Our Weekend Picks: Hometown Halloween Parade, TEDxCarnegieLake & More!

Friday, October 27
Dress up in your best costume and join the Arts Council of Princeton for the Annual Hometown Halloween Parade! Join us at 5:15pm on Palmer Square Green in Princeton to enjoy the music of the Princeton University Marching Band before the parade will make its way through Downtown Princeton and end at the Princeton YMCA. Parade will leave Palmer Square Green promptly at 5:45pm. The festivities continue at the YMCA with live music, a bounce house, trunk or treat, food and drink, crafts and family-friendly activities, and more! Free and open to all. artscouncilofprinceton.org

The Waldorf School of Princeton presents its own Halloween tradition; the Halloween Walk! Families can explore a path that winds through the school grounds, revealing magical tales and stories that come to life. 6:30pm. $10 each, or $25 for families of 3 or more. www.princetonwaldorf.org

Who-who wants to learn about owls? The Sourland Conservancy hosts a talk at the Hopewell Train Station tonight, all about the owls found in New Jersey. 7pm. www.sourland.org

Saturday, October 28
Spend some time in Marquand Park on Saturday morning and learn about the beautiful property’s history and exotic trees! Bob Wells, director of Aboriculture at the Morris Arboretum, and Roland Machold, former board member of the Marquand Park Foundation, will lead the stroll. FREE, 11am.  www.princetonhistory.org

Get your fill of inspiration: TEDx is coming to Princeton, with TEDxCarnegieLake. Speakers include Amanda Elmore (a 2016 Olympic Gold Medalist rower), Christopher Baldassana (Professor, Princeton University), Marvi Lacar (documentary photographer), Serena Burla (professional marathon runner) and more. Ed Tseng hosts the event, which will be held at John Witherspoon Middle School. 12-5pm, tickets start at $25. www.tedxcarnegielake.com/2017

Princeton University‘s Frick Chemistry Laboratory will be transformed into a modern Garden of Eden for The Arts Council of Princeton’s fundraiser, Dining by Design 2017: Edge of Dawn – and there’s still time to get tickets! Friends, food and fine wine, plus party boards and live auction, in support of making the arts and art programming accessible to all. 6pm. Tickets: http://bit.ly/DXD2017 or call Courtney Brettle 609.924.8777, ext 109.

Sunday, October 29
We’re obsessed with local artist Andre Veloux and his eye-catching images made of Lego! His work is on display at Princeton Public Library, and on Sunday he invites kids 8+ to join him and to create their own piece of Lego wall art using one of his templates. FREE, 3pm. www.princetonlibrary.org

Princeton Football’s Family Costume Night – October 28
Wear your Halloween Costume to the game and receive an $8 group rate ticket. The First 1000 fans Receive a Princeton Football Seat Cushion, and the halftime costume contest will be judged by Dean Cain! (Team Scoop wonders if dressing as Superman gets you extra points…?)

Friday, October 27th, 2017
Women’s Ice Hockey 6:00 Pm Vs Harvard, Hobey Baker Rink

Women’s Volleyball 7:00 Pm Vs Yale, Dillon Gymnasium

Saturday, October 28th, 2017
Field Hockey 12:00 Pm Vs Cornell, Bedford Field

Women’s Soccer 2:30 Pm Vs Cornell, Myslik Field At Roberts Stadium

Women’s Ice Hockey 3:00 Pm Vs Dartmouth, Hobey Baker Rink

Women’s Volleyball 5:00 Pm Vs Brown, Dillon Gymnasium

Men’s Soccer 5:00 Pm Vs Cornell, Myslik Field At Roberts Stadium

Football 7:00 Pm Vs Cornell, Powers Field At Princeton Stadium

Sunday, October 29th, 2017
Men’s Ice Hockey 4:00 Pm Vs Holy Cross, Hobey Baker Rink

For tickets and info, visit www.GoPrincetonTigers.com/tickets


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