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MarketFair Mall, in partnership with The Goddard School of Princeton, will host a magical and fun-filled Halloween event on Sunday, October 29 from 12 to 2 p.m. (check-in begins at 11 a.m.). In previous years, this event was highly attended and very popular, so it is recommended that families arrive by 11 a.m. The first 400 children in costume will receive a goodie bag filled with treats.  more

Watercolorists Unlimited will be showcasing their artwork at the Gourgaud Gallery in Cranbury during the month of November. The exhibit, titled “Watercolor Gifts for the Holiday,” will feature paintings that make the perfect holiday gift, including wintery scenes, still lifes, and plenty of local Cranbury scenes. The work of 11 watercolor artists will be featured.  more

Count Basie Center in Red Bank presents The Addams Family on November 10, 11, and 12. In this comedic play, they’re creepy and they’re kooky. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family. And if that wasn’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell their mother.  more

Bucks County Playhouse will hold a ceremony on Thursday, October 19 at 10:30 a.m. to officially reopen and rededicate New Hope’s historic Parry Barn as the Bill Harris and Jay Manas Playhouse Barn.

There will be a special performance by Ashley Blanchet, accompanied by Bob Egan, who created the Cabaret of Odette’s, the famed New Hope nightclub where he entertained for 21 years. more

The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) will hold its 35th Annual Spirit Week October 16 through 21 in celebration of current students and returning alumni. With lots of Lion spirit, students will promote campus activities that they are proud of. From varsity sports to performing arts and everything in between, this week also provides a way to meet and connect with fellow students over a shared love (or even curiosity) of interests.  more

Image Credit: Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart

On Thursday, October 5, friends and supporters of Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart joined in commemorating the school’s 60th anniversary at the Founders Leadership Reception at the home of John and Woodney Wachter P’31.  more

The greater Princeton community is invited to a town-wide celebration of Paul Robeson’s birthday on October 15 at 3 p.m. at Nassau Presbyterian Church. The concert will mark the 125th anniversary of Robeson’s birth. Attendees will be delighted by a performance by baritone soloist Kevin Maynor. The program will also include The Verse Speaking Choir of Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church and the Jubilee Choir from Rider University. Susan Robeson, Robeson’s granddaughter, will be the honored guest.  more

Photo Credit: Irene Young

On Friday, October 20 at 8 p.m. at Christ Congregation Church in Princeton, the Princeton Folk Music Society welcomes singer-songwriter Tret Fure.  more

The greater Princeton community is invited to the El Dia de los Muertos event (also known as Day of the Dead) on Saturday, November 4 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Arts Council of Princeton, 102 Witherspoon Street.  more

Join Penn Medicine Princeton Health on Sunday, October 29 at 9 a.m. for the 2023 Central New Jersey Heart Walk. This walk to save lives will begin at Mercer County Community College in West Windsor.

To reach fundraising goals, participants can donate to an already established team or team member. Visit www2.heart.org and find your location to view team members, walkers, and event-day instructions.  more

On October 15 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., Washington Crossing State Park will host a presentation on Hessians: German Soldiers in the American Revolutionary War with Friederike Baer. The book examines the experiences of the estimated 30,000 German soldiers (collectively known as Hessians) that participated in the war on the British side.  more

On Tuesday, October 24 at 8:30 a.m., New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) welcomes Johnson & Johnson Chairman and CEO Joaquin Duato as part of the business partner roundtable series.

Duato believes that science and technology will advance healthcare more in this decade than it did in the last century. He also holds firm that New Jersey, as a state, is a leader in medical research and pharmaceutical manufacturing. more

Dear Readers,

Welcome to the September issue of Princeton Magazine, featuring a group of local environmentalists on our cover who have dedicated their lives to improving the health of the planet. The cover photo was taken by Charles R. Plohn at Princeton Battlefield State Park in front of the most endeared tree in Princeton — the Mercer Oak.

One of the many reasons why people are drawn to Princeton is for the plentiful green spaces. Battlefield Park is a welcoming place where people can decompress from life’s daily tasks. It also provides another gift of improving air quality by producing oxygen and absorbing pollutants. more

Saving the Planet, One Issue at a Time

By Anne Levin | Photography by Jeffrey E. Tryon and Charles R. Plohn

The relentless news of rising temperatures and extreme weather conditions can make us feel powerless in the face of global climate catastrophe. For those in the Princeton area, smoke drifting down from wildfires in Canada, and devastating floods just across the Delaware River in Bucks County, Pa., have been especially distressing in recent months.  more

Cliosophic Hall Class of 1861. (Princeton University Mudd Library/princetonianamuseum.org)

254 Years of Freedom of Speech, Civil Discourse, and Camaraderie at Princeton University

By Donald Gilpin

On the Princeton University campus, behind Nassau Hall and just beyond Cannon Green, stand two stately neoclassical buildings, remodeled in the 1890s to look like Greek temples — Whig Hall on the left and Clio Hall on the right. more

Gap Years Take Off, and Not Just for Pre-College

By Wendy Greenberg | Photos courtesy of Center for Interim Programs

Within about 10 minutes of chatting with Holly Bull and Kate Warren, you begin to think about all the experiences you want to have, all the places you want to go, and how you can realize what you always thought was beyond your time constraints and logistical ability. You make a note that when ready, you will call Holly and Kate. more

By Stuart Mitchner

I’m looking at two photographs. In one my father is sitting with our first cat on his lap, a Siamese male named Kiloo, pronounced “kee-oo.” The small, framed photo occupies a shelf on this desk with an unframed one of me half a century later slouched on the living room sofa with our tuxedo cat, Dizzy, on my lap. Kiloo is poised, as if planning another attack on the clawed-to-rags arms of the living room sofa. Not Dizzy. He’s the picture of contentment, one big white “this-is-mine” paw on my leg. I thought of Kiloo as soon as I opened The Big New Yorker Book of Cats (Random House 2013), where the first thing you see is a full-page color photograph of the cat-clawed arm of a sofa — minor damage compared to the havoc wreaked by Kiloo. more

Artist Alia Bensliman draws on the mosaic of her Tunisian heritage, human rights, and international experiences

By Ilene Dube | Photography by Jeffrey E. Tryon

Alia Bensliman creates worlds filled with figures, patterns, and symbols. Her watercolors are composed of tessellations suggestive of traditional Arab art, and are simultaneously contemporary and meditative.  more

By Taylor Smith | Photo by Shutterstock.com

The origins of tai chi harken back to ancient China. Today it is used by people around the world to improve balance, mental health, and rehabilitation, and to ease physical pain and/or discomfort. As an activity that promotes gentle, thoughtful movements, and conscious breathing, tai chi is a surprisingly effective way to incorporate exercise into your own life, no matter what your age. more

Culturally Rich and Simply Satisfying

By Mary Abitanto | Photos courtesy of Mary Abitanto

The bagel is renowned, especially in America, as a breakfast treat often served with a “schmear” of cream cheese and topped with lox, or butter. It can also be jazzed up with toppings like tomatoes, avocados, tuna fish, peanut butter, or a fried egg.  more

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