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McCarter's April Calendar of Events

04/03/2011

McCarter Theatre
91 University Place
Princeton, NJ
 
(609) 258-2787
www.mccarter.org
 
 
Friday, April 8 – 8pm
Terence Blanchard Quintet
$42 & $46
For more than a quarter century, trumpeter/ composer/bandleader Terence Blanchard has celebrated his native New Orleans in music. In his return to McCarter, his quintet will not only play from his latest CD Choices but will also be joined by 30 student musicians from the University‘s Orchestra and Concert Jazz Ensemble in the suite from his Grammy Award-winning A Tale of God’s Will (A Requiem for Katrina), written for Spike Lee’s epic documentary When the Levees Broke.
 
Tuesday, April 12 – 8pm
Nacho Duato’s
Compañía Nacional de Danza 2        
    
In its two previous appearances at McCarter, Nacho Duato’s company of young dancers (ages 18 to 21) blew the audience away on both occasions. Duato is a choreographer of international renown; every dance company of consequence has something of his in its repertoire.

 
Saturday, April 16 -11am
Dan Zanes
$23
Grammy Award winner Dan Zanes is a family music phenomenon
 
Saturday, April 16 – 8pm
Cinematic Titanic
$28 & $33
The Creators and Stars of Mystery Science Theatre 3000 Bring the concept of MST3K to the McCarter Stage — LIVE!
 
April 29 – June 5, 2011

A new musical!
Sleeping Beauty Wakes
Book by Rachel Sheinkin
Music by Brendan Milburn
Lyrics by Valerie Vigoda
Directed by Rebecca Taichman

Time: Tue - Thur - 7:30pm
Fri - 8:00pm
Sat - 3:00pm & 8:00pm
Sun - 2:00pm & 7:30pm
$20-$70
When a young beauty whose father claims she’s been sleeping for centuries is brought to a sleep disorder clinic, all the patients begin to find themselves sharing a familiar fairy tale dream. Two members of the pop trio GrooveLily have collaborated with Tony Award-winning book writer Rachel Sheinkin, and the result is an intoxicating new musical that offers a delightful twist on this favorite fairy tale. With beguiling characters, hypnotic lyrics, and a rocking score, this musical about a father, a daughter, and an unlikely suitor dives into the magical space between dreaming and waking.
 
Saturday, April 30 – 7pm
Dark Star Orchestra
$32 & $35
The “gold standard” of cover bands, the Dark Star Orchestra ecreates historic Grateful Dead set lists with compelling and uncanny accuracy. Each night, this Chicago-based band decides on performing one show from the over 2,500 that the Dead performed during their 30-year tenure as the fathers of improvisational rock.
 
 

Valid from 04/03/2011 to 04/30/2011

McCarter Theatre November Calendar of Events

11/01/2010

Monday, November 8 – 8pm
Chris Botti
SRO

If this decade has produced one true jazz superstar, it’s trumpeter Chris Botti, and the heat he’s generated has scarcely cooled down five years after his first solo album in 2005 became the best-selling instrumental CD of that year—as has every CD he has subsequently released, including To Love Again (2005), Live With Orchestra (2006), Italia (2007), and his latest, In Boston, which was atop the Billboard charts for 46 consecutive weeks. His past two McCarter concerts both sold out in a matter of days—and you can bet this one will as well.
 
Tuesday, November 9 – 8pm
Mary Black
25th Anniversary Tour

Tickets start at $39; students: $15
A living legend in her native homeland, Mary Black is the "Joan Baez of Ireland"—that nation's finest vocalist, whose quarter-century career has spanned from Dublin folk clubs to nine platinum CDs. A seminal figure in Irish musical history, she has a proprietary way with material, wearing it like a second skin and investing it with the breath of life and total conviction. Heartfelt and uncalculated, and never straying far from her traditional roots, her work is grounded in passion and respect.
 
Wednesday, November 10 – 8pm
Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet

Tickets start at $40; students: $15
A relative newcomer to the New York dance scene since its founding in 2003, Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet has wasted no time in making its mark on dance audiences. Its sixteen dancers specialize in the work of emerging choreographers around the world, combining daring athletic movement and integration of ballet into contemporary and popular forms. Their McCarter debut will include Crystal Pite’s Ten Duets and excerpts from Ohad Haharin’s Decadance, plus other works.
 
Thursday, November 11 – 8pm
Pink Martini

Tickets start at $50; $10 student SRO
In 1994, pianist Tom Lauderdale founded a “little orchestra” in Portland Oregon to provide background music for political fundraisers, and he named it Pink Martini. While studying at Harvard, he later met a singer named China Forbes—and the rest, as they say, is history. The “little” band is now 12- strong, and its inspiration is drawn from the romantic Hollywood musicals of the 40s and 50s, but with a global perspective. Its multilingual repertoire blends diverse genres like jazz, Latin, lounge, and classical, all shaken and stirred with cinematic influences, driving rhythms and exotic vocals (by Forbes, who can sing in 15 different languages!) A typical Pink Martini concert spans the globe, from Cuban rumba and Parisian café tunes to Carnival disco. Which helps explain how their four CDs (the latest of which is Splendor in the Grass) have sold over 2 million copies worldwide.
 
Monday, November 15 -8pm
Pinchas Zukerman, violin & viola
Yefim Bronfman, piano

Tickets start at $46; $10 student SRO
The only thing better than one virtuoso in recital is two, and this pair of master musicians is collaborating for only five joint recitals next season—and we’ve got one of them. For over forty years, Pinchas Zukerman has maintained a prodigious presence around the globe as violinist, violist, teacher, and conductor (of Canada’s National Arts Centre Orchestra in Ottawa). Yefim Bronfman joined Emanuel Ax on two pianos at McCarter in 2008 and returns to join his colleague in sonatas for both violin and viola by Mozart, Beethoven, and Brahms.
 
Friday, November 19 – 8pm
Saturday, November 20 – 8pm
Princeton’s Famous TRIANGLE SHOW

World Premiere Performances
FAMILY FEUDALISM – A Royal Revue!
 
Lower the drawbridge and raise the moat for a night of knights at Castle McCarter! Kings, Queens and Knaves are all headed for a royal flush as Princeton’s Famous TRIANGLE SHOW celebrates its 120th year armored-up in a first-ever medieval revue. With brilliant music, lyrics and laughs by Tiger Town’s best and brightest, the Feud gallops on stage in a flourish of Princeton pageantry fit for a musical-comedy coronation.
 
Ticket start at $22
Students & Kids: $10  

McCarter Theatre
91 University Place
Princeton, NJ  08540
(609) 258-6524

 
 
 

Valid from 11/01/2010 to 11/21/2010

Princeton Recreation Department's Fall Winter Activities Calendar of Events

10/02/2013

www.princetonnj.gov/F-W-2013-2014-Brochure.pdf

Valid from 10/02/2013 to 12/31/2013

West Windsor Community Farmers Market Fall Calendar of Events

09/15/2011

 

West Windsor Community Farmers Market Calendar of Events

Events at the Market through October include:           

 

SEPTEMBER 17:

·      MUSIC: Bob Mecklenburger           

·      RESCUE MISSION OF TRENTON: SMALL HOUSEWARE AND CLOTHING DRIVE

·      WWCFM COOKBOOK EVENT AND SALE: Cooking demo at 10am with Dorothy Mullen featuring recipes from “What Our Friends Like to Eat” Cookbook. On sale for $20 each.

·      WWAC (West Windsor Arts Council): Suminagashi           

·      FOWWOS: (Friends of West Windsor Open Space)

·      MASSAGE: The Touch that Heals           

 

SEPTEMBER 24:

·      WWWBPA (West Windsor Bike and Pedestrian Alliance): Learn to Ride a Bike

·      MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON: Blood pressure screening

·      YES, WE CAN: FOOD DRIVE TO BENEFIT THE CRISIS MINISTRY OF PRINCETON AND TRENTON

·      MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON: Blood pressure screening

·      MASSAGE AND CHIRO: Align Health & Wellness           

 

OCTOBER 1:

·      SUSTAINABLE JERSEY WORKSHOP: Hear how the West Windsor Market was organized and has run for the past eight seasons. Market Tour starts at 10am followed by talks from Market Board of Directors and West Windsor Twp officials.           

·      WWBPA: West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance

·      WWAC: West Windsor Arts Council Farmers Market Art Show

·      FOWWOS: Friends of West Windsor Open Space

·      MASSAGE: The Touch That Heals

 

OCTOBER 8:

·      MUSIC: The Escapees

·      WWAC: West Windsor Arts Council presents the art of Andy Warhol           

·      MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON: Blood pressure screening

·      YES, WE CAN: FOOD DRIVE TO BENEFIT THE CRISIS MINISTRY OF PRINCETON AND TRENTON

·      MASSAGE: Align Health and Wellness           

 

OCTOBER 15:

·      MUSIC: Odessa Klezmer Band

·      RESCUE MISSION OF TRENTON: SMALL HOUSEWARE AND CLOTHING DRIVE

·      MASSAGE: The Touch That Heals

·      FOWWOS: Friends of West Windsor Open Space

 

OCTOBER 22:

·      MUSIC: Reverand Slap Jaw

·      WWBPA: West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance           

·      MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON: Blood pressure screening

·      YES, WE CAN: FOOD DRIVE TO BENEFIT THE CRISIS MINISTRY OF PRINCETON AND TRENTON

·      MASSAGE: Align Health and Wellness           

 

OCTOBER 29: LAST DAY OF MARKET!

·      HALLOWEEN PARADE: Come to the Market in your costume and join us for a Halloween Parade at 10:30am!

·      MASSAGE: The Touch That Heals

 

 

 

The Market is located in the Vaughn Drive Parking Lot of the southbound side of the Princeton Junction Train Station, one mile from the Alexander Road and Route 1 intersection. Parking is free. For directions to the market, visit the website at www.westwindsorfarmersmarket.org. For more information, call 609 933-4452 or email wwcfm@yahoo.com.

 

 

Valid from 09/15/2011 to 10/30/2011

YWCA Princeton's 2012 Calendar of Events

12/01/2011

For your convenience, please find attached our 2012 Calendar of Events and newest class listingVisit our English as a Second Language Multicultural Center, our Breast Cancer Resource Center, our Nursery School, and campus. Come see everything we offer to the Mercer County residents and beyond! 


Valid from 12/01/2011 to 03/01/2012

Mercer County Connection June Calendar of Events

06/02/2010

N.J. NOTARY OATH FILING - Thursday, June 3rd- 3:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Did you recently receive your certification to become a notary, or need to renew your outstanding certificate?                  
If so, you need to be properly sworn in by the County Clerk’s Office in order to officially become a notary. Come            
to the County Connection today to be sworn in as a NJ Notary.  The cost is $15 and payment can be made via check,       
money order, or credit card.
 
MERCER COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Tuesday, June 8th from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Representatives from Mercer County Community College will be at the Connection to distribute information about
signing up for classes, types of courses available for all ages, and the summer programs.  Representatives will be available
for any questions you may have concerning the college. It’s never too late to further an education or to take a non-credit
course for fun.
 
MERCER COUNTY SURROGATE WORKSHOP- Wednesday, June 9th from 10 - 11 a.m.
Mercer County Surrogate, Diane Gerofsky, will be at the County Connection to present information on:    
Administration of Estates, Probate of Wills, Living Wills, Powers of Attorney, and much more.  Please join us              
for this informative presentation.  Call to reserve your space today; 890-9800.
 
MERCER COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION: FREE LEGAL CLINIC -- LAWYERS C.A.R.E. 
The Public Education Committee of the Mercer County Bar Association present: “Lawyers C.A.R.E.”.  This is a         
free 15 minute consultation with an attorney, Thursday, June 10th from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.  Everyone is seen 
on a first-come, first-served basis.  Attorneys will be available to answer questions regarding:  Family Law, Real       
Estate law, Landlord/Tenant Law, Personal Injury Law, Wills and Estates, Bankruptcy, Criminal Law, and         
Municipal Court Law.  Please call 609-585-6200 for more information.
 
CONSUMER AFFAIRS – Monday, June 8th and Friday, June 25rd from 11a.m. – 3 p.m.
Experiencing difficulty with a local business? Do you need information on how to avoid Credit, Home
Improvement, Automotive, or Internet Fraud?  A representative from the Mercer County Consumer Affairs
Commission will be at the Mercer County Connection to answer your questions.
 
BARBARA BROMLEY: ASK THE GARDNER:  Thursday, June 17th from 10:00 - 12:00 p.m.
Using the right fertilizer on your flowers, vegetable garden, and lawn is essential if you want healthy, fast growing plants. 
Using the wrong fertilizer can be damaging to both your plants and the environment.  Join Barbara as she discusses
fertilizer formulas, soil testing, advantages and disadvantages of organic and synthetic fertilizers, liquid vs. granule
fertilizers, and much more.  Call 890-9800 to reserve your space!
 
SENATOR LAUTENBERG REPRESENTATIVE - Tuesday, June 22nd, from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
A representative from the office of Senator Frank Lautenberg will be at the Connection to meet with
constituents.  If you have any questions or concerns you would like to speak to the Senator’s office
about, please come to the Connection to have your concerns addressed.
 
FREE LEGAL SERVICES FOR SENIORS 60+ - First Wednesday of Every Month from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Mercer County Legal Services for the Elderly will be at the Connection the first Wednesday of every month to offer
advice and/or provide representation in non-fee-generating civil matters.  Pre-screening is required and you must
have an appointment to meet with a representative.  Please call 609-695-6249, ext. 2411 for your appointment. 
 
S.H.I.P. – Available Fridays by Appointment Only
The State Health Insurance Assistance Program (S.H.I.P.) provides free help to NJ Medicare beneficiaries who have
problems with, or questions about their health insurance.  Come to the County Connection and meet with a
counselor to receive the information you need.  Call 609-890-9800 for a Friday appointment. 

Valid from 06/02/2010 to 07/01/2010

Historical Society of Princeton's Calendar of Events

06/21/2010

CALENDAR OF EVENTS


The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542
STONY BROOK: GATEWAY TO PRINCETON EXHIBITION
On view at Bainbridge House until Sunday, July 4, 2010, Audiences will be given an in-depth view of the history of this early Princeton settlement through its people, including landowners, field workers, Native Americans and Quakers; land use and the role of agriculture through the 20th century; and significant events, such as the Battle of Princeton. Contemporary issues of open space, historic preservation, and the environment will be explored throughout the exhibition as HSP presents the evolution of this area and its continued vitality and importance today. The exhibition is free and open to the public. www.princetonhistory.org.
 
The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542: July 20 to August 22, 2010
WHAT IS WORK?: A CHILDREN’S GALLERY EXHIBITION  TOUR OF THE RECESSION HITS HOME:  UNEMPLOYMENT IN CENTRAL NEW JERSEY
What do grownups do all day at work?  How do you become a fire fighter, lawyer, or teacher?  Is play a kind of work?  HSP’s Curator of Education, Jennifer Jang, addresses these questions through an interactive gallery tour for children ages 6-12.  Children will be guided through HSP’s summer exhibition and engage in a hands-on, age-appropriate activity.  Perfect for summer camp groups, family reunions, and homeschoolers!  The tour is offered in conjunction with HSP’s summer exhibition, The Recession Hits Home:Unemployment in Central New Jersey.  Groups are limited to 20 children; cost is $3/child.  To schedule a group tour, please call 609-921-6748, x100 or email Jeanette@princetonhistory.org. www.princetonhistory.org.
 
The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542: June 20, 2010, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
WALKING TOUR
Enjoy a 1.9 mile, two-hour walk around downtown Princeton and the University campus as you learn about historic sites in the area, including Bainbridge House, Nassau Hall, the University Chapel and Palmer Square. The early history of Princeton, the founding of the University, the American Revolution: these are just some of the stories from Princeton’s history that you will hear on your tour. Meet and purchase tickets at Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street. The cost is $7 per adult; $4 children ages 6 to 12; children age 5 and under are free. No reservations required. www.princetonhistory.org
 
The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542: June 27, 2010, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
WALKING TOUR
Enjoy a 1.9 mile, two-hour walk around downtown Princeton and the University campus as you learn about historic sites in the area, including Bainbridge House, Nassau Hall, the University Chapel and Palmer Square. The early history of Princeton, the founding of the University, the American Revolution: these are just some of the stories from Princeton’s history that you will hear on your tour. Meet and purchase tickets at Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street. The cost is $7 per adult; $4 children ages 6 to 12; children age 5 and under are free. No reservations required. www.princetonhistory.org
 
The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542: July 2, 2010, 2:00 PM
EXHIBITION TOUR
Come learn about HSP's current exhibit Stony Brook: Gateway to Princeton with HSP's Curator of Collections, Eileen Morales. Free and open to the public. For more information call Jeanette Cafaro at 609.921.6748, x100 or email jeanette@princetonhistory.org. www.princetonhistory.org 
 

Princeton High School Junior Varsity Baseball Field, next to 25 Valley Road, Princeton, NJ 08542: July 10, 2010 11:00 AM
PLAY BALL!
Calling all baseball lovers and history buffs! HSP invites you to a historical reenactment of 19th-century baseball featuring two old-school ball clubs- the Flemington Neshanock and the Elizabeth Resolutes. These teams will play a competitive match of bare-handed baseball wearing period uniforms and using rules from 1864 and 1873. The event will also include a short lesson on the history of the game and a recitation of "Casey at the Bat" by Brad "Brooklyn" Shaw. Join us for a thrilling afternoon of old-fashioned fun! Cost: Free for HSP members; $2/person or $6/family (4+ people)Location: Princeton High School junior varsity baseball field, next to 25 Valley Road, Princeton. www.princetonhistory.org
 
The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542: July 14, 2010 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
STROLLER STRIDES
Say hello to the sunshine by joining our popular stroller tour of Princeton! Moms, dads, caregivers, and grandparents are invited to join us as we visit local landmarks, architectural gems, and hidden historical sites. The tour lasts approximately 60 minutes; routes and stops vary monthly. Please meet at HSP; we'll end at Starbucks. $7 per adult, $5 for members. Children are free. Please call 609.921.6748 ext 100 or email jeanette@princetonhistory.org for reservations. www.princetonhistory.org 
 
July 22, 2010, 7:30 AM - 7:30 PM
OUT OF TOWN TOUR- KYKUIT, THE ROCKEFELLER ESTATE, UNION CHURCH, & CASTLE ON THE HUDSON
Tarrytown, NY is our destination as we explore some of the highlights of the beautiful Hudson Valley. We will visit both Kykuit and the Union Church of Pocantico Hills. The Castle on the Hudson provides the spectacular setting for our luncheon at Equus, the award winning 5-star restaurant. For reservations please call 609.921.6748 ext. 100. The cost is $125 for members of HSP and $135 for non-members. www.princetonhistory.org
 
The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542: July 27, 2010 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
OPENING RECEPTION. THE RECESSION HITS HOME- JOB LOSS IN CENTRAL NJ
Please join us for the opening reception for HSP's upcoming exhibit at Bainbridge House. RSVP to 609.921.6748 ext. 100 or jeanette@princetonhistory.org. Please bring an item to the reception to support our business attire accessories drive for the clients of Dress for Success and Career Gear. Donated items may include: (for women) jewelry (necklaces, bracelets, earrings, watches), pocket books, and scarves; (for men) belts, ties, tie clips, and cufflinks. www.princetonhistory.org
 
The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542: August 4, 2010 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
STROLLER STRIDES
Say hello to the sunshine by joining our popular stroller tour of Princeton! Moms, dads, caregivers, and grandparents are invited to join us as we visit local landmarks, architectural gems, and hidden historical sites. The tour lasts approximately 60 minutes; routes and stops vary monthly. Please meet at HSP; we'll end at Starbucks. $7 per adult, $5 for members. Children are free. Please call 609.921.6748 ext 100 or email jeanette@princetonhistory.org for reservations. www.princetonhistory.org 
 
The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542: August 6, 2010, 2:00 PM
EXHIBITION TOUR
Come learn about HSP's current exhibit, The Recession Hits Home-Job Loss in Central NJ, with HSP's Curator of Collections, Eileen Morales. Free and open to the public. For more information call Jeanette Cafaro at 609.921.6748, x100 or email jeanette@princetonhistory.org. www.princetonhistory.org 
 
The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542: August 26, 2010 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
PICTURING PRINCETON
It’s hard for kids to believe, but once upon a time horses whinnied in Palmer Square, a four-story hotel towered over the western end of Nassau Street, and Bainbridge House looked like… Bainbridge House.  HSP invites children to learn how these and other historic Princeton sites have changed over the years by taking a special walking tour.  Children will make their own postcards to document the transformations.  The tour is for children ages 6 and up; parents must accompany their child or children. $5 per child, $4 for members; adult chaperones are free. Please call 609.921.6748 ext 100 or email jeanette@princetonhistory.org to register as space is limited to 15 children. www.princetonhistory.org 
 
The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542: September 3, 2010, 2010 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
PICTURING PRINCETON
It’s hard for kids to believe, but once upon a time horses whinnied in Palmer Square, a four-story hotel towered over the western end of Nassau Street, and Bainbridge House looked like… Bainbridge House.  HSP invites children to learn how these and other historic Princeton sites have changed over the years by taking a special walking tour.  Children will make their own postcards to document the transformations.  The tour is for children ages 6 and up; parents must accompany their child or children. $5 per child, $4 for members; adult chaperones are free. Please call 609.921.6748 ext 100 or email jeanette@princetonhistory.org to register as space is limited to 15 children. www.princetonhistory.org 
 
Tuesday, September 7, 2010 through Monday, January 17, 2011
EMERGENCY! PRINCETON’S FIRST RESPONDERS
The interactive exhibition celebrates the history and contemporary efforts of the men and women of these organizations.  The exhibition is free and open to the public. For more information call Jeanette Cafaro at 609.921.6748, x100 or email jeanette@princetonhistory.org. www.princetonhistory.org 
 
The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542: September 8, 2010 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
STROLLER STRIDES
Say hello to the sunshine by joining our popular stroller tour of Princeton! Moms, dads, caregivers, and grandparents are invited to join us as we visit local landmarks, architectural gems, and hidden historical sites. The tour lasts approximately 60 minutes; routes and stops vary monthly. Please meet at HSP; we'll end at Starbucks. $7 per adult, $5 for members. Children are free. Please call 609.921.6748 ext 100 or email jeanette@princetonhistory.org for reservations. www.princetonhistory.org 
 
The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542: Sunday, September 12, 2010, 2:00 to 5:00 pm
OPENING RECEPTION. EMERGENCY! PRINCETON’S FIRST RESPONDERS
Please join us for the opening reception for HSP's upcoming exhibit at Bainbridge House. RSVP to 609.921.6748 ext. 100 or jeanette@princetonhistory.org. www.princetonhistory.org 
 
September 24-26, 2010
2010 PRINCETON FALL ANTIQUES AND FINE ARTS SHOW
The weekend kicks off with an elegant preview Gala on Friday night. Doors to the Show open to the public on Saturday morning through Sunday evening. The event also features a Sunday afternoon Appraisal Clinic hosted by Rago Arts and Auction Center of Lambertville.  55 antiques and fine art dealers feature 18th-20th century American and European furniture, important paintings, textiles, jewelry, vintage couture clothing and accessories, silver, ceramics, vintage posters, prints, vintage automobiles and much more.  The Antiques Show is managed by Frank Gaglio of Barn Star Productions in Rhinebeck, New York.  Daily admission is $12 per person.  Gala tickets are sold separately.
 
The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542: October 6, 2010, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
STROLLER STRIDES: THE LAST ONE IN 2010!
Say hello to the sunshine by joining our popular stroller tour of Princeton! Moms, dads, caregivers, and grandparents are invited to join us as we visit local landmarks, architectural gems, and hidden historical sites. The tour lasts approximately 60 minutes; routes and stops vary monthly. Please meet at HSP; we'll end at Starbucks. $7 per adult, $5 for members. Children are free. Please call 609.921.6748 ext 100 or email jeanette@princetonhistory.org for reservations. www.princetonhistory.org 
 
November 6, 2010, 10:00 PM – 4:00 PM
2010 HISTORIC HOUSE TOUR
Rain or Shine.  This annual spectacular event of Princeton’s most beautiful homes, which are opened for the public to enjoy.  Ticket prices are $40 for HSP members and $45 for non-members. For more information call Jeanette Cafaro at 609.921.6748, x100 or email jeanette@princetonhistory.org. www.princetonhistory.org 
 
The Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542: November 11, 2010, 4:00 PM
CURATOR'S GEMS: LIBERTY LOAN POSTERS
Painters and illustrators during World War I were encouraged to contribute their work and help build support for the war effort, specifically participation in the three war bond campaigns. Join HSP’s Curator of Collections, Eileen Morales, for a behind-the-scenes look at HSP’s collection of World War I posters. Please meet at Bainbridge House at 4pm. Reservations are required. Open to members of the Historical Society. Please call Jeanette at 609.921.6748 ext. 100 or email jeanette@princetonhistory.org. www.princetonhistory.org
 
Kathleen G. Johnson
Development Associate & Grants Manager
Historical Society of Princeton
158 Nassau Street
Princeton, NJ 08542
609.921.6748, Ext: 106
www.princetonhistory.org
 
 

Valid from 06/21/2010 to 11/12/2010

New Jersey State Museum Calendar of Events

07/11/2015

Maker Space

Every Wednesday through August 26

Imagination Studio, Lower Level

Unleash your creativity and make something! Every Wednesday through August 26, the Museum will host a Maker Space program for all ages.  Each week there’ll be a different project; a wide assortment of craft supplies will be available, but you’ll never know what you’ll find to work with or what you will make and take home! Maker Space programs are free.

Museum hours: 9:00 am – 4:45 pm Tuesday – Sunday; closed state holidays

205 W. State Street, Trenton 08625

Suggested Museum admission $5 for adults; Planetarium admission $7, $5 for children 12 and younger. Planetarium admission includes general admission to the Museum.

www.statemuseum.nj.gov

 

Generation Fit: Steps to a Healthier Lifestyle

Opens July 18

First Floor, East Gallery

Geared toward making an impact on the childhood obesity rate; this exhibit, originally presented by the Newark Museum, addresses nutrition, exercise, and provides an interactive "tool kit" for disease prevention and healthy behavior.  The exhibit's hands-on components, animation, and exercise challenges help visitors appreciate that small, incremental changes in good nutrition and activity can lead to a healthier lifestyle. Generation Fit supports First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" national initiative to raise a healthier generation of kids.

Museum hours: 9:00 am – 4:45 pm Tuesday – Sunday; closed state holidays

205 W. State Street, Trenton 08625

Suggested Museum admission $5 for adults; Planetarium admission $7, $5 for children 12 and younger. Planetarium admission includes general admission to the Museum.

www.statemuseum.nj.gov

 

New Jersey Artists Series: Jim Toia, “From Here to Eternity”

Opening September 26

This exhibition will present the work of artist Jim Toia (Califon, NJ). In From Here to Eternity, the artist considers the museum as a point of entry and departure, a signpost. Its location on the Delaware allows the artist and the viewer to consider the river as a corridor, a conduit for transition from landscape to seascape. The exhibition will be divided into three sections: the outdoor installations on the museum grounds, the Riverside Hallway gallery education zone, and the Riverside gallery installation.

Museum hours: 9:00 am – 4:45 pm Tuesday – Sunday; closed state holidays

205 W. State Street, Trenton 08625

Suggested Museum admission $5 for adults; Planetarium admission $7, $5 for children 12 and younger. Planetarium admission includes general admission to the Museum.

www.statemuseum.nj.gov

 

September 19 and 20

Story Time: ”Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt”

2:00 pm

This charming story of a girl and her Nana working “up in the garden” also explores the fascinating world “down in the dirt”. Discover the wonders of garden life from growing vegetables to snakes hunting, skunks burrowing and a whole busy world of insects. Make a garden craft to take home.

Museum hours: 9:00 am – 4:45 pm Tuesday – Sunday; closed state holidays

205 W. State Street, Trenton 08625

Suggested Museum admission $5 for adults; Planetarium admission $7, $5 for children 12 and younger. Planetarium admission includes general admission to the Museum.

www.statemuseum.nj.gov

 

Smithsonian Museum Day Live!

September 26

The New Jersey State Museum will open its doors free of charge on Saturday, September 26, 2015, as part of Smithsonian magazine’s eleventh annual Museum Day Live! A nationwide event, Museum Day Live! offers free admission to visitors presenting a Museum Day Live! ticket at a participating museum or cultural institutions. The New Jersey State Museum will offer free planetarium shows, fun hands-on workshops, and variety of free, family-friendly programs. To get your free ticket, visit this link

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday/?no-ist

Museum hours: 9:00 am – 4:45 pm Tuesday – Sunday; closed state holidays

205 W. State Street, Trenton 08625

Suggested Museum admission $5 for adults; Planetarium admission $7, $5 for children 12 and younger. Planetarium admission includes general admission to the Museum.

www.statemuseum.nj.gov

 

October 17 and 18

Story Time: “How the Dinosaur Got to the Museum”

2:00 pm

In celebration of Earth Science Week (October 11-17) this fascinating story explains how many people it takes to find, excavate, prepare and mount a dinosaur for exhibition. Did you know? The first full dinosaur skeleton was found in Haddonfield NJ! The Hadrosaurus foulkii became the New Jersey State Dinosaur in 1989. Visit the Paleo Lab to see real fossils collected by our working scientists in the field and ask questions. Make a dinosaur craft to take home.

Museum hours: 9:00 am – 4:45 pm Tuesday – Sunday; closed state holidays

205 W. State Street, Trenton 08625

Suggested Museum admission $5 for adults; Planetarium admission $7, $5 for children 12 and younger. Planetarium admission includes general admission to the Museum.

www.statemuseum.nj.gov

 

NJSM 4th Annual Spooktacular Halloween

October 31, 2015

Come in costume and enjoy fun Halloween themed activities! There’ll be a costume parade and contest for the children, discounted Planetarium shows and more!

Museum hours: 9:00 am – 4:45 pm Tuesday – Sunday; closed state holidays

205 W. State Street, Trenton 08625

Suggested Museum admission $5 for adults; Planetarium admission $7, $5 for children 12 and younger. Planetarium admission includes general admission to the Museum.

www.statemuseum.nj.gov

 

November 21 and 22

Story Time: “Henry’s Map”

2:00 pm

A delightful introduction to maps and map making, follow Henry the pig as he makes a map of the farm including all of his animal friends.  Enjoy some map activities including a floor puzzle of the United States, coloring a compass rose and making your own map. Your family can make a game of finding all of the maps on display at the Museum.

Museum hours: 9:00 am – 4:45 pm Tuesday – Sunday; closed state holidays

205 W. State Street, Trenton 08625

Suggested Museum admission $5 for adults; Planetarium admission $7, $5 for children 12 and younger. Planetarium admission includes general admission to the Museum.

www.statemuseum.nj.gov

 

December 19 and 20

Story Time: “My Name is Georgia”

2:00 pm

Illustrated in the style of the book’s subject, Georgia O’Keefe, this book is a beautifully simple biography of a great American artist. Be sure to visit the O’Keefe in the Museum’s collection it after the story. Let the book and the artist inspire you as you create a still life work of art to take home.

Museum hours: 9:00 am – 4:45 pm Tuesday – Sunday; closed state holidays

205 W. State Street, Trenton 08625

Suggested Museum admission $5 for adults; Planetarium admission $7, $5 for children 12 and younger. Planetarium admission includes general admission to the Museum.

www.statemuseum.nj.gov

 

Valid from 07/11/2015 to 12/21/2015

PHS Fall Arts Calendar of Events

09/08/2014

Fall/Winter 2014 Arts Calendar

 

October 10 & 11: PHS Fall Choir Performance, 7:30 p.m.

 

October 17: PHS Big Band Dance, 7:00 p.m.

 

October 24: PHS Fall Orchestra Concert, 7:30 p.m.

 

November 1: PHS Big Band Dance, 7:00 p.m.

 

November 5 - 9: PPS Piano Sale

 

November 14: PHS Art Show, 6:00 p.m.

 

November 14-15: PHS Fall Drama, 7:30 p.m.

 

November 28: PHS Choir, Tree Lighting, 4:45 p.m.

 

December 12: PHS Art Show, 6:00 p.m.

 

December 12: Big Band Dance, 7:00 p.m.

 

December 13: PHS Choir with PSO, 4:00 p.m.

 

December 18: PHS Choir and Orchestra Concert, 7:30 p.m.

Valid from 09/08/2014 to 12/18/2014

New Jersey Gardens - Calendar of Events

03/15/2013

March 14 thru 17 - Springfest Garden Show 10-5pm Daily
Newly expanded Garden Displays, Marketplace, Café. Speakers include Margaret
Roach. New ­Designer Sheds! Get a $1 off coupon on the website.
Sussex County Fairgrounds
Augusta
www.springfestgardenshow.org

Frelinghuysen Arboretum Events
March 16 - 10th Annual Matilda’s Tea Party: Waltzing Matilda!
Snow date: March 23, 1:30-3:30. Celebrate with your favorite young companion for high tea. Learn dances. Wear dancing slippers. Tea, pastries, sandwiches. Children make a fan for use when curtseying and Venetian mask. For ages 6+. Register by March 2
March 17 - Let's Cook! Traditional Irish Food 1-3:00
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day make traditional Irish dishes like Irish
soda bread, boxty, colcannon, Irish coffee, more. Register by March 10. Fee.
March 17 - Paint It Black 1:30-3
Add drama to your garden! Illustrated talk about black groundcovers, vines, annuals, perennials. Plant list supplied. Fee.
March 20 - Garden Series: Grow, Cook, Eat 7-8:30
Once a month on third Wednesday. Learn more about new and different varieties of vegetables and how to use them. Gwen Montgomery and Cynthia Triolo focus on different garden vegetable each month. Growing suggestions, planting tips, seeds, recipes, sampling dishes. Fee.
April 3 - Benjamin Blackburn Scholarship Tea 1
Presenters Suzanne Allgair and Sefton Stallard, Partners/Chefs at Blue Ribbon Restaurants, NY, graduated from Morristown Beard School. Proceeds fund Benjamin Blackburn Scholarship. Discount if registered by March 3.
June 18 & 19 - Litchfield Lark: Overnight Garden Bus Trip
Leave the driving to us for an overnight, garden-intensive bus trip to Litchfield County. Have guided tours at 4 exemplary private gardens, soul-satisfying shopping at White Flower Farm, stay at an historic hotel, enjoy 2 lunches and breakfast on us. Fee: $375 includes bus, hotel, 2 lunches, full breakfast, all garden admissions and guided tours. Register here. Scroll down to June 18.
The Frelinghuysen Arboretum
53 East Hanover Avenue
Morris Township (across from the County Library)
973-326-7603 or www.morrisparks.net or www.arboretumfriends.org

New Jersey Botanical Garden Events
March 16 - End-of-Winter Tree Walk 10
Join Head Landscape Designer Rich Flynn for delightful, educational walk. Identify trees from structure, branching, budding patterns before leaves appear. Meet at Carriage House Visitor Center. Snow or heavy rain cancels. $5 donation is welcomed.
March 17 - Family Hike 1
Explore plants, animals, geology of NJBG on easy hikes designed to fit group. For ages 6 and up. Meet at Carriage House Visitor Center. Rain or snow cancels.April 7, May 5 - Skylands Manor Tours 11-3
45-minute guided tours of Skylands history and architecture conducted by NJBG volunteer tour guides. Skylands Manor, Tudor Revival mansion, constructed in early 20th century. Remarkable collection of antique stained glass medallions set in leaded windows, pieces from 16th-century German, Bavarian and Swiss sites. Donations.
New Jersey Botanical Gardens/Skylands
Morris Road
Ringwood
Information: 973-962-9534, www.njbg.org

Navesink Garden Club Events
Meetings held the third Tuesday of each month and are open and free to general public.
March 17 - Meeting/Presentation 1-3
representative from Edible Jersey magazine speaks about sustainability of foods in the Garden State. Magazine celebrates NJ’s diverse culinary landscape.
At The Atrium
40 Riverside Avenue, Red Bank
Information, contact Dian Woodroffe 732-741-3557, NavesinkGrdnClub@aol.com

Central Sussex Garden Club Events
March 21 - Presentation/Meeting 7
What's the Buzz About Native Plants? presented by Lisa Chiariello, Master Gardener Coordinator, Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Sussex County. Topics include: how native plants affect ecosystem, why they are important, how homeowners can have positive impact on local ecosystem one backyard at a time,Q&A, tried and true native plants featured.
Fredon Municipal Building
443 Rt. 94
Fredon
Info:stevevidam@yahoo.com

Jersey Shore Rose Society Events
Monthly meetings start at 12:30 with Beginner Clinic with Consulting Rosarian; 1:30-3:30 Main Meeting with Activity. Free. Open to public. Refreshments served.
March 23 - Meeting/Lecture
Topic: Photographing Roses; Speaker: Michael Miller, professional photographer
Jersey Shore Rose Society
At Kensington Court Living Facility
864 Shrewsbury Avenue
Tinton Falls
Printable maps, directions: www.jsroses.com/map.html
Info: 732-688-4282 or www.jsroses.com

Plainfield Garden Club Events
March 24 - Meeting/Presentation 2:30
Kathleen Galop, expert in historic landscapes of Essex and Union County Park Systems, NJ, lectures on Olmsted Brothers contributions to NJ. Also exhibit of Plainfield Garden Club on display at Drake House.
Info: 908-755-5831, www.drakehouseplainfieldnj.org
At: The Drake House, 602 West Front Street, Plainfield, NJ 07060
June 1 - Shakespeare-in-Bloom 10-1
The 86 year-old Omsted Brothers designed Shakespeare Garden open for tours by the Ladies of the Plainfield Garden Club. Listed on National Register of Historic Places, garden features plants cited in works of Shakespeare. Garden was planted and has been preserved by Plainfield Garden Club, earning the club a place on NJ Women's Historical Trail. PLUS, large PLANT SALE with rare and unusual plants from 1927 Olmsted Brothers Plant List for garden. Take home literary history (Shakespeare), and national history (Olmsted) for your garden! The Ladies will be on hand serving lemonade and giving guided tours of the garden, listed on National Register of Historic Places. At Cedar Brook Park, Park Avenue and Randolph Road, Plainfield
Plainfield Garden Club
Info@plainfieldgardenclub.org
www.plainfieldgardenclub.org or www.gcamerica.org

Gardeners of Somerset Valley Events
March 27 - Meeting/Photographic Presentation 7:30
Walter Choroszewski, photographer, presents The Garden State in Bloom, photography/lecture showcasing NJ public gardens. 2013 annual meeting.
Info: 908-722-4759, theyarnells@alum.mit.edu, www.wegarden.org
At Bridgewater Public Library
1 Vogt Drive
Bridgewater

Chester Garden Club Events
April 4 - Meeting-Lecture 11
NJ Environmental Federation presents program on Clean Water - from Watershed to Water tap. Mission: promote safe, affordable drinking water and support water policies to conserve, protect, restore water systems for communities and environment.
Chester Garden Club
Info: 908-879-9959, www.chestergardenclub.org
Chester Library - Larison Room
250 West Main Street
Chester

Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex County Events
April 13 - Nutrition Seminar: Organic Foods: Are They Really Better for You? 11
Are organic products worth the cost? Are they nutritionally superior? More topics: locally grown versus organic, sustainability issue. Does home gardening equate to a home run when it comes to eating healthy? Kanan Thakore, Registered dietician, Certified Nutrition Support Clinician and Program Associate for the Family & Consumer Health Science Department of RCE of Middlesex County gives you info to make the right decision when purchasing food. Register by April 6. More details: 732-398-5262
Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex County
EARTH Center
Davidson’s Mill Pond Park
42 Riva Ave.
South Brunswick

June 8,9 - Keyport GardenWalk 11-3
Free, self-guided walking and biking tour of public and private gardens in historic Keyport on Raritan Bay, northern Monmouth County. Last year about 1,600 visitors toured our gardens. At GardenWalk headquarters at waterfront pavilion, American Legion Drive, pick up complementary garden guide and map.
http://keyportgardenwalk.org
Info: 732-687-9519, info@keyportgardenwalk.org

Native Plant Society of NJ Events
Native Plant Society of NJ
www.npsnj.org/

Central Sussex Garden Club Events
At Fredon Municipal Building
443 Rt. 94
Fredon
Information: 973-579-1537, gilaqueen@att.net

Pinelands Preservation Alliance Events
Pinelands Preservation Alliance
Bishop Farmstead
17 Pemberton Road
Southampton
www.pinelandsalliance.org
609 859-8860, mikeh@pinelandsalliance.org

Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge Events
Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge
4 Sawmill Road
Medford, NJ 08055
Info: 856-983-3329 ext 102, www.cedarrun.org

The Garden Conservancy Events
Self-guided tour. Rain or shine. $5 per garden; children under 12 free
Open Days Program
The Garden Conservancy
P.O. Box 219
11 Old Postal Road
Cold Spring, NY 10516
(845) 265-5384, 1-888-842-2442
www.gardenconservancy.org or www.opendaysprogram.org

Friends of Laurelwood Arboretum Events
Laurelwood Arboretum
725 Pines Lake Drive West, off Colfax Road
Wayne
www.laurelwoodarboretum.org
973-202-9579

Palisades Interstate Park Commission Events
Hikes held "drizzle or shine" - heavy or steady precipitation may cancel. To confirm on morning of hike if conditions seem questionable, call 201 768-1360 ext 107. Adults must accompany children.
Friends of the Palisades Interstate Park Commission
Bear Mountain
845.786.2701, admin@friendsofpalisades.org
www.friendsofpalisades.org

Morven Museum & Garden Events
Morven Museum & Garden
55 Stockton Street, Princeton
Reservations: 609-924-8144 x106, msheridan@morven.org or info@morven.org
www.morven.org

NJ Fish & Wildlife Events
www.njfishandwildlife.com

Duke Farms Events
Duke Farms Foundation
80 Route 206 South
Hillsborough
Info and to register: (908) 722-3700, www.dukefarms.org

Hunterdon Hills Garden Club Events
www.hunterdonhillsgardenclub.com or Pat at 236-6666 or Barbara at 236-6621.

Grounds For Sculpture Events
Grounds For Sculpture
18 Fairgrounds Road
Hamilton
609-586-0616, www.groundsforsculpture.org

Rutgers Gardens Events
Rutgers Gardens
Rutgers University
112 Ryders Lane
New Brunswick
732.932.8451, www.rutgersgardens.rutgers.edu

Sapienza Garden Events
Sapienza Gardens (located behind Pascack Valley High School off St. Nicholas Avenue)
80 Westdale Avenue
Hillsdale
Info: 201-452-2131, info@sapienzagardens.org www.sapienzagardens.org

NJ American Society of Landscape Architects Events
More info: www.jamesrosecenter.org
Dean Cardassis, FASLA, Director of James Rose Center. Proceeds benefit restoration of Center. Questions to director@jamesrosecenter.org
NJASLA
609-393-7500, www.njasla.org

Garden Club of Fair Haven Events
Fair Haven Fire House
River Road, Fair Haven
Further information: 732-842-7904

Hutcheson Memorial Forest Tours
Tours leave from entrance of the woods on Amwell Road (Rt. 514) in Somerset. Driveway is just past guardrail over the brook. Trail may be muddy so come prepared. Tours are free and reservations are not required for these guided tours. Groups of more than 10 persons must arrange special tours and contact Land Manager, Hutcheson Memorial Forest Center: 732-932-9349x16, hmfdirector@aesop.rutgers.edu
Hutcheson Memorial Forest
2150 Amwell Rd
Somerset
Info: 732-932-3313, woodcreeper@gmail.com

Reeves Reed Arboretum Events
Reeves-Reed Arboretum
165 Hobart Avenue
Summit
908.273.8787, www.reeves-reedarboretum.org

Camden Children's Garden Events
Camden Children's Garden
3 Riverside Drive, Camden
856.365.TREE (8733), info@CamdenChildrensGarden.org
www.camdenchildrensgarden.org

Pequest Trout Hatchery Events
NJDEP Division of Fish & Wildlife
Pequest Trout Hatchery
605 Pequest Road
Oxford
908-637-4125 or ejackson@dep.state.nj.us

Garden Club of Teaneck Events
Info: 201-694-7707.

Zimmerli Art Museum Events
Zimmerli Art Museum
71 Hamilton Street (corner of George Street)
Rutgers University
New Brunswick
732.932.7237, ext. 610, ext.611 www.zimmerlimuseum.rutgers.edu

The Home Garden Club of Morristown Events
The Home Garden Club of Morristown
www.homegardenclub.org

NJ Conservation Foundation Events
New Jersey Conservation Foundation
Bamboo Brook
170 Longview Road
Far Hills
908-234-1225, info@njconservation.org or www.njconservation.org

Barton Arboretum & Nature Preserve of Medford Leas Events
Meadford Leas
One Medford Leas Way
Medford
www.medfordleas.org

RareFind Nursery Workshops
RareFind Nursery
957 Patterson Road
Jackson
RareFindNursery.com or 732-833-0613

Catalpa Ridge Farm Events
Info: www.jerseygrown.com or e-mail jerseygrown@gmail.com

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Valid from 03/15/2013 to 06/01/2013

West Windsor Community Farmers Market May and June Calendar of Events

05/15/2012

The West Windsor Community Farmers Market is open Saturdays from 9am to 1pm through to October 28th (rain or shine!). The Market hosts 15 farms and 13 artisan food and natural product vendors in their 2012 line up. Visit www.westwindsorfarmersmarket.org for up to date weekly event listings at the Market, directions and more information.

Events at the Market in May and June include:

 

 

MAY 19:

·      MUSIC:  The Billies

·      WWBPA (West Windsor Bike and Pedestrian Alliance):

·      YES, WE CAN: Food Drive to benefit Crisis Ministry of Princeton and Trenton

·      UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON: Blood pressure screenings

·      ROTATING VENDORS: Jammin’ Crepes and Sweetly Spirited Cupcakes

·      SPECIAL EVENTS:

10am-12pm-West Windsor Library Story Time and Kids Crafts. On May 19th,the  childrens’ librarian from the West  Windsor branch,  Dragana Drobnjack,  will be presenting  a story time for children ages 3-8 at 10:15am and 11:15am. She will be reading the book, Growing Vegetable Soup by Lois Ehlert.   There will also be a craft for children to do, using oil pastels on paper, drawing vegetables they have seen at the market that morning.  We ask that parents please bring a small blanket for your child to sit on while listening and enjoying the story.

 

MAY 26:

·      MUSIC: Hot Foot Powder

·      TWIN W RESCUE SQUAD: Blood pressure screening

·      ROTATING VENDORS: Joss and Jules Catering, Stace of Cakes Cupcakes

·      MASSAGE AT THE MARKET: The Touch That Heals

 


JUNE

JUNE 2:

·       MUSIC:  Reverend Slap Jaw

·       WWBPA (West Windsor Bike and Pedestrian Alliance):

·       YES, WE CAN: Food Drive to benefit Crisis Ministry of Princeton and Trenton

·       UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON: Blood pressure screenings

·       ROTATING VENDORS: Jammin’ Crepes and Sweetly Spirited Cupcakes

·       SPECIAL EVENTS:

      10am Cooking Demo:  Ritu Shastry

 

JUNE 9:

·       MUSIC:  West Windsor Plainsboro HS North Steel Band and The Nonettes

·       TWIN W RESCUE SQUAD: Blood pressure screening

·       ROTATING VENDORS: Joss and Jules Catering, Stace of Cakes Cupcakes

·       MASSAGE AT THE MARKET: The Touch That Heals

 

JUNE 16:

·       MUSIC:  18 Months No Interest

·       WWBPA (West Windsor Bike and Pedestrian Alliance):

·       YES, WE CAN: Food Drive to benefit Crisis Ministry of Princeton and Trenton

·       UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON: Blood pressure screenings

·       ROTATING VENDORS: Jammin’ Crepes and Sweetly Spirited Cupcakes

·       SPECIAL EVENTS:

10am-12pm-West Windsor Library Story Time and Kids Crafts. On June 16th, the  Children’s Librarian from the West Windsor branch,  Dragana Drobnjack,  will be presenting  a story time for children ages 3-8 at 10:15am and 11:15am. We ask that parents please bring a small blanket for your child to sit on while listening and enjoying the story.

 

JUNE 23:

·       MUSIC:  Max McGuire

·       TWIN W RESCUE SQUAD: Blood pressure screening

·       ROTATING VENDORS: Joss and Jules Catering, Stace of Cakes Cupcakes

·       MASSAGE AT THE MARKET: The Touch That Heals

·       10am Cooking Demo:  Dorothy Mullen, Founder of the Suppers Program

 

JUNE 30:

·       MUSIC:  TBD

·       WWBPA (West Windsor Bike and Pedestrian Alliance):

·       YES, WE CAN: Food Drive to benefit Crisis Ministry of Princeton and Trenton

·       UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON: Blood pressure screenings

·       ROTATING VENDORS: Jammin’ Crepes and Sweetly Spirited Cupcakes

·       SPECIAL EVENTS:

      10am Cooking Demo:

Jo Ann Parla will make ground beef sliders using Beech Tree Farm ground beef, Village Bakery slider rolls and First Field Ketchup.


Valid from 05/15/2012 to 07/01/2012

Lawrenceville School Calendar of Events: January 10 - April 2, 2011

01/05/2011



The Lawrenceville School is located at 2500 Main Street (Route 206) in
Lawrenceville, N.J. All of the events listed are free and open to the
public. For additional information, please contact Lisa Gillard Hanson
(Director of Public Relations) at lgillard@lawrenceville.org  or
609-620-6004.

Monday, January 10, 7:00 p.m.
Merrill Poetry Seminar: Naomi Shihab Nye
Heely Room, Woods Memorial Hall

Friday, January 14, 7:00 p.m.
Allegro Music Concert
Clark Music Center

Friday, January 21, 12:30 p.m.
Midday Music Concert
Clark Music Center

Friday, January 21, 6:45 p.m.
Second Form Allegro Concert
Clark Music Center

Friday, January 28, 7:30 p.m.
Winter Gathering Concert
Kirby Arts Center

Friday, February 4 – Sunday, February 6
Feb. 4 & Feb. 5: 7:00 p.m., Feb. 6: 2:00 p.m.
Winterfest Plays
Kirby Arts Center

Friday, February 18-Saturday, February 19, 7:00 p.m.
Second Form Shakespeare Performance
Kirby Arts Center

Friday, February 25, 12:30 p.m.
Midday Music Concert
Clark Music Center

Friday, February 25, 7:00 p.m.
Winterfest Caberet
Clark Music Center

Saturday, April 2, 2:00 p.m.
Warhol: From the Property of Gregory McCoy, Opening Reception
Gruss Center of Visual Arts

Valid from 01/05/2011 to 04/03/2011

West Windsor Community Farmers Market May Calendar of Events

05/03/2011

The West Windsor Community Farmers Market is pleased to announce the opening of its 2011 farmers market season. Beginning May 7th and continuing through to October 29th (rain or shine!), the Market will be open on Saturdays from 9:00am-1:00pm.

Opening in 2004 with 9 vendors, the market has expanded to its current roster of 25 growers and food producers. Multiple options for breakfast at the market abound this year. In addition to the baked goods and pastries from Village Bakery, Jammin’ Crepes, a Princeton-based company using ingredients from area farms and Sweet Belgians, a classic Belgian waffle company that makes waffles on site will add to the breakfast choices. Also new to the market this year will be Beech Tree Farm selling beef in a variety of cuts; Lilliepies, individually baked pies and pastries; Baby Bear Foods, offering a selection of hand-made organic baby foods; jams made with many local farm ingredients from Jersey Jams and Jellies and soaps made by 100% Natural Handcrafted Soaps. For a complete list of vendors, visit the Vendors link at www.westwindsorfarmersmarket.org.

Events at the Market in May include:
MAY 7:
• MUSIC: Mountain View
• WWBPA (West Windsor Bike and Pedestrian Alliance): Walk from Maurice Hawk School to the Farmers Market
• YES, WE CAN: Food Drive to benefit Crisis Ministry of Princeton and Trenton
• MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON: Blood pressure screenings

MAY 14:
• MUSIC: 18 Months Interest
• GROWW (Greening of West Windsor): Learn about Sustainable Jersey
• MASSAGE AT THE MARKET: The Touch That Heals

MAY 21:
• MUSIC: Mid Life Crisis
• WWAC (West Windsor Arts Council): Jackson Pollock
• WWBPA (West Windsor Bike and Pedestrian Alliance): Learn to Ride a Bike
• YES, WE CAN: Food Drive to benefit Crisis Ministry of Princeton and Trenton
• MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON: Blood pressure screenings

MAY 28:
• MUSIC: Hot Food Powder
• MASSAGE: The Touch That Heals

The Market is located in the Vaughn Drive Parking Lot of the southbound side of the Princeton Junction Train Station, one mile from the Alexander Road and Route 1 intersection. Parking is free. For directions to the market, visit the website at www.westwindsorfarmersmarket.org. For more information, call 609 933-4452 or email wwcfm@yahoo.com.

 

Valid from 05/03/2011 to 05/29/2011

West Windsor Community Farmers Market May and June Calendar of Events

05/18/2011

West Windsor Community Farmers Market May and June Calendar of Events

West Windsor, NJ, May 17, 2011: In addition to our 13 farms and over 20 specialty food vendors, events at the Market in May and June include:

MAY 21:

·      MUSIC: Mid Life Crisis

·      COOKING DEMO, 10am: Palmer Uhl and Gina Kervan graduated from The Natural Kitchen Cooking School in May of last year. Inspired by their interest in nutrition they both enrolled in and have recently graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.  On Saturday they will prepare grilled asparagus with sea salt and lemon.

·      WWAC (West Windsor Arts Council): Jackson Pollock

·      WWBPA (West Windsor Bike and Pedestrian Alliance): Learn to Ride a Bike           

·      YES, WE CAN: Food Drive to benefit Crisis Ministry of Princeton and Trenton

·      MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON: Blood pressure screenings

·      LUPUS AWARENESS

 

MAY 28:

·      MUSIC: Hot Foot Powder

·      MASSAGE: The Touch That Heals

·      BABY BEAR FOODS

 

JUNE 4:

·      MUSIC: The Nonettes and the West Windsor South High School North Steel Drum Band           

·      COOKING DEMO

·      WWBPA (West Windsor Bike & Pedestrian Alliance)

·      GROWW (Greening of West Windsor): Alternative hybrid cars

·      WWAC (West Windsor Arts Council): West Windsor Plainsboro School District Art Show           

·      YES WE CAN: Food Drive to Benefit The Crisis Ministry of Princeton and Trenton

 

JUNE 11:

·      MUSIC: Reverend Slap Jaw           

·      FOWWOS: Friends of West Windsor Open Space

·      GROWW (Greening of West Windsor)

·      MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON: Blood pressure screening

·      MASSAGE: The Touch That Heals

·      BABY BEAR FOODS

·      SWEET BELGIANS WAFFLES

 

JUNE 18:

·      MUSIC: Mark Bodino

·      WWAC (West Windsor Arts Council): Claude Monet           

·      WWBPA (West Windsor Bike and Pedestrian Alliance)

·      YES WE CAN: Food Drive for The Crisis Ministry of Princeton and Trenton

·      SWEET BELGIANS WAFFLES

 

JUNE 25:

·      MUSIC: Hot Foot Powder                       

·      GROWW: Greening of West Windsor Garden Tour

·      WWAC (West Windsor Arts Council): Georgia O’Keefe           

·      MEDICAL CENTER AT PRINCETON: Blood pressure screening

·      MASSAGE: The Touch That Heals

·      BABY BEAR FOODS

 

The Market is located in the Vaughn Drive Parking Lot of the southbound side of the Princeton Junction Train Station, one mile from the Alexander Road and Route 1 intersection. Parking is free. For directions to the market, visit the website at www.westwindsorfarmersmarket.org. For more information, call 609 933-4452 or email wwcfm@yahoo.com.

 

 

 

 

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