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Events for Wednesday May 8, 2024

Franciacorta Dinner with Le Marchesine @Eno Terra

Wednesday May 8, 2024
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Should you have the good fortune of attending an opera at La Scala in Milano, you will undoubtedly be served a glass of Franciacorta, not Champagne, during intermissions. Nonetheless, there are many similarities between these fine bubbles, including grape varieties and wine making, but there are significant differences as well.

Join us for a four course, sparkling wine-paired dinner as we welcome Andrea Biatta of Le Marchesine. Andrea will guide us through the rich history of Franciacorta and her family’s estate.

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Author: Michelle Weinfeld, Historical Society of Princeton & Princeton Public Library

Wednesday May 8, 2024
7:00 PM

In commemoration of Holocaust Remembrance Day, Michelle Weinfeld discusses her book, "From Generation to Generation: A Memoir of Food, Family, and Identity in the Aftermath of the Shoah."

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Hopewell Library Speaker Series: St. Michael's Orphanage - A Visual History

Wednesday May 8, 2024
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

What was St. Michael's Orphanage? Some know it from old photos, with the large forbidding building standing alone in an empty field. And many now know it as the over 400-acre D&R Greenway St. Michael's Farm Preserve just outside Hopewell Borough, with few visible remnants of its past use. In this presentation, Doug Dixon provides a visual history of St. Michael's, using photos and memories from a variety of contributors. We will "walk" behind the building to see kids playing on the playground and around the grounds. Then we will go inside the building to see the children in the nursery, school rooms, chapel, dining room, and dorm rooms. This event is co-sponsored by the Hopewell Public Library, the Hopewell Museum, and the Hopewell Valley Historical Society.

This event can be attended in-person or via Zoom. Advance registration at redlibrary.org/events is required for Zoom attendance.

The Hopewell Presbyterian Church (80 West Broad Street, Hopewell, NJ 08525) or online via Zoom

CHOICE, McCarter Theatre

Wednesday May 8, 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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