Common calendar, Packet papers, May 28




The Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber will return to hosting in-person events.

The first in-person event on the calendar is June 24’s Business After Business, which will be held at Arm & Hammer Park, home of the Trenton Thunder. The event will run from 5–7 p.m. and will include light appetizers and beer and wine. It is open to both members and non-members.

The summer calendar includes many in-person events:

·         Princeton Pitch Stop, a program of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Council, will be hosted by Grounds for Sculpture on July 13. This event will feature pitch presentations from various start-ups with real-time feedback from experienced investors including Sean O’Sullivan of SOSV and Kelly Ford from Edison Partners.

·         August Business After Business will be hosted by Ovation at Riverwalk on Aug. 18 and will include business networking.

·         The chamber’s signature monthly luncheon will return to its regularly scheduled day and time this September at the Princeton Marriott. The first lunch will be held on Sept. 9 and will feature James Hughes, distinguished professor at Rutgers University, who will speak about the post-pandemic economy.

Because many chamber programs require extensive pre-planning, the organization will continue to use a virtual platform for some events into the fall. The NJ Conference on Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion will be virtual on Sept. 30, and the NJ Conference for Women will use a virtual platform Oct. 28-29.

The chamber will follow all CDC, state, local and venue-specific guidelines regarding health and safety for all in-person events.

Registration for all Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber events is available at Details for upcoming events can be found on the calendar page.



Westrick Music Academy (WMA), home of Princeton Girlchoir and Princeton Boychoir, is currently enrolling students of all ages in a variety of music education classes.

For musicians in grades 3-12, there are a variety of classes for all levels.

In the Ukulele group class, students will build their musicianship while learning to play traditional songs on one the most delightful instruments.

Students can also take individual voice lessons to grow their singing and performance skills.

Adults can also take a beginner Ukulele class, learning basic chords and strumming techniques, or a Ukulele class for experienced players looking to hone their skills.

Westrick Music Academy also looks forward to hosting Camp Westrick this summer, which features voice training and performance with children’s choir directors, musical theater class, daily choir rehearsals, development of musicianship, games, and more.

For more information, visit





Any student who received special education services from the Lawrence Township Public School District’s Child Study Team and/or speech specialists, or disenrolled from the district, and was born in 1991 or prior, may obtain their special education records by contacting the Office of Student Services at 609-671-5430, or emailing Jennifer Tindall at [email protected], by Aug. 30.

After Aug. 30, these records will be destroyed by shredding as approved by the N.J. Division of Archives and Records Management.


The Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Mercer is offering book awards to college-bound Jewish students who reside in the Princeton Mercer Bucks community and surrounding areas.

The scholarships for academic books and supplies are awarded based on financial need, and students must be accepted and enrolled in a college or university for the fall semester 2021.

Applications for are due by July 1. Applications can be completed online at

For more information about the Book Awards and the application, contact Amy Zacks at [email protected] or 609-524-4374.


The Camp College summer youth program, located on the campus of Mercer County Community College (MCCC) in West Windsor, will be in full swing beginning June 21 with in-person camp activities all summer long for children ages 6-16.

Registration for courses is now in progress.

Camp College will roll out a new “Campus Kids Pods” program where groups of children stay together. This season, Campus Kids Pods will be divided into two sessions operating Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The first session runs from June 28 to July 15 and the second session runs July 19 to Aug. 12. Campers choose a specific age-appropriate pod per session, while staying together in small groups throughout the day.

“Specialty Camp” is also new this year. This format specifically pairs courses to create a weekly (Monday through Friday) full-day experience, with some limited programs offered as a half-day option. Campers combine study in a variety of stimulating subject areas that emphasize intellectual growth and skills development with the fun of recreational activities.

For detailed information about Summer 2021 Camp College including course descriptions, dates and fees, visit

The Princeton Farmers Market returns to the Franklin Avenue lot on Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. through Nov. 18.

Masks are required to be worn for all vendors and shoppers at the market, and while waiting in vendor lines practice social distancing and be mindful of others.

The market is authorized to accept SNAP/EBT cards and matches up to $10 on SNAP transactions, per eligible customer, per day. Those eligible for SNAP benefits can learn more at the Farmers Market table.

For a list of market dates, vendor information and more, visit

East Windsor Recreation Department Summer Camp registration is open.

Recreational day camps will be offered for students entering kindergarten through grade 8.

The 2021 camp format will be modified to adhere to federal and state health and safety guidelines.

The Explorer Camp is designed for campers entering kindergarten and grade 1 and will have two classes of 14 campers each per week.

The Adventure Camp is designed for campers entering grades 2-8. Grades 2 and 3 will consist of three separate classes of 14 campers each per week, and grades 4, 5 and 6 will consist of two separate classes of 14 campers each per week.

Traditional Travel Camp will not operate in 2021, but campers entering grades 7 and 8 will have the option of attending Adventure Camp which will consist of one separate class of 14 campers each per week.

Camp care for before and after care of campers will be available from 7-9 a.m. and 3-6 p.m. for an additional fee.

Online registration and payment is available via Community Pass.

The 2021 camp flier and program information are available online at

For more information, call 609-443-4000, ext. 225.

The Burlington County Farmers Market will continue weekly from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays through October at the Burlington County Agricultural Center on Centerton Road in Moorestown.

The market features a wide variety of locally grown fruits and vegetables, cheeses, meats, flowers, plants and baked goods, along with an assortment of handmade crafts.

Opening Day this year will also feature craft beer sales for the first time. The beer sales are permitted under a new law signed by Gov. Phil Murphy in February that allows the New Jersey Division of Alcohol Beverage Control to issue special seasonal permits to New Jersey breweries or wineries to sell their products at farm markets.

Beer sales will be for off-site consumption, though overage adults will be permitted to try a limited number of samples at the market.

In addition to shopping opportunities, each market day features live entertainment from area musicians. 

While COVID-19 capacity limits have been relaxed in recent months, customers and vendors will still be required to wear face masks or face coverings when attending the market.





The Brook Arts Center in Bound Brook kicks off its summer series on June 5 with Andy Gross (aka Split Man), who combines standup comedy, magic and ventriloquism.

On June 12, the Summer Music Series starts with Southern rock music from a Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute Band, Sons of Skynyrd.

Comedians John Moses, Kyle Ocasio and Adam Oliensis will perform July 16; Joe Matarese on July 23; Kevin Downey Jr. and Eric Potts on Aug. 7; Mike Marino on Aug. 21; Jessica Kirson on Aug. 27; and Don Jamieson on Aug. 28.

Live on the historic Brook Theater’s stage every weekend, indoors, are performances by Gypsy, A True Stevie Nicks Experience (July 17), Diamonds on the Moon (July 24), RAEL (July 31), Bark at the Moon and Head Motor (Aug. 14), The Ronstadt Revue (Sept. 4), The Best of Foo (Sept. 10), and The Black Cross Band (Sept. 11).

Social distanced seating. ADA accessible, concessions, and free parking in the lot.

Call 732-469-7700 or order online at

The theater is located at 10 Hamilton St., Bound Brook.



Friday, May 28 to Sunday, May 30

Labyrinth Books is holding is spring book sale May 27-30 at the Princeton bookstore, 122 Nassau St.

All books and gift items will be discounted.

May 27 is a preview day for members only.

May 28 is a fundraising day for Princeton mutual aid; instead of discounts, 15% of all sales will be provided to rescue services in the municipality.

Receive a free Labyrinth pen pouch with a purchase of $75 of more, while supplies last.

Labyrinth is also holding an ongoing food and clothing drive on behalf of Trenton Rescue Mission and Arm-in-Arm.

Store hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Thursday, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday to Sunday.

For more information, visit or call 609-497-1600.





Saturday, May 29

The Spirit of Princeton’s annual Memorial Day commemoration, taking place at Monument Hall, at 11:30 a.m. May 29, will feature no parade, but rather a wreath-laying ceremony and words of profound thanks to service men and women who sacrificed their lives for the United States of America.
Following the ceremony, Spirit of Princeton has arranged for a three-minute, community bell-ringing salute by Princeton University and three churches in town: Trinity, Witherspoon Presbyterian, and St. Paul’s. The bell-ringing tribute will present an opportunity for residents to contemplate the sacrifices by the men and women in the military, as well as by the healthcare and other essential workers who, during this pandemic, have sacrificed their lives to enable the rest of us to move forward.
For those unable to catch the event on Facebook Live, a link to the ceremony will be posted at and
Donations to Spirit of Princeton are encouraged to ensure the future of these community events. See the website for information on how you can “Get into the Spirit” by donating.
For further information, call 609-430-0144 or visit



View magnetic sun storms safely through a telescope equipped with special filters from 1-3 p.m. May 29 at Washington Crossing State Park, Titusville.

Observe sunspots, solar flares, prominences and other solar phenomena. Learn how these storms can affect the earth as well as other interesting facts about Earth’s closest star.

Jennifer and Dave Skitt and other members of the Amateur Astronomer’s Association of Princeton will lead this activity.

Clear skies required. Rain date is May 31.

Park vehicle entrance fee is $5.00 per car.

 For more information, call 609-737-0609.


Lawrence Township’s annual Memorial Day parade will begin at 10 a.m. May 29 from the Lawrence High School parking lot, then wind its way onto Darrah Lane to Birchwood Knoll and then onto Berwyn Place and back to the high school parking lot.

A registration form for parade participants is available on the Lawrence Township Recreation Department page on the township website at




Weekends, May 29-30 and June 5-6

In the magical village of Crossford – which Liberty Lake in Bordentown becomes this time of year – the faeries will gather to host their very own socially distanced Masquerade Ball as part of the annual New Jersey Renaissance Faire.

The story unfolds each morning at 10 a.m., with seven action-packed hours of interactive entertainment including knight jousts, sword fighting, fire breathing, aerialists, comedy, music, shopping in the Merchant Village of fine artisans, faire-food, and local craft beers and wine.

Special attractions include Shelli Buttons, the Righteous Blackguards, William Shakespeare himself, the swashbuckling Lords of Adventure, and Chaste Treasure.

Dates are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 29 and 30, and June 5 and 6, rain or shine, at Liberty Lake, 1195 Florence-Columbus Road, Bordentown.


Single day tickets are $25 for adults or $10 for children 5-12. VIP Season Pass (four days is $80.

Tickets are limited to 30% capacity.

For information, visit or



Sunday, May 30

Take part in a stream stomp from 1:30-3 p.m. May 30 at Washington Crossing State Park, Titusville. Meet at the Nature Center.

Open to anyone age 6 and older.

Come out for a wet hike the path follows a park stream in search of crayfish, salamanders, caddisflies, stoneflies, mayflies, frogs, minnows and other stream inhabitants.

Wear water shoes or old sneakers and be prepared to get wet at least up to the knees.

Park vehicle entrance fee is $5 per car.

 For more information, call 609-737-0609.


Cranbury Township will not hold its annual Memorial Day Parade, but a Memorial Day Ceremony can be viewed on the Cranbury Lions Club website at on May 30.



The 2021 season of the Brook Arts Center in Bound Brook continues with The Closet Carpenters performing the songs of the duo Richard and Karen Carpenter on May 30 at 7 p.m.

All seating is socially distanced with CDC safeguards followed.

Visit or call 732-469-7700 for more information on all shows and to order tickets.



Through Monday, May 31

The Somerset County Library System of New Jersey (SCLSNJ) continues its commitment to celebrating the diversity of Somerset County through cultural displays, programs and collections that explore perspectives and share experiences.

Throughout May, SCLSNJ is honoring the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, which make up approximately 19% of Somerset County residents.

In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the Manville branch, located at 100 S. 10th Ave. in Manville, created a display that focuses on geography, history and culture.

The display also features a family heirloom, a traditional Korean dress that belongs to Rosemary Kim, circulation supervisor.

In addition to the display at the Manville branch, SCLSNJ’s expert librarians have curated booklists that delve into the lives of members of the Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander communities.

For reading recommendations, librarian-curated booklists, and more, explore SCLSNJ’s blog at



Through Tuesday, June 1

The Hillsborough Dukes has opened registration for the 54th consecutive year for the 2021 Fall Football and Cheer Season.

Lady Dukes flag cheer is a free learn-to-love-cheer program for ages 5-7.

The Dukes tackle and flag football programs officially begin Aug. 2. Registration is free for both programs.

Cheerleaders who register early will receive a free Dukes fleece blanket while supplies last. There will also be a free football accessory for all players registered by June 1.

Free summer workouts will be offered to all.

For more information, visit


The Dr. Esther Wollin Memorial Scholarship Fund offers a scholarship opportunity available to Jewish female students who reside in the Princeton Mercer Bucks community.

Monies from Dr. Wollin’s estate were designated to grant a college scholarship to eligible Jewish female full-time students who will be, or are already attending Rutgers University and raised by their Jewish mother in a single-parent household in the Princeton Mercer Bucks Community.

Eligibility is based on financial need.

Submission deadline is June 1.

For more information or to apply, visit, or contact Joyce at 609-987-8100 or [email protected].


Stuart Country Day School’s Summer Camp registration is open.

Stuart is planning for an in-person and online camp experience for boys and girls ages 2-16 from June 7 to Aug. 6.

Campers will explore Stuart’s 55-acre wooded campus at 1200 Stuart Road, Princeton, develop new athletic skills, discover the artist within, hone their writing and leadership skills, and find their voices both on paper and on stage.

Summer programs are taught by Stuart faculty and coaches.

Sibling discount granted automatically beginning with the second child.

Lunch through the FLIK dining service.

Before and after care will not be offered out of an abundance of caution.

Register at


Summer programs at Princeton Day School (PDS), 650 The Great Road, Princeton, will be offered from June 14 to Aug. 9, with co-ed full-day and half-day programs for campers pre-K to Grade 12.

This year PDS varsity coaches will lead camps in squash, basketball and baseball.

Or, take part in Crazy for Clay, tennis, chess, other sports, water play and more.

New offerings include Piñatas & Parties, Bridges & Towers, and Puppetry & Storytelling.

Campers do not have to be PDS students to attend.

Pre-camp and extended day options are available.

Visit or call 609-924-6700, ext. 1342 for more information, or to register.



Tuesday, June 1 and Tuesday, June 8

Whenever a longtime executive director who has created a lasting legacy plans to retire or leave for another opportunity, it presents an enormous challenge to a nonprofit.

Independent consultant and BoardSource Senior Governance Consultant Susan Meier will share her decades of experience during “Succession Planning: Who’s Next?—Proactively Navigating Successful Transitions.” This two-part virtual session for nonprofit board members and executive directors will cover practices and emerging trends around executive succession planning and board leadership cultivation and will consider how to identify a diverse pool of candidates.

The sessions will take place on June 1 and 8 from 12-1:30pm.

To register, visit or contact NonProfitConnect Executive Director Allison Howe at [email protected] or 609-921-8893.



Tuesday, June 1 to Tuesday, Aug. 31

The original artwork for the children’s book “Baby Sees ABCs” will be on display at the Princeton Public Library from June 1 to Aug. 31 as part of the Letter Love exhibit.

A Pride Artist Talk will be held at 7 p.m. June 23 online.

An Artist Talk with Mic Boekelmann is planned for 7:30 p.m. July 20 online.

For the links, visit

The library is located at 65 Witherspoon St., Princeton.



Wednesday, June 2 to Sunday, June 20

The Princeton Festival’s 17th season, opening June 2, has an updated slate of musical and multi-genre performances plus eight free readings, lectures and interviews.

Tickets for seven virtual performances, which include four live-streamed concerts with in-person attendance options, are available for purchase at or by calling 609-759-1979. The website also includes information on eight free events.

Musical performances that have limited seating include:

  • Baroque chamber orchestra. Two different programs featuring Vitali, Vivaldi, Bach, Biber, Handel and other composers played on period instruments. Live-streamed; limited in-person seating available. Tuesday, June 8 and Thursday, June 10.
  • Opera by Twilight. Two different programs of arias and ensembles by Bizet, Puccini, Verdi, Lehar and more featuring eight outstanding vocalists. Live-streamed; limited in-person seating. Sunday, June 13 and Sunday, June 20.


There are also three virtual-only programs:

  • Concordia Chamber Players: Music by Jessie Montgomery, Honegger, Puccini, Françaix, and Wolf. Friday, June 4.
  • Piano competition finals. Various pieces played by top entrants from around the world. Winners announced at the conclusion. Sunday, June 6.
  • Dreaming/Undreaming. An immersive, multi-genre, interdisciplinary video based on stories by Jorge Luis Borges, commissioned by and created especially for the Festival by Chicago performance collective Kosmologia, Thursday, June 17.

All concerts begin at 7 p.m. except the piano competition, which starts at 3 p.m.

Ticketholders will be able to watch any of these concerts in recordings until the end of June.


There are now eight free talks and interviews on the schedule. Among the latest to be added:


  • Creating an Interdisciplinary Event on June 2, in which the artists’ collective Kosmologia explains how it built Dreaming/Undreaming for the festival
  • Artists’ Round Table on June 9, with musicians from the Festival’s Baroque Chamber Orchestra sharing the secrets of playing the repertoire.


A complete list of free events is available on the website.




Wednesday, June 2 to Monday, July 5

Art Speaks, a gallery show of paintings and photographs, opens June 2 at Small World Coffee, 104 Witherspoon St., Princeton.

The show by Art+10’s area artists covers a broad range of subjects using narrative and abstract art forms. Narrative art is distinguished from other genres in its ability to tell a story across diverse cultures.

These works can be seen at Small World in their “Walk Thru Gallery” during business hours.

The show runs through July 5, and all work is for sale.

Art+10 is a collective of working artists. Participating in Art Speaks are Gail Bracegirdle, Ryan Lilienthal, Deborah Land, Phyllis Wright, Jane Zamost, Betty Curtiss, Heather Barros, and Katja Reutyer.

For information call 609-924-4377 or visit


Thursday, June 3

The West Windsor Arts Council will hold a free storytelling workshop from 7-8 p.m. June 3 via Zoon.

Maureen Connolly-Hersh will lead a workshop on how to tell a story.

To register, visit



A Proud Heritage: The African American Presence and Contribution in the Sourland Mountain Region & Surrounding Area, will be presented virtually at 6:30 p.m. June 3.

The talk will be led by local historians Elaine Buck and Beverly Mills, award-winning authors of “If These Stones Could Talk” and co-founders of the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum.

Suggested contribution is $18 per household. Profits will be donated to the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum.

Register at

Co-Sponsored by Congregation Beth Chaim’s Racial Justice Task Force, Har Sinai Temple’s Social Justice Committee, Flemington Jewish Community Center, and Congregation Kehilat Shalom Racial Justice Working Group.


The Mercer County Park Commission announced the third year of “Eyes on Eagles” programming to celebrate the four pairs of bald eagles that nest in Mercer County, including two pairs that have chosen county parks for nest sites.

Two virtual “Eyes on Eagles” panel discussions will offer an even closer look at life in the nest on June 3 at 7 p.m. The Park Commission will air up-to-date video footage of the nest featuring two important stages in eaglet development.

During the Zoom-based program, expert panelists will supply commentary on eagle behavior, biology and conservation.

Registration is required by visiting!/activities/eyes-eagles

For the safety of the eagles, all viewing will be done from a distance. Bald eagles and many bird species are sensitive during their nesting season. Park patrons must remain on marked trails at all times; disturbance to wildlife will cause harm, where they may refuse to return in the future.

Local and regional wildlife photographers are encouraged to share their images of the breeding eagles through email or social media. Images can be emailed to [email protected] with the photographer’s name, or shared through social media by tagging or mentioning the Mercer County Park Commission on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. If posting pictures of eagles in Mercer County parks, tag the Park Commission and use the hashtag #capitalcountyeagles. Credit will be given to the photographers if outside photos are shared.

To learn more about bald eagle programming opportunities, visit or




The Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey will present a workshop titled “Implications and Treatment of the Long-Term Neurological and Cognitive Effects of COVID-19” at noon on June 3.

Identify long-term and neurological impacts of COVID-19; describe the lingering cognitive issues resulting from COVID-19 and useful strategies to increase function; and describe options for medical, rehabilitative and recovery programs for those individuals who have experienced long-term effects of COVID-19.

Presented by Dr. Carol Sonatore, Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital, and Jennifer Murphy, Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation.

Register at

The Brain Injury Alliance is located in North Brunswick.



The public is invited to enjoy live music in-person or virtually at 6 p.m. June 3 as singer-songwriter James Popik performs with The Supernova Band for the final show of the Sourland Mountain Happy Hour of the season.

 James Popik & The Supernova Band combine jazz, jam and rock to form what Popik describes as “festival jazz” – uptempo, danceable grooves.

In addition to Popik, Tom McMillan, Ben Cahill and Andy Janowiak will perform.

Danny Coleman will be the guest emcee.

This event will be the first in-person fundraiser that the conservancy has hosted since the 2019 Sourland Mountain Fest.

The suggested donation for the live event is $25. Sales will be limited to 30 tickets, and COVID safety guidelines will be followed.

The suggested donation for the virtual event is $10.

In addition to the music, registered attendees will receive special deals and discounts on their Happy Hour takeout supplies ordered in advance from event sponsors Sourland Mountain Spirits, Unionville Vineyards and Flounder Brewery.

Sourland Mountain Happy Hour will be held from 6-7 p.m. on June 3. 

Proceeds benefit the musicians and the work of the Sourland Conservancy.

For more information or to register, visit






Friday, June 4

Concordia Chamber Players is for back for its 17th season with a festival at 7 p.m. June 4 with works by composers such as Giacomo Puccini, Hugo Wolf and Jean Françaix.

The ensemble features Concordia’s artistic director and cellist Michelle Djokic; Alexi Kenney, violinist; Jonathan Moerschel, violist; and Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu, violinist.

For ticket information, visit



To promote child passenger safety, the East Windsor Police Department will hold child passenger car seat safety inspections for township residents, underwritten by a New Jersey Highway Traffic Safety Division grant. Participants will have their child car seats inspected to ensure proper installation and will receive educational materials on how to properly and safely restrain children passengers.

No appointment is necessary and COVID-19 safety protocols will be in place. A complete inspection of a child passenger car seat takes less than 10 minutes and will be conducted by nationally certified child passenger car seat technicians.

The program will be held at the East Windsor Township police/court building at 80 One Mile Road from 3-7 p.m. June 4, June 23, July 12, Aug. 3 and Sept. 23.



The Summer Youth Jobs Connection for Mercer County youth ages 16-24 is accepting applications through June 4.

Orientation will be held June 28 to July 1. The program runs July 6 to Aug. 27.

Pay is $12 per hour for the eight-week work experience. Transportation assistance offered.

To register, email [email protected] or call 609-989-6206.




Select dates, through Sunday, June 13

Somerset Valley Players, a nonprofit community theater in Hillsborough, has developed a virtual mini season of three consecutive shows.

“Four Weddings and an Elvis” by Nancy Frick streams June 4, 5, 12, and 13.

Tickets for each show will be $12 per device, available at

The SVP Spring Season of Comedy sponsor is Edgestone Realty’s Gilbert Gray, who has also appeared on the SVP stage.


Select dates, through September

Bring a blanket or a lawn chair and stretch out on the green next to Thomas Sweet at 183 Nassau St. in Princeton to enjoy a free evening performance by local bands.

Thomas Sweet expects to host live music every Friday and Saturday night from 7-10 p.m., weather permitting, through September.

The current schedule is:

June 5, The Counterfeits; June 25, BackTrack; June 26, Dragonfly;

July 10, The Counterfeits; July 17, BackTrack; July 24, Dragonfly;

Aug. 7, The Counterfeits; Aug. 14, RocBird; Aug. 21, Dragonfly; Aug. 27, BackTrack;

Sept. 4, Dragonfly; Sept. 18, BackTrack



Saturday, June 5


The Princeton Community Pride Picnic, a free, family-friendly event to celebrate Princeton’s LGBTQIA+ community with music, art, activities for kids, and more, will be held from 5-7 p.m. June 5 at Princeton Family YMCA, 59 Paul Robeson Pl., Princeton. 

Attendees will gather in the Princeton Family YMCA’s field to enjoy tunes from DJ Linda Leigh, make their mark on a collaborative community mural, take part in a variety of activities, and go home with giveaways.

Families are welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy on the grass, and local vendors including the bent spoon, Tico’s Juice Truck, and Milk & Cookies will be present.

Mayor Mark Freda and other local dignitaries will be in attendance, and local nonprofits will have tables with activities and information for attendees.

This free event is a community collaboration coordinated by the Princeton Public Library, Princeton Family YMCA, Arts Council of Princeton, HiTOPS, Princeton Civil Rights Commission, Corner House Behavioral Health and McCarter Theatre Center.

The Princeton Community Pride Picnic will follow current COVID-19 safety protocols. Attendees are expected to practice social distancing and wear a face mask when appropriate.




The Hillsborough Baseball League will hold its annual clothing drive fundraiser benefiting 12U’s Road to Cooperstown from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 5 at Mountain View Park, 141 Mountain View Road, Hillsborough, in the parking lot by the baseball fields.

Acceptable items include usable and wearable clothing for all seasons in all sizes, clothing, shoes packed in separate labeled bags;

Pocketbooks, belts, baby accessories, backpacks, hats, scarves, briefcases, gloves, ties, handbags;

Blankets, tablecloths, bed sheets, drapery, curtains, pillows, towels, quilts, comforters;

Stuffed animals, bicycles, scooters, toys 2 feet or less, car seats with base, and strollers.

Place all items in large black garbage bags.

The following items will not be collected: VCR tapes, CDs, books, box TVs, monitors, oversized play sets, outdoor play sets, workout or exercise equipment, appliances, furniture, lamps, house decor, board games, electronics, glassware, pots and pans, rugs, baby gear, hard toys, chair seats, cribs, hair dryers, mattresses, pack and plays, baby walkers, baby bath seats, and any toys with lead.


The Mercer County Improvement Authority will hold a household hazardous waste collection and electronics recycling event from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 5, rain or shine, at the John T. Dempster Fire School, 350 Lawrence Station Road, Lawrence Township.

Accepted materials include aerosol cans, used motor oil, propane gas tanks, pesticides and herbicides, car batteries, paint thinner, oil-based paint, stains and varnishes, gasoline, anti-freeze, driveway sealant, insect repellents, mercury, and fluorescent and CFL bulbs.

Accepted electronics include computers, printers, copies, fax machines, stereos, televisions and microwaves.

Prohibited items include latex paint, heating oil, infectious waste, radioactive materials, explosives or munitions, railroad ties, asbestos, tires, wood, fencing, air conditioners, helium or oxygen tanks, humidifiers or dehumidifiers, batteries and any unknowns.

No registration is required, just proof of Mercer County residency.

For more information, visit or call 609-278-8086.



The 30th annual Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton Golf Classic, presented by Sean’s Landscaping, will take place on June 14 at Cobblestone Creek Country Club, 2170 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville.

Each golfer will experience a full day of activities: greens fees with individual cart, scheduled tee time, use of the driving range, individual pre-packaged lunches with insulated lunch tote, refreshments and snacks throughout the course, complimentary gift, and a gift certificate to The Clubhouse at Cobblestone Creek Country Club (in lieu of dinner).

Tee times will be scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon.

There will be individual carts for each golfer.

For more information and to register, visit


Athleta Princeton & Apart Together in Motion are partnering to benefit Amazing Mutts Puppy Rescue.

Enjoy a 90-minute sampler class of kickboxing, Les Mills Core and yoga flow beginning at 9 a.m. June 5 at MarketFair Princeton, 3535 Route 1, Princeton, near the AMC and West Elm parking lot. Check in time is 8:45 a.m.

Children can participated in a guided Hula Hoopla led by instructor Angela.

After the fitness class, meet some of Amazing Mutts’ puppies who are looking for their fur-ever home.

Attendees also receive 20% off one full-priced item at Athleta.

Registration required with a minimum donation of $25 through Apart Together in Motion, benefitting Amazing Mutts:


The Lawrence Hopewell Trail’s Saturday Morning Walking Club will reconvene for its first group walk since last fall on June 5 at Village Park in Lawrence Township.

While the club traditionally gets together on the second Saturday of each month, June 5 is National Trails Day.

LHT Saturday Morning Walking Club members will meet in the large parking area at the Bergen Street entrance to Village Park for a 2.7-mile roundtrip walk at 9:30 a.m. on June 5. The walk will start at the parking lot and head north through the park along the LHT. Walkers will cross Keefe Road and continue into Mercer Meadows to the Pole Farm area, then loop back to return to the Bergen Street parking lot.

Everyone interested is invited to join the club by simply joining the walk.

The trail route is available at

 If rain forces the walk to be postponed, the LHT will post a new date on the LHT website,, by 8:30 a.m. June 5.

Attendees are welcome to wear masks, but given recent CDC guidance, they are not required.



Saturday, June 5 & Sunday June 6

Princeton Boychoir’s spring concert, Journey On, will premiere on June 5 at 7 p.m. with an encore performance on June 6 at 4 p.m. Both performances will be streamed on Westrick Music Academy’s YouTube channel.

This special concert will feature all three choirs singing music they learned during online rehearsal this spring. Journey On will include a variety of music traditions and will share the boys’ journey of joy and hope through song, reflecting on this challenging time while also looking to brighter days ahead.

Journey On will be led by Westrick Music Academy Education Director and PBC Music Director Fred Meads.

In lieu of tickets, there is a suggested donation of $10, but any amount is appreciated.

For more information, visit


Remember the legacy of Seward Johnson on June 5 and 6 at Grounds for Sculpture, 80 Sculptors Way, Hamilton Township.

From 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day, there will be live music, poetry readings, dance performances, a drum circle, self-guided tours, Atelier tours, a sing along and more to remember visionary founder, Seward Johnson.

Also, meet artists and staff of The Seward Johnson Atelier, plus have a chance to record stories, tributes and remembrances.

Hosted by the Johnson Family, The Seward Johnson Atelier, The Atlantic Foundation and Grounds For Sculpture.

For ticket information, visit

The Academic Theater and Dance Company of Kelsey Theatre at Mercer County Community College will present “The Romantics: A Devised Performative Collage” at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. June 5 and 6 at the theater, 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor.

Rain dates are 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. June 12 and 13.

Tickets are available online only at




Sunday, June 6

Good Grief’s annual 5K Run & Walk will return in person on June 6 at Giralda Farms in Madison.
There will be a 5K run, 2 mile walk, kid dashes, family activities, memorial wall and more.
For those who participate virtually, there will be virtual 5K courses and a livestream broadcast.
Good Grief teaches resilience and facilitates healthy coping in the lives of grieving children, families, students and communities. There are locations in Princeton and Morristown.

The Hightstown Youth Fishing Derby, part of the New Jersey “Hooked on Fishing-Not Drugs” program, will be hosted on June 5 by Hightstown Engine Co. No. 1.

Come to Peddie Lake from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Free registration on the day of the event.

Open to all ages; families encouraged. Participating youth under age 20 are eligible to receive giveaways and prizes. Must be present at the close of the event to receive a prize.

The event occurs on New Jersey’s Free Fishing Day, when no fishing license is required.

For more information, call 609-448-1245, or email [email protected]

Faith Lutheran Church of Hillsborough will hold an installation service for Pastor Jill Collict on June 6 starting at 9:30 a.m.

After the retirement of Pastor William Zimmerman and a year-long “call process,” Faith Lutheran’s invitation was accepted by Collict last summer. Collict and her dog Phoebe joined Faith Lutheran last September. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, however, Collict’s installation service was postponed.

To accommodate the full congregation and visitors, the installation service will be held outside at Faith Lutheran Church, 381 S. Branch Road, Hillsborough. Attending the service will be the Rev. Tracie Bartholomew, ELCA Bishop, New Jersey Synod.

Light refreshments will be served.

All are welcome.

Visit for more information.




Monday, June 7

Bridgeway Rehabilitative Services will hold its 2021 golf classic on June 7 at Echo Lake Country Club, 515 Springfield Ave., Westfield.
On course games. Putting contest. Tournament prizes.
Registration and breakfast start at 7:30 a.m. Shotgun start at 9 a.m. in a shamble format.
BBQ lunch will be served at 1:30 p.m.
The cost is $400 for individual golfers; foursome and corporate sponsorships start at $2,500.
Bridgeway serves those with mental illness across 10 counties in New Jersey. Proceeds benefit Bridgeway programs and recipients of services.
Contact Lisa Giannascoli at 908-635-7647 or [email protected] for early registration and information.
For more information, visit



Through Monday, June 7

“Antiques Roadshow” is going back on the road in 2021 to film all-new episodes in its continuing quest to discover America’s next hidden treasure.

Beginning in August, the show will visit five locations to film invited guests and their treasured items for Season 26. The show will film at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton on Oct. 6.

With a focus on health and safety, a modified production process this year features invitation-only filming on closed sets. Fans can apply to win an invitation to a filming location at

Entry deadline is June 7. No purchase necessary.

Prize has no monetary value and does not include transportation.

Must be 18 or older or have parent’s permission to enter, must be U.S. resident, must be available to attend with item.

Entrants agree to official rules at Winners selected at producer’s discretion. Restrictions apply.



Wednesday, June 9


Princeton Pecha brings local artists together to share their work in a virtual program inspired by PechaKucha, a lively, upbeat format created in Japan designed for more show and less talk.

Each artist shows 20 slides for 20 seconds each (about 7 minutes per artist), exhibiting for the audience an array of visual expression.

This iteration of Princeton Pecha will highlight area photographers from 8-9:15 p.m. June 9.

Featured artists will be Alan Chimacoff, Habiyb, Mary Leck, Craig Shofed, Brass Rabbit and Eileen Hohmuth-Lemonick.

For registration and more information, visit



Through Saturday, June 12

The Arts Council of Princeton is accepting proposals through June 12 for gallery exhibitions for the 2022 season.

The Arts Council’s Paul Robeson Center serves as a resource for contemporary art in central New Jersey. Through thought-provoking exhibitions and related public programs, the Arts Council presents artwork with a broad range of aesthetic, social, cultural and political themes.

To celebrate art’s power to lift out of darkness, the ACP’s gallery committee will place an emphasis on exhibition proposals that reflect a sense of optimism. Artists are encouraged to embrace the theme in any medium, literally or figuratively, through a realistic or abstract lens.

Interested artists should submit their proposal to 



Saturday, June 12


The Bordentown City Green Team will hold its 2021 Green Fair on June 12 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., rain or shine, at the Carslake Community Center, 207 Crosswicks St., Bordentown City.


There will be live music, children’s activities, eco-friendly goods, native plants and local food vendors.


Come and Whine at a wine tasting storytelling event held by the West Windsor Arts Council from 5-7 p.m. June 12.

The outdoor event will include a wine tasting with snacks, as well as storytelling.

For more information, visit


Keith Barry, world-renowned mentalist, magician and subconscious mind specialist, will appear at the Hopewell Valley YMCA’s first-ever virtual Spring Fundraiser on June 12.

Michael Markulec will be awarded the Larry Rothwell Social Responsibility Award named for Larry Rothwell of Pennington Quality Market. Markulec is a former Hopewell Township mayor who was instrumental in starting the free teen center at the Y.

He was liaison to the Hopewell Township Youth Advisory Board. He is a long-time volunteer and champion of Hopewell Valley wrestling and football clubs. He also served two terms as a member of the Hopewell Valley Regional Schools Board of Education.

Kevin Ryan will be honored with the Community Leadership Award. He has been an active member of the Hopewell community for over 33 years through many local sports associations including the Hopewell Valley YMCA sports and Special Olympics programming.

Through the Hopewell Valley Chapter of the Mid-Jersey Chamber of Commerce, Ryan started a high school scholarship program and to this day continues to help Big Brothers-Big Sisters of Mercer County. He contributes to the local community through the Pennington Business and Professionals Association, Economic Development Committee, and the Hopewell Valley Municipal Alliance.

Ticket sales will support the Hopewell Valley YMCA.

More information about this event can be found at


Princeton Mutual Aid (PMA), a grassroots group of neighbors helping neighbors, is hosting a community benefit concert at 7 p.m. June 12 with Redivivus Opera, a new woman-owned opera company in Princeton.

This inaugural concert will feature the talents of Kathryn Elliott, mezzo soprano, Rachel E. Sigman, soprano, and Laura Isabella, soprano, as they perform both operatic and musical theatre selections.

The concert will be livestreamed from the Pettoranello Gardens amphitheatre at Community Park North in Princeton.

For tickets sales, visit

Suggested tickets are $25 but are pay-what-you-can.

All proceeds will go directly to PMA, specifically helping fund a week of summer camp for children of single parents, emergency medical bill assistance for neighbors in need, and biweekly grocery deliveries for local immigrant workers and senior neighbors.




Diana Lee Santamaria will connect with families during a special outdoor program at Billian Legion Park, located near the Bound Brook branch of the Somerset County Library System, at 2 p.m. June 12.

Santamaria will host a Q&A session and share stories in English and Spanish.

Santamaria will read selections from her children’s picture book series DLee’s World, which includes “DLee’s Shapely Imagination: Bilingual Story” and “DLee’s Snow Day: The Snow Kids and Curious Cat – Bilingual Story.”

Billian Legion Park is located at 548 E. Main St. in Bound Book.

The rain date for the event is June 26 at 2 p.m.

For more information or to register, visit


A Summer Arts Fest with food, vendors, art and music will be held from noon to 4 p.m. June 12 at Weeden Park, Lawrenceville Elementary School and surrounding areas. Rain date is June 13.

In addition to more than 120 crafters and vendors, local restaurants will have meals for sale, and food trucks will be on site. There will be musical acts, a tricky tray, and the Lawrence Fire Company and Lawrence police will be there for meet and greets and will also have their fire trucks and police cars on site for children to enjoy.
The police will also be debuting and demonstrating their newly donated set of four drones.
The Lawrenceville Elementary School will also be getting in on the fun, with a “fill a bag” clothing and toy sale to support their PTO.
Additionally, a community-wide art project will ask participants to share what community means to them using their artistic skills, and the art created will be showcased along Main Street.

Sponsored by Lawrenceville Main Street, Lawrenceville Home Improvement, Complete Health of Lawrenceville, The Bank of Princeton, The Romberg Group and Berkshire Hathaway.

In addition, Windows of Hope 2021 will be Lawrenceville Main Street’s first “inside out” creative art exhibit on display through July 16 in the historic Village of Lawrenceville. It will feature talented contributors from all sectors of our community, including Home Front’s ArtSpace whose artists will display work at The Purple Cow Ice Cream Parlor.

Lastly, thanks to sponsors My Orthodontist and Morris Hall Senior Care Community, Music in the Park is back this summer. Join the free eight-week concert series in Weeden Park on Thursday evenings beginning on June 24.





Sunday, June 13

“Images from the Human Journey” will be performed by the Stretto Youth Chamber Orchestra outdoors from 3-4 p.m. June 13 in the lot of 300 Witherspoon St., Princeton (Homestead and Capital Health).
Stretto will present three short works by members of the ensemble and Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. 

This concert is free and open to the public. 





June 14 to Aug. 21

The Somerset County Library System of New Jersey’s (SCLSNJ) Summer Reading Challenge takes place from June 14 to Aug. 21.

Take the challenge at

Children can discover their next adventure through the Library System’s e-book collection at

Drawing tickets and prizes will be awarded at different reading milestones throughout the summer.

  • At 10 days participants will receive one virtual drawing ticket;
  • At 20 days participants will receive two virtual drawing tickets;
  • At 30 days participants will receive three virtual drawing tickets;
  • At 40 days participants will receive a reading recognition reward and one virtual drawing ticket;
  • At 50 days participants will receive five virtual drawing tickets;
  • At 60 days participants will receive a free book, a virtual drawing ticket, and an automatic entry for the golden ticket prize.

SCLSNJ’s Summer Reading Challenge is sponsored by the Somerset Patriots, NJ/NY Gotham FC, Somerset County Cultural & Heritage Commission, and the Somerset County Parks Commission.

Explore SCLSNJ’s collection at


Through Tuesday, June 15

The Historical Society of Princeton will present its first-ever virtual house tour through June 15. This signature event will feature on-demand, multimedia content for participants to navigate at their leisure throughout the entire month.

The tour will feature four unique homes, each a distinct example of its own time and style. Every house will offer an in-depth portal where participants can dive into videos and descriptive details room by room, including spotlights on the house’s history, distinctive furnishings and artwork, impressive remodels and restorations, and extraordinary architectural features.

Interviews with designers, architects, and artisans will shed light on the decision-making and painstaking work involved in preserving and updating a historic home.

This year’s virtual house tour will feature 2 Boudinot St., 20 Boudinot St., 8 Evelyn Place and 600 Pretty Brook Road.

Tickets start at $20 per screen.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit or call 609-921-6748, ext. 100.

Proceeds help fund the Historical Society’s core history education activities throughout the year, including collections stewardship, exhibitions, public programs, and co-curricular support for schools.




Wednesday, June 16

Author and illustrator Barbara DiLorenzo will digitally connect with students in grades K-5 for a virtual program at 2 p.m. June 16.

During the presentation, DiLorenzo will share the story “Quincy: The Chameleon Who Couldn’t Blend In,” which follows a chameleon that learns to accept his uniqueness on his journey to fit it.

To register, visit


The Arts Council of Princeton will present a virtual Bloomsday | Zoomsday event with Paul Muldoon, Joyce Carol Oates, Colum McCann, Jhumpa Lahiri, Sean Wilentz and friends as they share their favorite passages with virtual attendees.

Bloomsday is a commemoration and celebration of James Joyce’s life, observed annually in Dublin and around the world on June 16, the day “Ulysses” takes place in 1904, and named after its protagonist Leopold Bloom.

This free, virtual event at 5 p.m. June 16 is an opportunity for attendees to introduce themselves to a challenging and incandescent work — or to revisit an old favorite.

This event is free and open to the public and sponsored by the Princeton University Humanities Council.
Free registration is available at




Select Wednesdays

Twilight Walking Tours will be held by Morven Museum & Garden, Princeton, at 6 p.m. Wednesdays, June 16, July 21 and Aug. 18.
Visit Morven for an early evening docent-led stroll of our grounds to enjoy a combination architectural, historical and garden tour – and maybe even take the chestnut walk to view the famed Battle Monument and ring the USS Princeton bell next door.
Each month’s tour highlights a different era in Morven’s history. Sign up for one or all summertime tours.
June 16: American Revolution and the Stocktons of the 18th and 19th century
July 21: Helen Hamilton Shields Stockton and Robert Wood Johnson, Jr. at the beginnings of the 20th century
Aug. 18: The Governors at Morven, New Jersey’s First Governors Mansion
The cost is $10, or free for members.
Group size is limited. Registration required by day before.

For more information, visit



Thursday, June 17

YWCA Princeton Area Newcomers & Friends holds Social Coffee as a way to learn about the organization, meet members and find opportunities to explore interests and community.

The sessions are held from 9:30-11 a.m. every third Thursday of each month unless there is a holiday conflict. The next scheduled date is June 17.

This will be a virtual gathering via Zoom.

For more information, email [email protected]  or visit


The Somerset County Library System of New Jersey (SCLSNJ) and Rutgers University will partner for two virtual programs that explore the history of Juneteenth and local popular culture.

The first program on June 17 at 7 p.m. will examine the history of Juneteenth, the annual commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. Juneteenth became an official holiday in New Jersey on Sept. 10, 2020.

The program will be presented by Lacey P. Hunter, professor of African American studies at Rutgers University.

For more information or to register, visit


The second virtual program on Aug. 30 at 7 p.m. will examine local popular culture archives including the New Brunswick Music Scene Archive, New Jersey Regional Zine Collection, and New Jersey Beer Collection.

For more information or to register, visit


In addition to exploring these archive collections, discover SCLSNJ’s historical and community memories archives at


Mercer Street Friends will honor its 2021 Leadership Award recipients during a ceremony at 5 p.m. June 17 at the organization’s food bank in Ewing. The public is invited to watch the awards via livestream by visiting on the evening of the event.

Honorees include Corporate Leadership and Public Service Award: Mitch Livingston of NJM; Educational Leadership Award: Bernadette Trapp, principal of Luis-Munoz River Community Middle School, and Jeannette Harris, principal of Benjamin C. Gregory Elementary School; Generational Leadership Award: Kyle Tatum, a senior at The Lawrenceville School; Philanthropic Leadership Award: Princeton Area Community Foundation; Robert M. Appelbaum Service Award: John Spears, managing director of Tweedy, Brown Company LLC and (posthumously) Jack Espenshade, Mercer Street Friends Food Bank volunteer.


Friday, June 18

Join Congregation Beth Chaim for a special Shabbat service on the eve of Juneteenth, or “Freedom Day,” a nationally observed, official state holiday celebrating the anniversary of federal troops’ arrival in Texas in 1865 to free the enslaved people there, more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation.

With special guest preacher Pastor Kahlil Carmichael of Live Well Church in nearby Windsor, join in prayer and reflection at 8 p.m. June 18 on the meaning of freedom, celebration and the American duty to work toward justice for all.


To attend in person, visit 329 Village Road E. in Princeton Junction.

To attend virtually, email [email protected] for Zoom information.



Through Friday, June 18

The Hopewell Township Police Department will hold its Youth Police Academy this summer for any Hopewell Valley resident presently completing the seventh or eighth grade.

Class times are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 16-20. Graduation will be held at 6 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Hopewell Township Municipal Building, 201 Washington Crossing Pennington Road, Titusville.

The classroom curriculum will include such topics as criminal law, arrest search and seizure, criminal investigation, traffic stops/motor vehicle law, physical fitness training, the court system, juvenile law, crime prevention, evidence collection and patrol practices. There will be demonstrations on the use of police equipment, radar and drug identification.

Application are available for pickup at the Timberlane Middle School Main Office, 51 S. Timberlane Dr., Pennington; the Hopewell Township Police Department in the same complex as the municipal building; or at

All applications must be completed and returned to the Hopewell Township Police Department no later than 4 p.m. June 18.

The class will be limited to 20 students.

COVID-19 protocols will be in place (mask usage, social distancing, sanitizing, etc.). If it becomes necessary to cancel the academy as a result of COVID-19, enrollees will be notified immediately.

Questions should be directed to Sgt. Louis Vastola at 609-737-3100, ext. 5320.


Through Saturday, June 19

The Arts Council of Princeton is exhibiting a collection of paintings, pen and ink drawings, and photography works by Leslie Vought Kuenne through June 19 at the council building, 102 Witherspoon St., Princeton.

Kuenne produced outdoors in plein air, in her Princeton studio, at the Arts Council, and at her summer home in Vermont.

Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Free and open to the public.

For more information, visit 



Saturday, June 19


Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton Foundation’s We Vs. C Committee will hold this year’s fundraising event, The Tree of Life, benefitting the Holistic Program at the Cancer Center, from 6-9:30 p.m. June 19.

The evening will be a celebration with entertainment, cultural rituals, seasonal cuisine and unique beverages.

A limited number of in-person tickets may be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis, dependent on the current Executive Order. The location is Brick Farm Tavern, 130 Hopewell Rocky Hill Road, Hopewell.

There will also be a virtual experience for those who choose not to attend in person.

Additional information, along with sponsorship, special message and ticket details, can be found by visiting



Through Sunday, June 20

The West Windsor Arts Council issued an open call for artists for the “Well-Being Ourselves: Reflect, Re-imagine, Connect” exhibit.

Explore well-being in a time of growing awareness of mental health, including emotional, psychological and social aspects.

Art should envision new ways of being that are relational, fight stigma, dismantle able-ism, and uphold disability justice.

For more information, visit



Sundays, through June 20

McCarter Theatre will hold concerts in Palmer Square, Princeton, from 4-6 p.m. Sundays, through June 20.

R&B, rock, pop, jazz, swing, Reggae, Latin and country music will be performed by local musicians who are making their McCarter debuts.

No tickets or advance registration required. 

Bring your own food and drink from vendors around Palmer Square.

Concerts are free and open to the public.

Parking will be available in the downtown garage, or there is metered parking on the street.

For up-to-date information, visit





Through Monday, June 21

The Hightstown Cultural Arts Commission invites local artists to help residents celebrate Hightstown’s 300th anniversary through the creation of a 2022 wall calendar that will feature photos of historic sites in the borough alongside the chosen artistic interpretations of how the sites appear now.

Visual artists are invited to view historic photographs of Hightstown, choose one or more to render in paint, pastel, pencil, or another medium, and depict how the site appears today.

The rendering may be done in any size, but ultimately featured interpretations will be reproduced the size of the historic photograph that inspired the artwork.

Calendars will be available for purchase in October.

Completed art is due on June 21.

To review the historic photographs, visit and complete the simple form indicating interest.

For more information, email [email protected]


Monday, June 21 to Sunday, June 27

Burlington County Restaurant Week will kick off on the first day of summer on June 21 and continue through June 27.

During the week, participating restaurants will be highlighted by the Board of Commissioners and senators on the county website and on social media.

Several food establishments will have special offers and discounts throughout the week. Some will offer fixed price meals and discounts. Others may feature special menu items.

The goal is to promote and support county restaurants and their employees and showcase their importance to Burlington County’s communities.

There is no fee or cost to participate. Interested restaurants can sign up by completing an online form seeking basic information and any specials or discounts they plan to offer during the week. Restaurants do not need to have specials or deals to participate.

The form is available at

For a full list of participating restaurants, visit the Burlington County Restaurant Week website at and follow the commissioners and senators on Facebooks for posts and video featuring some of the delicious dishes and specialties local restaurants are preparing.



Saturday, June 26

The Bordentown Historical Society will present its annual History in Bloom Garden Tour from noon to 5 p.m. June 26; rain date is June 27.

Plein Air artists will be painting views of the gardens.

A landscape architect with expertise in native New Jersey trees and plants will answer gardening questions.

Tickets may be purchased in advance at

Or, tickets may be purchased the day of the event at the Friends Meeting House, 302 Farnsworth Ave., Bordentown, which is the start of the tour.

The cost for members is $18, or for mon-members $20. Children ages 8-16 are $10; children under 8 are admitted free.

For more information, contact Patti Reaney at 609-410-6057 or [email protected]. Or, visit

All participants must wear a mask and socially distance in all gardens.


The Hopewell Public Library will hold the Hidden Gardens of Hopewell tour from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 26, rain or shine.

Locations include 105 W. Prospect St., 115 W. Broad St., 1 Eaton Ct., 9 Ringos Mill Dr., 41 Aunt Molly Road and 65/84/86 E. Broad St.

Tickets are $25, or $30 the day of the tour.



Monday, June 28

Morven Moments: The 4th of July will be presented at noon on June 28 via Zoom.



June’s lunchtime private tour inside Morven with Docent Kim Gallagher discusses the events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence, in and around Morven, and includes the “big reveal” of this year’s special 4th of July celebration.
Live Q&A follows the tour.
For more information, visit




Through June 30


The Hopewell Valley Arts Council seeks artists, artisans and creatives ready for an eco-art challenge at its newest community event: The Junkyard, an upcycle art exhibition.


The Junkyard will run from July 23-25 at Woolsey Park in the Titusville section of Pennington, and will feature artwork created out of discarded or unwanted items destined for the landfill by Team Challenge participants as well as established professional and eco-artists.
Additional features include The Kids Zone for artwork created by children and youth; The Green Zone for informative and educational environmentally-related displays; and The Marketplace where vendors will sell artisan and environmentally-related items.


Artwork will be judged by a panel of artists and will be awarded first, second and third place, and Honorable Mention for their entire display. Individual special awards will also be given to the best entry in each of the four challenge categories.


Registrations will be accepted until June 30. Register online at There is no geographic residency requirement for participation.
There is a small participation fee for non-members.
Team Challenge opportunities are limited, and participants will be considered on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Although not mandatory, artists are encouraged to be present during public viewing hours as much as possible to promote the artwork and answer visitors’ questions. See the Hopewell Valley Arts Council website for additional registration details and set-up and take-down times.


For more information, and registration, visit







Monday, July 5


Cranbury Township will hold its Independence Day fireworks event in Village Park on July 5.

Details will be announced.


The Friends of the Jacobus Vanderveer House will host Bedminster’s Field of Honor at River Road Park.  

The tribute will celebrate the nation’s independence, and honor all those who have served the country with pride and dignity, with a display of over 200 American flags in the north field of River Road Park along Route 202/206 in Bedminster beginning through July 11. 

On July 10, the community is invited to stroll through the Field of Honor, picnic on the grounds, listen to live music by the White House Wind Symphony and enjoy historic demonstrations from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Purchase or adopt a flag to honor a hero. Flags are $40 to adopt and $60 to purchase. Adoptions and purchases include a personalized dedication that will be listed on the website and in the event program.

As part of our Field of Honor display, attend The Jacobus Vanderveer Houses’ reopening at the Field of Honor Celebration on July 10 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bring a blanket or lawn chair.

This community event is free to the public.

July 10th Field of Honor® Celebration Schedule:

12:00 pm: Patriotic musical performance by the White House Wind Symphony

11:00 am-2:00 pm: Blacksmith demonstration by a Billy Barrett

11:00 am-2:00 pm: Spinner demonstration by Mayra Petretti

11:00 am-2:00 pm: Lace Making demonstration by Lois Macknik

Additional Family Friendly events throughout the day

For more information and to adopt a flag please visit our website. Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please visit for more information.

Proceeds from the flag sales and event will support the general operations and maintenance of the historic Jacobus Vanderveer House.


July 22 to Aug. 6

The 2021 Mercer County Senior Art Show will be held virtually from July 22 to Aug. 6.

The closing reception and award ceremony will be held from 1-2 p.m. Aug. 6 via Zoom. Artists will be notified of the Zoom code closer to the reception date.

For more information, contact Cheryl Reed at 609-989-6899 or [email protected]




Friday, July 23 to Sunday, July 25

The Hopewell Valley Arts Council will hold The Junkyard, an upcycle art exhibition, from July 23-25 at Woolsey Park in the Titusville section of Pennington.
The Junkyard will feature artwork created out of discarded or unwanted items destined for the landfill by Team Challenge participants as well as established professional and eco-artists.
Additional features include The Kids Zone for artwork created by children and youth; The Green Zone for informative and educational environmentally-related displays; and The Marketplace where vendors will sell artisan and environmentally-related items.
For more information, visit


Wednesday, July 28

New Jersey elementary school teacher and author Katrina Moore will present a virtual program celebrating the book birthday of “One Hug,” a story that explores the “many ways we embrace our loved ones, at 2:30 p.m. July 28.

Moore will engage with library customers by building excitement about literacy and participating with the audience in a group discussion and inclusive activity.


For more information, or to register, visit

Through August

Westrick Music Academy will launch its third year of Camp Westrick for rising fourth through ninth grade boys and girls, which features voice training and performance with children’s choir directors, musical theater class, daily choir rehearsals, development of musicianship, games, and more, Aug. 2-6 from 9 a.m. to noon.

There are no audition requirements.

The camp location will be announced at a later date, with possibilities for fully virtual, fully in-person or a hybrid of both being considered.

For more information about camp, the organization, or to schedule an audition, visit, or call 609-688-1888.



The Somerset County Library System of New Jersey (SCLSNJ) and Rutgers University will partner for a virtual program on Aug. 30 at 7 p.m. that will examine local popular culture archives including the New Brunswick Music Scene Archive, New Jersey Regional Zine Collection, and New Jersey Beer Collection.

For more information or to register, visit






Saturday, Sept. 11

The Mercer County Improvement Authority will hold a household hazardous waste collection and electronics recycling event from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 11, rain or shine, at the John T. Dempster Fire School, 350 Lawrence Station Road, Lawrence Township.

Accepted materials include aerosol cans, used motor oil, propane gas tanks, pesticides and herbicides, car batteries, paint thinner, oil-based paint, stains and varnishes, gasoline, anti-freeze, driveway sealant, insect repellents, mercury, and fluorescent and CFL bulbs.

Accepted electronics include computers, printers, copies, fax machines, stereos, televisions and microwaves.

Prohibited items include latex paint, heating oil, infectious waste, radioactive materials, explosives or munitions, railroad ties, asbestos, tires, wood, fencing, air conditioners, helium or oxygen tanks, humidifiers or dehumidifiers, batteries and any unknowns.

No registration is required, just proof of Mercer County residency.

For more information, visit or call 609-278-8086.


Cranbury Day and the Helene Cody 5K Race will be held on Sept. 11.

Details will be announced.




Saturday, Oct. 9

The National Alliance on Mental Illness will hold its 2021 walk, NAMIWalks NJ Your Way: A United Day of Hope, virtually on Oct. 9

For more information, visit


Through Sunday, Oct. 31


The Mercer County Park Commission is accepting reservations for the five county-owned picnic areas for the 2021 season.

The West and East Picnic Areas in Mercer County Park, Rosedale Picnic Area in Mercer Meadows, Princeton Country Club Picnic Area in West Windsor and Valley Road Picnic Area in Hopewell Township are open to in-county and out-of-county residents.

Users will only be able to make their reservations online; the Park Commission will not permit walk-ups or any in-person reservations.

Available dates for the picnic season run through Sunday, Oct. 31.

Due to the popularity of the picnic grounds, the Park Commission highly recommends creating a Community Pass account before the opening date if a user does not have one already. For returning users, the Park Commission suggests revisiting your account and ensuring credentials are accurate.

Reservations will be made automatically on a first-come, first-served basis. Weekend dates are among the most popular; no date is guaranteed.

For a link to the online Community Pass reservation system, visit!/facilities/picnic-areas/. Interested parties should have either a MasterCard or Visa card ready to make a reservation.

For more information, call the Recreation and Events Center at 609-443-8560 or visit


Through November 30

East Windsor encourages community groups to participate in the 2021 Township Adopt-A-Spot Program.

Under this program, participating groups “adopt” a public property and keep it clean during the year. A placard is erected on the site indicating that it has been “adopted by” with the name of the group.

The groups are expected to perform cleanup three times per month through Nov. 30.

To participate, interested groups should send a letter to East Windsor Clean Communities Committee, ATTN: Mayor Janice S. Mironov, 16 Lanning Blvd., East Windsor 08520.


Continuing events


Princeton Girlchoir (PGC) and Princeton Boychoir (PBC) are now auditioning new choristers for the 2021-22 season.

Any child entering grades 3-12 this fall is welcomed.

Both choirs are programs of Westrick Music Academy (WMA).

Classes will focus on choral skills, ensemble building, music theory, sight reading, song writing, rhythm training and more. In addition, the choirs have a full year of events and performances planned.

Interested singers have the option to have a live audition via Zoom, or submit an audition video. Auditions for new choristers are scheduled throughout the month of June, but interested singers are encouraged to apply early.

To learn more about the process or to schedule an audition, visit



The Bordentown Historical Society needs a female theatrical storyteller for its award-winning Harrowing History performances.

Looking for a woman who likes to perform, dress up in period costumes and entertain people.

Send a message with contact information to [email protected]


The collaborative oral history project, Voices of Princeton, is seeking to preserve community members’ pandemic stories.

This collecting initiative is being led by the Princeton Public Library and the Historical Society of Princeton as part of the Voices of Princeton project.

Community members can record a conversation with a family member, friend, or neighbor, or can record a monologue reflection. Comprehensive instructions, including technology tips and question prompts, are available in a pandemic oral history guide on the Voices of Princeton website. No oral history experience or special equipment is needed.

Questions probe reflection on pandemic life, including day-to-day activities, emotions, family, activities, new hobbies, coming out of isolation, vaccination, and hopes and plans for the future.

All recordings will be archived at the Historical Society of Princeton and will be made available on the Voices of Princeton website. Stories already shared over the past year are available now as part of the COVID-19 Collection on the Voices of Princeton website.

For more information, visit





Mercer County Community College has opened registration for in-person summer Tomato Patch program, its dance, theater, vocal and visual arts programs at Kelsey Theatre.

For more information, email [email protected]


McCarter Theatre Center’s Resident Producer Debbie Bisno presents “The Manic Monologues.”

This initiative brings to life true stories submitted by resilient people across the world living with mental health challenges, performed by a celebrated cast of actors and enhanced by interactive design and technology.

To watch, visit




Saint Peter’s University Hospital in New Brunswick has launched the Substance Abuse and Addiction Loss Support Group for families who are coping with loss due to addiction.

The free and confidential support group meets virtually on the second Thursday of every month from 7-8:30 p.m.

Inspired by Saint Peter’s Opioid Task Force, the Substance Abuse and Addiction Loss Support Group is for families and close loved ones of people who have passed away from addiction.

The support group is open to everyone in New Jersey and serves as a safe space for families to discuss their grief.

To join the Substance Abuse and Addiction Loss Support Group, call Jeanne Delacruz, a social worker at Saint Peter’s who facilitates the support group, at 732-745-8522 or email [email protected]






The Anshe Emeth Community Development Corp (AECDC) Central Jersey Diaper Bank is collecting baby clothing sizes newborn-2T, diapers and books.
Donations can be picked up if within Middlesex County. Volunteers from the Rutgers School of Nursing will arrive between 10 a.m. and noon on the day indicated.
At this time, no shoes, equipment, toys, etc. can be collected.

Hopewell Theater’s reopening plans will focus on ensuring the comfort of patrons.

Staff members are collaborating with health officials and industry professionals to create a safe environment for a future reopening.
Residents can share their input, confidentially, on reopening plans by taking a survey at




The Princeton Public Library is increasing the number of mobile hotspots available to borrow starting March 19, and will also begin lending Chromebooks that day. Kits containing both devices may also be borrowed.

The additional devices are part of an ongoing effort to expand internet access to cardholders who do not have connectivity at home, a service that became vital to the community when the library building closed at the start of the pandemic last March.

There will be five hotspots, 10 Chromebooks and 10 kits available to borrow.

The library began circulating six mobile hotspots last summer and also extended the reach of its free high-speed WiFi to cover all of Hinds Plaza.

Library cardholders may borrow a mobile hotspot or Chromebook for two weeks. The hotspots can support up to 15 simultaneous connections with unlimited 4G LTE service. Cardholders will be able to request a mobile hotspot, Chromebook or kit through the online catalog, by phone or in person.

Cardholders will be required to sign a lending and internet-use policy agreement prior to checking out a device. A parent or guardian must sign the agreements for cardholders under the age of 18.

Additional details about borrowing devices at Princeton Public Library can be found at 


NAMI In Our Own Voice (NAMI En Nuestra Propia Voz) is a program by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) New Jersey chapter geared toward community education and reducing the stigma of mental health, as trained volunteers share their lived experience of mental health recovery.

To schedule a presentation at a school, PTA meeting, congregation, town hall, support group or professional training, email [email protected]

Presentations are available in English and Spanish.




Westrick Music Academy (WMA), home of Princeton Girlchoir and Princeton Boychoir, is currently enrolling students of all ages in a variety of music education classes, exploring new and engaging ways to build and strengthen musicianship skills.

For musicians in grades 3-12, there are a variety of classes for all levels. Learn how to relax and strengthen muscles while focusing on the slow, deep breathing used in singing with Yoga for Singers. In Musical Theater Fun, young artists will engage in activities focused on singing techniques, character development, acting skills and dance/choreography in preparation for a final showcase performance. In the Ukulele group class, students will build their musicianship while learning to play traditional songs on one the most delightful instruments.

Adults will also find opportunities for musical growth with WMA. In Group Ukelele for Adults, learn basic chords and strumming techniques.

WMA also looks forward to hosting a Comedy Improv Workshop this term. This highly interactive, one-day class is open to anyone of any experience level.

Find more information on WMA’s music education programs, register for a class, or learn more about WMA’s flagship choir programs at




Central Jersey SCORE, a non-profit resource partner of the Small Business Administration, is looking for volunteers to assist people looking to start a business or grow an existing small business.

The organization is recruiting business owners and executives, both current and retired, who want to share their experience and knowledge with today’s up-and-coming entrepreneurs.

The Central Jersey Chapter of SCORE serves Middlesex, Somerset and Hunterdon counties.

Central Jersey SCORE provides in-person mentoring and webinars, both offered virtually in line with current pandemic restrictions. In addition, the SCORE website offers tools and templates on a wide variety of topics and numerous online courses and webinars to assist small business owners through every aspect of business development and management. Services are offered free of charge.

Anyone interested in volunteering with SCORE or seeking additional information should email [email protected]



French American School Princeton (FASP) is accepting enrollment.

At FASP, students in preschool (3 years old) through grade 8 benefit from a rigorous bilingual curriculum accredited by the Middle State Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools and the French Ministry of Education; personalized attention thanks to small class sizes; and a multicultural community with more than 30 nationalities represented.

FAPS is located at 75 Mapleton Road, Princeton.

Visit, call 609-430-3001 or email [email protected].


McCarter Theatre Center presents Fireside Chats to “spark” conversation in the community.

Filmed on the front lawn of the Princeton theater, student activities, Pulitzer Prize-winners, local business owners and others are interviewed by Artistic Director Sarah Rasmussen.

To catch up on past episodes or to subscribe to the free YouTube channel, and to be notified when new episodes become available, visit




Cranbury residents age 55 and older can exercise via Zoom.

Classes meet on both Mondays and Thursdays from 10-11 a.m. with instructors Helen and Robin. Zoom opens at about 9:45 a.m. so that members can talk with the instructor and other participants before class.

On the Township of Cranbury website there is a tutorial on how to use Zoom, prepared by the Cranbury Library.

To join, contact Connie Bauder, who will forward three registration forms to complete and return before being sent the invitation to join class.

There is no charge to participate.

Request and send completed registration forms to Bauder at [email protected]

The Township of Hillsborough is working with Town Planner to produce a 250th anniversary edition of the color printed 2021 calendar, which will be mailed out to every residence in Hillsborough.

This year, the twist is historic pictures to commemorate Hillsborough’s 250-year history. Individuals interested in submitting photographs for consideration can email their high resolution image to [email protected]. There is no guarantee any photo will be used.

A photo release will need to accompany the picture. The photo release form is found at

The printing of the calendar is funded through the various advertisements contained within the calendar. Contact Jim O’Dowd at 973-650-2736 or [email protected] for more information regarding advertising.


Westrick Music Academy (WMA), home of Princeton Girlchoir and Princeton Boychoir, is currently enrolling students of all ages in a variety of music education classes, exploring new and engaging ways to build and strengthen musicianship skills.
Young singers in grades 1-2 looking to develop their singing voice and music skills are invited to join Poco Voce. This non-performing music class explores the young singer’s voice. During each lesson, children will focus on tone development and fundamental musical skills, through fun and engaging games and activities.
For musicians in grades 3-12, there are a variety of classes for all levels. Improve piano skills, explore how four chords make up the majority of popular music, or add color to a vocal performance with improv – all from the comfort and safety of your home.
In a group setting, students enjoy social interaction and regular informal performance opportunities as their skills grow. Or take an individual voice lesson to grow singing and performance skills.
Adults will also find opportunities for musical growth with WMA, exploring the piano as more than a solo art form.
For more information on WMA’s music education programs, to register for a class, or to learn more about WMA’s flagship choir programs, visit



Dove Hospice Services of New Jersey seeks compassionate volunteers to provide support to local hospice patients and their families.

Hospice patient care volunteers visit with patients in their homes, which can also be nursing facilities or assisted living facilities, at least once a week. They read to the patient, reminisce about their lives, play cards, help with letter writing and provide respite for caregivers.

Visits can be virtual, and are either during the day or early evening.

Volunteers may also assist with administrative work within the hospice office.

Patient care volunteers complete an application and attend a virtual volunteer training program that covers the role of a hospice volunteer. Day and evening virtual training programs are offered.

To sign up for the next virtual training class, contact Volunteer Coordinator Deborah Adams at 732-405-3035 or email [email protected].

Hillsborough Parks & Recreation is offering an Independent Study Center designed for families looking for an appropriate setting for their children where they can work independently on their remote learning assignments and participate independently in their remote classrooms, while being supervised by a combination of recreation staff, college students and substitute teachers.
It is the student’s responsibility to complete their work, though if students seek assistance, staff will give a helping hand.
Toward the middle part of the afternoon when students begin completing their work, such activities will be provided for the students like board games, movies, internet time and outdoor activities, weather-permitting.
Students in grades 2-8 can join from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays at the municipal complex, 379 S. Branch Road, Hillsborough.

The Mercer County Solidarity Network (MCSN) is a new mutual aid group designed to connect people in need throughout Mercer County with people who can help meet those needs.

The group is looking for individuals, families and businesses who would like to donate their time, resources or goods/services with people who have been affected by the pandemic and who request support. There is no minimum obligation – donors can specify whatever they feel they can provide and the group will match donors with individuals who have expressed a related need.

To sign up as a donor, visit or email [email protected].


Toastmasters International is a nonprofit educational organization that promotes communication, public speaking and leadership.
The Toastmasters Club in Hillsborough holds virtual meetings on the first and third Thursdays of the month beginning at 7:15 p.m.
To attend, email [email protected]
For more information on Toastmasters International, visit



Co-Dependents Anonymous Step Study Meeting. CoDA is a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. Meetings are held every Friday evenings. The 24 Club, The 1860 House, 2nd floor, 124 Montgomery Road, Skillman. For more information, email [email protected].

VFW Meetings: Monthly meetings of the Hillsborough Memorial VFW Post 8371 are held the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. in the Somerset County Hillsborough Senior Center, 339 S. Branch Road. The post’s mission is Veterans and Military Support, Youth Scholarship Activities and Community Service. All veterans with foreign service are welcome as members to assist the post in achieving its mission. For information regarding membership, post activities or the youth scholarship programs, contact Commander Tom Cellilli via phone or text at 908-255-3669.

Alzheimer’s caregiver support group: Following the guidelines of the Alzheimer’s Association, the Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group is “a safe place for caregivers, family and friends of persons with dementia to meet and develop a mutual support system.” The group meets the first Monday and second Wednesday of each month at the Bridgewater United Methodist Church, 651 Country Club Road, Bridgewater. All are welcome.

Free weekly support groups: Carrier Clinic hosts free weekly support groups on the campus throughout the year. These support programs include:

Weekend Codependency Program, Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Bright Futures for Kids, Sundays, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Parents Support Group, Mondays, 7-8:30 p.m.

Mood Disorder Support Group, Thursdays, 7:30-9:15 p.m.

For more information about these or other services and programs available at Carrier Clinic, visit or call 908-281-1513. For more information, visit

Midweek meals: The Wednesday midweek meals held in Asbury Hall, at the United Methodist Church of Bound Brook, have started back up. All seniors are invited for a full course meal for $4. Bring friends and family to enjoy a meal and fellowship.

Pop Warner: Calling all 5-7 year olds. Hillsborough Dukes Pop Warner is offering free Flag Football registration to first time players, including instructional and safe environment with fun training activities to teach core skills. Every child plays every game and the Dukes are the only organization that requires coaches to be USA Football Heads Up Certified. There are no tryouts or team drafting. Visit to register. For more information, contact [email protected].

Coping with addiction: Parents of Addicted Children helps parents understand and cope with drug problems they are facing, and will face, with their children. Meets first and third Monday of month, 6:30-7:30 p.m., at Neshanic Reformed Church, 715 Amwell Road.

Alzheimer’s support group: The Alzheimer’s Association has a support group in Hillsborough. Family members and caregivers come together to share information and support in a safe, confidential atmosphere. Meetings are the third Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Brookdale Hillsborough, 600 Auten Road. Call 908-431-1300.

Mothers of Preschoolers: MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) meets from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Fridays at the Fellowship Bible Church building, 109 New Amwell Road. The group says it meets to “laugh, cry and embrace the journey of motherhood.” Sponsored by Crossroads Community Church, it hears speakers, has a craft or project and lots of conversation and refreshment. Child care is provided. For information, see Registration fee is required.

Divorce support group: A nondenominational support group to help separated and divorced people to a new beginning. The group meets the second and fourth Tuesday of the month from 7-8:30 p.m. at Hillsborough Presbyterian Church, Route 206 at Homestead Road. Call 908-295-6740.

Swim lessons at HRC: The Swim Academy at HRC, located at 30 Brower Lane, Hillsborough, is offering swim lessons for all ages and levels. Call HRC Fitness at 908-359-3600 to register or visit for class schedules.

Send items to [email protected]. The deadline for submissions each week is 5 p.m. on Tuesday. For details, call 732-358-5200.