A celebration of nature's creatures from piscine to pollinator in their aquatic, forest, and meadow habitats. Exhibiting artists: Patrick Bernuth, Annelies van Dommelen, Judith Hummer, Minako Ota.Find out more »
Enjoy a 45-minute tour of what's in bloom in Morven’s reimagined gardens. Guides will share how the house and gardens evolved under each family that resided at Morven. Beginning with Annis Boudinot Stockton (18th century), Harriet Potter Stockton (19th century), and Helen Hamilton Stockton (20th century), based upon writings and journals of these women, followedFind out more »
Join Barnes and Noble at Market Fair every Friday for storytime in the children's department. From classic stories and favorite characters, to seasonal stories and new releases, there's always something fun in store. Coloring activities to follow. Recommended for children ages 6 and under. Free.Find out more »
Description: Donnacha M. Dennehy (composer) and Iarla Ó Lionáird (singer) present The Making of “The Hunger,” a new music piece on the Famine in Ireland, opening the 2019-20 Fund for Irish Studies series. A free concert performance of "The Hunger" by the Alarm Will Sound ensemble is being presented by the Department of Music on September 17Find out more »
The American Repertory Ballet will kick off its 2019-2020 On Pointe series with special guests – internationally renowned choreographer Septime Webre and composer Robert (Tigger) Benford – at ARB's Princeton studios at 301 North Harrison Street (above McCaffrey's Supermarket). On Pointe events are free and open to the public. The talk, “Behind the Score of Hemlines,”Find out more »
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