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Art Panel: Nancy Bonior, Peter Van Dyck, Andy Lenaghan March 12th
$15/Free for Museum Members (Purchase Tickets Here)
Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor
1000 Richmond Terrace, Building A, SI, NY 10301

Join the Staten Island Museum and this unique panel of artists: Nancy Bonior, Peter Van Dyck, and Andy Lenaghan who will discuss their work and their connections to the landscape. Enjoy Staten Island SEEN where these artist’s works are currently featured. Wine will be served.

Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day Live! FREE
Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor
1000 Richmond Terrace, Building A, SI, NY 10301

The Museum Day Live! is an annual event hosted by Smithsonian Magazine where participating museums nationwide open their doors for free to anyone presenting a Museum Day Live! ticket. Tickets provide free admission for two guests. This month’s special edition provides an opportunity to the public, especially women and girls, to enjoy and share in our nation’s dynamic heritage and cultural life. Click here for tickets.

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Super Science Saturday: Measuring Weather
$10/$5 Museum Members
Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor
1000 Richmond Terrace, Building A, SI, NY 10301

Kids 8-13 are invited to become scientists with guide Clay Wollney. Explore and learn about weather-related themes. Make your own anemometer and weathervane. Parents may observe. Register online or call 718.727.1135. Walk-ins welcome.
Supported by Time Warner

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NEW EXHIBITION OPENING APRIL 30, 2016
at the Staten Island Museum in St. George, 75 Stuyvesant Place

Home Games : A Collaborative Exhibition with the Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame

HOME GAMES follows the changing role of sports as reflected in the lives of Islanders like Gloria Elliott of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, inspiration for the movie “A League of Their Own;” local sports hero Bobby Thomson, who hit “the shot heard ’round the world” winning the pennant for the NY Giants then rode the Staten Island Ferry home, and Super Bowl champion Joe Andruzzi, who became a symbol of resilience after one of his firefighter brothers narrowly survived the 2001 attack on the World Trade Center – and again emerged as one of the heroes of the Boston Marathon bombing. Click here for more information and tickets to the opening day Breakfast of Champions.

Made possible, in part, with support from Richmond County Savings Foundation and NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.