campus eye groupSave the Date! Coming Up Next Week
*Don’t miss next week’s spring eyewear trunk show at Campus Eye Group, featuring designer collections (think Coach, Ray Ban, Nike, Versace, Michael Kors, Guess…!) Drop in on Wednesday, 5/20 from 11-7 for food & drinks, walk-in eye & hearing exams, raffles, giveaways and a BOGO on designer eyewear! Details at

Thursday, May 14
After a long winter, it’s finally time: Market season has returned! The Princeton Farmer’s Market resumes in the plaza outside of Princeton Public Library today, with fresh and local veggies, baked goods, cheeses, honeys, food, live music and more local goodness. FREE, 11am-4pm.

Friday, May 15
Ready, set… chemistry! Princeton Public Library hosts Princeton University’s chemistry department for hands-on experiments in ‘All SET.’ Aimed at kids ages 5 & up. Come experiment with the students in the library’s Story Room! FREE, 4pm.

Coming Up at Whole Foods Market Princeton
It’s a Vegetarian Picnic at WFM’s Health Starts Here Supper Club! The store’s Healthy Eating Specialist and Registered Dietician, Natalie, leads diners in kicking off summer with tasty and healthy picnic eats. Some of the dishes on the menu: Vegan Olive & White Bean Spread with Pita and Crudité, Vegan French Potato Salad with Asparagus, Lemon Mason Jar Pies with Coconut Whipped Cream & more! Come hungry and come with your questions!
Thursday, May 28, 6-8pm. Tickets are $15 and available here.

Saturday, May 16
It’s Pennington Day! The town of Pennington takes to the streets to celebrate spring with food vendors, kids games, live performances, craft booths, activities and lots, lots more. Bring the family for a day of community fun on Main Street. FREE, 10am-4pm.

The Princeton University Art Museum hosts Family Day this Saturday, with the theme ‘Places and Spaces.’ Kids & families will learn about where people through time have lived, and enjoy art projects, stories, games, scavenger hunts, performances, and refreshments. FREE, 10:30am-4pm.

Get outside this weekend and explore the Institute Woods with Washington Crossing Audubon Society. Take a look at the spring migration of warblers and other songbirds who are calling the woods home this spring. 8am, FREE.

Sunday, May 17
It’s the premiere of the Nassau Film Festival at Princeton Garden Theatre. Emerging filmmakers have submitted their pieces for consideration, and the final line up includes films that range from fiction to suspense to animation and drama, from local high school students and college students from Princeton and beyond. The screenings start at 11:30 am, and there will be awards for the best films, of course!

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