16 December 2009

Happy Holidays from the New Brunswick Museum!
Our Holiday Gift to You: Free Admission December 29, 30 and 31


Happy Holidays from the New Brunswick Museum! Celebrate the holiday season with a free visit to the New Brunswick Museum December 29, 30, and 31 – our holiday gift to you!  Bring your friends and family for heritage story-telling, interactive exhibitions, creative activities, and music for all ages! Free admission, noon to 5 pm.    

Enjoy fine art from New Brunswick’s artists, including last chance to view Portraits: New Brunswick Painters, 1970-2000; William Forrestall; and from the Know Your Own Artists series - Beyond the Garden Path: Tapestry Art by Susan Vida Judah.

Also take time to visit SMILE – The Tooth and Nothing But the Tooth; an interactive traveling exhibition co-produced by the Centre d’exposition de l’Université de Montréal and the Exhibition Production Centre of the Musée de la nature et des sciences in Sherbrooke.

The fun continues until January 3, 2010 with A Blizzard of Fun!  Kids and adults alike can enjoy new interactive learning adventures guaranteed to take the chill out of winter and add in lots of fun! Free with Regular Admission.  

Drop by the Museum Shop for savings on selected items including books, pottery, jewelry and decorative home accessories.  New this season: Museum Gift cards available for any denomination; good for admission to the Museum and Museum Shop.  

The New Brunswick Museum Exhibition Centre is closed on December 24, 25 and 26; it reopens on December 27. Our Gift to You - free admission on December 29, 30 and 31 - open noon to 5 pm. The Museum Shop is open seven days a week until December 23; and reopens on December 27 with the Boxing Week Sale. The Museum is closed on January 1; and on Mondays after January 1 during the winter.

Explore, discover and enjoy the New Brunswick Museum!

For further information:

Vita Kipping
Community Relations
New Brunswick Museum
Tel: 506-643-2358
Toll-free: 1-888-268-9595
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