This Weekend in Princeton: March 3-5
On Saturday, March 4 at 3 p.m.: Library Live at Labyrinth presents Kay Redfield Jamison: Robert Lowell, Setting the River on Fire. This event will be held at Labyrinth Books of Princeton.
Friday, March 3
11 a.m.: Free, Tiger Tales for children ages 3-5 at Cotsen Children’s Library (repeats weekly).
12:30 p.m.: Gallery Talk at Princeton University Art Museum on “African Beaded Work.”
4:30 p.m.: The Office of Religious Life at Princeton University and the Community of Sant’Egidio present “Who is a Refugee and Therefore Who Am I?” The event is part of a conference entitled Seeking Refuge: Faith-Based Approaches to Forced Migration. This event is free and open to the public. All lectures will be held at McCosh 50 at Princeton University.
6 p.m.: The C.K. Williams Reading Series at Labyrinth Bookstore showcases senior thesis students of the Lewis Center for the Arts’ Program in Creative Writing celebrated novelist Phil Klay.
8 p.m.: The Chieftains perform at McCarter Theatre.
Saturday, March 4
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.: West Windsor Community Winter Farmers Market at Windsor Athletic Club, 99 Clarksville Road.
10:30 a.m.: Screening of Madagascar (2005) at Princeton Garden Theatre.
10:30 a.m.: Art for Families: Go Van Gogh at Princeton University Art Museum. Create your own artwork inspired by Van Gogh’s use of colorful brushstrokes.
1:15 p.m.: We are in Exile book discussion with author Mara Cohen Ioannides at The Jewish Center of Princeton, 435 Nassau Street.
2:15 p.m.: The Office of Religious Life at Princeton University and the Community of Sant’Egidio present “Once a Refugee, Always a Refugee? Faith-Based Welcome.” The event is part of a conference entitled Seeking Refuge: Faith-Based Approaches to Forced Migration. This event is Free and open to the public. All lectures will be held at McCosh 50 at Princeton University.
3 p.m.: Library Live at Labyrinth presents Kay Redfield Jamison: Robert Lowell, Setting the River on Fire. This event will be held at Labyrinth Books of Princeton.
Sunday, March 5
9 a.m.: “The Sacred Arts: Faith and Art as Allies and Rivals” forum at All Saints Episcopal Church, 16 All Saints Road, Princeton.
Noon to 5 p.m.: Music in March at Terhune Orchards. Enjoy local musicians each week followed by a wine tasting in the Wine Barn.
12:30 p.m.: Screening of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s The Tempest at Princeton Garden Theatre.
2 p.m.: Radio play “Moby Dick” presented by Metuchen-based Raconteur Radio. The show features theatrical lighting, period costumes, vintage commercials, Golden Age radio equipment and sound effects; Princeton Public Library.
2:30 P.M.: Brad Borkan introduces his new book, When Your Life Depends On It: Extreme Decision-Making Lessons From The Antarctic. This event will be held at the Princeton Senior Resource Center.
5 p.m.: Artist Maria G. Pisano will give a lecture presentation on L’Infiorata, a Show of Flowers at Dorothea’s House, 120 John Street in Princeton. Free.
7 p.m.: Pastor Chris Edmonds, son of the late World War II hero Master Sergeant Roddie Edmonds, the only United States soldier recognized as Righteous Among the Gentiles by Israel’s Yad Vashem, will deliver the 10th Annual Sacks-Wilner Memorial Lecture at Adath Israel Congregation, Lawrenceville.