Our Weekend Picks: Bridal Event, Princeton Environmental Film Festival, and More!

Friday April 13
The Princeton Environmental Film Festival has begun, and continues this weekend at Princeton Public Library! On Friday, catch screenings of “From Seed to Seed,” about a couple that left the opera to pursue small-scale farming, noon; “Evolution of Organic,” the story of organic agriculture, 2 p.m.; and “Plastic Is Forever,” by a 13-year-old filmmaker from the San Juan Islands. These screenings begin at 4 p.m., www.princetonlibrary.org

19 Hulfish Street on Palmer Square has come alive with art for Homefront NJ’s annual Art Jam! Featuring dozens of local artists, the pop-up gallery features art of all kinds, from sewing to painting, jewelry, photography and more. Celebrate the opening of the show with a reception this Friday. FREE, 5-9pm. www.homefrontnj.org/artjam


Featured Event of the Week: Bridal Event Saturday & Sunday at Hamilton Jewelers
Join Hamilton Jewelers at their Princeton location April 14th and 15th for their Annual Bridal Event. Receive $500 with Engagement Ring purchases of $5,000 or more & 20% off of Wedding Bands!  Meet with a representative from the knot and enjoy gifts including a complimentary portrait, savings on many wedding service providers, including Grounds for Sculpture, Viburnum Designs, Metropolis Salon and more!  Enjoy champagne and truffles while you shop. AND register to win a 65” Samsung Smart TV! https://www.hamiltonjewelers.com/pages/Bridal-Event.html


Saturday April 14
Morven Museum hosts four authors in a discussion on their published novels, historical non-fiction and journalism. “Four Writers on War and Migration” features authors Sally Magnusson, Christopher Dickey, Lynne Olson, and Neal Ascherson. $10 for single author events; $30 for all four authors. www.morven.org

The earliest signs of spring are popping up in our area, and the woods in our are are dotted with wildflowers. Join the Sourland Coservancy on a walk at Lambertville’s Rock Hopper Trail to find, identify, and learn about how this flowers brave the elements, and what local wildlife counts on them at this time of year. FREE, register. 10am. tiny.cc/SCNewsletter

Sunday April 15
Get outside and go geocaching! Visit the Nature Center at Washington Crossing State Park in Titusville to use GPS technology to hunt for hidden items in the park. Register. $2. 1:30pm. 609-737-0609

 


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