FRIDAY, MARCH 11
3:14 PM Pi Day Princeton LLC presents Pi Day Princeton & Geek Freak Weekend 2011. Through Monday, March 14.
7:30 PM Friday Night Magic with Arthur Trace and Andrew Goldenhersh; Berlind Theatre; McCarter Theatre Center, 91 University Place.
8 PM Crimes of the Heart, a darkly comic family feud; McCarter Theatre. Additional performances through March 26.
SATURDAY, MARCH 12
10 AM Annual birthday bash honoring Albert Einstein for children ages 6 and up; Historical Society of Princeton.
7:30 PM Presented in honor of Pi Day, Steve Martins comic play, Picasso at the Lapin Agile; Arts Council of Princeton.
8 PM An Italian Excursion with New Jersey Symphony Orchestra featuring music by Mozart, Schubert, and Mendelssohn; State Theatre, New Brunswick.
8 PM Edward T. Cone Concert Series: The End of Time featuring Edward Aaron, cello; Derek Bermel, clarinet; Stephen Gosling; piano, and Steven Copes, violin; Wolfensohn Hall, Institute for Advanced Study.
SUNDAY, MARCH 13
3 PM Pi Day celebration in honor of Einsteins birthday; the Green of Palmer Square.
3 PM Friends of the Princeton University Library host Conversations with Curators and Conservators; Firestone Library, Princeton University.
4 PM The Peking Acrobats; State Theatre, New Brunswick.
MONDAY, MARCH 14
7:30 PM The Princeton Adult School presents Second Chance Cinema, Wild Grass; Friend Center Auditorium, Computer Science Building, Princeton University.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16
1 PM 2011 Mercer County Economic Summit, Making Connections hosted by the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce at Mercer County Community College.
FRIDAY, MARCH 18
7:30 PM New Jersey Symphony Orchestra celebrates Best of Spanish Flair In Style; War Memorial, Trenton.
SUNDAY, MARCH 20
4 PM Princeton Symphony Orchestra presents Ethnic Explorations; Richardson Auditorium, Princeton University.
7 PM Benise The Spanish Guitar; War Memorial, Trenton.
MONDAY, MARCH 21
6 PM Mark Lewis Taylor, Professor of Theology and Culture at Princeton Theological Seminary will discuss his new book with Dr. Cornel West, The Theological and the Political: On the Weight of the World; Labyrinth Books.
THURSDAY, MARCH 24
7:30 PM The Klez Dispensers; Arts Council of Princeton.
FRIDAY, MARCH 25
6 PM Poetry reading by Adam Zagajewski; Labyrinth Books.
SATURDAY, MARCH 26
9 AM to 1 PM Celebrate NJ! Day of Community; Rutgers University, Cook/Douglass Recreation Center, 50 Biel Road, New Brunswick.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30
5 PM A conversation with choreographer Mark Morris and Princeton University Professor of Music Simon Morrison. 50 McCosh Hall, Princeton University. This event is presented in conjunction with an 8 PM performance of the Mark Morris Dance Group at Matthews Theater at McCarter Theatre Centre.
6 PM Author and Harvard English professor Marjorie Garber will discuss her book, The Use and Abuse of Literature for Life; Labyrinth Books.
THURSDAY, MARCH 31
8 PM Nash Ensemble of London; Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall, Princeton University.
FRIDAY, APRIL 1
8 PM McCarter Theatre presents organ virtuoso Cameron Carpenter; Princeton University Chapel.
8 PM Russian National Ballet performs Romeo and Juliet; State Theatre, New Brunswick.
SATURDAY, APRIL 2
11 AM Tots on Tour at Grounds for Sculpture for ages 3-5 accompanied by an adult. Learn about sculpture through hands-on activities. Free with admission.
SUNDAY, APRIL 3
11 AM Bridal Trunk Show featuring OUI. A Deborah Lynch Signature Event and Distinguished Weddings; Jasna Polana.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6
4:30 PM Poet Major Jackson introduced by Brenda Shaughnessy and author Norman Rush introduced by Edmund White; James M. Stewart Theater, Lewis Center for the Arts, Princeton University. Free.
SATURDAY, APRIL 9
7:30 PM Paul Robeson: I Go On Singing in celebration of Paul Robesons 113th birthday; Arts Council of Princeton.
MONDAY, APRIL 11
5:30 PM Taste of the Nation Princeton, a premier culinary event featuring top chefs and mixologists. All proceeds to benefit Mercer Street Friends, Isles, HomeFront, and Food Bank of South Jersey. To be held at the Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village.
THURSDAY, APRIL 14
6:30 PM A Conversation with Governor Brendan Byrne; Rider University, 2083 Lawrenceville Road.
FRIDAY, APRIL 15
7 PM Theater ensemble Elevator Repair Services performs The Select, based on the novel The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway; Berlind Theatre at the McCarter Theatre Center.
SATURDAY, APRIL 16
8 PM Cinematic Titanic; McCarter Theatre, 91 University Place.
TUESDAY, APRIL 19
6 PM Benjamin Branche, Esq., will discuss estate planning including updates on federal estate law, integrating a multi-generational financial plan, long-term care, strategic gifting and ways to preserve and grow your assets for you and your loved ones; please RSVP by April 12 to email@example.com; Ventura Wealth Management Conference Facility, 200 Princeton South Corporate Center, Suite 150, Ewing.
FRIDAY, APRIL 29
2 PM Princeton Poetry Festival featuring a range of poets from around the world including Brazilian poet Paulo Henriques Britto, Israeli poet Agi Mishol, Slovenian poet Ales Steger, and American poets Anthony Carelli, Kathleen Graber, Mark Doty, Sharon Olds, Carl Phillips, Charles Simic, and Natasha Trethewey; Richardson Auditorium, Princeton University. Also on Saturday at 2 PM.
SATURDAY, APRIL 30
10 AM to 4 PM The Annual Rutgers Day with performances, tours, exhibits, activities, lectures, and more; New Brunswick and Piscataway.
10 AM to 5 PM Kite Day; Terhune Orchards, 330 Cold Soil Road, Princeton.
Noon to 5 PM Communiversity: Festival of the Arts; Downtown Princeton on Nassau and Witherspoon Streets, Palmer Square Green, and throughout the University campus.
Noon to 5 PM Shad Festival; Lambertville. Also on Sunday.