Our Weekend Picks: Dining by Design, Theater, & More

Friday, November 9
Princeton University’s Triangle Club has been operating for 128 years, putting on shows written and performed by students. They’re opening their latest this Friday! ‘Night of the Laughing Dead’, a musical comedy, premieres on Friday and runs for several performances. Join in the tradition and grab a seat! Tickets are $25 to the public. 8pm.  www.triangleshow.com

Saturday, November 10
This weekend marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. The Old Barracks Museum in Trenton hosts a Commemoration of the occasion, featuring artifacts, kids’ activities, and more, bringing the historic day to life! Tickets $5-10.  10am. www.barracks.org

You had us at bacon: Howell Living History Farm is serving up the goodness, with a Bacon, Sausage, and Scrapple Making weekend. Visit the historic farm and help fill the sausage stuffer, or try your hand at grinding corn. FREE, 10am. www.howellfarm.org

Kelsey Theatre’s latest production is a crowd-pleaser: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast! The musical is sure to delight the entire family (and try to resist singing along to all of those classic Disney tunes!) Tickets start at $20. Showtimes at 2pm and 8pm. www.kelseytheatre.net

Sunday, November 11
Head to Princeton Public Library to catch a screening of ‘Let There Be Light: The 100 Year Journey to Fusion,’ which tells the story of scientists from 37 countries who are building the most complex machine ever attempted in the hope of producing clean, cheap, abundant energy, and will be followed by a panel discussion with experts from the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, and moderated by Scientific American editor Michael Lemonick. FREE, 2pm. www.princetonlibrary.org


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