Wednesday, February 25
4:30 p.m.: Public lecture delivered by Wendy Davis, attorney and former Texas state senator, at Dodds Robertson Hall at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University.
4:30 p.m.: Free screening of Stories of Our Lives, a film that explores the LGBT community in Kenya. Followed by a talk with the filmmakers; James M. Stewart ’32 Theater at the Lewis Center for the Arts, 185 Nassau Street.
7 p.m.: Free, Real Estate Seminar at Bon Appetit at the Princeton Shopping Center. Presenters include an attorney, home stager, and home inspector. For more information, contact Alicia Schwarcz of Coldwell Banker at (908) 962-4057.
7 to 9 p.m.: Elisa Neira of Princeton Human Services moderates a public discussion on immigration issues that pertain to Princeton. The panel includes representatives from the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund and the Princeton University DREAM Team. Free to attend; Princeton Public Library.
Thursday, February 26
6:30 to 8 p.m.: Dr. Judy Auer Shaw delivers a free presentation on “The Raritan River – Our Landscape and Legacy” at D&R Greenway Land Trust’s Johnson Education Center in Princeton. RSVP by calling (609) 924-4646.
7 p.m.: Annual Women in Church and Ministry Lecture at Princeton Seminary with Dr. Amy Laura Hall, associate professor of Christian Ethics at Duke Divinity School. Free to attend; Princeton Theological Seminary Library, 25 Library Place.
Friday, February 27
12:30 p.m.: Free, Gallery Talk on “Emily Carr: In the Great North Woods” at Princeton University Art Museum.
7:30 p.m.: Cabernet Cabaret at the Arts Council of Princeton. Live musical entertainment by Sarah Donner, Jason Beckett, Elizabeth Bennett, and Rebecca Mullaney. Also, tapas reception and wine tasting provided by Mediterra. Purchase tickets at www.artscouncilofprince
7:30 p.m.: Princeton University Glee Club, Princeton University Chamber Choir, William Trego Singers, and the Nassau Sinfonia present “Music for Royal Occasions” at Richardson Auditorium, Princeton.
Saturday, February 28
10:30 a.m.: Screening of The Tale of Despereaux at Princeton Garden Theatre.
Noon to 9 p.m.: Westminster Choir College hosts “Children Helping Children” Performathon, an opportunity for students of all ages to share their involvement in music (also on March 1 from 12:30 to 9 p.m.); Westminster Choir College, Princeton.
1 to 2 p.m.: Free, gallery talk at the Arts Council of Princeton. Artists Mary DeWitt and Kim Alsbrook will discuss their portraiture currently on display at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts.
7 to 11 p.m.: Carnaval Magic fundraiser at the West Windsor Arts Council in Princeton Junction. Samba and swing music, South American fare, and Brazil’s signature cocktail, the Caipirinha. Tickets are $75. To order, call (609) 716-1931.
8 p.m.: From Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, musicians Natalie MacMaster and her husband Donnell Leahy perform Celtic jigs, singing, and step dancing with their five children; McCarter Theatre.
Sunday, March 1
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.: Slow Food Central New Jersey’s Winter Farmers Market at Tre Piani Restaurant at Princeton Forrestal Village. Locally produced meat, eggs, bread, vegetables, cheese, wine, sauces, and jams. $3 donation is suggested.
3 p.m.: “Pierrot’s Stage” performed by the Richardson Chamber Players at Richardson Auditorium, Princeton.
5 p.m.: Dorothea’s House presents “From Grove to Table,” a program on the art of olive oil production. The talk will be followed by an olive oil tasting and sale. This event is free to attend; Dorothea’s House, 120 John Street, Princeton.
Monday, March 2
7 p.m.: Free, information session on Langhorne Preparatory Charter School at One Monument Drive, Princeton. Langhorne Preparatory leaders will be on hand to answer questions and to moderate an open-floor discussion.
Tuesday, March 3
6 p.m.: The City Lost and Found Film Series at the Princeton University Art Museum presents Living Los Angeles. The screening will be followed by a faculty-led discussion. Free to attend.
6:30 p.m.: Free, Trenton Area NOW meeting at Lawrence Public Library, located at 2751 Brunswick Pike (Route 1) in Lawrenceville. The group is the newly re-organized Mercer County chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW), which seeks to ensure that women have equal rights, reproductive choice, and violence-free lives. All are welcome.
Wednesday, March 4
10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.: Start of the 6-week NAMI Basics class for parents and caregivers of children or adolescents with behavioral or mental challenges. The classes are free but registration is required by calling (609) 799-8994 or emailing email@example.com; 3371 Brunswick Pike (Route 1), Suite 124, Lawrenceville.
12:30 to 1:30 p.m.: “Acid Reflux: Answers to Your Burning Questions” at Princeton Fitness & Wellness Center, 1225 State Road in Princeton. Attendabce is free.