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Events for Sunday September 19, 2021

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Open House, Har Sinai Religious School

Sunday September 19, 2021
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Har Sinai Religious School, currently enrolling Kindergarten through 10th grade students, meets on Sunday mornings from 9 am to 12 pm. Our thoughtful, comprehensive curriculum and team of dedicated, caring instructors provide a high-quality, supportive, fun, and inspiring learning environment for students at every level.

Interested? Come to our Open House on Sunday, September 19, 9 am - 12 pm.

2421 Pennington Road Pennington, NJ 08534

Hopewell Farmer’s Market

Sunday September 19, 2021
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Fairgrown Farm hosts the Hopewell Farmer’s Market in Hopewell every Sunday starting May 9th through late November. Along with all of Fairgrown’s fresh produce, there is a variety of vendors selling everything from grass-fed beef to beautiful bouquets. Come join us!

62 E Broad St, Hopewell, NJ 08525 - In the courtyard between PNC Bank and Antimo’s Italian Kitchen

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Northlandz Classic Car & Music Concert

Sunday September 19, 2021
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Please join us at the Northlandz Classic car & Music Concert events, located in Flemington, New Jersey. The rain date is July 11, August 8 & September 19. Visitors will be able to view over 75 classic cars, relax and listen to great music by the Summer Swing Orchestra, Kevin Grey and 78 West Sinatra Tribute, and a Bass Boards.

Take a fun outdoor train ride, and enjoy the food from the food trucks which will be available on site. Bring the whole family and enjoy a great time! The car show is free. Live music is included in Northlandz Ticket.

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Benefit Pig Roast, Brick Farm Market

Sunday September 19, 2021
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Memorial Pig Roast to Support the Family of David Gonzalez Sacalxot - Sunday September 19 (Rain or Shine) 11am-3pm

Our long time employee, Dina Jerez Giron, lost her husband, David Gonzalez Sacalxot, after a tough battle with Covid-19. In addition to his wife, Dina, David leaves behind his sons, Jose, David and Daniel, and daughters, Susanna, Cindy, and Tania. It is a devastating loss. In an effort to support Dina and her family in meeting the financial costs of a memorial, funeral and medical expenses, Brick Farm Market will be hosting a Pig Roast on Sunday September 19, 2021 from 11am to 3pm (Rain or Shine). 100% of the ticket sales will be donated to Dina's family.

If you can't make the pig roast and wish to support the family, please find the link to the GOFUNDME campaign page, set up by the Princeton Design Guild:

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Trenton River Days, The Watershed Institute

Sunday September 19, 2021
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Join us for the 3rd annual Trenton River Days, a free event that celebrates the history, culture, and recreational benefits of the Delaware River. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sept. 19, local families and community members are invited to South Riverwalk Park near the Trenton Thunder Stadium to enjoy the festivities. The event will feature canoe and boat rides, free food, live performances, hayrides, fly fishing demonstrations, crafts, and other fun!

This will be an in-person event with educational games and exhibits for hands-on fun. Trenton River Days is a partnership of The Watershed Institute, Tulpehaking Nature Center at the Abbott Marshlands, The Alliance for Watershed Education of the Delaware River, Mercer County, Mercer County Parks Commission, and the City of Trenton.

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Color Fun Run, Hopewell Valley Arts Council

Sunday September 19, 2021
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Get colorful at the all-new Color Fun Run & Walk, hosted by Hopewell Valley Arts Council, at Woolsey Park on Sunday, September 19 from 11am to 1pm. Everyone's a winner on the all-ages two+ mile course where individuals, teams, and families can walk, run, or anything in between. Watch whatever you wear turn into a technicolor masterpiece as you pass through five color stations along the route with volunteer color-blasters showering participants in food-grade dyed cornstarch. Registration is now open.

The Color Fun Run and Walk, as the name suggests, is about fun. If one can walk for two miles and enjoys a good time, this event is a perfect fit. It is not timed. There is no pressure. Capture lasting memories at the colorful selfie station. Special recognition will be given to individuals or teams with the wackiest get-up! For refreshment, shave ice will be available for purchase. 

Tickets start at $20.

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Gathering in Remembrance and Hope: Reflections on the Pandemic, Princeton University Chapel

Sunday September 19, 2021
1:30 PM

Remarks by university figures including President Christopher L. Eisgruber, professors Dan-El Padilla Peralta and Matthew Desmond, and others.

Wine in the Time of Climate Change, C-Change Conversations

Sunday September 19, 2021
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The world of wine is becoming more complicated as climate change impacts our favorite wine-growing regions and vineyards. What does it mean for us? How are vineyards coping? Given a warming climate, where will the best wines come from in the future?

C-Change Conversations invites you to Wine in the Time of Climate Change, a fun evening of wine tasting and socializing with guest speaker Mark Censits.

Mark is founder and president of CoolVines, a company that specializes in hand-crafted wines from around the world. He will provide fascinating insights on why winemaking is so vulnerable to climate change and how the industry is adapting. Mark will also share tips for good wines, good deals, and what we will need to think about when buying wine in a changing world. The short program will conclude with tasting “climate forward” wines.

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Film Screening, Arts Council of Princeton

Sunday September 19, 2021
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

In partnership with Princeton’s Sukkah Village, the Arts Council will screen the film Sukkah City by Jason Hutt in our Solley Theater. The film explores the artistic process of architects building Sukkahs - the small hut that Jews build and dwell in every fall for the holiday of Sukkot - provides an entertaining and inspiring portrait of the project’s visionary architects, planners and structures and celebrates an exciting, singular moment in the American Jewish experience.

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Full Moon Bike Hike, Nature Center at Washington Crossing State Park

Sunday September 19, 2021
7:15 PM

Take a guided night bicycle ride, by the light of the Sturgeon Moon, up the Delaware & Raritan Canal Towpath toward the Lambertville wing dam (approx. 13 miles round trip). Meet at the Nelson House parking lot. Bring your own bike, bike light and helmet. Advanced registration required. Call the Nature Center for directions. Free.

Nature Center Phone : (609) 737-0609

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