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Events for Thursday May 30, 2024

Princeton Farmers Market, Princeton Public Library

Thursday May 30, 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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28th Annual Barbara Boggs Sigmund Award Dinner, Womanspace

Thursday May 30, 2024
5:30 PM

The Boathouse at Mercer on Mercer Lake, 334 S Post Rd, West Windsor Township, NJ 08550

Celebrate compassion and dedication at Womanspace's 28th Annual Awards Dinner, our premier fundraising event benefiting victims of abuse. This year, we honor three exceptional individuals and organizations for their outstanding commitment to our cause:

Representative Bonnie Watson Coleman: A champion for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, Representative Coleman's advocacy has brought about meaningful change and support for victims.

Anne Mavis: A dedicated volunteer, Anne has provided invaluable support and care to survivors, embodying the spirit of compassion and solidarity.

Isles, Inc.: Our esteemed community partner, Isles, Inc., has been instrumental in our mission, working tirelessly to provide resources and support to those affected by abuse.

Your support directly impacts survivors, providing safety, healing, and a path to a brighter future. Enjoy a lovely summer evening with drinks on the deck, dinner overlooking the lake, and networking with local leaders, supporters, and survivors. Special thanks to our sponsors: NFL, NJM Insurance Group, New Horizon Communications, and Trenton Thunder.

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Pairing Wine and Popcorn, Crossing Vineyards & Winery

Thursday May 30, 2024
7:00 PM

Pop over to the winery for the next best thing in wine pairing. Sample several handcrafted sweet and savory kettle corn from Clusters Popcorn in Lahaska, along with tastings of Crossing’s award-winning wines. Includes instruction, wine tasting and assorted popcorn treats. There’s nothing corny about that! Cost: $35pp

Crossing Vineyards & Winery

Hollywood Summer Nights, Princeton Garden Theater

Thursday May 30, 2024
7:00 PM

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

1988 1 hr 44 min PG

This innovative comedy broke new ground with its special effects by mixing imaginative animation with live action. Borrowing heavily from ‘40s noirs, a down on his luck private eye gets mixed up with a cartoon rabbit accused of murder in this blend of slapstick humor, mystery, and a heartfelt original story. WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT stars Bob Hoskins and Christopher Lloyd, with the voice of Kathleen Turner as Jessica Rabbit, and features plenty of cartoon cameos from the likes of Bugs Bunny to Mickey Mouse.

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Closer to Nature with Jeff Hoagland - Haiku Reading and Walk, The Watershed

Thursday May 30, 2024
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Join lifelong naturalist and Education Director Jeff Hoagland for this most unique evening - a haiku reading and an optional Dusk Walk. Jeff will offer a reading from his collection of haiku, scent of juniper, a product of his intimate relationship with nature. Afterwards, hike into the dusk, through forest and meadow, on our boardwalk and trails. Along the way we will encounter resident birds, listen for the sounds of coyotes and owl, and meet some early fireflies. This program is intended for adults. Accompanied and interested teens are welcome as well.

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CHOICE, McCarter Theatre

Thursday May 30, 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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