Cultural Events

Tuesday, July 1

10AM-5PM “Lee Bontecou: Drawn Worlds” on view through September 21, 2014 at the Princeton University Art Museum. The exhibition spans more than five decades of Bontecou’s career, from her imaginative works on paper to her sculptures of welded steel, canvas, and porcelain. www.artmuseum.princeton.edu.

Wednesday, July 2

7PM Independence Day fireworks at Princeton University Stadium. For the best viewing, head to the sports fields adjacent to the stadium. Fields open at 7PM for picnicking and fireworks begin at dusk. www.spiritofprinceton.org.

Thursday, July 3

6PM Start of the Summer Courtyard Concert Series showcasing the best in live music at the Princeton Shopping Center. This summer’s
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