Add your event to our community calendar. It’s free and easy


Changing any of the form inputs will cause the list of events to refresh with the filtered results.

Scenario for a Past Future: Exhibition by Josephine Meckseper

Hurley Gallery, Lewis Arts complex 122 Alexander Street, Princeton

Artist Josephine Meckseper presents an interactive multimedia installation. Projected life-size for the first time, Meckseper’s virtual artwork takes visitors inside a modernist glass vitrine inspired by Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion and Bruno Taut’s Alpine architecture. Visitors will experience and enter the virtual environment in real time at the gallery. Open daily 10 AM – 8 PM.


Scenario for a Past Future, an Exhibition by Josephine Meckseper

Hurley Gallery at Lewis Arts complex on Princeton University campus 122 Alexander St, Hurley Gallery b at Lewis Arts complex on the Princeton University campus

Artist Josephine Meckseper, former Belknap Visiting Fellow in the Humanities Council and Department of Art & Archaeology at Princeton, presents an interactive multimedia installation, Scenario for a Past Future, at...

Free and open to the public; no tickets required.

Playtime Fun

Princeton Public Library - Story Room

These sessions offer an opportunity for parents and caregivers to play with their children, in a relaxed, fun and social learning space with a new theme each week.

Tech: Ask the Mac Pros

Princeton Public Library - Tech Center

Members of the Princeton Macintosh Users Group help resolve questions about Apple devices. Drop in at any time during this session.

Ficus Bon Vivant Invites you to Embrace the Everyday, Featuring Artist, Thomas Kelly

Ficus Bon Vivant 235 Nassau Street, Princeton

Ficus invites you to enjoy this exceptional art exhibition and dining experience as we celebrate the warmth and expressive paintings created by friend Thomas Kelly in Embrace the Everyday. Thomas...

Free to public / Reservations for dining

Mercer County Community ID

Princeton Public Library - Princeton Room

All Mercer County residents are eligible for this photo ID card, which provides the cardholder’s personal identifying information, medical risk factors and emergency contact information.

Writers Circle

Princeton Public Library - STEAM Studio

In this six-week workshop, aspiring writers in fifth to eighth grade will take part in creative exercises inspired by popular middle grade novels.

The College of New Jersey Rocks On! 2.0: Bigger and Better!

The College Of New Jersey’s Kendall Main Stage Theater 2000 Pennington Rd., Ewing

Join College of New Jersey choirs and special guests Vintage Feedback as we rock out to some of the greatest anthems of Rock 'N Roll, R&B, Pop, Latin, and Country...


Catherine Project Book Group

Princeton Public Library - Conference Room

This yearlong book group examines fundamental texts in history and political theory, focusing particularly upon the theme of democracy. Established in partnership with the Catherine Project.

Workshop: Writers Room Online

Virtual - Zoom

Writers receive constructive feedback at these monthly Zoom group sessions during which participants read passages from a work in progress and members offer suggestions.

Featured Featured

Reading by David Henry Hwang and Ilya Kaminsky

Donald G. Drapkin Studio, Lewis Arts complex 122 Alexander Street, Princeton

Tony, Grammy, and OBIE Award-winning playwright and screenwriter David Henry Hwang (M. Butterfly, Yellow Face) and acclaimed poet and Professor of Creative Writing Ilya Kaminsky (Deaf Republic, Dancing in Odessa) read from their work as part of the Althea Ward Clark W’21 Reading Series. Tickets required.


Princeton Univeristy Student Short Film Screenings

James Stewart Film Theater 185 Nassau St. on the Princeton University campus, Princeton

The Program in Visual Arts presents 30+ short student films created in fall 2023 semester courses with films from “Representations in Documentary Filmmaking” and “Documentary Filmmaking I,” taught by Bent-Jorgen...

Free and open to the public, no tickets required

Princeton Sound Kitchen Presents TAK

Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall Fine Hall, Princeton

Chamber ensemble TAK performs new works by Princeton University graduate student composers. New works by Aliayta Foon-Dancoes, Gemma Peacocke, Christian Quiñones, Elijah Daniel Smith, and Max Vinetz.


Stay in the know about Princeton area events

Don’t miss out on event updates. Sign up to get news about upcoming local events via email. It’s free!


We promise we won’t send you spam. Unsubscribe at any time.