The Magic of Storytelling with Tchin

Tchin, a nationally known artist and educator of Indigenous arts and culture, will present a Native American storytelling and flute-playing demonstration. Through music and words, Tchin will tell stories portraying the creation of the world and how things came to be.

Free Admission

Click here for event registration or call 732-745-4489

Contact Information
  1. Middlesex County Department of Business Development & Education - Office of Arts & History
  2. 732-745-4489
Sun, December 08
2:00 pm — 3:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 12/08/2019 2:00pm 12/08/2019 3:00pm America/New_York The Magic of Storytelling with Tchin

Tchin, a nationally known artist and educator of Indigenous arts and culture, will present a Native American storytelling and flute-playing demonstration. Through music and words, Tchin will tell stories portraying the creation of the world and how things came to be.

Free Admission

Click here for event registration or call 732-745-4489

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STATEWIDE – The next time you receive your property tax bill, expect a friendly little message from your town officials explaining all the glorious money they are saving you. The governor has signed a bill that allows municipal officials to provide a laundry list of all the shared services they have engaged in with surrounding towns to cut down your bill, NJ 101.5 reports. This little ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 24, 2020

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The Jaffe Briefing - January 23, 2020

TRENTON – It’s impossible to argue that this country doesn’t have a gun problem. So why is the federal government trying to loosen its rules on those plastic guns made by 3D printers? That’s what New Jersey officials are trying to figure out, seething that the Trump Administration thinks it makes perfect sense to ease restrictions on that dreadful ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 22, 2020

BRIDGEWATER – It’s been 87 years or so since Prohibition was repealed, so Bridgewater officials figure it’s high time to update the municipal laws. And, so, the township council has finally gotten around to repealing one of its own Prohibition-era ordinances that bans local residents from purchasing booze on credit. The Courier News reports this law hasn’t ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 21, 2020

ATLANTIC CITY – Dreams of loose slots, aged ribeyes and shaken martinis drive many high-rollers to the Borgata for a night of fuzzy memories. But some of these aspiring revelers are ending up 45 miles away, smack in the middle of an Ocean County wildlife preserve; the only thing on the menu is them. NJ 101.5 reports the Waze app is directing tourists into the dark of the Colliers ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 17, 2020

ATLANTIC CITY - Hard Rock International has already invested $562 million to completely overhaul the former Trump hotel. And yesterday, in pledging another $15 million in investment - the Hard Rock CEO had one request to Atlantic City: Can you fix the damn traffic lights? The CEO complained that traffic lights have been out for two months on several blocks of Pacific Avenue, ...

New Jersey Date Night: Making the Most of Chinese New Year

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New Jersey Date Night is a series on NJ Flavor by relationship writer Craig Rogers.

Holiday festivities always make for a great date night, but have you ever celebrated the Year of the Rat? The animal changes annually, but the fun and flavor of Chinese New Year is always a constant. 

Beginning on Jan. 25, the lunar new year comes with lots of red paper decorations, couplets (the ...

Rutgers Takes Step In Forming Climate Action Plan

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Holloway was poised and professorial after being unanimously approved by a joint meeting of the Board of Governors and the Board of Trustees on Tuesday.

He was painstakingly measured as he ...

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He was most recently served as ...

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Greetings, Friends,  


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