Twelve reasons to attend Art All Night in Trenton this weekend
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Twelve reasons to attend Art All Night in Trenton this weekend

Thousands of visitors are expected to attend Art All Night in Trenton this weekend. The 24-hour gathering at the Roebling Wire Works this Saturday and Sunday has become one of the top annual events in the city. It’s a great opportunity to catch up with old friends and make new ones while enjoying the arts….

‘Families Belong Together’ rally slated for tonight in Princeton

‘Families Belong Together’ rally slated for tonight in Princeton

A rally will be held on Hinds Plaza next to the Princeton Public Library from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. tonight, June 14, to protest the separation of children from their families along the U.S. border. “Join us on this nationwide day of action to show our elected officials that we will not passively stand…

20th annual Cory’s Ride is ready to roll Saturday, rain or shine
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20th annual Cory’s Ride is ready to roll Saturday, rain or shine

Area bicyclists and walkers will gather this Saturday, June 2, to raise money for a college scholarship program for students and to celebrate the memory of an area teen who strove to help other kids. The 20th annual Cory’s Ride will be held this Saturday morning, June 2. Cory’s Ride raises scholarship money for young adults who are…

Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, April 27-29

Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, April 27-29

Friday, April 27 Oh La La! French Botique – For its 12th Edition, Ohlala ! returns to Hopewell. Gifts, gourmet specialties, jewelry,  natural skin care products, handmade bags and scarves  linens and more from France. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Hopewell Train Station, 2 Railroad Place, Hopewell. Hours and more information Reading by Jenny Xie and…

Annual Communiversity ArtsFest set for this Sunday in downtown Princeton

Annual Communiversity ArtsFest set for this Sunday in downtown Princeton

The 48th annual Communiversity ArtsFest will be held this Sunday, April 29, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., rain or shine. The event, hosted by the Arts Council of Princeton, is free. More than 200 booths will feature information from local non-profit organizations, arts, crafts, food, and other items for sale. Performances by local groups will…

Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, April 20-22

Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, April 20-22

To have your event considered for our weekend picks, please add it to our community events calendar. It’s free and easy. Go to “events” and select “add event” from our website navigation menu. Then add your event. After you enter your information, don’t forget to select a date from the calendar menu. Thank you.  Friday,…

Princeton Record Exchange gears up for National Record Store Day

Princeton Record Exchange gears up for National Record Store Day

Back when Record Store Day began, Jon Lambert never imagined the event would be such a hit with collectors. Lambert, the owner of the Princeton Record Exchange, was surprised to see about a dozen people lined up at the door before the doors even opened. Fast forward to the 11th annual Record Store Day, which will…

Fifth annual Princeton TruckFest food truck festival will support two local organizations
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Fifth annual Princeton TruckFest food truck festival will support two local organizations

The student eating clubs at Princeton University will host the fifth annual TruckFest food truck festival on Prospect Avenue this Saturday, April 21, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. TruckFest 2018 is a collaboration between all eleven of Princeton’s eating clubs, spearheaded by the community service chairs for the clubs. The event raises money for…

Cotsen Children’s Library at Princeton University to re-open April 23

Cotsen Children’s Library at Princeton University to re-open April 23

The public gallery of the Cotsen Children’s Library will re-open next Monday, April 23, at 9 a.m. As part of the Firestone Library Renovation Project, the public gallery called “Bookscape” has been closed since the summer of 2017 for system upgrades. The renovation did not change the library’s whimsical décor, which includes a two-story bonsai…

The ninth annual HomeFront ArtJam kicks off Friday
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The ninth annual HomeFront ArtJam kicks off Friday

A storefront on Palmer Square has been transformed into a pop-up art gallery that brings together community members, professional artists, and undiscovered artists who have experienced homelessness. ArtJam, now in its ninth year, features a rotating collection of art for sale. Offerings include paintings, pottery, glasswork, jewelry, and hand-sewn items from SewingSpace, one of HomeFront’s art…

Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, April 6-8

Friday, April 6 Screening and filmmaker discussion of Song of Granite by Pat Collins – Acclaimed filmmaker Pat Collins screens and discusses his feature film “Song of Granite,” an exploration of the sean nós singer Joe Heaney and his music. Followed by a Q&A with the audience. Presented by the Fund for Irish Studies at Princeton University….

High school senior organizes Princeton March for Our Lives

High school senior organizes Princeton March for Our Lives

The organizer behind this afternoon’s March for Our Lives in Princeton is a senior at Princeton High School. For the last month, Dziyana Zubialevich has been busy preparing for the event, which is scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday at Hinds Plaza next to the Princeton Public Library. The location was changed from Palmer Square to Hinds…

Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, March 23-25

Planet Princeton Weekend Picks, March 23-25

Catch the Princeton High School performance of Pippin this Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 23 McCarter Live at the Princeton Public Library – Singers and musicians from the Einstein Alley Musicians Collaborative present interpretations of songs by Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis. 6:30 p.m. Free. Trenton Film…

Granddaughter of Paul Robeson to speak at April 8 benefit concert in Princeton
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Granddaughter of Paul Robeson to speak at April 8 benefit concert in Princeton

The Princeton area community will celebrate the 120th anniversary of Paul Robeson’s birth at a benefit concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 8 at the Nassau Presbyterian Church. Baritone Keith Spencer will present selections from a Robeson concert that was performed in 1956 in New York. Susan Robeson, the granddaughter of Paul Robeson, will…