Our Weekend Picks: Rocky Horror, a Corn Maze, ‘Trail or Treat’…

Saturday October 21
The fall fun is taking over on Lawrenceville’s Main Street! Head to Weeden Park to decorate a pumpkin, or bring an outfit to build-your-own scarecrow. Live music from The Beagles and Frances Catherine Ihling. FREE, 11-3pm. https://www.lawrencevillemainstreet.com/events/scarecrows-in-the-village

Considering a new school for your little one? Visit the Waldorf School of Princeton for their annual “Experience Waldorf: A Journey through the Grades,” an interactive, innovative approach to a grade school open house. Designed for adults only, registration is requested. Contact admissions@princetonwaldorf.org to reserve your spot. 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

The corn maze is open: Howell Living History Farm’s awesome corn maze is back, with double-thick hedgerows, a creative themed maze filled with puzzles and more. Inside the maze you’ll also find a courtyard with music and games! (For the little ones, check out the much more manageable hay bale maze.) $10, 12-8pm. www.howellfarm.org

The forecast looks like it will be the perfect fall weekend for a walk around Princeton. Join Princeton Tour Company for an afternoon walking tour through the University campus and the downtown, to learn all about Princeton’s history, its role in the Revolutionary War, and its most famous face: Albert Einstein! 1-3pm. www.princetontourcompany.com

Let’s do the Time Warp again! The Bucks County Playhouse revives the quintessential Halloween production, Rocky Horror, this year featuring Randy Harrison from Showtime’s Queer as Folk in the role of Dr. Frank-n-furter! Sing along to all of the musical numbers as the players bring the cult classic to life. 7:00 and 10:30pm. www.bcptheater.org

Sunday October 22
Princeton MarketFair hosts a Health and Wellness Expo this Sunday, with vendors sharing information, resources and interactive activities for locals of all ages. Register in advance, then visit from 12-4pm. Free, www.nmg.ticketleap.com/wellness

Kids 12 and under can participate in ‘Trail or Treat’ at the Village Park portion of the Lawrenceville-Hopewell Trail. Dress up in costume and join in the fun! Pedal along for a mile long ride designed for riders over 6, or join in for a quarter mile loop for the little ones. There will also be live music, face painting, a dance-a-thon and other activities along the trail! FREE, 3-5pm. www.lhtrail.org

Save the Date: 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…?)
*Subject to change

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


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