If you’re on the hunt for a fun event to kick off the last weekend of 2022, look no further!
The Trenton City Museum will be hosting its last Freedom Friday of 2022 on Friday, December 30th. Guests are welcome to attend in person or virtually. The event will be hosted from 7-8 pm at the Trenton City Museum in Cadwalader Park (299 Parkside Ave, Trenton, NJ 08606). Admission is $5 at the door for those attending the event in person. If you hear virtually, you’ll be able to watch the event on the Trenton City Museum’s Facebook page, linked here: T.C.M. – Facebook. All are welcome to this fun-filled evening full of self-expression and community. If you’re interested in performing, come early to sign up for the open mic. Otherwise, sit back and get ready for an evening of incredible performances!
The MC for the evening will be Todd “Son of Black” Evans. The featured artist for this month’s event is Jazz Saint Cyr, a young up-and-coming performer. Jazz Saint Cyr is a singer, dancer, and actress with many talents. Although she’s only 15 years old, Jazz has mastered a variety of genres, including Gospel, Jazz, Broadway, Hip-Hop, Pop, and more. Her work has been enjoyed by listeners worldwide. With a career on the rise, Jazz has all the makings of the next big sensation. If you want to hear more from this star on the rise, this is a performance you won’t want to miss. You can check out some of Jazz’s performances on her Facebook page here: Jazz Saint Cyr – Facebook.
Freedom Fridays is a periodic event held by the Trenton City Museum. Each event features a headlining artist and a variety of open-mic performers. In addition, singers, poets, and artists of all backgrounds and experience levels are invited to hit the stage and show off their incredible talents. Freedom Fridays are an excellent opportunity to wind down at the end of a long week, enjoy a variety of live performances, and spend the evening immersed in the community.
The Trenton City Museum hosts a variety of exhibits, events, and educational opportunities throughout the year to connect the Trenton community and shed light on our city’s incredible past. The museum boasts a broad collection of Trenton-centric art, memorabilia, and artifacts related to the Capital City’s history. In addition to its historical collection, the museum also displays a variety of contemporary artists from the Trenton area. With our city at the core of everything they do, their presence serves as a fierce advocate for Trenton’s past and our future. The museum is constantly announcing new exhibits and events, so keep an eye out for the exciting happenings at Ellarslie.
If this sounds like a great start to your weekend, come out to the last Freedom Friday of 2022. If you have any questions before the event, please get in touch with the museum at (609) 989-1191 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information is available on the Trenton City Museum website: T.C.M. – Home. The lights are ready, and the stage is set; now, we’re missing you!