Registration open for Sourland Spectacular bike ride
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Registration open for Sourland Spectacular bike ride

The 12th annual Sourland Spectacular cycling event will start and end at the Watershed Institute on Sept. 9. Proceeds from the event will support Sourland Conservancy’s forest restoration effort, now underway. Over the last three years, the Sourland Conservancy has planted over 29,000 trees and shrubs and hopes to plant 12,000 trees and shrubs this…

Youth ensemble tryouts for A Christmas Carol will be held Aug. 12 at McCarter Theatre
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Youth ensemble tryouts for A Christmas Carol will be held Aug. 12 at McCarter Theatre

“A Christmas Carol” is an annual tradition in Princeton at McCarter Theatre, and a favorite part of that tradition is seeing local children take part in the youth ensemble. Members of the Young Ensemble have the opportunity to perform alongside professional actors on McCarter’s Matthews stage. Maybe you could be the next Martha, Belinda, Peter, or…

Annual Phillips’ Mill juried art exhibition accepting submissions through Aug. 27
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Annual Phillips’ Mill juried art exhibition accepting submissions through Aug. 27

The 94th annual juried art exhibition at Phillips’ Mill in New Hope, Pa. will take place Sept. 23-Oct. 29. Serious art collectors from across the region and beyond anticipate the show as an important opportunity to expand their collections. Art lovers everywhere enjoy the breadth of work in the show. If you are an artist…

Timberlane Middle School student wins Hopewell Harvest Fair cover art contest
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Timberlane Middle School student wins Hopewell Harvest Fair cover art contest

Nora Elliott, a rising eighth grader at Timberlane Middle School, is the winner of the 2023 cover art contest for the Hopewell Harvest Fair. Elliott’s watercolor painting of the fair will be featured on the cover of the Hopewell Harvest Fair Almanac, which will be available in late August. The Hopewell Harvest Fair will be…

Open call to crafters for Off the Wall Holiday Market in West Windsor
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Open call to crafters for Off the Wall Holiday Market in West Windsor

The West Windsor Arts Council is seeking handmade whimsical or functional objects created by artists and craftspeople for the annual Off the Wall Holiday Market. Work must be original and handcrafted by the artist. The Holiday Market will take place in the gallery at the West Windsor Arts Council with holiday tents and lots of…

Arts Council of Princeton launches new community zine project
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Arts Council of Princeton launches new community zine project

Artists of all ages and skill levels are welcome to join the Arts Council of Princeton’s new community zine project. Zines are self-published books that can be easily reproduced and distributed. They can be about a variety of different subjects from politics to art, mental health, culture, science, activism, and much more.  Participants are invited…

Healing with music: Free dance classes being offered to Princeton area residents with Parkinson’s Disease
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Healing with music: Free dance classes being offered to Princeton area residents with Parkinson’s Disease

Princeton University Concerts and the American Repertory Ballet are teaming up to offer free dance classes to people with Parkinson’s Disease. The collaboration aims to explore the intersection of music, dance, and Parkinson’s Disease while serving residents in the region who have the disease. Starting on Monday, July 31, an instructor with the American Repertory…

Arm In Arm seeks volunteers to serve local food-insecure residents at pantries, distribution center, mobile pantry
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Arm In Arm seeks volunteers to serve local food-insecure residents at pantries, distribution center, mobile pantry

Arm In Arm, a nonprofit organization founded in 1980 by leaders of Nassau Presbyterian Church and Trinity Church in Princeton to help community members struggling financially, is seeking volunteers to deliver food and work at the group’s area food pantries and distribution center. The organization’s mobile food pantry hosts events three to four times a…