With another weekend already on its way, you might be laying the groundwork for your Friday night plans. Whether you’re planning on kicking back and taking it easy or are eager to spend a night on the town, there’s no shortage of opportunity in the Capital City to keep your weekend booked up and busy. If you’re looking for some Friday fun with a creative flare, the Trenton City Museum has your covered with this month’s installment of Freedom Fridays.

October’s Freedom Fridays will be held on Friday, October 27th beginning at 7pm at the Trenton City Museum, located at 299 Parkside Avenue, Trenton, NJ 08606. This event invites guests to get an inside view at all the Trenton City Museum has to offer, including the galleries, gift shop, and a whole host of open mic performances to enjoy. This month’s featured performer is Andrew Condouris, a wordsmith and author who will be sharing with the audience. Admission for this event is only $5, and all proceeds go towards supporting the incredible work of the Trenton City Museum.

More than an open mic, Freedom Fridays events performers of all kinds and experience levels to share their gift with a dynamic audience of community members. Whether you are a poet, a singer, a musician, or any other type of artist, all are more than welcome to come to the stage and show off your incredible talents. If you aren’t up to performing, however, you are more than welcome to sit back, relax, and take in the show. If you do plan on performing, please be sure to show up a few minutes early to secure your spot! With no shortage of talent on display, this event is certain to once again prove to be a memorable evening of performance.

This event is hosted by the Trenton City Museum, one of Trenton’s premier destinations for arts, history, and culture. The Trenton City Museum boasts an impressive collection of art, relics, and memorabilia, allowing visitors to step back in time and learn more about the Trenton of the past. From the city’s rich industrial history to its role in arts, culture, and more, the Trenton City Museum’s unrivaled collection of artifacts unlocks a world of discovery for every member of the family. In addition to their collections, the Trenton City Museum is also host to a plethora of community events to get the community engaged and learning alongside friends and neighbors. If you’d like to read more about all the museum has planned for the upcoming season, please visit their website, linked here: TCM – Home.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more prior to the event, you can contact the Trenton City Museum at (609) 989-1191 or info@ellarslie.org for further details. An evening of curiosity and community awaits you, so don’t miss your chance to step up to the mic this Friday.

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