The Cotsen Children’s Library, a unit within Princeton University Library’s Department of Special Collections, has been featured on a segment of PBS’ Craft in America.
The library is the benefaction of Lloyd E. Cotsen, ’50, and Charter Trustee, Emeritus. The curatorial division administers the research collection of illustrated children’s books, manuscripts, original artwork, prints, and educational toys, hosts academic conferences on children’s books and publishes their proceedings, and sponsors fellowships for research. The outreach division of Cotsen serves children of all ages, families, librarians, and educators. more
Beginning September 5 from 6 to 8 p.m. and running through September 21, Penn Medicine Princeton Health will be offering an in-depth workshop on strategies for living with osteoporosis and osteopenia. The cost to attend is $50 per person. more
The Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s (PSO’s) 2023-2024 Season opens September 9-10 with Princeton-based composer Sarah Kirkland Snider’s inspirational work Forward Into Light, inspired by women suffragists, and Henri Tomasi’s expressive Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Orchestra, performed by 2022 Avery Fisher Career Grant winner Steven Banks. William Dawson’s Negro Folk Symphony, one of the first full-length works by a Black composer to be performed by a major U.S. orchestra, completes the program. more
Voted one of New Jersey’s top-ranked farmers markets by the general public via American Farmland Trust, the West Windsor Community Farmers Market (WWCFM) is ready and excited for the return of fall in the Garden State. more
New Hope, Pa., resident Cheryl Olsten has crafted a story that weaves a narrative of inclusivity, ambition, and the power of following your heart.
Within the pages of Mimi and the Gold Baton (Greenleaf Book Group), to be released October 10, readers will follow Mimi, and undaunted and spirited mouse, as she embarks on a journey through a world that embraces and celebrates differences. Through her poignant pursuit of becoming a “mousetro,” Mimi discovers an unexpected orchestra symbolizing the harmonious coming together of musicians from all walks of life. more
Located in Lambertville, Green Building Center is a firm specializing in the most environmentally responsible materials and methods of building and design. Their space at 67 Bridge Street shares an array of these products and the showroom also displays the work of local artists. The current exhibit features contemporary landscape paintings by artist Michelle Farro. more
The acclaimed musical group Pink Martini will perform at Princeton’s McCarter Theatre Center on Friday, November 3 at 8 p.m. Ticket prices range from $25 to $90 and can be purchased online at ww.mccarter.org or by calling the Box Office at 609.258.2787. more
Come see why The College of New Jersey (TNCJ) has been ranked No. 1 during a scheduled open house day. The 2023 open houses will be held on Saturday, September 23, Sunday, October 15, and Saturday, November 18. Pre-registration is required at admissions.tcnj.edu/visit/lions-day-open-houses/. more
Early bird registration fee for the Sourland Spectacular cycling event is ending soon. The early bird registration fee of $50 ends on Thursday, August 17. The regular adult registration will then become $65, so don’t delay and register today! more
The Newark Museum of Art and Newark Arts have announced that “Cross Cultural Perspectives” will be the signature exhibition of the 2023 Newark Arts Festival, a free, four-day celebration running September 27 through October 1. The exhibition opens on September 27 and features works by a roster of more than 90 New Jersey artists. It will be on view through October 29. more
哪吒 陶 [Nezha], Liu Shiming, 1980. Courtesy of the Liu Shiming Foundation.
The Liu Shiming Art Foundation (LSAF) and Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University have announced the opening of a new exhibition, “Liu Shiming: Life Gives Beauty Form.” The exhibit is on view through September 22 at Mason Gross School of the Arts, 33 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick. more
With the 2023 summer season in full swing at Bucks County Playhouse, the iconic New Hope theater recently announced new partnerships to create travel packages with several area boutique hotels and inns.
The all-new “Stay and Play” packages are designed to provide an unforgettable experience for theater enthusiasts and visitors alike. The packages combine top-notch performances with luxurious accommodations, making for the perfect getaway in picturesque Bucks County, Pa. more
Princeton Montessori School at 487 Cherry Valley Road is well-known for their excellent Infant program offerings. Operating Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., families are given the option to enroll their child at a minimum of three days per week with at least six hours per day. more
Head of School Julia Wall was the July 6 guest on Princeton Podcast, a show hosted by Princeton Mayor Mark Freda. With each episode featuring a who’s who of notable Princeton leaders, listeners get to know the influential figures that shape this vibrant historical community and whose contributions to local programs and services are helping to mold the future of Princeton. more
Get ready for an action-packed, back-to-back James Bond feature presented by Princeton Garden Theatre on Thursday August 17 at 6:30 p.m. and 9:15 p.m. With the purchase of the Double Feature ticket, patrons get access to both screenings. The evening will include a shaken, not stirred showing of From Russia with Love (1963) starring Sean Connery and The Living Daylights (1987) starring Timothy Dalton. Both films are entirely different interpretations of the classic James Bond role. more
Based on the success of last year’s art show “Celebrating Old Trees,” Terhune Orchards’ Art Show and Sale will return September 9 through December 10 with the theme of barns. Barns of any kind, anywhere may be depicted in this art show. Furthermore, all media is accepted, so artists should not feel limited to painting or drawing. more
On Wednesday, October 4 at 7 p.m., experience the Oscar-winning Disney Pixar classic Coco at McCarter Theatre Center. This unique showcase includes a screening of Coco accompanied by a live musical score. Grammy-winning composer Michael Giacchino’s musical score will be performed and conducted by Esin Aydingoz. more
As the 2023-24 school year approaches, HomeFront has announced its annual Back-to-School Drive that aims to provide children affected by poverty with school supplies and support for a successful start to the academic year.
The Back-to-School Drive runs through August 18. The program is a testament to HomeFront’s commitment to empowering the next generation to thrive and be prepared for their academic journey. more
NBC10, Telemundo62, and NBC Sports Philadelphia are sponsoring their annual Clear the Shelters pet adoption and donation campaign for the ninth consecutive year, now through August 31. As part of the event, these news stations have partnered with local animal shelters and rescues to promote pet adoption and to help raise funds for Philadelphia’s greater animal welfare community. more
Voices Chorale NJ (VCNJ) invites all singers to attend an open summer sing featuring excerpts from the upcoming 2023-2024 repertoire including Saint-Saens’ Christmas Oratorioa and Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass. Scores will be provided, and light refreshments will be served.
It’s an opportunity for singers to practice sight-reading; meet the director, Dr. David A. McConnell; and learn some fascinating history and context about the compositions. Meet other singers and consider setting up an audition to join VCNJ. more
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