Our Weekend Picks

Friday, August 26
If you missed our Instagram post, we recommend a drive over to Route 29 for the Hunterdon County 4H Fair, which runs all weekend long – but Friday night has fireworks! Blue ribbon veggies, prize winning livestock, carnival rides, fried foods, and all the Americana your heart desires. $10 admission per car. http://www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/4Hagfair.htm

Saturday August 27
Stretch your legs and meet some friends at a Saturday walk at Turning Basin Park. Princeton Canal Walkers’ Group Walk is a 3.5 mile stroll along the canal – a perfect way to spend a summer Saturday morning! FREE, 10am. 609-638-6552

If you were thinking “summer isn’t complete without a little fiddle music,” then you’d better head to Howell Living History Farm this weekend! The Folk Exchange Fiddle Contest features some of the best fiddlers from the tri-state area, and they’ll be playing live starting at noon. FREE, www.howellfarm.org

Night sky, big screen, and big sound – it’s time for another evening of Animation at the Station at the Hopewell Train Station. Once the sun goes down, an animated flick will be shown on the big screen. Bring a blanket, some bug spray and your favorite movie snacks! FREE, 8:30pm. ww.hopewellboro-nj.us


*There’s still time to enjoy summer without the glasses or contacts! We gave up the glasses and visited Princeton area LASIK doc, Dr. Barry Wasserman for the simple, pain-free, office procedure. Click to meet Barry, as his patients call him, and find out more about LASIK. 

Sunday August 28
Wanna learn something new? Try your hand at kayaking with a lesson at Washington Crossing State Park in Titusville. Learn the ins and outs and see how you like it! FREE, registration required: 609-737-0609

For another unique experience, head to the Graduate School at Princeton University – located at 88 College Road West – for the final Summer Carillon concert – featuring 67 cast bronze bells played expressively by hand. FREE, 1pm. https://gradschool.princeton.edu/news/summer-carillon-2016


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