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Events for Friday September 29, 2023

Fridays at Mercer Cemetery at Trenton

Friday September 29, 2023
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Gather with a spirited group of friends each Friday during September to learn more about the historic Mercer Cemetery at Trenton! Break away from your office or home to enjoy live music (Yes, live!) as well as food trucks! Weather will dictate whether the event will take place.

Participating food trucks include The Latest Dish, Shabazz Fish & Chips, Chic Gourmet Empanadas, Ice Dreamz Water Ice, and H&S Ice Cream.

Fridays at Mercer Cemetery at Trenton will begin Friday, September 1 and will repeat itself on September 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th. The event will run from 11am to 2pm. The Mercer Cemetery at Trenton is located at 42 South Clinton Avenue, Trenton, NJ 08625.

Outdoor Community Dance Party, ACP

Friday September 29, 2023
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Every month, you're invited to get on your feet and dance with friends and neighbors. This family-friendly, open-air celebration of community is held on the last Friday of every month. The September party is our last outdoor dance of the season! All ages welcome. Learn more.

'Beautiful - The Carol King Musical', Kelsey Theatre

Friday September 29, 2023
8:00 PM

Beautiful tells the Tony® and Grammy®-winning inspiring true story of King’s remarkable rise to stardom, from being part of a hit songwriting team with her husband Gerry Goffin, to becoming one of the most successful solo acts in popular music history. You will feel the earth move with over two dozen pop classics, including ‘You’ve Got a Friend,” “Natural Woman,” “Up On The Roof,” “One Fine Day,” “So Far Away,” and “Will You Love Me Tomorrow?”  $30


Once the Dust Settles Flowers Bloom, McCarter Theatre

Friday September 29, 2023
8:00 PM

Olivier Tarpaga’s deeply humanist piece “Once the Dust Settles Flowers Bloom” gives voice and body to the refugees of Burkina Faso and the Sahel region, who, having fled the shadow of jihadists, settle in camps far from their homes. Looking beyond the horror, the work channels the strength and beauty of this displaced population. With six dancers and five musicians who count themselves among the best in Africa, Tarpaga confronts the tragedy of his homeland with a “feminist Africanist” piece that carries the hope that once the dust has settled, flowers will bloom again, and the songs and dances will return.

In partnership with the Department of Music at Princeton University and Seuls en Scène, Princeton French Theater Festival

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