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Events for Tuesday September 26, 2023

Read & Pick Kids Program, Terhune Orchards

Tuesday September 26, 2023
9:30 AM

9:30 and 11am


Read & Pick is an innovative program that combines hands-on farm activity with your young child followed by an education program with stories highlighting the fruit or farm area. In our next program, we welcome young farmers to celebrate planting time, gardens, and nature’s bounty. We will be reading books highlighting gardening and growing followed by an educational component. Then everyone will be a farmer and plant seeds to take home.

Online pre-purchase of tickets is required. Register at

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Outdoor Storytime at Princeton Shopping Center, PPL

Tuesday September 26, 2023
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Join us in the courtyard of Princeton Shopping Center for an interactive event featuring books, songs, rhymes and movement for children of all ages and their adult caregiver(s).

If the weather is inclement, Outdoor Storytime will be canceled and the library website updated on the morning of the scheduled program. Bring a blanket to sit on. Registration is not required.

Reading: Three Irish Women Poets, Trinity Episcopal Church

Tuesday September 26, 2023
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

33 Mercer Street, Princeton.

In this collaborative reading three acclaimed Irish poets, Jane Clarke, Katie Donovan and Catherine Phil MacCarthy reflect on a changing Ireland. In the process, they explore how poetry may reveal and restore the past, giving memory and story legitimacy.

“Bob Jenkins: In His Own Words,” Film Screening @Princeton Public Library

Tuesday September 26, 2023
6:30 PM

“Bob Jenkins: In His Own Words,” a short film about the life of the Princeton resident and sculptor who taught children for many years at the Arts Council of Princeton, will be shown Tuesday, Sept. 26, at 6:30 p.m., in the Community Room of Princeton Public Library. The screening will be followed by a reception attended by Jenkins, who is 92, and filmmaker and Princeton resident Krysia Kolodziej. During the reception, there will be a Q&A session where Jenkins will talk about his life and Kolodziej will discuss the making of the film. There will also be a scavenger hunt where children will look for the library’s “Cheetah” sculpture created by Jenkins. Light refreshments will be served.

Jenkins arrived in Princeton from New York City in 1991. He began teaching clay and paper mache sculpture to children at the Arts Council of Princeton In 1993. This event is co-presented with the Arts Council of Princeton.

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