Hey Cool Princetonians….a little hot for ya this week? The weekend looks iffy but then again most days when it says 20% chance of rain the weather has been brilliant. Not sure how much “science” goes into weather forecasting.
Lots of great things to do around town this weekend. Our pick is the Farm to Table Event at FernBrook Farm. It is a Saturday late afternoon deal…food, wine, fun and kids under 12 are FREE. Great if you have friends coming in from out of town. Also, my other pick is Saturday from 6-8 pm at Small World Coffee on Witherspoon. Rory Smith is opening his art show that will be there thru September 1. I met him a few months back at Small World…his art is INSANELY creative. You won’t be disappointed.
On a deeply sad note we lost a local girl early Saturday morning and we wanted to send our condolences and a note to the community. Kristen-Anne King, 19, a recent graduate of the Hun School, of Princeton, was in the back seat of a car that spun out of control and struck a utility pole at about 3 a.m. on Province Line Road. The driver who was only 20, was intoxicated. While we at PrincetonScoop will never preach to you, we just want to remind you that taking risks like driving after drinking puts everyone’s lives at risk. TAKE A CAB PEOPLE. Princeton even has it’s first ECO-Friendly cab company…A AMIGO 609-452-2121 …and they are people friendly too. So we’re just hoping you’ll all stay safe and hope that Kristen’s family finds peace in the coming days.
Now on to the weekend events: We used to list this monster by category but have changed this week to listings by date AND by category to see if it makes it easier to wade thru this compilation. If you are still reading this far and have another second or two when you are done perusing, please leave us a comment telling us if you like it better this way or the old way. After all….we do it all for you!
Thursday August 6, 2009
Music & Entertainment
Thursday Noon Carnegie Center Concert Series, Patio at 502 Carnegie Center, 609-452-1444 Free.
Thursday 2pm & 8pm A Chorus Line, Bucks County Playhouse, 70 South Main Street, New Hope, 215-862-2041 Musical. $25., www.buckscountyplayhouse.com
Thursday, 3:30pm Drop-In Program, Princeton Public Library, Witherspoon Street, 609-924-9529 Crafts, games, improvisation, music, and poetry., www.princetonlibrary.org
Thursday 6pm-8pm The Alfred James Band, Arts Council of Princeton, Princeton Shopping Center, 609-924-8777 Grammy award winners. Free. www.artscouncilofprinceton.org
Thursday 6 p.m.: Arts Council of Princeton.s Courtyard Concert with The Alfred James Band; Princeton Shopping Center. Free.
Thursday 6:30 p.m.: Whiskey Girls concert; Weeden Park, Lawrenceville. Free.
Thursday 7-8pm 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, Behind Salt Creek Grille., www.princetonforrestalvillage.com
Thursday 7:30 pm Summer Sings, Voices Chorale, Music Together, 225 Pennington-Hopewell Road, Hopewell, 609-637-9383 Open sing of Faure Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine. Soloists include real-life couple, Katherine Wessinger, soprano, and Richard Bozic, bass. Bring your own score or borrow one for the evening. Ice cream social follows. Auditions for serious singers with good reading skills take place by appointment before the sing. $5 donation., www.voiceschorale.org
Thursday 7:30pm Tara Buzash Trio, Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, 609-924-8822 Jazz., www.princetonlibrary.org
Thursday 8pmThe Underpants, Princeton Summer Theater, Hamilton Murray Theater, 609-258-7062 Steve Martin’s adaptation of a German classic about a woman who loses her underpants in full view of the town. $20, www.princetonsummertheater.org
Thursday 8pm Argentine Tango, Black Cat Tango, Suzanne Patterson Center, Monument Drive, 609-273-1378 Beginner and intermediate classes followed by guided practice. $10., www.theblackcattango.com
Thursday 9pm Singer Songwriter Showcase, Triumph Brewing Company, 138 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609-924-7855 Hosted by Frank Thewes., www.triumphbrew.com
Outdoors, Exercise & Health
Thursday 1pm Caregiver Support Group, Alzheimer’s Association, 196 Princeton Hightstown Road, West Windsor, 800-883-1180 www.alz.org
Thursday 2pm-3:30pm Pontoon Boat Tours, Mercer County Park Commission, Mercer County Park Marina, West Windsor, 609-989-6540 Search for the flora and fauna in the lake area. Binoculars for birding invited. For families and adults., www.mercercounty.org
Thursday 6pm MS Unplugged: Real Talk About Treating MS, MS Lifelines, Marriott, Forrestal Village, Plainsboro, 877-329-8327 , Group discussion to share experiences with patients, family, friends, and Amos Katz, a neurology professor. Dinner included. Register. Free.
Thursday 7pm to 8:30 Workshop Series, Infertility and Adoption Counseling Center, 2 Tree Farm Road, Pennington, 609-737-8750 ‘Making the Decision to Adopt’ presented by Joni Mantell. Register., www.iaccenter.com
Thursday 11:30am Princeton Chamber, Princeton Marriott, 609-924-1776 ”The Business Impact of Capital Health’s New Construction,’ Al Maghazehe, Capital Health Systems, $50.
Thursday 3:30pm Hopewell Public Library.Crafting with Creative Kids Place! Bring your favorite book and Kelly from Creative Kids Place will help us create an image that reminds us of that book. Afterward she will make a T-Shirt or Tote Bags for you with your art work so you can remember your favorite summer read ALL YEAR LONG! Ages: All ages.Registration: Call (609) 466-1625 .Fee: Free
Thursday 4pm (Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, 609-924-8822 Paper airplane workshop for ages 9 and older, www.princetonlibrary.org
Thursday 6:00 pm BounceU of West Windsor Hannah Montana Event A Hannah Montana look-alike is performing at BounceU of West Windsor live and in-person! This special event combines Hannah Montana music, food and drinks, and awesome inflatable fun! Admission includes Bounce time, 2 Slices of Pizza and drinks, Concert and Photo Opportunities.Ages: All ages.Tickets: $15.95 per person. Must be purchased in advance (609) 443-5867
Thursday 7:00pm Teen Movie Night.Hopewell Public Library. Watch Howl.s Moving Castle.Ages: 13 and up.Registration: Not Required.Fee: Free
Friday August 7, 2009
Music & Entertainment
Friday 6:30pm Kingston Greenways Association, D&R Greenway, 1 Preservation Place, Rosedale Road, 609-750-1821 ‘The Songs of Insects’ presented by Wil Hershberger, co-creator of the CD ‘Insect Concertos’ and co-author of ‘The Songs of Insects.’ Insect walk for ages 8 and up follows. Register. $10., www.kingstongreenways.org
Friday 7pm-8pm Eric Mintel Jazz Quartet, Plainsboro Recreation, Municipal Complex, 641 Plainsboro Road, 609-799-0909 Jazz. Indoors if it rains. Free., www.plainsboronj.com
Friday 7pm-10pm Outdoor Dancing, Central Jersey Dance Society, Hinds Plaza, Witherspoon Street, Princeton, 609-945-1883 Tango, swing, ballroom, and Latin dancing. No partner needed. Surface is smooth stone. Free., www.centraljerseydance.org
Friday 7 p.m.: Summer Under the Stars concert with Mark Cosgrove & the Good Medicine (bluegrass) Band; Crossing Vineyards and Winery, 1853 Wrightstown Road, Washington Crossing, Pa.
Friday 7:30pm The VooDudes, Grounds For Sculpture, 18 Fairgrounds Road, Hamilton, 609-586-0616 Rain or shine. $12., www.groundsforsculpture.org
Friday 8pm English Country Dance, Lambertville Country Dancers, Titusville United Methodist Church, 7 Church Road, Titusville No partner needed. Beginners welcome. $8, www.lambertvillecountrydancers.com
Friday 8pm Ballroom Dance Social, G & J Studios, 5 Jill Court, Building 14, Hillsborough, 908-892-0344
Friday 8:30-10:30pm Percussion Evening, Small World Coffee, 14 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, 609-924-4377 www.smallworldcoffee.com
Friday 1pm-4pm Young Artists Workshops, Princeton Summer Theater, Hamilton Murray Theater, 609-258-7062 ‘Acting Through Voice and Movement’ focuses on tips and trips for creating a character with your body as a tool. For ages 7 to 12. Register. $30., www.princetonsummertheater.org
Friday 3:30pm Readers’ Theater Workshop, Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, 609-924-8822 Theater games and scripts for ages 9 to 12., www.princetonlibrary.org
Friday 7 to 10 p.m.: Central Jersey Dance Society.s .Dancing Under the Stars.; Hinds Plaza, Princeton Public Library. Free
Friday 8pm There Goes the Bride, Off-Broadstreet Theater, 5 South Greenwood Avenue, Hopewell, 609-466-2766 Comedy farce by Ray Cooney. $27.50 to $29.50., www.off-broadstreet.com
Friday 8pm The Underpants, Princeton Summer Theater, Hamilton Murray Theater, 609-258-7062 Steve Martin’s adaptation of a German classic about a woman who loses her underpants in full view of the town. $20., www.princetonsummertheater.org
Outdoors, Exercise & Health
Friday 8am-10am Bicycle Tours, Duke Farms, 80 Route 206 South, Hillsborough, 908-722-3700 Seven-mile ride. Bring mountain bike and helmet. Register. $10., www.dukefarms.org
Friday 7pm . 8:45 Drum Circle for Adults, Center for Relaxation and Healing, 666 Plainsboro Road, Suite 635, Plainsboro, 609-750-7432 No experience required. Drums provided or bring your own. $15., www.relaxationandhealing.com
Friday 6:30pm Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park,Night Flyers. Learn about the wildlife that awakens after dark. The naturalist of D&R will be discussing the adaptations and habits of the bats and owls of New Jersey and their importance to our ecosystem. Participants will get a chance to look through owl pellets, listen to the many varied sounds of owls and debunk the many rumors of bats.Ages: All ages Registration: RequiredFee: Free
Friday 10:30am Princeton Public Library,Super Stories. Sophisticated Stories Ages: 6 . 7Registration: Not required
Friday 10:30am West Windsor Branch of the Mercer County Library System,End of Summer Reading Program Party. Enjoy a party with a concert by Presley & Melody and balloons by Jon Cap. Ages: 0 . 6.Registration: Required
Friday Noon Hopewell Branch of the Mercer County Library System,Page Turners Book Club (Boys Only) Bring your lunch and get some great book recommendations from librarians and participants. Boys and girls will be getting together every other week to talk about and review favorite books and get introduced to new ones!Ages: Entering Grades 4 . 5. Registration: Required
Friday 1:30pm Hopewell Branch of the Mercer County Summer Reading Program Closing Party Celebrate the last day of the summer reading program with a Mad Science show:.Spin, Pop, Boom!. Ages: All ages.Registration: Not required
Friday 2:00pm West Windsor Branch of the Mercer County Library System End of Summer Reading Program Bingo Party, Enjoy Bingo!Ages: 7 and up.Registration: Required
Friday 3:30pm Princeton Public Library Emma the Reading Therapy Dog, Come read with Emma and her owner Joe Turner. Sign up for a 15 minute session. All ages.Registration: Required
Food & Wine
Friday 3pm-7pm Farmers Market, Greater Hightstown East Windsor Improvement Project, Memorial Park www.downtownhightstown.org
Friday 5-8pm Happy Hours, Hopewell Valley Vineyards, 46 Yard Road, Pennington, 609-737-4465 Live music. Food and wine available. Free admission., www.hopewellvalleyvineyards.com
Friday 5:30pm Friday Night Flights: Spain, Elements, 163 Bayard Lane, Princeton, 609-924-0078
Saturday August 8, 2009
Music & Entertainment
Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.: John Henry Goldman and StraightJazz combo; West Windsor Farmers Market, Vaughn Drive parking lot, Princeton Junction train station.
Saturday 2 to 4 p.m.: Concert with Sundog Band; Palmer Square. Free.
Saturday 6pm Sandy Zio Band, West Windsor Arts Council, Nassau Park Pavilion, West Windsor, 609-919-1982 Blues, folk, and rock by singer and piano player Sandy Zio. The band presents songs from Zio’s debut CD, ‘All That I Am.’ Free concert in ‘Celebrate Americana’ summer music series. Bring chairs or blankets. Inside Panera if raining., www.westwindsorarts.org
Saturday 6:30 p.m.: Without a Net -Rock band; Halo Pub, 9 Hulfish Street.
Saturday 7:30-11pm English Country Dance, Princeton Country Dancers, Suzanne Patterson Center, Monument Drive, 609-924-6763 Instruction and dance. $8., www.princetoncountrydancers.org
Saturday 7:30-9:30pm Erin Jackson, Al Cassanova, and Steve Trevalise, Catch a Rising Star, Hyatt Regency, 102 Carnegie Center, 609-987-8018 Reservation. $20., www.catcharisingstar.com
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., www.gandjstudios.com
Saturday 8:30 p.m.: Central Jersey Dance Society Ballroom Blitz dance; Universalist Church, 50 Cherry Hill Road.
Saturday 10:30pm Stems and Seeds, Triumph Brewing Company, 138 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609-924-7855 $5 cover. Must be 21., www.triumphbrew.com
Saturday 11am-5:30pm Art Exhibit, Honig Gallery, 47 West Broad Street, Hopewell, 646-345-5538 New works by painter Marilyn Honig
Saturday 2pm Highlights Tour, Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton campus, 609-258-3788 Free., www.artmuseum.princeton.edu
Saturday 6-8pm Art Show, Small World Coffee, 14 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, 609-924-4377 Opening reception for ‘Midnight Jam,’ an exhibit featuring the works of Princetonresident Rory Smith, a graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York City. On view to September 1., www.smallworldcoffee.com
Saturday 8pm There Goes the Bride, Off-Broadstreet Theater, 5 South Greenwood Avenue, Hopewell, 609-466-2766 Comedy farce by Ray Cooney. $27.50 to $29.50., www.off-broadstreet.com
Saturday 8pm The Underpants, Princeton Summer Theater, Hamilton Murray Theater, 609-258-7062 Steve Martin’s adaptation of a German classic about a woman who loses her underpants in full view of the town. $20., www.princetonsummertheater.org
Outdoors, Exercise & Health
Saturday 9am Community Yoga, In Balance Center for Living, 230 South Branch Road, Hillsborough, 908-369-4949 Mixed level class. $17., www.inbalancecenter.com
Saturday 9:30 am Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association,Shady Sourland Mountain Hike Enjoy the huge boulders and cool shade of the Sourland Mountain Preserve of Somerset County. On this guided walk participants will meet some resident plants and animals, ranging from the statuesque tulip trees to the miniscule springtales. We will also explore the fascinating geologic processes that formed the mountains, along with its impressive boulders and small caves. Don.t miss this intimate look at the birthplace of so many of our streams. Ages: 6 and up. Registration: Required. Call (609) 737-7592 .Fee: Suggested $5 donation.
Saturday 10-3pm Walk on the Wild Side, Duke Farms, 80 Route 206 South, Hillsborough, 908-722-3700 Self-guided nature walk. Free., www.dukefarms.org
Saturday 11am-Noon Meet and Greet, Princeton National Rowing Association, Mercer Lake, 1 South Post Road, West Windsor, 609-799-7100 Meet the U.S. national team in conjunction with the World Championship trials. Athletes will sign autographs. Free., www.usrowing.org
Saturday 2-4pm Kirtan with Karttikeya, One Yoga Center, 405 Route 130, East Windsor, 609-918-0963 Chanting for the family. Free-will donation., www.oneyogacenter.net
Saturday 3:30-5pm Family Nature Programs, Plainsboro Preserve, 80 Scotts Corner Road, Plainsboro, 609-897-9400 ‘Do Butterflies Bite?’ Register. $5., www.njaudubon.org
Saturday 12:30 pm William Trent House Museum,Butter Making. Help churn butter and sample it on fresh baked bread! Ages: All ages. Registration: Not required
Saturday 2pm Programs for Kids With Autism Spectrum Disorder, South Brunswick Library, 110 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction, 732-329-4000′What to do Next’ presented by Amy Perrine from Autism NJ. Register. Free., www.sbpl.info
Saturday 2-4pm The Wisdom of Lao Tzu, Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, 609-924-8822 Modern interpretation of Tao Te Ching Chinese philosophy is presented by Jonathan Chao, a lecturer for Tao’s Culture. Free., www.princetonlibrary.org
Saturday 3 to 5 p.m.: Talk and book signing by Sophie Glovier, author of Walk the Trails In & Around Princeton; Blue Ridge Mountain Sports, Princeton Shopping Center.
Saturday 3:30pm Plainsboro Preserve . NJ Audubon Society. Do Butterflies Bite? Learn the answer to this question and many more fascinating facts about butterflies. Join associate naturalist Valerie Lysenko for this informative session on butterfly biology, feeding habits, life cycles, and habitats. A brief hike into our butterfly gardens to discuss methods of attracting butterflies to your backyard will follow the presentation.Ages: 6 and up.Registration: Pre-registration is encouraged. Call (609) 897-9400Fee: $3 for members, $5 for nonmembers
Saturday 10-4pm Honey Harvest, Howell Living History Farm, Valley Road, off Route 29, Titusville, 609-737-3299 The bee yard is open for visits from 1 to 1:45. Visitors should avoid wearing perfume, cologne, or hairspray. Honey extracting and sampling from 2:15 to 3:30 p.m. Visitors will be able to help uncap and extract honey, to taste and buy honey, and see the inside of working hives. Free., www.howellfarm.org
Saturday 10-6pm Trenton-Robbinsville Airport. Robbinsville Sesquicentennial Celebration: Trains, Planes & Automobiles. Bring your family to enjoy antique airplanes, automobiles and a replica of the famous John Bull train engine. Activities include plane rides over local neighborhoods (for a fee); sit in a Ford Model A rumble seat; take in the .living history. that life-long Robbinsville residents share; displays on New Jersey.s first railroad which helped build the towns of Windsor and Robbinsville; speak with members of local flying clubs and enjoy various food items (italian ices, gyros, popcorn, etc. for a fee). Rain date is August 9th.Ages: All agesFee: Free
Saturday 10:30am Plainsboro Public Library, Stories Alive. Join us for storytime. Ages: All ages. Registration: Not required
Saturday 10:30am Princeton Public Library, Saturday Stories Time: 10:30am Stories and songs for children Ages: 2 . 8 Registration: Not required
Saturday 11:30 am Labyrinth Books,Saturday Story Time. Readings of new and classic picture books. Ages: 5 and under. Registration: Not required Fee: Free
Saturday 11:30-3:30pm Family Picnic, Indian American Civic Forum, West Windsor Community Park, Princeton-Hightstown Road, West Windsor, 609-273-1955 Family and cultural gathering with activities for children and Indian desi food. Indian music features songs of the 1960s to 1980s. $10 per family; $5 individual., www.iacf.org
Saturday 1pm Monopoly Tournament, Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, 609-924-8822 For kids of all ages., www.princetonlibrary.org
Food & Wine
Saturday 9-1pm 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., www.montgomeryfriends.org
Saturday 9-1pm Farmers Market, Pennington Market, 25 Route 31, Pennington, 609-737-0058 Local produce, cooking classes, live music, environmental workshops, and demonstrations of earth-friendly products and ideas.
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 ‘Aboriginal Dream Time Painting,’ a step back in time to create animals in the Australian fashion. John Henry Goldman and StraightJazz combo perform., www.westwindsorfarmersmarket.org
Saturday 9am-1pm Pennington Farmers. Market , Five high-quality local farms, including one certified organic and another certified .naturally grown., will sell fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables every Saturday morning. Located at the Pennington Shopping Center
Saturday 9:00am-1:00pm, Montgomery Farmer’s Market @Village Shopper in Skillman. Activities: Supplying organic and local produce, bread from Lawrence Bakery, as well as NJ honey, popcorn, juice and salsa every Saturday morning.
Saturday 10-4pm West Windsor Farmers. Market, Seasonal produce, poultry, flowers, bedding plants, baked goods, community spirit and much more are all there to take advantage of! We have entertainment throughout the season and twice-monthly events sponsored by the West Windsor Arts Council.
Saturday 10-4pm, Howell Living History Farm, Honey Harvest Join in an old fashioned honey harvest. All of the Farm.s bees will be on their best behavior that day according to beekeepers, who have invited the public to meet the queens, drones and workers who are responsible for this year.s crop of clover honey. Visitors will be able to help uncap and extract honey, to taste and buy honey, and to see the insides of working hives. A children.s craft program, Rolled Candle, is available from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Registration: Not required Fee: $3.00 fee for children.s craft project.
Saturday Noon Product Cooking Demonstration, Miele Design Center, 9 Independence Way, Princeton, 800-843-7231 Register. Free., www.mieleusa.com If you are in the thought process of renovating it is a good way to check out the Miele Brand.
Saturday 2-5pm Wine Tasting, CoolVines, 344 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609-924-0039 The Origin of Malbec., www.coolvines.com
Saturday 4pm Farm to Table Dinner, Terra Momo Restaurant Group and Eno Terra, Fernbrook Farms, 142 Bordentown Georgetown Road, Chesterfield, 609-497-1777 Family activities include a grilling seminar with chef Chris Albrecht, a wine seminar with Carlo Momo, dinner options from the grill, fresh produce from Fernbrook and other area farms, an interpretive nature hike centering on the farm’s ecosystem, hayrides, outdoor games, a visit to the farm animals, and evening s’mores around a bonfire. Benefit for Fernbrook Farms Education Center, a 230-acre preserved working farm that educates about agriculture, food, and the environment through hands-on experiences. Register. $39 includes wine tasting., www.terramomo.com
Sunday August 9, 2009
Music & Entertainment
Sunday 1pm Carillon Concert, Princeton University, Grover Cleveland Tower, Graduate College, 609-258-3654 Concert on the fifth largest carillon in the country. Free.
Sunday 1-4pm Music and Motion Dance Productions, Grounds For Sculpture, 18 Fairgrounds Road, Hamilton, 609-586-0616 ‘The 9 Muses,’ a new performance piece. Raindate is Sunday, August 16. Free with park admission., www.groundsforsculpture.org
Sunday 2pm There Goes the Bride, Off-Broadstreet Theater, 5 South Greenwood Avenue, Hopewell, 609-466-2766 Comedy farce by Ray Cooney. $27.50 to $29.50., www.off-broadstreet.com
Sunday 2pm The Underpants, Princeton Summer Theater, Hamilton Murray Theater, 609-258-7062 Steve Martin’s adaptation of a German classic about a woman who loses her underpants in full view of the town. $16., www.princetonsummertheater.org
Sunday 6pm Neil and the Diamonds, East Windsor Township, Etra Lake Park, East Windsor, 609-443-4000 Neil Diamond tribute includes ‘Sweet Caroline,’ ‘Cracklin’ Rosie,’ and ‘Song Sung Blue.’ Raindate is Sunday, August 16., www.east-windsor.nj.us
Sunday 11-5:30pm Art Exhibit, Honig Gallery, 47 West Broad Street, Hopewell, 646-345-5538 New works by painter Marilyn Honig.
Sunday 2pm Highlights Tour, Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton campus, 609-258-3788 Free., www.artmuseum.princeton.edu
Outdoors, Exercise & Health
Sunday 2pm Softball Game, Outer Circle Ski Club, Plainsboro Park, 609-799-4674 Pick up game for adults over 21., www.outercircleskiclub.org
Sunday 7-8:45 pm Relaxation Workshop, Needs Approach Counseling, Relaxation and Intuition Training, 4446 Route 27, Kingston, 732-220-1663 Andrew Arneson facilitates intensive workshop for relaxation, emotional healing, and intuition development. Register. $20., www.needsapproach.com
Sunday 2pm 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 email@example.com. $7., www.princetonhistory.org
Sunday 2 to 4 p.m.: Historical Society of Princeton Sunday Walking Tour of downtown Princeton and University campus; Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau Street. No reservations required.
Sunday 8am-4pm Shady Brook Farm, Peach Festival,Activities: Don.t miss this seasonal family fun festival including a Moonbounce & Giant Slide, Kids Crafts, Informational seminars on seasonal and farm-related topics, a Playground, Hayrides ($3), Inflatables, Tryke Track and food, drinks, and ice cream available (for extra fees).Ages: All ages.Fee: Free
Sunday 2-4pm Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park,Bluegrass Music & Ice Cream at the Blackwells Mills Canal House . Bring your children and plan to spend a few hours at the historic canal house on the corner of Blackwells Mills and Canal Road in Franklin Township for a summer ice cream social. Watch canoes and kayaks sail by on the D & R Canal as you relax with friends, listen to the lively sounds of the Six Mile Run Bluegrass Band and enjoy a frosty homemade treat from Confectionately Yours. Ages: All agesRegistration: Not required.Fee: Free
Food & Wine
Sunday 9-1pm Farmers Market, Lawrenceville Main Street, 16 Gordon Avenue, Lawrenceville, 609-219-9300 Vegetables, fruits, flowers, herbs, meat, and poultry., www.LawrencevilleMainStreet.com
Sunday 6:30pm Summer in Northern Italy, CoolVines, Camillo’s Cafe, Princeton Shopping Center, 609-924-0039 Four-course wine dinner paired with Italian regional cuisine. Birk O’Halloran explains the pairings selected. Register. $75. www.coolvines.com