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Ongoing Every Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday in June, July and August, Terhune Orchards on Cold Soil Road in Princeton will present its weekly Sips & Sounds and Weekend music series. Sips & Sounds is Fridays, 5-8 p.m. Enjoy wine and...
Ongoing   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...
After over a year of closure, the Hopewell Theater has set an opening date of Sept. 7. That date marks the anniversary of the theater's first opening four years ago in 2017, said Sara Scully, executive director and co-founder, in...
By Pam Hersh My favorite Princeton University graduation event is neither the commencement nor the baccalaureate ceremony, but rather a celebration that is a bit more obscure – and in a class all by itself. It is Class Day, which features...
Ongoing   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,...
Award-winning photographer Deana Lawson has recently been named the inaugural Dorothy Krauklis ’78 Professor of Visual Arts in Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts. A member of Princeton’s Program in Visual Arts faculty since 2012, Lawson’s appointment begins July...
The Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University announced more than $129,000 in awards to support the summer projects and research of 56 Princeton undergraduates. Although all first-, second- and third-year student-artists are eligible to apply, for many of...
Ongoing 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 kkantorski@aol.com     The Hillsborough/Millstone Municipal...
By Pam Hersh The bulletin board in Small World Coffee on Witherspoon Street is actually an art exhibit of index cards. The theme of the pop art is: What Have You Learned to Appreciate Because of COVID? The responses include sentiments...
The Arts Council of Princeton (ACP) unveiled a new community mural in Downtown Princeton titled "Hello World." Inspired by the new life brought about by springtime, this community mural encourages hope and celebrates seeing the light at the end of...
Ongoing The Hillsborough/Millstone Municipal Alliance for substance use awareness and prevention sponsors the Adopt-A-Highway clean up. Look for signs on Route 206. Volunteers are needed, age 18 and older, will clean both sides of Route 206 between New Amwell and Homestead Road....
By Andrew Freedman, MTBC Whether you prefer silly love songs or like that old time rock 'n' roll, music has been proven to – in the words of singer Bob Seger – soothe the soul. In fact, music has such a...
By Pam Hersh Andrea Goldsmith’s resume is intimidating – so much so that I almost persuaded myself to tune out rather than tune into a Princeton University Center for Jewish Life virtual lecture that featured her as a speaker. Just like...
Ongoing   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. Read full details at either www.tomatopatch.org/summer-programs, or register at https://campscui.active.com/orgs/KELSEYTHEATRE?orglink=camps-registration For more information, email projects@mccc.edu   McCarter Theatre Center's...
By Pam Hersh Like a good neighbor, the Arts Council of Princeton is there – to re-phrase a certain insurance company slogan. During these past 13 months, the Arts Council of Princeton (ACP), located only a block from my apartment,...
Ongoing   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...
By Pam Hersh Bob is back, not for long, but just long enough for Princeton to benefit from his wise and wry words, as well as his laser-focused ability to get things done by cutting through cliché-filled speeches and cutting...
EAST BRUNSWICK--Creating a space where young filmmakers can showcase their work to a larger audience, co-founders Emily Eng and Kevin Lin will hold their first EB Indie Film Festival. The film festival opens on April 28 for general submissions and...
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