New Exhibit Opens, Tuesday, February 28th Regular Hours
Why is an unmarried woman called a spinster? Why does the weasel go pop? What raises your hackles? Find out in the Museumís new exhibit, Spinning Tales: The Fabric of New Jersey. The exhibit tells the story of Early America through the crafts of spinning and weaving, following the process from gathering the raw materials to preparing the materials, to working the materials, to fine finished products. Programs, events and workshops will be held throughout the exhibitís duration. Visit www.metc.org for up-to-date information. Regular Admission.
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