Join & Support
Our members and donors play an important role in the future of the Monmouth Museum.
In return for their support, Members enjoy a wide range of benefits and privileges, including:
• Free unlimited admission to the WonderWing, Becker Children’s Wing and gallery exhibitions during open to the public hours
• Invitations to Members Only “Museum Mornings”
• Discounted Events and Program Tickets
• Receive Museum Newsletter, Invitations, Announcements, and E-Mail Updates
If you would like to become a member, click here.
WIN this Guitar!
$10 CHANCE, call 732-224-1989, or 732-747-2266 to purchase a chance, or mail a check to the Monmouth Museum, PO Box 359, Lincroft, NJ 07738.
Woodstock 50th Anniversary Guitar
This model includes colorful custom artwork by Robert F. Goetzl that replicates elements from the original, framed 1969 festival poster. This X Series D-14 model produces the rich, dynamic sound and look that made Martin the choice of many artists who played at Woodstock.
Donated by RUSSO Music
Support the Monmouth Museum
Our independent, non-profit [501(C)3] Museum is entirely supported by individuals, foundations, corporate, county, and state grants, income from special events, membership dues and admissions. Please consider a gift today that will bolster the Museum’s ability to continue all the Art and Education programs we offer to thrive in 2019 and beyond.
Thank You in advance for your generous support!
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The Next Big Idea
The Next Big Idea will enhance Monmouth Museum’s mission and ensure its future in the community.
Throughout its 54-year history, the core of Monmouth Museum’s mission has been to provide educational experiences in the arts and cultural subject areas. Almost all of our visitors participate in arts educational activities, whether it is through making art in the Green Arts Studio and Meyer Art & Nature Area on their field trip or on a family visit, appreciating the art on exhibition through self-study or docent-let tours, participating in an art exhibition or attending one of our many artists talks, demonstrations lectures and workshops. We provide a unique environment where artists can display their work and feel valued, and children and their families can view art while also enjoying educational activities related to art, science and history. This exposure teaches children the value of art and artists art a young age, thus helping them grow into adults who support the arts in their communities.
To contribute to the Next Big Idea or for more information, contact Donna Kessinger, Executive Director 732-747-2266 or firstname.lastname@example.org