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Events for Wednesday July 6, 2022

Storytime on the Green

Wednesday July 6, 2022
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Join us every Wednesday in July for Storytime with JaZams on the Green! Families are welcomed to sing, dance, read, and have some fun in the sun with JaZams’ very own, Jeff Trainor. Storytime with JaZams is a half hour event for children from infant to 8 years old.

Film: "Queens of Mystery" Tea Time, Princeton Public Library

Wednesday July 6, 2022
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Detective Sgt. Matilda Stone probes mysteries assisted by her three crime-writing aunts. They band together and use their extensive knowledge of crime to solve whodunit style murders in the picturesque English village of Wildemarsh. Episodes are 45 minutes long and will be screened in pairs so both the "first chapter" and "final chapter" can be viewed at each screening.

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On the Boardwalk Summer Reading Activity, Hopewell Train Station

Wednesday July 6, 2022
4:00 PM

Join us for an afternoon on Hopewell Train Station's "boardwalk" with ice pops, temporary tattoos, juggling, and games! Be sure to BYOST (Bring Your Own Sand Toys) to explore the sandbox seashell dig. Please wear clothes you can get wet to enjoy the ocean sensory table. This program is open at ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult throughout the program. To register, please use the online registration form. For more information, please call the Hopewell Public Library at (609) 466-1625, email or visit

Hollywood Summer Nights @Princeton Garden Theatre

Wednesday July 6, 2022
7:00 PM

The Long Goodbye. $12.50.

A revisionist take on the detective genre, this adaptation of the Raymond Chandler novel is set in ‘70s LA and stars Elliott Gould as a laid-back version of private investigator Philip Marlowe. THE LONG GOODBYE is Altman’s subversive variation on the original and is a pure delight to behold. Rated R.

160 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609-279-1999. 

Bat Watch, The Watershed Institute

Wednesday July 6, 2022
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Discover the secret lives of bats with nocturnal naturalist and Director of Education, Jeff Hoagland. Join us as we watch a colony of big brown bats emerge from their roost and listen with our Bat-Detector for their feeding calls. Be sure to bring along your lawn chair!

Ages 5 and up. Adult attendance required. Discount available for members. Further reading about our policies for in-person programs:

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