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Events for Thursday May 16, 2024

Princeton Farmers Market, Princeton Public Library

Thursday May 16, 2024
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

More than 30 vendors including local organic produce, pasture raised meat and eggs, farmstead cheeses, fresh baked goods, empanadas, all-natural dog and cat treats, homemade jam, old-world style pickles, fresh flowers, handcrafted jewelry, knife sharpening, and more.

55 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, 609-924-9529.

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Friends of the Lawrence Library May Book Sale

Thursday May 16, 2024
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Early admission to the sale of thousands of gently used books for readers of all ages. Free for friends of the library; $5 for general public; $20 for general public with scanners. Scanners not permitted any other days.

Lawrence Headquarters Branch, Mercer County Library, 2751 Brunswick Pike, Lawrenceville

Opening: "John Notman: All the Presidents' Houses", Princeton Public Library

Thursday May 16, 2024
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Local researchers Rebecca Flemer and Evie Timberlake launch their exhibit on architect John Notman's building of four presidential villas in Princeton. The exhibit explores the connections between four presidential villas in Princeton: the Walter Lowrie House, Springdale, Prospect House and Guernsey Hall. Designed by Elizabeth Sagarese, the exhibit places an emphasis on Notman's contributions to the burgeoning field of landscape architecture. Following brief remarks by the researchers, there will be a self-guided tour of the exhibit and light refreshments.

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Story & Verse: Open Mic, Arts Council of Princeton

Thursday May 16, 2024
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Enjoy an evening of community-created entertainment in the form of storytelling and poetic open mic. All are welcome to tell a well-prepared story or perform their poetry. Performers should bring their own work of their choice for the theme "Unexpected Community." Register. Free.


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Film Screening: 'Common Ground', Princeton Garden Theater

Thursday May 16, 2024
7:00 PM

Don't miss the local screening of the award-winning documentary film 'Common Ground.' Gather your friends and family to watch the film to learn the hard truths about our food and agricultural systems, and the profound and hopeful stories of heroes among us that are healing the land with regenerative agriculture, one acre at a time. This extended Earth Day edition includes new scenes and Q&A discussion featuring filmmakers, narrators, and special guests, all supporting the growing movement to inspire and galvanize healthy farms and food!

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Cabaret at Crossing, Crossing Vineyards & Winery

Thursday May 16, 2024
7:30 PM


Thursday, May 16 at 7:30pm

Don’t miss this exclusive music event, featuring Andrew Boettcher singing and Eric Smrcka on piano. Performance begins at 7:30pm and includes two sets of 45 minutes each with a short intermission in-between. Enjoy the Cabaret with a glass of Crossing's Cabernet. Small bites and beverages available for purchase from the bar. Reservations are a must. Cost: $20pp in advance; $25pp week of the event.

Crossing Vineyards & Winery

CHOICE, McCarter Theatre

Thursday May 16, 2024
7:30 PM

From the writer of the hit Broadway musical - and soon-to-be film franchise - Wicked and the beloved 90’s TV series My So-Called Life, comes a new comedy that explores a woman’s right to choose in decidedly unexpected, often hilarious, and ultimately thought-provoking ways.

Journalist Zipporah Zunder has landed the story of her life—and it’s forcing her to reexamine her past, her (sometimes absurd) present, and the choices that have shaped her life. Playwright Winnie Holzman brings her trademark wit and ability to weave social issues into compelling, relatable stories as she explores one of the most polarizing subjects of our time through a refreshingly humorous - and profoundly human- lens.

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