2010
African America Museum in Philadelphia (new) – beginning on June 19, 2009
National Constitution Center
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA)
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Please Touch Museum® (new)
Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art, Newark* (new)
Jersey City Museum, Jersey City* (new) – closed Sundays through September 2009
Liberty Science Center, Jersey City***
Morris Museum, Morristown (new)
Montclair Art Museum, Montclair
The Newark Museum, Newark***
Garden State Discovery Museum, Cherry Hill*** (new)
Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton (new)
Delaware Art Museum**
Delaware Museum of Natural History
Winterthur Museum & Country Estate, Winterthur
* Closed Sundays
** Program not available on Sundays
*** Check institution’s website for variable hours