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Events for Friday September 24, 2021

Rummage Sale, Trinity Cathedral

Friday September 24, 2021
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Household items including kitchen, bed, and bath accessories, furniture, lamps, and artwork; children's clothing, books, and toys; decorations; sporting goods; and adult clothing, jewelry, and accessories. Proceeds benefit Trinity Cathedral and its ministries. Masks required.

801 West State Street, Trenton, 609-392-3805. 

Job Seekers: Money Saving Strategies for Career Transition

Friday September 24, 2021
9:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Financial advisors Bill LaChance and Sean Lovison present on money saving strategies to consider during a career transition, covering topics that include health insurance, taxes, and more.

Visit PSG of Mercer County's events calendar for connection details.

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Author: Joan Maloof, Princeton Public Library

Friday September 24, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The author, ecologist, conservationist and founder of the Old-Growth Forest Network, discusses and signs copies of "Treepedia: A Brief Compendium of Arboreal Lore." Featuring nearly 100 entries — on topics ranging from tree ecology and conservation to the role of trees in religion, literature, art, and movies — this collection is a celebration of all things arboreal. The book is portable in size and is made from 100 percent recycled, uncoated, wood-free paper. Illustrations are by Maren Westfall. This is a special event of the Princeton Environmental Film Festival presented in collaboration with the Friends of Herrontown Woods.

This is an in-person event in the clearing by Veblen House at Herrontown Woods. Some seating is available, but if you have a folding chair to bring that would helpful.

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Beth El Synagogue Outdoor Sukkot Service

Friday September 24, 2021
6:00 PM

On Friday, September 24, 2021 at 6:00 pm, join Beth El Synagogue for an Outdoor Friday Night Sukkot Service. Please bring your own chair. In the event of inclement weather, services will be held inside. For more information, contact Celeste at

Beth El Synagogue is located at 50 Maple Stream Road, East Windsor, NJ, 08520; 609-443-4454;

Creepy Spider Hunt, The Watershed Institute

Friday September 24, 2021
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Ages 5 and up

Crab spiders, jumping spiders, wolf spiders, orb and funnel weavers and more! Join our annual night hunt with a nocturnal naturalist and our Director of Education, Jeff Hoagland. Bring your flashlight or headlamp to use as we navigate the trails in search of many different types of spiders. Ages 5 and up. In-person program. Adult attendance required; masks and social distancing encouraged. Discount available for members. Dress for the weather.

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Local Theatre Productions

Friday September 24, 2021
8:00 PM

When Day ComesCrossroads Theater Company, Elizabeth Ross Johnson Theater, NBPAC, 11 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick. Inaugural production of the Crossroads Festival Theatre is a world premiere live production by Ricardo Khan that features members of the internationally acclaimed a cappella group Sweet Honey in the Rock and offers a poetic and musical journey through our most recent times, inspired by Amanda Gorman's poem "The Hill We Climb." $40. 7 p.m.

Murder for TwoBristol Riverside Theatre, 120 Radcliffe Street, Bristol, Pennsylvania, 215-785-0100. Comedic musical whodunnit for two actors, one playing the detective and the other playing all 13 suspects. Both accompany each other at the piano. $43 and up. 8 p.m.

Don't Dress for DinnerSomerset Valley Players, 689 Amwell Road, Hillsborough, 908-369-7469. Set in a French farmhouse in the 1960s the play involves three couples caught up in various degrees of adultery, lying, romance, and French cuisine. $20. 8 p.m.

Films That Made Music: Rockfield: The Studio On the Farm, Hopewell Theater

Friday September 24, 2021
9:00 PM

50 years ago, deep in the Welsh countryside, two brothers were milking cows and preparing to take over the family farm - but dreamed of making music. They had the audacious idea to build a studio in their farmhouse attic and record their own tunes. Animals were kicked out of barns and musicians were moved into Nan’s spare bedroom. Inadvertently, they’d launched the world’s first independent residential recording studio: Rockfield. Black Sabbath, Queen, Robert Plant, Iggy Pop, Simple Minds, Oasis, The Stone Roses, Coldplay and many more made mayhem and music at Rockfield over the decades. This is a story of rock and roll dreams intertwined with a family business’s fight for survival in the face of an ever-changing music landscape.

also showing 9/25 @2pm, and 9/26 @2pm.

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