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Princeton NJ Events

Events for Sunday May 1, 2022

Community Science Day

Sunday May 1, 2022
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Join us for Community Science Day on May 1 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., at Rogers Refuge located on West Drive. Participants will collect data via iNaturalist to support Princeton's Environmental Resource Inventory. Registration is required. A limited number of nature explorer backpacks for adults and children will be available.

Participants may also bring their own backpack. Parking is limited; participants are encouraged to walk or bike to the event, wear appropriate outdoor clothing and sturdy footwear. Water and snacks will be provided; reusable water bottles are encouraged. This event was made possible by Friends of Rogers Refuge, Princeton Public Library and the Princeton Environmental Commission, as well as a generous donation made in the name of Cole Morano.

Kite Day, Terhune Orchards

Sunday May 1, 2022
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Kite Day is a perfect time to explore the farm during our spring festival - Saturday, April 30 & Sunday, May 1 - 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. Spring on the farm is one of the most beautiful and exciting seasons. Bring your own kite or choose a ready-made kite from the wide selection in the store. Or better yet, make a “guaranteed to fly” kite.

The farm will ring with country music and entertainment all weekend featuring Tookany Creek on Saturday and Chickens N Such on Sunday. For all those hungry kite fliers, we’ll have lots of good country food. Adults can enjoy a visit to our Wine Orchard where Terhune’s own 18 varieties of wine are available for tasting under the 100 year old apple trees.

There will be plenty of activities to keep the kids occupied. The sheep will be shorn on Sunday and the children can take home a piece of real fleece. Join in the fun of old-fashioned games and children’s activities in the barnyard or take a pony ride out in the field. Admission $12 Online/$15 At Gate (age 3 and up). Winery & Farm Store: for weekend entry, admission tickets must be purchased. Purchase online https://terhuneorchards.ticketspice.com/kite-day-2022

Call 609-924-2310 or visit www.terhuneorchards.com/kite-day for more information.

May Day Bird Walk with NJ Audubon's Kristin Hock, Morven Museum & Garden

Sunday May 1, 2022
10:30 AM

Celebrate May Day with Kristin Hock from New Jersey Audubon as we stroll around Morven's gardens and explore ways to garden for wildlife. Kristin will take us all around Morven's gardens - and even the parking lot and fringe areas - in search of birds and bird families. Kristin will identify the common birds and butterflies as they visit us and share interesting facts about them along our garden tour.

Click here for more information

Community Installation, The Jewish Center

Sunday May 1, 2022
11:00 AM

On Sunday May 1, at 11:00 a.m. Rabbi Andrea Merow will be officially installed as the Senior Rabbi at The Jewish Center in Princeton, New Jersey. The celebration will include food and music as The Jewish Center and its members officially welcome their new Rabbi. The installation will be followed by a gala celebration in September 2022.

On May 1, the installation will include speakers who have been a part of Rabbi Merow’s life for many years. The Jewish Center will additionally be celebrating her 25 years in the Rabbinate. The A capella group Pizmon, from Columbia Barnard will be joining to perform and honor Rabbi Merow as one of their first members. The event is free and open to the public. RSVP required @info@thejewishcenter.com

17th Annual Montgomery Earth Day Recycling Fair, Skillman Park

Sunday May 1, 2022
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

The Earth Day theme around the world this year is ‘Invest in Our Planet.’ There will be a great opportunity to do so on May 1st in Montgomery, and the only cost is the time to tidy-up around your home. The 17th Annual Montgomery Earth Day Recycling Fair will be held Sunday, May 1st from 11 AM to 2 PM, rain or shine in Skillman Park.

This year’s fair will once again offer many opportunities to drive up and recycle or donate materials. Residents are invited to drop off metal (e.g. tools, pots & pans, yard furniture), electronics (e.g. printers, computer monitors), paper documents for shredding, and to donate many household items for reuse, all at one convenient location. There will be a collection point for safe disposal of unneeded prescription and over-the counter medicines. (No needles or sharps.) Free tree seedlings and reusable bags will be handed out to all interested participants. A full list of items for recycling or donation and a map of the drive-up/drop-off locations in the park can be found at www.edf.montgomery.nj.us.

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