Princeton ArtWalk Tonight Features Several Free Events

The Sustainable Jazz Ensemble will perform at Labyrinth Books tonight from 6-8 as part of the Princeton ArtWalk. Band members (l-r): Jerry D’Anna, Ron Connor, Steve Hiltner.

Arts Council  of Princeton – Works created by summer arts camp participants. Refreshments form the bent spoon.

Firestone Library – Two Exhibits.  “A Fine Addition” features new and notable acquisitions in Princeton’s special collections. Second exhibit is “The Election for Woodrow Wilson’s America.”

Morven Museum and Garden – Tour of the new kitchen gardens.

Historical Society of Princeton – Family friendly scavenger hunt, with clues hidden at several ArtWalk venues.

Labyrinth Books – Performance by the Sustainable Jazz Ensemble from 6-8 p.m., downstairs.

Lewis Center for the Arts – Visit the Lewis Center table at the Princeton University Arts Museum and design your own puzzle.

Princeton University Art Museum – Picnic on the museum’s lawn with live music, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Barbecue dare, vegetarian offerings also available. Outdoor screening of The Social Network, 8:30-20:30. Bring a blanket or chair. Popcorn and soda will be served.

Small World Coffee – New Art work from Joanna Furst. Guess the number of coffee beans in the jar to win a six pack of cupcakes or a pound of coffee.

Show your ArtWalk map at Small World Coffee and receive an extra punch on your drink card. Show the map at Jane and get 15% off your purchase.