Feels like Fall….your weekend events

As compiled by PScoop blogger Nicole Marino Mathews

There comes a time when you realize the long days of summer are over and the crisp fall air is just around the corner. For me it.s the leaves changing colors, wearing knee high boots, football and apple picking… and yes, in that order. The Tigers kick off their 141st football season this weekend with a game against Citadel. Also this weekend for the family is Tehune Orchards Apple Days festival, apple picking and fresh apple cider.. yum! So Scoopers, it looks like School.s in Session.. make it a great .welcome to the Fall. weekend whatever you decide to do..

Thursday September 17, 2009

Music & Entertainment

Thursday 12:15pm High Winds, Westminster Conservatory, Niles Chapel, Nassau Presbyterian Church, 61 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609-921-2663 Katherine McClure on flute, Melissa Bohl on oboe, and Kenneth Ellison on clarinet, perform works by Marion Bauer, Donald Sloan, Craig Levesque, and Malcolm Arnold. Free.

Thursday 12:30-1pm Afternoon Concert, Princeton University Chapel, Washington Road, 609-258-3654. Free.

Thursday 7pm Summer Night Swing, Forrestal Village, College Road West and Route 1 South, Plainsboro, 609-799-7400 Ray Rodriguez y Swing Sambroso and Art Baron and the Duke’s Men. Dance lessons.

Thursday 9pm Singer Songwriter Showcase, Triumph Brewing Company, 138 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609-924-7855 Hosted by Frank Thewes.

Arts

Thursday 5pm Art Exhibit, Arts Council of Princeton, 102 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, 609-924-8777 Closing reception for the annual exhibition featuring artworks of member artists in the theme, ‘Native Son: Works Inspired by the Life and Legacy of Paul Robeson. Potluck dinner follows reception.

Thursday 6-8pm Art Exhibit, Cranbury Station Gallery, 28 Palmer Square, Princeton, 609-921-0434. Opening reception for ‘One Camera, Four Eyes,’ an exhibit of photographs by Bebe Neuwirth, a Princeton native and award winning dancer, singer, and actress, and her husband, Chris Calkins, the son of Carroll Calkins, an aerial photographer during World War II. Vice president of the Actor’s Fund and founder of the Dancer’s Resource, Neuwirth is also an artist who has sold her pottery, dance paintings, and photographs in the past. Calkins runs the Calkins Group, a wine and coffee consulting business based in Napa Valley and New York City. The exhibit will be on display until Saturday, October 17.

Thursday 7-10pm Late Thursdays, Princeton University Art Museum, Campus, 609-258-3788 Extended hours to explore the special exhibitions and collections. Many evenings feature film screenings, musical performances, and activities. Free.

Thursday 7pm Author Event, Princeton Public Library, Whole Foods, Route 1, West Windsor, 609-924-8822 Giulia Melucci, author of ‘I Love, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti.Register.

Thursday 7:30pm Having Our Say, McCarter Theater at the Berlind, 91 University Place, Princeton, 609-258-2787 Drama by Emily Mann adapted from the book by Sadie and Bessie Delany with Amy Hill Hearth. $20 to $55. Opening night.

Thursday 7:30pm Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, 609-924-8822 Mariana Cook, the photographer for ‘Mathematicians: An Outer View of the Inner World,’ a collection of 92 portraits of a combination of Fields Medal winners, those at the beginning of their careers, and long-established celebrities in the discipline. The subjects wrote candid personal essays about themselves. R.C. Gunning, Princeton math professor, wrote the introduction for the collection.

Learning

Thursday 8am Discovering Untapped Talent, Mercer County Community College, Conference Center, West Windsor, 609-570-3311 ‘Strategies for Employing People with Disabilities’ presented by Hannah Rudstam, Cornell University Employment and Disability Institute. Breakfast, workshop, and lunch. Register. $30.

Family Time

Thursday 9:30am Pump Start, Pump It Up, 8 Commerce Way, Hamilton, 609-586-5577. Trial session for parent and child program features jumping, bouncing, sing-along, and games for ages 2 to 5. Register. Free.

Thursday 10am Mixed Ages Demo, Music Together, 225 Hopewell Pennington Road, Hopewell, 609-Register. Free.

Thursday 10am Mother Goose Stories @ Princeton Public Library Stories, songs, and finger plays. Ages 15-24 months Registration not required

Thursday 11am Lapsit Stories @ Princeton Public Library Activities: Stories, movement, songs, and finger plays. Ages Birth – 15 months

Thursday 10 & 11 am @ Storytime Mary Jacobs Library Stories, songs and more. Registration not required.

Thursday 3:45 pm Applesauce and Broom Making @ Waldorf School of Princeton
Join master gardener, Mary Capoferri, and share in our biodynamic (it.s organic and more!) garden.s bounty. Children will meet weekly to harvest crops and learn how to make delicious food from them. Depending on the year.s crops, participants may use a mortar and pestle to transform basil into pesto or collect tomatoes and cook them down into red .gravy.. Apples will be purchased from an orchard, for children to cut and cook to prepare a jar of scrumptious applesauce. Last spring, students designed and planted a small corn maze of broom corn. Now, participants will have an opportunity to prepare the stalks, save the seeds, and learn to make their very own broom. Ages 3 and up. $150 for 5 sessions. Registration: Required, please email frontdesk@princetonwaldorf.org

Food & Wine

Thursday 6-9pm Wine Tasting, Hamilton Area YMCA, 185 Sawmill Road, Hamilton, 609-581-9622 Food and cheer from area businesses. Silent auction. Register. $75.

Thursday 6pm Product Cooking Demonstration, Miele Design Center, 9 Independence Way, Princeton 1-800-843-7231

Thursday 7pm Cocktails for a Cause, Princeton Elite Club, Hopewell Valley Golf and Country Club, 609-454-3183 Benefit for HomeFront. Cocktail attire. Ladies, free. Gentlemen, $25 at door. Cocktail attire; no jeans allowed. Connie Mercer, CEO and founder of HomeFront, will be in attendance. Note: This is not a singles only event. All are welcome.

Friday September 18, 2009

Music & Entertainment

Friday 8pm Dena Piano Duo, Princeton University, Woolworth Center, 609-258-4241. Works by Mozart and Grieg. Free.

Friday 8pm Jonathan Edwards Trio, Grounds For Sculpture, 18 Fairgrounds Road, Hamilton, 609-586-0616 Edwards, a tenor, with Stuart Schulman on piano, fiddle, bass, and vocals; and Taylor Armerding on mandolin and vocals. Rain or shine. $27.

Friday 10:30pm Stems and Seeds, Triumph Brewing Company, 138 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609-924-7855 $5 cover. Must be 21.

Arts

Friday 3:30pm Author Event, Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, 609-924-8822 Nicoletta Marini-Maio, co-editor of ‘Set the Stage,’ talks about teaching Italian through theater. She teaches Italian at Dickinson College.

Friday 6:30 – 8pm Art Exhibit, Lawrenceville School, Gruss Center of Visual Arts, Lawrenceville, 609-620-6026 Opening reception for ‘Mapping the World, 1579-1889,’ maps and atlases from the collection of Leigh Lockwood, Class of 1965. On view to October 24.

Friday 7pm A Nice Family Gathering, Off-Broadstreet Theater, 5 South Greenwood Avenue, Hopewell, 609-466-2766 Comedy. $27.50 to $29.50.

Friday 8pm Nunsense, Somerset Valley Players, Amwell Road, Hillsborough, 908-369-7469 Musical comedy. $14.

Friday 8pm Having Our Say, McCarter Theater at the Berlind, 91 University Place, Princeton, 609-258-2787 Drama by Emily Mann adapted from the book by Sadie and Bessie Delany with Amy Hill Hearth. $20 to $55.

Friday 8pm Jekyll & Hyde, Kelsey Theater, Mercer County Community College, 1200 Old Trenton Road, 609-570-3333 Dark musical by Cheng/Ferrara Productions. $16. Reception with the cast and crew follows the opening night performance.

Outdoors, Exercise & Health

Friday 7am to 5pm Blood Drive, American Red Cross, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, 1 Hamilton Health Place, Hamilton, 800-448-3543

Friday Noon Tai Chi, West Windsor Recreation, Senior Center Gazebo, Clarksville Road, West Windsor, 609-799-6141 Free.

Friday 5pm Princeton Mens.s Soccer vs. Monmouth Roberts Stadium . Princeton University. Free admission

Friday 7pm Kirtan, Integral Yoga Institute of Princeton, 613 Ridge Road, Monmouth Junction, 732-274-2410 Chanting, music, and rhythm. Donations invited.

Friday 7:30pm Princeton Men.s Soccer vs Fairleigh Dickinson. Free admission

Learning

Friday 8am – 1pm Sustainability Conference, Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School, 609-258-3000 ‘Sustainability and the Obama Stimulus Agenda: Engaging and Connecting with Government. Keynote address by former New Jersey Governor James Florio. Register. Free.

Family Time

Friday 11am Tiger Tales Cotsen Children.s Library Stories and craft (for safety reasons, infants and toddlers must remain outside the arts & crafts area while program is in session) Ages: 3 . 5 years old Registration: Not required

Friday 3:30pm Emma the Reading Therapy Dog Princeton Public Library Come read with Emma and her owner Joe Turner. Sign up for a 15 minute session. All ages. Registration: Required

Friday 5:30-7:30pm Uptown Playaround Join us as we celebrate going back to school! Kids enjoy lots of games, awesome crafts, and a free ice cream bar! Personalized back-to-school gifts are available for $3 each . to be delivered by Dora! Gifts must be preordered. Pizza will be available for $2 per slice.Ages: Crawler . 12 Fee: $12 per child, $6 for members, Admission includes 1 free adult. Additional adults are $5 each Registration: Required, call (732) 955-2005 or email mayor@uptownplayaround.com.

Friday 6:30-9:30pm Pajama Jam: Back to School Parents. Night out Tiger Hall Tired of G-rated movies and take out? How about a night out on the town with your spouse or friends! Parents can drop their tots at Tiger Hall for a Pajama Jam that will include dancing, games, crafts, pizza, drinks and a bedtime story! Ages: 2.5 . 8 (must be potty trained and able to separate easily) $36.00, $16 for each additional sibling Registration: Required, please email info@tigerhallkids.com.

Saturday September 19, 2009

Music & Entertainment

Saturday 6:30pm West African Drumming Workshop, Princeton Center for Yoga & Health, 50 Vreeland Drive, Suite 506, Skillman, 609-924-7294 Sharon Silverstein presents djembe drumming workshop, $20; community drumming circle at 8 p.m $15 or $30 for both.

Saturday 7pm Darla Rich Quintet, Hopewell Valley Bistro, 15 East Broad Street, 609-466-9889 Free concert.

Saturday 7-10 pm The SpringHill Band plays at Thomas Sweet @ 179 Nassau Street, Princeton. Check out Thomas Sweet: http://thomassweet.com/

Saturday 7:30pm Salsa Sensation, Central Jersey Dance Society, Suzanne Patterson Center, 45 Stockton Road, Princeton, 609-945-1883 Salsa lesson followed by open dancing. No partner needed. $11.

Saturday 7:30pm Tommy Savitt, Catch a Rising Star, Hyatt Regency, 102 Carnegie Center, 609-987-8018. Reservation. $20.

Saturday 8-11pm Ballroom Dance Social, G & J Studios, 5 Jill Court, Building 14, Hillsborough, 908-892-0344 Standard, Latin, smooth, and rhythm. Refreshments. BYOB. $12.

Saturday 9pm Lisa Bouchelle and Mike Matisa, Sotto 128 Restaurant and Lounge, 128 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609-921-7555. Acoustic music.

Saturday 10:30pm Kickin the Mustard, Triumph Brewing Company, 138 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609-924-7855. $5 cover. Must be 21.

Arts

Saturday 10-4pm Author Book Festival, Chicklet Bookstore, Princeton Shopping Center, 301 North Harrison Street, 609-279-2121 Fiction authors include Joy Nash, ‘A Little Light Magic;’ Virginia DeBerry and Donna Grant, ‘What Doesn’t Kill You;’ Sung Woo, ‘Everything Asian;’ Elizabeth Joy Arnold, ‘Promise the Moon;’ Jean Hollander, ‘The Inferno;’ Liz Maverick, Maryann McFadden, and Jean Hahn Koreliz. Non-fiction authors include Meg Cox, ‘The Quilter’s Catalog;’ David Kahn, ‘Krav Maga;’ Les Leopold, ‘The Looting of America;’ Arthur Perry, ‘Straight Talk about Cosmetic Surgery;’ and Alix Strauss,’Death Becomes Them.’ Children’s authors include Victoria Adler, ‘All of Baby Nose to Toes;’ Debbie Dadey, ‘The Bailey School Kids and Ghostville Elementary;’ Pamela Curtis Swallow, ‘Ground Hog Gets a Say;’ Daniel Kirk, ‘Library Mouse;’ Nancy Viau, ‘Samantha Hansen Has Rocks in Her Head;’ Carol Ann Williams, ‘Booming Bella;’ and Amy Goldstein. Also young adult writers include Cyn Balon, Adriana Trigiani, and Megan McCafferty. Highlight authors and publics include Keith Smith, Gary Frank, Daniel-Gary Holderman, W. Mae Kent, Danielle Acley-McPhail, Mike McPhail, Jeffrey Lyman, Kontrena Clark, Morica Burgess, Win Green, Naomi C. Desiderio, Joe Favale, Cedrick Brown, Karen Riley, A.M. Boyle, Saverio Monachino, Barbara Esham, Joan Buzick, Lindy Judd, Vertie Pringle-Reid, Ragged Sky Press, Ruth O’Toole, and Joyce Ann Staples.
Saturday 10-2pm Global Mala Project, Palmer Square, On the Green,Princeton, 609-921-2853

Saturday 3-5pm Art Exhibit, Nassau Club, 6 Mercer Street, Princeton, 609-924-0580. Reception for ‘Origins’ by Maria Pisano of Plainsboro, an exhibit of works on handmade paper, prints, and photographs.

Saturday 3 & 8 pm Having Our Say, McCarter Theater at the Berlind, 91 University Place, Princeton, 609-258-2787 Drama by Emily Mann adapted from the book by Sadie and Bessie Delany with Amy Hill Hearth. $20 to $55.

Saturday 8pm Nunsense, Somerset Valley Players, Amwell Road, Hillsborough, 908-369-7469 Musical comedy. $14.
Saturday 8pm Jekyll & Hyde, Kelsey Theater, Mercer County Community College, 1200 Old Trenton Road, 609-570-3333 Dark musical by Cheng/Ferrara Productions. $16.

Outdoors, Exercise & Health

Saturday 8am Ride 4 Erik, Valley Road Park, Hopewell, 908-752-2259. Bicycle and motorcyce rides. Music by J.B. Kline, Johnny Pompadour, Mojo Mystics, and Rocky and His Friends; food, crafts, and vendors. Survivor ceremony and balloon launch. Benefit to raise awareness of childhood cancer, research, cures, and treatments. $10 to $20.

Saturday 8:30am Tai Chi, West Windsor Recreation, Senior Center Gazebo, Clarksville Road, West Windsor, 609-799-6141. Free.

Saturday 9am Collegians for the Cure Run, Princeton University’s Women’s Swim Team, Frist Lawn, 201-919-8818. 5K run to raise cancer awareness and benefit Susan G. Komen Foundation. $10 registration.

Saturday 9:15-10:15am Mixed Level Yoga, Holsome Holistic Center, 27 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, 609-279-1592. $15.

Saturday 10-Noon Open House, Ballet Physique, Princeton Dance and Theater Studio, 116 Rockingham Row, Forrestal Village, Plainsboro, 609-203-0376. Free classes, goodie bags, and refreshments.

Saturday 10-12:30pm Lululemon Athletica presents 108 sun salutations, representing the 108 beads on a mala garland used in meditation. Donations benefit Off the Mat Into the World’s humanitarian efforts. Bring a yoga mat to arrange in a circular formation. Music by Dan Johnson and the Red Hawk Fly.

Saturday 1:30-3pm Insight Meditation Open House, Princeton Center for Yoga & Health, 50 Vreeland Drive, Suite 506, Skillman, 609-924-7294. Presented by Beth Evard. Register. Free.

Saturday 1pm Princeton Football, Princeton Stadium, 609-258-3538. The Citadel. $7, call (609) 258-4TIX (4849)

Saturday 4pm Mala Party, Princeton Center for Yoga & Health, 50 Vreeland Drive, Suite 506, Skillman, 609-924-7294 Family-friendly event to benefit United National International Peace Day. Screening of films, entertainment by musicians and writing. Open mic and food. $10.

Learning

Saturday 2pm Highlights Tour, Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton campus, 609-258-3788 Free.

Saturday 2-5pm Citizenship Workshop, Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, 609-924-9529 Workshop includes information about the application process, and working with trained volunteers, translators, and a photographer for passport photos. Register

Family Time

Saturday 10-4pm Canning and Pickling, Howell Living History Farm, Valley Road, off Route 29, Titusville, 609-737-3299. Farmers teach how to can tomatoes and make tomato sauce, relish, and jelly. Sample results and take home recipes.

Saturday 10-5pm Apple Days, Terhune Orchards, 330 Cold Soil Road, 609-924-2310 Celebrate the apple harvest with a spotlight on pumpkins, gourds, and Indian corn. Pony rides, tractor-drawn and horse-drawn wagon rides, corn stalk maze, and displays in the machinery barn. Apple and pumpkin picking. Apple pies, donuts, muffins, and salads available. Music by the Daisy Jug Band. Free shuttle bus from Bristol-Myers Squibb. $5.

Saturday 10am Chess with Neil Chitaro West Windsor Branch of the Mercer County Library System. Chess for children with some familiarity with chess. Please bring your own chess set. Ages: For Grades 3 & up Registration: Required

Saturday 10:30am Saturday Stories at Princeton Public Library Stories and songs for children. Ages: 2 . 8 Registration: Not required

Saturday 11am and 1pm Tots on Tour, Grounds For Sculpture, 18 Fairgrounds Road, Hamilton, 609-586-0616 For ages 3 to 5. Listen to a story, become park explorers, make original works of art. One adult must accompany each child. Register. Free with park admission. Rain or shine

Saturday 11-5pm Somerset County Fall Festival, American Cancer Society, Hillsborough Promenade Shopping Center, Route 206, Hillsborough, 908-431-9800 Food, games, music, and entertainment. Benefit for cancer research, education, and patient and family services in the community.

Saturday Noon The All Ages Show at Cotsen Children.s Library. You.re invited to put up your feet and tune in to 103.3 FM WPRB.s All-Ages Show! Join Paddy and his partner as they embark on 90 minutes of tunes and tales. This is an on-air radio program to be enjoyed from home. It does not take place in Cotsen.s gallery. All ages, registration not required

Saturday 1pm Art Box Derby Greenway Meadows Park. Everyone is welcome to come to this fun.filled family afternoon with refreshments and live music. Teams may enter in the 10-12 year old, 13-15 year old, 16-adult or family brackets. Prizes will be awarded for the most creative, the greenest and the fastest hand-built coaster cars.. All ages Registration: Required Fee: Free, $20 entry fee per box car
Saturday 9:30am

Food & Wine

Saturday 9-1pm Farmers Market, Montgomery Friends of Open Space, Village Shopping Center, Routes 206 and 518, 908-359-9665 Organic vegetables, breads, flowers, popcorn, honey, and pasture-fed beef and pork.

Saturday 9-1pm West Windsor Community Farmers’ Market, Vaughn Drive Parking Lot, Princeton Junction Train Station, 609-577-5113. Produce, bakery items, meat, coffee, tea, sandwiches, ice cream, pickles, sauces, and flowers. Arts, crafts, children’s activities, culinary demonstrations, entertainment programs, and wellness information. West Windsor Arts Council presents Indian dance with Grishma Parekh of East Windsor.

Saturday 1pm Bottle Your Own Olive Oil, The Grape Escape, 12 Stults Road, Dayton, 609-409-9463. Register $85.

Saturday 2-5pm Wine Tasting, CoolVines, 344 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609-924-0039

Saturday 3:30pm Bottle Your Own Balsamic Vinegar, The Grape Escape, 12 Stults Road, Dayton, 609-409-9463 Register. $90.

Sunday September 20, 2009

Music & Entertainment

Sunday 3pm The Homegrown String Band, Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, 609-9822 Family band presents blues, bluegrass, country, and folk.

Sunday 6-9pm Outdoor Dancing, Central Jersey Dance Society, Hinds Plaza, Witherspoon Street, Princeton, 609-945-1883 Argentine tango night. No partner needed. Surface is smooth stone. Free.

Sunday 7:30pm Mike Marino and Cliff Yates, Catch a Rising Star, Hyatt Regency, 102 Carnegie Center, 609-987-8018 Reservation. $20.

Arts

Sunday 1:30pm A Nice Family Gathering, Off-Broadstreet Theater, 5 South Greenwood Avenue, Hopewell, 609-466-2766 Comedy. $27.50 to $29.50.

Sunday 2pm Nunsense, Somerset Valley Players, Amwell Road, Hillsborough, 908-369-7469 Musical comedy. $14.

Sunday 2pm Having Our Say, McCarter Theater at the Berlind, 91 University Place, Princeton, 609-258-2787 Drama by Emily Mann adapted from the book by Sadie and Bessie Delany with Amy Hill Hearth. $20 to $55.
Sunday 2pm Jekyll & Hyde, Kelsey Theater, Mercer County Community College, 1200 Old Trenton Road, 609-570-3333 Dark musical by Cheng/Ferrara Productions. $16.

Outdoors, Exercise & Health

Sunday 7am Cycling for a Cause, Cerebral Palsy of New Jersey, Mercer County Park, West Windsor, 609-647-0144/ 10 and 50-mile bike rides and a 5-mile wheelchair course to benefit people with all types of disabilities. Register. $25 to $35. Post-ride picnic begins at 11:30 a.m. Participants under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

Sunday 9:30-4:3pm Basic Energy Medicine Workshop, Energy for Healing, 4446 Route 27, Kingston, 609-937-7682 Worried about swine flu? Strengthen your immune system and boost your energy level. Learn the Eden Energy Medicine 10-Minute Daily Routine and more. Taught by certified Eden Energy Medicine practitioners. Full-day workshop intensive. Class size strictly limited. Register.

Sunday 11-7pm Healing Clinic, Needs Approach Counseling, 3571 Quakerbridge Road, Hamilton, 732-220-1663 Meditation and healing tools for depression, anxiety, relationships, and stress. Register. Free.

Sunday Noon Princeton Men.s Soccer vs. FDU Roberts Stadium . Princeton University.Free Admission

Sunday 1-4pm Asthanga Yoga Workshop, One Yoga Center, 405 Route 130, East Windsor, 609-918-0963. Presented by Debra Leong. Register.

Sunday 2:30pm Walk for Farm Animals, Farm Sanctuary, Grover Park, Princeton
Walk to raise awareness about animal welfare issues associated with factory farming. Register. $20.

Sunday 2:30pm Princeton Men.s Soccer vs Monmouth. Free admission.

Learning

Sunday Noon -4pm Tours of the Pleasant Valley Historical Park, Howell Living History Farm, Valley Road, off Route 29, Titusville, 609-737-3299 Free.

Sunday 4pm From Revolution to Relativity, Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609-921-6748 Classic walking tour of downtown Princeton and Princeton University includes stops at Nassau Hall, University Chapel, Woodrow Wilson’s homes, and Einstein’s residence. Register by phone or E-mail jeanette@princetonhistory.org. $7

Family Time

Sunday 10-5pm Apple Days, Terhune Orchards, 330 Cold Soil Road, 609-924-2310 Celebrate the apple harvest with a spotlight on pumpkins, gourds, and Indian corn. Pony rides, tractor-drawn and horse-drawn wagon rides, corn stalk maze, and displays in the machinery barn. Apple and pumpkin picking. Apple pies, donuts, muffins, and salads available. Music by the Daisy Jug Band. Free shuttle bus from Bristol-Myers Squibb. $5.

Sunday 11-5pm Somerset County Fall Festival, American Cancer Society, Hillsborough Promenade Shopping Center, Route 206, Hillsborough, 908-431-9800 Food, games, music, and entertainment. Benefit for cancer research, education, and patient and family services in the community.

Sunday Noon -4pm Corn Maze, Howell Living History Farm, Valley Road, off Route 29, Titusville, 609-737-3299. $8.

Sunday 2pm Folk Tale Puppet Troupe at The Waldorf School of Princeton. The Folk Tale Puppet Troupe will preform .The Queen Bee. free of charge in honor of International Day of Peace. .The Queen Bee. tells the tale of three brothers on a journey to an enchanted castle where they are set challenging tasks. How they treat the small creatures on their journey determines their future. The performance will take place in the Community Room at Waldorf School of Princeton, located at 1062 Cherry Hill Road in Princeton. Ages: 3 and up Fee: Free Registration: Not required, for more information please email mhanan@princetonwaldorf.org

Sunday 3:30pm Sunday Stories at Princeton Public Library. Come listen to stories, Ages 2-8. Registration not required.

Food & Wine

Sunday 9-1pm Farmers Market, Lawrenceville Main Street, 16 Gordon Avenue, Lawrenceville, 609-219-9300 Vegetables, fruits, flowers, herbs, meat, and poultry.


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