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Friday, 14 November 2008 09:40

Figge Art Museum members are invited on Saturday, November 22, 2008 to the Festival of Trees Watch Party where they can watch the Festival of Trees Holiday Parade from the Art's Café at the Figge. Free hot chocolate and cookies will be served.


Members can purchase party guest passes for friends and family at the Figge admission desk from November 10 through the day of the event. Guest passes are: $8 ($5 for kids 12 and under) and includes admission to the museum or $2 and does not include admission to the museum.

 

The holiday membership sale will also start on November 22 and runs through December 30. Gift memberships are a great way to share the Figge with a
friend, family member or colleague. Figge members enjoy special benefits
all year, including:

  • Unlimited free admission
  • Discount on classes and trips
  • Invitations to members-only events, including member previews, watch parties and brunches
  • Newsletters and museum mailings with information about upcoming
  • exhibitions and events

Gift Membership Rates
Household $50
Individual $35
Senior/Student/Educator $25

For more information call us at 563.326.7804×2007 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

About the Figge Art Museum
The Figge Art Museum actively serves the public by promoting appreciation and creation of visual art through education, and by collecting, conserving and exhibiting art. The museum collection includes more than 3,500 paintings, photographs, sculpture, and works on paper from the 16th century to the present.

 

During your visit to the museum, we encourage you to explore our expansive galleries, special exhibitions, and the Family Activity Center. For an in-depth experience, we offer a variety of art classes, gallery talks and lectures. Each year, several special events--from film presentations to family days—are held at the museum and expand on the themes of the exhibitions. 


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