Our Weekend Picks

1390f637c318a610a1a48904b47a96c1Thursday, August 28
Explore Lake Mercer by boat – a pontoon boat, that is! The Mercer County Park offers pontoon boat nature tours, discussing the history of the lake and getting up close and personal to beaver lodges, basking turtles, waterfowl, and lakeside wildflowers. $10, 12 or 2pm.  www.mercercounty.org

Friday, August 29
One more chill Friday before the school year starts. Why not spend it with a movie? The Lambertville Library is hosting a free screening of the 90s classic, ‘Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.’ See how the unfortunate inventor, played by Rick Moranis, saves the day after his invention turns his kids into ant-sized miniatures. (Watch out for scorpions!) FREE, 2pm. www.lambertvillelibrary.org

One of our favorite memories from this summer was attending a Trenton Thunder game. Avoid letting Don Henley’s ‘Boys of Summer’ stuck in your head, cause the season is not over at Arm & Hammer Park! This week, the Thunder takes on Reading, the park offers $2 beers through 5th inning, and they’re holding a ‘Moustache Bash’ – if you’re looking for a fun Friday, you can’t go wrong with this one! $11-27, 7pm. www.trentonthunder.com

Whole Kids Foundation Fun at Whole Foods Market Princeton
Have you heard about the Whole Kids Foundation? It’s helping ensure healthy lunches for kids across the US, and the cause of a lot of celebration and to-do at Whole Foods Market Princeton! Visit the store for fun that includes:
Weekly Gift Card Raffles, The Cutest Pet Contest, Super Sampling Events, A Book Sale, A Bike Raffle & The Talented Team Member Auction.
Learn all about the Whole Kids Foundation (psst: you can make a donation to support it at any register in the store!) Visit the store’s website for more information & fun foodie events.

Saturday, August 30
Two interesting and educational activities happening at Washington Crossing State Park this weekend! First, bring the kids to the Visitor Center Museum overlooking Route 29 & the river for a look at history in action, as the park hosts a Musket Firing Demonstration. Historians will also talk about Revolutionary War weaponry and how the weapons were used during the Battle of Trenton. $1, 2pm.

Science more your speed? Also happening Saturday afternoon is a Solar Observation at the Nature Center. Look into the skies! Gene Ramsey will lead visitors in viewing magnetic sun storms, sun spots, solar flares and other solar phenomena.$5 per car, 1-3pm.

 

Sunday, August 31

Raise a toast to the end of another great summer. Send it off with a toast while sipping Sangria at Terhune Orchards. From noon to 5pm, stop by the farm for a red and white sangria tasting, wine tasting, art, and – if you’re like us – a donut (or two.) FREE. www.terhuneorchards.com

 


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