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[[postage]] Address Correction Requested Nonprofit Organization [[picture of jar]] Ten-sided Porcelain Jar, 17th-18th century Korea. See page 1. The Newark Museum [[/postage]]

[[address]] 49 Washington Street - Box 540 Newark, New Jersey 07101 [[/address]]

The Newark Museum News Notes 
MARCH 1979 
Vol. 36, No. 3 
Yearly Subscription $2.00 49 
Washington Street - Box 540 
Newark, New Jersey 07101 
Telephone (201) 733-6600 
Samuel C. Miller, Director 
Mary Sue Sweeney, Editor
MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES 
Subscribing (single), $10 annually
Family, $15 annually
Special Student, $5 annually
Chapter, $25 annually
Patron, $25 annually
Sustaining, $50 annually
Endowment, $100 annually
Corporate & Business, $100-$499 annually
Life (individual) $1000 or more
PARKING DISCOUNT at Museum lot, corner of Central and University Avenues. Enter the Garden from the Parking Lot. Have parking ticket stamped inside the Museum.
The Museum is easily accessible via Central Avenue , from the Newark Exit of Route 280 and from Exit 145 of the Garden State Parkway.
MARCH HOURS
Open every day, noon-5:00 p.m. Admission is free.

The Newark Museum
Calendar of Events March 1979
EXHIBITIONS
Opening: March 3: Satsuma Ware (Ballantine House Gallery)
March 4: Soft Objects: Three Dimensional Plating by Sheila Fox
March 17: The Newark Teen Arts Festival; Great Kings of Africa
March 24: Art Centre of Northern New Jersey
Continuing: First Floor: Geometric Abstraction and Related Work; The Ballantine House; Peoples of Africa (Permanent African Gallery), Second Floor: Traditions in Asian Ceramics; Tibetan Buddhist Altar; Made in New Jersey; 1800 House; Pewter from the Collection; Indians of North America; Mediterranean Antiquities. Third Floor: You and the Metric System; Mechanical Models; Fossils; Mysteries of Light-Illusions; Birds of New Jersey; Mosses and Lichens (photographs).
Closing: March 4: As You Were: Costumes of the 1920's and 1930's; Contemporary Sculpture & Painting
March 11: MURALS WITHOUT WALLS: Arshile Gorky's Newark Aviation Murals Rediscovered; American Landscapes from the Collection
THINGS TO DO IN MARCH
4 Sunday 3:30 p.m. Lecture: Social Aspects of the 1930's, Jerre Mangione
10 Saturday 12:30 p.m. Talk: Live Animals in the Mini-Zoo
1:30 p.m. Children's Theatre: Crates 'n Company
3:00 p.m. Films: 1930s Documentaries
11 Sunday 1 & 3:00 p.m. Films: 1930s Documentaries
13 Tuesday 12 noon  Luncheon-lecture: Samuel C. Miller
18 Sunday 1:30 p.m. Science Film Program
3:00 p.m. Concert: Linda Kobler, pianist
22 Thursday 12:30 p.m. Noonhour Concert: Diapasin Woodwind Quintet
24 Saturday 13:30 p.m. Talk: Live Animals of the Mini-Zoo. 
1:30 & 3:00 p.m. Children's Films: Exchange Place; Andy and the Lion
25 Sunday 1 & 3:00 p.m. Film: The Treasures of Tutankhamun 
28 Wednesday 12-2:00 p.m. Identification Day
29 Thursday 12-1:00 p.m. Noontime Tour: New Jersey Historical Society
IN THE JUNIOR MUSEUM
Mini-Zoo: European and English ferrets, giant softshell turtle, alligator, fish, lizards, snakes, birds and other small reptiles. Talks on Sundays in March at 2:30 and 3:30 p.m. 
PLANETARIUM
The Andromeda Project, original science fiction, Public performances Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 and 4:00 p.m. General admission 50ยข (children under 7 not admitted to the Planetarium.)
IN THE SCULPTURE GARDEN
Newark Fire Museum. Fire appuratus, equipment and memorabilia. Open daily, noon-4:30 p.m. Admission is free. 

Newark's Oldest Schoolhouse (1784). Open during regular Museum hours. 
MUSEUM SHOPS. Members 10% discount on reproductions, jewelry, cards, toys and books. 
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