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Events for Saturday May 25, 2024

West Windsor Community Farmers' Market

Saturday May 25, 2024
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Nearly forty farms and vendors are represented with offerings including seasonal Jersey Fresh produce, mushrooms, sustainably caught seafood, poultry, pastured eggs, freshly milled oats, pickles, sauces, jams, fresh pasta, goats milk products, cheese, breads, baked goods, pastries, pastured meats, vegan savory and sweets, Lebanese salads, Eastern European favorites, Indian simmer sauces and prepared meals, alpaca fiber wear, vegan chocolates, pesticide-free flowers, as well as on-site food trucks with crepes, fresh pressed juices, hot and iced coffee and teas.

Held at the Vaughn Lot at the Princeton Junction Train Station, with plenty of free parking, this gathering space for folks who love good food is known for its wide assortment of offerings and welcoming atmosphere.

877 Alexander Road, Princeton Junction.

Locust Hill Cemetery Flag Placement

Saturday May 25, 2024
11:00 AM

Please plan on joining us for this year's Memorial Day flag placement ceremony at Locust Hill Cemetery, 73 Hart Ave., Trenton, on Saturday, May 25, 2024 beginning at 11 a.m.

Locust Hill is Trenton's largest surviving African American cemetery and the final resting place of at least ten Civil War veterans. The Kiwanis Club of Trenton is proud to join the 6th Regiment Colored Soldiers Reenactors and the City to honor their sacrifice together with that of all who served. The program is free and all are encouraged to attend. Please share this invitation with your friends, family and neighbors.

If you are a member of a Trenton civic organization and would like to participate in the ceremony as its representative, please respond to this email to let us know. We would be grateful for your participation. More info 609-208-9991

Lecture Recitals from the New School for Music Study, Princeton Public Library

Saturday May 25, 2024
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Pianists on the faculty of the New School for Music Study in Kingston bring a series of three lecture recitals to the library, exploring different moods, affects, and styles defining the pianism of the Classical, Romantic, and Modern periods and highlighting distinctive national traditions.

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