Our Weekend Picks: Moby Dick, The Boss, Farmers Markets & More!

Friday March 3
“Arrival” has arrived at Princeton Public Library. Catch a free screening of the Academy Award-nominated extraterrestrial film on Friday. FREE, 4pm. www.princetonlibrary.org

Saturday March 4
Spring is just around the corner, but until it officially gets here, the West Windsor Community Farmers Market is indoors at the West Windsor Athletic Club. Stock up on locally grown produce, fresh baked treats, local goods and more at the market, and have a deliciously local weekend. FREE, 10am-1pm. www.westwindsorfarmersmarket.org

Is your preschooler a little STEM whiz? Let them get hands on and explore the world of STEM at the Watershed, with senior naturalis Allison Jackson during ‘STEM Saturdays for Preschoolers.’ $15, 10am. www.thewatershed.org

The Princeton University Art Museum’s newest exhibit opens this weekend, and kicks off with an opening lecture in Dodds Auditorium. The curator of “The Berlin Painter and His World: Athenian Vase-Painting in the Early Fifth Century B.C.”, an exhibit featuring 84 vessels and statuettes from the period, including 54 vases attributed to the Berlin painter, will be followed by a reception in the museum. FREE, 5pm. artmuseum.princeton.edu

Elsewhere on campus, the Princeton University Glee Club & Orchestra presents Mozart’s Requiem at Richardson Auditorium. Conducted by Renata Berlin, the performance of the legendary piece will also include Bach’s “Jesu, meine Freude.” $15, 7:30pm. tickets.princeton.edu

 

Sunday March 5
You’ve never heard Moby Dick like this before! Raconteur Radio is taking over the community room at the Princeton Public Library to state a radio show based on Melville’s classic tale. Grab a seat and listen in–and watch!–as the performers present Moby Dick. FREE, 2pm. www.princetonlibrary.org

If you haven’t yet visited Morven Museum and Garden’s exhibit ‘Bruce Springsteen: A Photographic Journey,’ put that on your list for this weekend! If you’re a huge fan of The Boss, put this event on your list: a panel discussion featuring the photographers from the exhibit! Held on campus at McCosh 50, the discussion will be led by Bob Santelli of The GRAMMY Museum. $35, 3pm. morven.org

 

Friday, March 3rd
Men’s Lacrosse vs. Johns Hopkins @ 3:00PM / Sherrerd Field at Class of 1952 Stadium
Men’s Basketball vs. Harvard @ 5:00PM / Jadwin Gym & ESPNU
Men’s Ice Hockey vs. Colgate @ 7:00PM / Hobey Baker Rink (1st Round ECAC Tournament)
Men’s Volleyball vs. Charleston @ 7:00PM / Dillon Gym

Saturday, March 4th
Men’s Tennis vs. Denver @ 11:00AM / Jadwin Gym
Women’s Lacrosse vs. Brown @ 1:00PM / Sherrerd Field at Class of 1952 Stadium
Men’s Volleyball vs. Charleston @ 4:00PM / Dillon Gym
Men’s Basketball vs. Dartmouth @ 6:00PM / Jadwin Gym
Men’s Ice Hockey vs. Colgate @ 7:00PM / Hobey Baker Rink (1st Round ECAC Tournament)

Sunday, March 5th
Men’s Tennis vs. Buffalo @ 10:00AM / Jadwin Gym
Men’s Tennis vs. Bryant @ 3:00PM / Jadwin gym
Men’s Ice Hockey vs. Colgate @ 7:00PM / Hobey Baker Rink (1st Round ECAC Tournament)

For tickets and information, visit goprincetontigers.com


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