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Princeton NJ Events

Events for Saturday May 19, 2018

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Miki and Friends 5K, Attitudes In Reverse

Saturday May 19, 2018
8:00 AM

Miki and Friends 5K, Attitudes In Reverse, Mercer County Park, East Picnic Area, 1346 Edinburg Road, West Windsor 8 a.m., 5K walk and run to benefit AIR. $27.75 to $32.75. Register., http://www.attitudesinreverse.org

West Windsor Community Farmers' Market

Saturday May 19, 2018
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

West Windsor Community Farmers Market, Vaughn Drive Lot, Princeton Junction Train Station, West Windsor, 609-933-4452 9 a.m., With music from This Old House.,  www.westwindsorfarmersmarket.org

Pennington Day

Saturday May 19, 2018
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Pennington’s annual community street fair, traditionally held on every 3rd Saturday in May, celebrates the Greater Hopewell Valley area’s best family fun, food vendors, arts and crafts, music, dance, non-profits and more. Over 5,000 people and 225 unique booth vendors took part in last year’s festivities, with 2018 looking to grow even more.

The day-long event, which takes up the greater part of South Main Street, does more than just entertain - it helps great causes. The funds raised by Pennington Day booth vendors contributes to grants that are awarded to many local civic causes, surpassing $15k in 2017. But the day really is focused on family fun, like the long standing Quilt Show, Coffeehouse Stage and dance performances that delight kids and adults alike.

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Princeton Photo Workshop: Composition for Photographers: Beyond the Rule of Thirds

Saturday May 19, 2018
10:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Lambertville, NJ

Princeton Photo Workshop: Composition for Photographers: Beyond the Rule of Thirds

Instructor: Richard Sherman

Ever feel trapped in your frame? Learn new techniques to take your photos beyond the constraints of the typical camera frame, from special perspectives to dramatic positioning of the subject. We will discuss when and how to use new techniques that will excite your mind and invigorate your composition. You will leave the class with a new perspective and new skills to take your photography work to the next level. $179

Princeton Photo Workshop: The Murals of Philadelphia

Saturday May 19, 2018
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Instructor: Bill Blanchard

Photograph the "world's largest outdoor art gallery"! On our Mural Photo Walk, we'll shoot 23 of Philadelphia's most iconic murals as well as several public sculpture installations?. ?We'll start with a discussion of composition, camera settings and how to shoot street art in the light available that day. We'll walk through Philly's vibrant commercial districts, historic landmarks and quaint residential neighborhoods, with opportunities for street photography and interesting cityscapes. https://princetondigitalphotoworkshop.com/trips/murals   $99

Paint Out Princeton, Arts Council of Princeton at Marquand Park

Saturday May 19, 2018
12:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Area artists are invited to set up their easels in Marquand Park in Princeton on Saturday, May 19, in the third of a series of the Arts Council of Princeton’s “Paint Out Princeton” programs. The 17-acre arboretum, located at 48 Lovers Lane, offers wide, gently sloping lawns, winding paths and over 140 tree specimens, among them a dawn redwood, rare evergreens and flowering trees, including a variety of magnolias. The woodland section of the park includes huge specimens of native trees: beech, hickory and oak, as well as groves of rhododendron.

The Paint Out, for ages 15 and older, is free and will be held from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. Pre-registration is required. Contact Evie Timberlake at timevtim@gmail.com. The public is invited to visit and observe the artists at work.

West Windsor Diversity and Arts Festival, Nassau Park Pavilion

Saturday May 19, 2018
2:00 PM

West Windsor Diversity and Arts Festival, Nassau Park Pavilion, 100 Nassau Park Boulevard 2 p.m., Cultural exhibits, performances and arts activities. For more information or to perform, email hrc.wwt@gmail.com. Free.

A Taste of Spring - A Benefit for Friends of Princeton Open Space

Saturday May 19, 2018
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

On Saturday, May 19, 2018, at 3pm, Friends of Princeton Open Space (FOPOS), a nonprofit devoted to preservation and stewardship of land in Princeton, will host A Taste of Spring, a benefit event at a private home in Princeton, New Jersey. The event includes a tour of a private garden landscaped with native plants, and a presentation about sustainable gardening from guest speaker, Holly Grace Nelson, Landscape Architect, to take place in a casual barn setting. 

Wine, craft beer and light hors d'oeuvres will be served at the barn. $25 FOPOS Members/$50 Non-Members.* RSVP by May 14th online at fopos.org, or mail a check made payable to Friends of Princeton Open Space, 57 Mountain Avenue, Princeton New Jersey, 08540, by May 14, 2018. Confirmed guests will receive location and parking information for the private home/garden. For questions about the event, please email info@fopos.org or call 609.921.2772. Funds raised will support the organization's work to preserve, protect and steward land in Princeton. Rain date for this event is Sunday, May 20, 2018.

Classical Sitar Recital by Shakir Khan (Sitar) & Anirban Roy Chawdhury(Tabla)

Saturday May 19, 2018
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Indian Classical Music Santoor and Tabla

Location:  Chinmaya Vrindavan,  95 Cranbury Neck Rd, Cranbury, NJ

Admission: $20 For more info: sanjay.vinekar@gmail.com

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Open Arts PAC

Saturday May 19, 2018
7:00 PM

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Open Arts PAC, 146 Route 130, Bordentown 7 p.m., $10., www.openartspac.org

The Wizard of Oz is perhaps the most popular children’s story ever written, and here’s a version that’s very simple and economical to stage. This version is exceptionally well-suited for multi-aged groups, with younger cast members playing any number of Munchkins, poppy flowers and winged monkeys. A cyclone carries Dorothy and her dog, Toto, to the magical land of Oz, where they encounter all the famous characters from the pen of L. Frank Baum… the Cowardly Lion, the Tin Woodsman, the rubber-legged Scarecrow, Glinda the Good Witch and the evil Witch of the West, who is determined to destroy Dorothy and steal the secret of the silver slippers. The play is filled with wonderful stage thrills… like the escape from the dark forest of the Fighting Trees. And we don’t want to forget the awesome and funny meetings with the great Oz himself. Eventually Dorothy defeats the evil witch, finds a way to return to Kansas, and her companions have their wishes granted.

 
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