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Bottle Hill Day at METC

Museum of Early Trades & Crafts 9 Main Street, Madison, NJ

Celebrate Bottle Hill Day at METC where the past meets the present! Join us on the front lawn for traditional woodworking demonstrations  and learn some modern home repair hacks from Tyler Merson of Merson …

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FREE

Sidewalk Art Show

Education Annex 23 Main Street, Madison, NJ

This is the Museum of Early Trades & Crafts’ (METC) first Sidewalk Art Show. The COVID-19 pandemic has touched the lives of every individual across the globe. Although, the pandemic …

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Madison Holiday Arts Festival

Museum of Early Trades & Crafts 9 Main Street, Madison, NJ

METC and our Education Annex will be performance locations for this year's Holiday Arts Festival! Traditionally held Thanksgiving weekend, Holiday Arts Festival is a collaborative project of the Madison Arts …

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FREE

Holiday Drop In Craft

Education Annex 23 Main Street, Madison, NJ

Join METC and BAR for holiday drop in crafts on Saturday, December 11! Participants with the help from the artists of BAR, will cycle through three stations creating a variety …

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$10

Holiday Craft Workshop

Education Annex 23 Main Street, Madison, NJ

Join METC and BAR artist, Karen McDermott for a holiday craft workshop on December 11, 2021! Create a personalized wrap around cover for a 3"x3" post-it note pad as a …

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$35

Lecture: 19th Century New Jersey Women Photographers: Exceptional Artists in a Mostly Male Profession

Education Annex 23 Main Street, Madison, NJ

On January 27, 2022, Garey Saretzky will discuss female photographers of the 19th century at METC's Education Annex at 6:30pm. In the 19th century, of more than 3,000 professional photographers in New Jersey, only about 3% were women.  Like their male colleagues, they provided their communities with daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, tintypes, cabinet cards, and other types of photographs. …

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$10
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