Events for May 8, 2019
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Juniors in the Program in Visual Arts exhibit recent work curated by Professor Joe Scanlan. Opening reception May 1 at 5:30-6:30 p.m.Find out more »
Princeton University students in a chamber music performance course perform a final recital of chamber works spanning the repertoire. The recital is in two parts: one at 1:30 p.m., one at 7:30 p.m. Free and open to all. No tickets required. Program TBA.Find out more »
Come see all the great things The Jewish Center has to offer! Participate in Israel’s Independence Day See Religious School classrooms in action Choose your own learning path in the Religious School State of the art technology and smart boards in all class rooms Come explore from Early Childhood to High School FREE and OPEN […]Find out more »
DJ “Music”, Israeli Dancing, BBQ, Crafts and Games! FREE and OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY! For more information please contact Sharon Diamondstein at firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
Creative Writing Seniors Reading II, presented by the Lewis Center for the Arts’ Program in Creative Writing
Seniors in Princeton’s Program in Creative Writing read from the novels or collections of short stories written as their senior theses under mentorship of professional writers on the faculty.Find out more »
Sierra Lecture: Can Cars Be Sustainable? Recent Innovations in Alternative Automotive Technology, Electric Cars, Alternative Fuels, Self-driving Cars.
A talk about recent innovations in alternative automotive technology, electric cars, alternative fuels, and self-driving cars. Is there a role for the automobile in a sustainable future? Wed. May 8. At 6 p.m. join the group for pizza. The program begins at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Patrick Hossay is the speaker. He heads the energy studies […]Find out more »
Bring your current needle-craft project and join us for an hour of knitting (or crocheting...or needle-craft of your choice!).Find out more »
This 90-minute workshop will offer unique, simple tips to create a sustainable system in the area of mindfulness, food choices, physical activity, and the way you live your life. Presented by Trish Ryan, Health Coach -- CORE Health Coaching and Lesley Geller, Life/Business Coach -- Geller Coaching." Registration requested.Find out more »
Meeting Room A, 400 Witherspoon St., 7:30 p.m. The Site Plan Review Advisory Board (SPRAB) is an advisory committee composed of ten professionals in the planning community - architects, landscape architects, engineers, and others qualified in site planning or environmental issues. SPRAB advises and assists the Planning Board, Zoning Boards of Adjustment and other governmental […]Find out more »
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