Kick Up Your Heels at Our Halloween Dance Party
Celebrate the scary season on Saturday, Oct. 29 when we host a night of spooky fun with our “Ghouls! Goblins! Gremlins! Halloween Dance Party."
Come in costume and you might win our hideously horrifying costume contest, or become a whirling dervish with devilish dancing music by DJ Treatz capped in our “Thriller” mix dance contest.
We'll get this party started at 8 p.m. with amazing food from 15 Landsdowne Catering and a spirited array of fabulous beverages supplied by Hunterdon Brewing Co. featuring River Horse Brewing Co., Sixpoint Brewery and Ironbound Hard Cider. There will also be an assortment of wines and several “Monster Cocktails.” The evening will also offer more raffles than you can shake a witch’s wand at.
Proceeds benefit our nonprofit Museum’s education program and exhibitions of contemporary art, craft and design.
WHERE: Hunterdon Art Museum, 7 Lower Center Street, Clinton
TICKETS: $45 until Oct. 24, and then $55 afterwards. Guests will receive one ticket for one free beer or glass of wine. A cash bar is also available. You can order your tickets online here or by calling us at 908-735-8415.
This is a 21 and older event.
HAM’s Halloween Dance Party lead sponsor is 15 Landsdowne Catering. This event is also being sponsored by Unity Bank, ShopRite of Hunterdon County, Starr’s Party and Tent Rentals, Hunterdon Brewing Co. and Metropolitan Seafood. Co. Beer sponsored by featuring River Horse Brewing Co., Sixpoint Brewery and Ironbound Hard Cider.
Get your tickets here today! The scariest thing of all would be for you to miss out on this fabulous evening!
Watercolor Pouring Workshop
Take your painting skills to a whole new level with our Watercolor Pouring Workshop on Sunday, Oct. 30 at 10 a.m.
Learn the technique of pouring transparent watercolors directly onto paper to create luminous color, resulting in a glow that is hard to duplicate with a brush. Artist Lena Shiffman will show you step by step how fun it is to pour watercolor by demonstrating the process and offering you hands-on help. Students will pour the backgrounds, the lights and medium values, and paint the dark areas.