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The new book from Mira Nakashima, daughter of George Nakashima, one of the leading innovators of 20th century furniture, takes a behind-the-scenes look at the Nakashima furniture-making process and how he became a household name. more

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On Tuesday, September 26 from 3 to 4 p.m., a ceremony was held to launch the groundbreaking of Montgomery Promenade, a Whole Foods-anchored shopping center coming to Montgomery Township. The 292,700-square-foot center will be located on Route 206 at 1200 State Road. This site has sat undeveloped for more than 15 years and is now being developed by SJC Ventures, an Atlanta-based commercial development firm that specializes in mixed-use communities. more

Join The Watershed Institute in Pennington for a journey through the woods on a crisp autumn night. This Halloween tradition will take place on October 28 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Groups will be led by a trail guide in 15-minute increments. Along the way, learn about the characters in an Irish folktale as the story itself seems to unfold along the path.  more

The “94th Juried Art Show” at Phillips’ Mill is set to open on September 23 and run through October 29 at the historic mill on River Road just north of New Hope, Pa. Among the works on display is Pamela Miller’s Phillips’ Mill Party Cat, which was selected as the 2023 Signature Image. Over 100 framed canvases and sculpture will be featured as well as an abundant array of unframed portfolio pieces. Art enthusiasts and collectors are encouraged to spend an afternoon browsing the eclectic array of businesses and dining options within the 25-mile radius surrounding the mill.  more

On October 14 from 12 to 2 p.m., visit Olsson’s Fine Foods in Princeton’s Palmer Square for a cheese lesson from Yoav Perry. The demonstration will include information on cheesemaking, as well as how to select the perfect cheese for a specific dish — perfect for the upcoming holiday season. more

The Gourgaud Gallery, located in Town Hall, 23A Main Street in Cranbury, has announced that its October exhibit will be “All Around the World.” A reception will take place on Sunday, October 8 from 1 to 3 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.  more

Atlantic City Restaurant Week is back and better than ever this fall! From October 1 through 6, enjoy three-course, pre-fixe meals at restaurants in and around the Atlantic City region. Meals consist of your choice of appetizer, entree, dessert, and drinks. Choose from a variety of cuisines (from Asian to American, Italian, Latin, and everything in between). Atlantic City is known for its year-round nightlife and excellent chefs, so why not treat yourself in advance of the holiday season? more

On Thursday, September 21 at 7 p.m. Labyrinth Books and the Princeton Public Library will play host to Yiyun Li and Lynn Steger regarding Li’s new story collection Wednesday’s Child. Her previous work, The Book of Goose, earned her much acclaim. Li will discuss her writing and her writing career with Steger, who is herself the author of the novels Hold Still, Want, and Flight. Her non-fiction has appeared in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Paris Review, and elsewhere.  more

On Tuesday, September 19 beginning at 6 p.m., Newark Public Library will present a special program entitled “Black Liberation: Seeking Freedom in 18th and 19th Century Newark.” The event will be held at Newark Public Library, but participants may also join the program virtually at https://www.njpac.org/event/black-liberation-seeking-freedom-in-18th-and-19th-century-newark/. It is requested that those who are joining in person or virtually RSVP either way at the indicated link. more

From September 16 through November 5, experience the Halloween season at Sesame Place in Langhorne, Pa., in Middletown Township, Bucks County. With over 28 theme park and water rides, shows, games, and fun activities, the amusement park takes on a special excitement during the fall. Halloween means new rides and attractions, costume contests, Scarecrow Scavenger Hunts, Halloween-themed shows and parades, and delicious dining. Don’t forget to take a photo in your Halloween costume with some of your favorite Sesame Street characters.  more

On Sunday, October 1, join over 2,000 cyclists for the annual Twin Lights Ride — an unforgettable bike ride down the Jersey Shore. For over a decade local cyclists, New Yorkers, and visitors from around the country have enjoyed the 15- to 100-mile ride in Monmouth County. All proceeds from the event help fund Bike New York’s free bike education and safety programs. more

Back by popular demand! Raise funds for Arts Council of Princeton’s community classes and programming while toasting the fine fall weather with a crisp Triumph Brewing Company beer. This event has sold out twice in previous years. This year’s beer garden will take place on Saturday, September 30 from 2 to 5 p.m. Expect lots of local brews, live music, delicious food, and games.  more

McCarter Theatre Center has announced an exciting addition to the 2023-24 Season — the six-time Tony Award-winning and Grammy Award-winning Dreamgirls. The musical will run from March 6-24, 2024.

Helmed by Jeff Award Winner Lili-Anne Brown, and co-produced with Goodspeed Musicals, this Motown-infused long-running Broadway show is going to be electric when it arrives in Princeton.  more

The Friends and Foundation of Princeton Public Library have announced that Beyond Words, their annual benefit, will be held on Saturday, October 21. This year will feature Curtis Chin, author of the upcoming memoir Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant. more

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

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