68th Annual Fence Show

Super Science: Bubbles Big and Small

Bird and Nature Walk: Great Kills Park

Summer Nights: Last Night of Camp with Joe Imburgio and Casey Jost

Summer Nights: Tie Dye 2.0 – Indigo Shibori

Family Art Workshop with Lina Montoya: Mola

Summer Nights: Radio Campfire - Wilderness

Moth Night

Summer Nights: Art of Cocktails

Summer Nights: Macra-mania

An evening with the Impractical Jokers to benefit Staten Island Museum

Impractical Jokers: Homecoming

Bird and Nature Walk: Great Kills Park

Family Art Workshop with Lina Montoya: Mariposas Amarillas

Super Science: Crustaceans

Bird and Nature Walk: Mount Loretto Unique Area

An evening with the Impractical Jokers

An evening with the Impractical Jokers

 

An evening with the Impractical Jokers
to benefit Staten Island Museum

 

Join James “Murr” Murray, Sal Vulcano,
Brian “Q” Quinn, and Joe Gatto

in conversation with Casey Jost & Joe Imburgio

 

Thursday, July 12, 2018
8:00pm - 10:00pm

At Snug Harbor (location details upon purchase)
1000 Richmond Terrace
Staten Island, New York 10301

 

Reception with wine, beer, and small-bites served

 

The Jokers Club
Reserved tables in front section
$250 per person - Limited Tickets
($180 is tax deductible)

tickets

 

General Admission
Standing room for program
$150 per person
($80 is tax deductible)

tickets

 

Event Security Policy

For security reasons, large bags (over 13 x 13"), backpacks and luggage are not permitted. The Staten Island Museum reserved the right to search all persons and bags. The Staten Island Museum is not responsible for any lost, stolen, or damaged property.

NOTE:

This event is separate from the Impractical Jokers: Homecoming public exhibition opening.
With ticket purchase to the museum benefit, a free admission pass will be provided to visit the Museum exhibition at a later date, however that does not provided access on July 12.

If you wish to view the exhibition on July 12 and do not already have a ticket for opening night, please contact Amanda Straniere and we will try to accommodate your request for this sold-out public opening.

Learn more about the Impractical Jokers: Homecoming exhibition.

BIG PICNIC

Moth Night 2018

Moth Night 2018

Stay up late and celebrate National Moth Week! Revel in the beauty and learn about the life cycles and habitats of moths. Featured activities include looking closely at Museum specimens, face painting, shadow dancing, art activities, and a night hike through Snug Harbor with Science Educators Clay Wollney and Mike Shanley. Guests should bring flashlights for the night hike. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Presented in collaboration with the Staten Island Children’s Museum.

Registration recommended.

Register

Supported in part by Richmond County Savings Foundation.

Fence Show 2018

Intro to Tai Chi

Bird and Nature Walk: Buck’s Hollow

Impractical Jokers: Homecoming

Impractical Jokers: Homecoming

 

Impractical Jokers: Homecoming

On view from July 13, 2018 through March 17, 2019

#JokersHomecoming

Impractical Jokers: Homecoming explores the story of four longtime friends from Staten Island whose hidden-camera, comedic television show, Impractical Jokers, has become a pop culture phenomenon. Steeped in embarrassment and awkward situations that make us laugh and cringe, the humor is built upon a foundation of trust and camaraderie amongst the four guys, James “Murr” Murray, Sal Vulcano, Brain “Q” Quinn, and Joe Gatto.

See original costumes, props and art created over the past seven seasons. View new interviews, episode highlights and learn about behind-the-scenes production, including some secrets. Take a journey with the Jokers from high school hijinks to mainstream comedic success that all started on the shores of Staten Island. Interactive surprises are found throughout the museum to make the Jokers’ exhibition experience as unexpected as the Impractical Jokers themselves.

This exhibition has been made possible, in part, through support from Lead Exhibition Sponsor truTV, Partner Sponsor North South Productions, and Contributing Sponsor Island Auto and the SL Green Family Foundation.

Click here for more information and FAQs about visiting the Staten Island Museum.

Directions to the Staten Island Museum

Staten Island Museum is at 1000 Richmond Terrace, Building A, Staten Island, NY 10301

On the grounds of Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden

Directions From the Staten Island Ferry Terminal

Take the S40 bus via Ramp D for 2 miles and exit at Snug Harbor.

Taxis, Uber, and Lyft are also available at the terminal.

 

 

Silence and Acceptance: The Lesbian Experience at the New York Public Library, 1901-1950

Family Art Workshop with Lina Montoya: Bottle Flowers

Bird and Nature Walk: Brookfield Park

Intro to Tai Chi

Super Science: Go Fly a Kite

Bird and Nature Walk: Great Kills Park

Staten Island Museum 2018 Gala

Bird and Nature Walk: Mount Loretto Unique Area

Intro to Tai Chi

An evening with the Impractical Jokers

An evening with the Impractical Jokers

An evening with the Impractical Jokers
to benefit Staten Island Museum

Join James “Murr” Murray, Sal Vulcano,
Brian “Q” Quinn, and Joe Gatto

in conversation with Casey Jost & Joe Imburgio

 

Thursday, July 12, 2018
8:00pm - 10:00pm

At Snug Harbor (location details upon purchase)
1000 Richmond Terrace
Staten Island, New York 10301

Reception with wine, beer, and small-bites served


The Jokers Club
Reserved tables in front section
$250 per person Limited Tickets
($180 is tax deductible)


General Admission
Standing room for program
$150 per person
($80 is tax deductible)


Event Security Policy
For security reasons, large bags (over 13 x 13”), backpacks and luggage are not permitted. The Staten Island Museum reserves the right to search all persons and bags. The Staten Island Museum is not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged property.


NOTE:
This event is separate from the Impractical Jokers: Homecoming public exhibition opening.
With ticket purchase to the museum benefit, a free admission pass will be provided to visit the Museum exhibition at a later date, however that does not provide access on July 12.

If you wish to view the exhibition on July 12 and do not already have a ticket for opening night, please contact Amanda Straniere and we will try to accommodate your request for this sold-out public opening.

Learn more about the Impractical Jokers: Homecoming exhibition.

Bird and Nature Walk: Clove Lakes Park

Audio Stories by APMD

Audio Stories by APMD

Coming this fall!

This site-specific audio installation consists of a 5 audio tracks inspired by Staten Island history and culture as expressed in the exhibits at the Museum. The audio pieces will be placed along the traditional audio-guide path and can be accessed using the handheld devices available at the front desk.

Through this process, APMD hopes to provide patrons with a new sensory experience giving guests another way to connect emotionally to the Museum's content.

This project is made possible in part by a DCA Premier Grant from Staten Island Arts, with public funding from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

About the Artists:

APMD is the award winning brain child of AJ Pantaleo and Mike Dibenedetto. Together they create immersive audio experiences through the use of drone, melody and rhythm.

AJ Pantaleo is a session and touring musician, who has been performing and recording with various artists for over 15 years. AJP is known for his powerful, groove oriented drumming played with a vibrant energy that translates both live and on recording. He is influenced by rock, jazz, hip-hop, experimental music and cinema. He has been recording and touring with Baked (Exploding in Sound Records) since 2015 and is a founding member of the post-punk band Bueno.

Mike DiBenedetto is a musical artist based out of Staten Island, NY. DiBenedetto uses a guitar and a sampler routed through two effects chains to create a backdrop of drones and live instrumentation for performances and recordings. He has worked on various projects in the NYC area since 2009 and is currently one half of APMD, a project utilizing drums, drone and a video presentation.

More about APMD.

 

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Soundtrack: APMD (AJ Pantaleo & Mike DiBenedetto)
Visuals: Brendan Coyle

$300K in ‘inclusive’ grants awarded to 10 S.I. cultural organizations

Family Art Workshop with Lina Montoya: Cross-Stitch

Bird and Nature Walk: High Rock Park

Ele Eme Takes up Teaching Residency at Staten Island Museum

Poem in My Pocket Week

Intro to Tai Chi

Family Art with Lina Montoya

Family Art with Lina Montoya

Lina Montoya A.K.A. “Ele Eme” will lead monthly Family Art Workshops where she will share her inspiration and techniques as guests of all ages discover different materials and concepts found in her work. Each workshop explores a unique theme in the artist’s practice from found objects and collaborations to textile art and indigenous culture.

Workshops take place on the first Saturday of the month from 1:00pm to 3:00pm (unless noted), are free with Museum admission, and open to all ages.

May 5: Cross Stitch (Special time – 11:00am – 1:00pm)
Lina Montoya uses fencing as fabric for her public art. In this workshop, participants will explore the creative potential of everyday objects to create works of art in the textile tradition of cross-stitching. Participants will learn how to grid a design and then weave colored fabrics and notions to create a finished piece.

Register

 

June 2: Bottle Flowers
Originally from Colombia, Montoya said this project was inspired by her home country's annual Festival of Flowers, in which townspeople carry baskets of flowers through the street. For the installation at New World Prep, more than 5,000 recycled plastic bottles transformed a Port Richmond sidewalk into a sea of flowers, thanks to the work of 250 middle school students. Participants of this workshops will be guided through the techniques used to create these unique “bottle-flowers” calling for environmental justice through beauty. Register here.

Register

 

July 7: Mariposas Amarillas (Yellow Butterflies)
La Isla Bonita (The Beautiful Island) is one of Montoya’s recurring public installations which seeks not only to beautify urban environments but also to connect with the local community. Mariposas Amarillas is part of this series and is inspired by music. Using the monarch butterfly as an icon of migration, this project pays homage to all those who have flown away from their beloved land. Guests will work with motifs and techniques used in the development and installation of Mariposas Amarillas, in order to participate in the ongoing conversation around the utopias, dreams, ideals, and aspirations that inhabit the collective minds of different communities. Register here.

Register

 

August 4: Mola
The mola is a handmade material that forms part of the traditional outfit of the Guna, an indigenous people of Panama and Colombia. Molas have their origin in body painting. However, after colonization by the Spanish and contact with missionaries the Guna start to transfer their geometric designs to fabric, first by painting directly on the fabric and later by using reverse appliqué. In this workshop, families will paint on fabric/use paper and collage techniques to explore the geometric patterns, themes, and colors traditionally associated with molas. Register here.

Register

 

Family Art Workshops are supported in part by the Lily Auchincloss Foundation and Richmond County Savings Foundation.

 

About the Artist:

Lina Montoya, A.K.A. “Ele Eme”, has been a Staten Island-based artist since 2010. A passionate, creative, and rising graphic artist and designer born and raised in Medellín, Colombia.

Montoya has an extensive background in graphic design, web, and advertising working with several clients and agencies worldwide. Recently, because of her community-based creative work, she has been developing her career as muralist, teaching artist, and community organizer. She has experience working with public agencies and community based organizations around New York City.

As a vehicle to express her talents, share her migratory experience and celebrate multiculturalism, she founded the “Ele Eme Project” in Colombia, before she moved to the United States in 2010. It is an artistic initiative developed between New York City and Latin America that intends to exchange “Magical Experiences” through socially engaged art for public space beautification and landscape transformation.

She has been working since 2013 on two on-going series of public art: “La Isla Bonita Series,” as a tribute to Staten Island and New York City’s beauty and diversity and “MusiCalls Series,” that intends to beautify as many places as possible along the Americas from North to South.

There are several pieces on display around Staten Island where she has participated. In addition to all the temporary art-making activities she leads around the five boroughs and the murals she has painted in Colombia, Panama, and Mexico.
Montoya is a granted artist by the Department of Transportation (NYC DOT), Staten Island Arts (COAHSI), the Wagner College Port Richmond Partnership, City Parks Foundation (CPF) and UNIQLO Arts Expressions Grant 2017 by the Department of Parks and Recreation New York City Parks. Mentee of the Immigrant Artist Mentorship Program of the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA). Teaching artist for the Police Athletic League (PAL) and Groundswell Community Art Project.

Learn more about the artist, Lina Montoya aka Ele Eme.

Bird and Nature Walk: Wolfe’s Pond Park

Staten Island Museum marks a new era at 2018 GALA

Super Science: Rubber Band Racecars

Art Party: Statement Jewelry with a Twist

Intro to Tai Chi

Bird and Nature Walk: Conference House Park

Summer Nights 2018

Summer Nights 2018

SUMMER NIGHTS

Classic camp activities with a grown-up twist. Enjoy the best parts of camp without the homesickness.

For guests 21+ only

$25/$20 for Members (unless otherwise noted)
Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor, Building A
NEW TIME! Thursday Nights at 7:00pm

 

July 19: Macra-mania

Learn the basics and techniques of macramé. This ancient form of textile making
utilizing knots is back in a big way. Arin Maya Lawrence will introduce guests to a
variety of traditional knot tying techniques to create a unique wall hanging.
This workshop is beginner-friendly and all materials will be provided.

Register - Macramania

 

July 26: Art of Cocktails

$35/$30 members
Greetings from Staten Island! Guests are invited to craft their own cocktails with the expert guidance of SI’s Best Bartender, Danny Ippolito, owner of Bin 5. Explore
Ippolito’s carefully curated menu of artisan cocktails while Museum Archivist
Gabriella Leone presents photographs and stories showcasing Staten Island’s history as a popular retreat destination during the turn of the 20th century. Each of the three featured drinks will be fashioned out of fresh ingredients (all provided) and skillfully crafted by Ippolito while guests observe and then make their own.

Register - Art of Cocktails

 

August 2: Radio Campfire - Wilderness

Radio Campfire is a live listening event featuring memorable radio documentaries, soundscapes, and experimental sonic shorts. This program is part of a larger series curated and hosted by a group of radio producers and audio artists in Southeast Michigan. Radio Campfire is “like going to the movies, but for your ears.” Think relaxed, magical, and intimate. Gather round as we listen to stories and sounds on the theme of “wilderness” with audio artist and Radio Campfire founder Juliet Hinely.

Register - Radio Campfire

 

August 9: Tie Dye 2.0 – Indigo Shibori

Learn the magic of indigo dye through Shibori techniques in this hands-on beginner’s workshop with artist Janice Patrignani. Shibori, an ancient Japanese fiber art of bound resist dyeing, uses techniques of stitching, binding, folding, clamping, and wrapping to produce one of a kind permanent patterns on cloth. Indigo is a dye like no other and its iconic blue color has deep cultural roots throughout the world. Learn how to make an indigo vat and create beautiful designs using Shibori techniques on cotton fabric. All equipment and materials provided.

Register - Indigo Shibori

 

August 16: Last Night of Camp with Joe Imburgio and Casey Jost

Admission TBD
The only way to close out a memorable summer is with a talent show. Come enjoy the last night of camp with your counselors (and Impractical Jokers producers) Joe Imburgio and Casey Jost as they bring together a variety of comedians showcasing the breadth of this art form.

Online registration coming soon!

Participatory Budgeting

Participatory Budgeting

What is Participatory Budgeting?

Participatory Budgeting is a democratic process in which community members directly decide how to spend part of a public budget. It’s grassroots democracy at its best. It helps make budget decisions clear and accessible. It gives real power to people who have never before been involved in the political process. And it results in better budget decisions—because who better knows the needs of our community than the people who live there?

More than 1,500 cities across the world have adopted Participatory Budgeting (or PB), like Chicago, Boston, and Greensboro. To find more information on how the concept has worked elsewhere, visit Participatory Budgeting Project.

Through Participatory Budgeting, community members – like you – directly decide how to spend at least $1,000,000 of the public budget in participating Council Districts!

Learn more about Participatory Budgeting here.

 

Vote for the Staten Island Museum! 

Interactive Kiosks at the Staten Island Museum

Touchscreen display systems to provide further access to collections and wayfinding for museum visitors.

$38,733

How to vote online:

1. Visit www.pbnyc.org
2. Select your preferred language.
3. Enter your address to find your voting district.
4. Fill out the digital voter affidavit to confirm you can vote in PBNYC.
5. Enter your cell phone number and receive a text message with a verification code
(*standard messaging rates apply).
6. Enter your verification code when prompted
7. Vote for up to 5 projects!
8. Please complete the optional survey or click “Skip and submit my vote now”.
9. You’re done! Enter your e-mail address if you’d like to receive updates and results.

Click here to learn how to vote in person at one of the designated locations around the north shore of Staten Island.

To vote, you must live in a participating district and are at least 11 years old or at least in 6th Grade, or have volunteered as a Budget Delegate.

Imagination Studio: Printmaking

Intro to Tai Chi

Bird and Nature Walk: Bucks Hollow

Intro to Tai Chi

Super Science: Building Bridges

Bird and Nature Walk: Clove Lakes Park

A Celebration of Staten Island Women Writers

Con Ed STEM Days Out at the Staten Island Museum

Family Art Workshop: The Biggest Birds

Intro to Tai Chi

Staten Island Museum Celebrates Women Writers

Bird and Nature Walk: South Beach/Fort Wadsworth

GALA 2018

GALA 2018

Tickets    Journal Ad  Honorees  Committee

Staten Island Museum requests the pleasure of your company for the:

2018 Gala
Friday, May 18, 2018
7PM

Thank you to everyone who attending this year's GALA! Click here to see pictures from the evening. 

Gala Honorees

Staten Island Museum President and CEO Janice Monger with honorees Ralph Branca, Debbie-Ann Paige, Jee Ra, and Staten Island Museum Board Chair David Businelli. Photo by Bill Higgins. 

The Richmond County Country Club
1 The Oval
Staten Island, NY 10304

We have some unclaimed raffle items! Check your tickets and you might be a winner!

Let's Get Physical: YMCA and Silver Lake Package - 0181291

Spare Me a Bowling Pun: Rab's Package - 0181285

Entertain Me: Adult's Night Out Package - 0181285

Melissa Etheridge Tickets - 0181481

If you have the winning ticket, please contact Amanda at 718.483.7119

  • Tickets

    Purchase your table, journal ads, and tickets by clicking the ticket button below or by contacting Development Manager Amanda Straniere at 718.483.7119 or astraniere@statenislandmuseum.org

     

  • Honoring

    Ralph Branca, Debbie-Ann Paige, and Jee Ra
     

    Ralph Branca     Debbie-Ann Paige     Jee Ra
     







    Click on above photos to read full bios of the honorees.
    The event will honor individuals that epitomize a commitment to Staten Island: Former Museum Board of Trustees chair and CEO of Victory State Bank Ralph Branca; historian, educator, and professional genealogist Debbie-Ann Paige, and Jee Ra, principal of the Korean School of Staten Island and program director of the Korean Community Development Center. Please click on the photos to learn more about each honoree. 

  • Sponsorship

    Please consider supporting this major fundraising event by becoming a sponsor. Event sponsors receive recognition in a variety of ways, including in printed materials, pre-event promotion, and during the event, which is attended by more than 300 community influencers.

    Your sponsorship will significantly advance the Museum’s ability to serve the community, including thousands of schoolchildren.

    Please commit early to maximize your company’s visibility prior to the event! Full list and explanation of sponsorship opportunities.

    Sponsorship



    This year's gala has been generously supported by Victory State Bank, Con Edison, Dr. Janet Norton, Stop & Stor, and Bloomberg Philanthropies.

    Victory State Bank


Con Edison  Dr Janet Norton  



 

  • Journal

     

    The journal is an attractive, full color printed and bound catalogue. Each page features an item from the Museum’s vast collection, accompanied by sponsor names and logos. Pages will also be shown on screens throughout the event to an audience of 300 influential supporters and guests.

     

     

     

    Sample Journal Ad, Quarter Page, from the Staten Island Museum 2017 Gala

       

    • Auction Preview

      Coming Soon!

    • Event Committee

      Co-Chairs
      Oswaldo Peña
      Kashif Pervez

      Committee
      Virginia Allen
      Samantha Floyd Altmann
      Kathryn Aquino
      Victoria Cerullo
      Arielle Di Ciollo
      Kevin Drumgoole
      Dina Marie Filippini
      Gustavo Galván
      Cara Liander Gordon
      Sonya Keyser
      Nancy Myers Benbow
      Claire Regan
      Yolanda Rudich
      Jennifer Straniere
      Jaclyn Tacoronte
      Arlene Viviano
      Marilyn Zayfert

     

    GALA

    Imagination Studio: Into the Woods

    Super Science: Clues to the Distant Past

    Intro to Tai Chi

    Lunar New Year Celebration!

    Bird and Nature Walk: Mount Loretto Unique Area

    The Art (and Love) of Cocktails

    Intro to Tai Chi

    Family Art Workshop: Collage

    Bird and Nature Walk: Wolfe’s Pond Park

    Super Science: Crystals

    Intro to Tai Chi

    Bird and Nature Walk: Conference House Park

    Intro to Tai Chi

    Family Art Workshop: Shadow Puppets

    Bird and Nature Walk: Blue Heron Park

    Holiday Break Workshops

    Intro to Tai Chi

    Bird and Nature Walk: Great Kills Park Lark!

    Meditation 101

    Super Science Saturdays: Invent It!

    Impractical Jokers: Homecoming A new exhibition coming to the Staten Island Museum

    Intro to Tai Chi

    Bird and Nature Walk: Wolfe’s Pond Park

    Meditation 101

    The Edible Island Market

    Edible Island Market at the Staten Island Museum

    Intro to Tai Chi

    Bird and Nature Walk: Silver Lake Park

    Meditation 101

    Super Science: Light-up Helicopters

    Rentals

    Rentals

    Celebrate in style at the Staten Island Museum

    Whether it's a meeting, reception, workshop, concert, or celebration, the Staten Island Museum is the perfect place to host your next event. The unique location offers comfortable, flexible, and competitively priced spaces to accommodate a variety of needs. Single room, multi-room, or full building rentals are available. 

    Rentals include a Visitor Services team, operations support staffing, and optional technology packages. As an added feature, guided tours of the gallery are also available.

    The Staten Island Museum is ADA compliant and accessible by public transportation. 

    Schedule your site visit with the visitor Services Department by contacting RBushelle@StatenIslandMuseum.org.

     

     

    Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor 

    1000 Richmond Terrace, Building A, Staten Island, NY 10301
    Capacity: 350 
    Size: 9,115 sq. ft.

    Surrounded by beautiful gardens and majestic buildings, the Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor has spaces for both small and large scale events.

    Restored by Gluckman Tang Architects, this landmarked 19th century Greek Revival building blends effortlessly with innovative 21st century features. The award winning building, constructed in 1879 as a dormitory for the residents of historic Sailor’s Snug Harbor has beautifully reimagined, energy efficient, technology ready spaces. Onsite parking is available.

    Available spaces and specs

    Catering Services

    The Museum reserves the right to limit or restrict food and beverage selections.  
    Menus must be submitted to the Museum for review and approval.

    Preferred Caterer

    Catering By Framboise
    Main Office: 718.448.4252


     

    Contact

    For rates and availability, please contact:

    Renée Bushelle
    Manager of Visitor Services
    Phone: 718.727.1135 ext. 134

    Fill out my online form.

    Rentals

    Rentals

    Conference Services - Cultural Settings

    Whether it's a meeting, reception, workshop, concert or celebration, the Staten Island Museum has everything required to host a successful event.  Our unique locations offer comfortable, flexible, and competitively priced spaces to accommodate a variety of needs.  Rent one room, several rooms or an entire building. 

    The Museum’s conference service staff brings fresh thinking and seamless efficiency to your event.  Rentals include a Visitor Services team and operations support.  As an added feature, consider combining your rental with guided tours of the Museum’s galleries. 

    Multi-space rental discounts and technology packages are available.  The Staten Island Museum is ADA compliant and accessible by public transportation. 

    Whole building rentals are available for evening bookings.  Schedule your site visit with the
    Visitor Services Department.

     

     

    Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor 

    1000 Richmond Terrace, Building A, Staten Island, NY 10301
    Capacity:  350 
    Size: 9,115 sq. ft.

    Surrounded by beautiful gardens and majestic buildings, the Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor has spaces for small to large scale events.

    Restored by Gluckman Tang Architects, this 19th century Greek Revival building blends effortlessly with innovative 21st century features.  This award winning building, constructed in 1879 as a dormitory for the residents of historic Sailor’s Snug Harbor has beautifully reimagined, energy efficient, technology ready spaces. Onsite parking is available.

    Available spaces and specs

    Catering Services

    The Museum reserves the right to limit or restrict food and beverage selections.  
    Menus must be submitted to the Museum for review and approval.

    Preferred Caterer

    Catering By Framboise
    Main Office: 718.448.4252


     

    Contact

    For rates and availability, please contact:

    Renée Bushelle
    Manager of Visitor Services
    Phone:  718.727.1135

    Mailing Address:

    Staten Island Museum
    1000 Richmond Terrace
    Staten Island, NY 10301

     

    Edible Island Market

    Edible Island Market

     

    Tastes of the Season!

    Staten Island Museum, 1000 Richmond Terrace, Building A (Map)

    Saturday, December 2, 11am - 3pm

    Mmmm your way through a market full of delicious local and regional treats to give this holiday season! Since the farmer’s market season has ended, the Museum is bringing these artisanal tastes, bites, and gift-able take-homes indoors! Specialty items from the purveyors of mouthwatering edible goods, expertly curated by Staten Island Advance Food Editor, Pamela Silvestri, will be for sale at the Staten Island Museum’s Edible Island Market on December 2, 11am – 3pm.

    • Chef Dave Cavagnaro aka Farmer Dave  (artisan bread, holiday cranberry sauce, maple pumpkin muffins, coffee, and warm cider)
    Butter Me Up (flavored butters)
    Oko Farms (herbal teas and syrups)
    Cucina Theresa (signature salad dressing)
    Cast Iron Crumbs (slow roasted, seasoned bread crumbs)
    Beezy Beez (100% raw honey)
    Rawclates (handcrafted gluten free, kosher artisan chocolates)
    Pastry Lovers Choice (gourmet pastries)
    Joe Mozz (artisan cheeses, caponata)
    Ian Cole of Cole’s Dockside (New England Clam Chowder
    Nanny's Apple Patch (specialty apples)

    Shore-to-Shore Scavenger Hunt II

    Intro to Tai Chi

    Bird and Nature Walk: Conference House Park