Calendar

Wednesday, May 15

11 a.m. to 3 p.m.: Lady and the Shallot celebrates its first anniversary at the Trenton Farmers Market, 960 Spruce Street, Lawrence Township. Giveaways and prizes. www.ladyandtheshallot.com.

7 p.m.: Princeton Public Library Board of Trustees meeting at the second floor conference room of the library, 65 Witherspoon Street. www.princetonlibrary.org.

7:30 p.m.: Kingston Greenways Association annual meeting, with program on finding and identifying mushrooms led by Jim Barg of the NJ Mycological Association. Kingston Firehouse, 8 Heathcote Road. Free. www.kingstongreenways.org.

Thursday, May 16

10 a.m.: 55-Plus Club meeting at The Jewish Center of Princeton, 435 Nassau Street. “Immigrants’ Rights in New Jersey in 2019” is the topic of a presentation by attorney Farrin Anello of the ACLU. $3 donation suggested. princetonol.com/groups/55plus.

10 a.m.-3 p.m.: Princeton Farmers Market reopens at Hinds Plaza.

11 a.m. to 3 p.m.: Lady and the Shallot celebrates its first anniversary at the Trenton Farmers Market, 960 Spruce Street, Lawrence Township. Giveaways and prizes. www.ladyandtheshallot.com.

12 p.m.: Noontime Recital by faculty from Westminster Conservatory, at Nassau Presbyterian Church, 61 Nassau Street. Free.

5:30 p.m.: Twilight Fly Fishing at the Stony Brook, next to D&R Greenway, 1 Preservation Place. With Bruce Turner of Orvis. Overview followed by light meal, demonstration, and fishing. $35. RSVP to rsvp@drgreenway.org.

Friday, May 17

11 a.m. to 3 p.m.: Lady and the Shallot celebrates its first anniversary at the Trenton Farmers Market, 960 Spruce Street, Lawrence Township. Giveaways and prizes. www.ladyandtheshallot.com.

7 p.m.: Pinot to Picasso, the Arts Council of Princeton’s annual fundraiser, is at the Technology Center of Princeton, 330 Carter Road. “Enchanted Forest” theme; salon-style exhibition with food, wine, and more. artscouncilofprinceton.org.

7 p.m.: Dancing Under the Stars outside Princeton Public Library. Central Jersey Dance members demonstrate basic steps and invite the public to join. Free.

8 p.m.: Westminster Community Orchestra and Westminster Community Chorus present “Remember Her Name” at Princeton Meadow Church and Event Center, 545 Meadow Road. Free.

8 p.m.: Mark Morris Dance Group at McCarter Theatre, 91 University Place. www.mccarter.org.

8:15 p.m.: The Princeton Folk Music Society presents Richie & Rosie, playing banjo and fiddle at the junction of Americana, old-time, and folk music. Christ Congregation Church, 50 Walnut Lane. $20 ($15 members, $10 students under 22, $5 children). https://princetonfolk.org.

Saturday, May 18

8 a.m.-1 p.m.: Flea Market at Princeton Elks, 354 Route 518, Skillman. Spaces are $15 each or 2 for $25. Call (609) 921-8972 for more information.

8 a.m.: At Princeton Institute Woods, near the Institute for Advanced Study, a free, guided walk led by Brad Merritt to observe spring migration of warblers and other songbirds, in memory of Fred Spar. www.washingtoncrossingaudubon.org.

9 a.m.: Kickoff of Welcome Weekend, celebration of the history of the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood, at Studio Hillier, 190 Witherspoon Street. Weekend activities will include cleanup, yard sales, open houses, music, food, and displays.

9 a.m.-1 p.m.: West Windsor Farmers Market at Vaughn Drive lot, Princeton Junction train station.

10 a.m.-1 p.m.: Princeton Police and Human Services host the Wheels Rodeo at Community Park Pool Parking Lot, 400 Witherspoon Street. Rain date May 19. Free event with bike safety check, free helmets and giveaways, refreshments, bike giveaway, and more. Bring unwanted bikes for donations. (609) 688-2055 or 921-2100 ext. 1851.

11 a.m.: Represent New Jersey chapter meeting at the Unitarian Church, 50 Cherry Hill Road. Discussion of plans to support ranked choice voting in New Jersey.

11 a.m.-1 p.m.: Foraging for Wild Edibles at Cherry Grove Farm, Route 206 north, Lawrenceville. www.cherrygrovefarm.com/classes/.

11 a.m. to 3 p.m.: Lady and the Shallot celebrates its first anniversary at the Trenton Farmers Market, 960 Spruce Street, Lawrence Township. Giveaways and prizes. www.ladyandtheshallot.com.

8 p.m.: Princeton Ballet School presents Don Quixote at Patriots Theater at the War Memorial, 1 Memorial Drive, Trenton. arballet.org.

Sunday, May 19

9 a.m.: Opening of Nassau Film Festival at the Princeton Garden Theatre, 160 Nassau Street. 51 films from 21 countries. Free.

12:45 p.m.: At The Jewish Center, 435 Nassau Street, a Princeton Scavenger Hunt to educate young families on historically important Jewish sites in Princeton. Open to the community; recommended for kids ages 8 and under and their families. RSVP to drothman@thejewishcenter.org.

12-3 p.m.: Welcome Weekend, celebration of the history of Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood, continues at Mary Moss Playground, John and Lytle streets, with a tree planting, cultural displays, hot dogs and ice cream, and more.

1-4 p.m.: Winery Sunday at Terhune Orchards, Cold Soil Road. Wine, light fare, music by Acoustic Duover. terhuneorchards.com/winery-events.

3 p.m.: The Blawenburg Band performs its 129th Anniversary Concert at Hopewell Valley Central High School, 259 Pennington-Titusville Road, Pennington. Free. www.Blawenburgband.org.

3 p.m.: Sharim v’Sharot performs “Rossi, Solomon & Kindred Spirits” at 1867 Sanctuary, Scotch Road, Ewing A singalong follows the concert. $18 by May 15, $20 at the door. www.sharimvsharot.org.

3 p.m.: At Robert L. Annis Playhouse at Westminster Choir College, 101 Walnut Lane, 24 musicians play the complete Bach Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1. Free; but $20 donations suggested. www.legacyartsinternational.org.

4 p.m.: Atlantic City Ballet performs Cinderella at Richard P. Marasco Center for the Performing Arts, 1629 Perrineville Road, Monroe Township. $25-$30. (800) 514-3849.

Monday, May 20

7:30 p.m.: Princeton University Professor Keith Whittington discusses “The Constitution and Trump” at a meeting of Indivisible Princeton at the Unitarian Church, 50 Cherry Hill Road.

Wednesday, May 22

7 p.m.: The Practitioners of Musick perform at Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street. Free.

Thursday, May 23

10 a.m.: Princeton Farmers Market at Hinds Plaza.

Saturday, May 25

9 a.m.-1 p.m.: West Windsor Farmers Market at Vaughn Drive lot, Princeton Junction train station.

10 a.m.: Spirit of Princeton Memorial Day Parade from Princeton Avenue down Nassau Street. At 11 a.m., a dedication ceremony takes place at Monument Hall. The keynote speaker is Vietnam veteran Eugene Marsh. spiritofprinceton.org.

12-4 p.m.: Memorial Day activities at Princeton Battlefield include  battle reenactments, drills, cooking demonstrations, and other living history events. spiritofprinceton.org.

1 p.m.: Sculpture Scavenger Hunt at the Princeton Battlefield Monument, 55 Stockton Street. $5. princetonhistory.org.

Thursday, May 30

10 a.m.-3 p.m.: Princeton Farmers Market at Hinds Plaza.

Saturday, June 1

Recycling

9 a.m.-1 p.m.: West Windsor Farmers Market at Vaughn Drive lot, Princeton Junction train station.

Sunday, June 2

2 p.m.: LaShir, the Jewish Community Choir of Princeton, performs at Hillman Hall, Westminster Choir College, 101 Walnut Lane. Free.

Saturday, June 8

9 a.m.-1 p.m.: West Windsor Farmers Market at Vaughn Drive lot, Princeton Junction train station.

Sunday, June 9

9 a.m.: HomeFront “Rock & Roll For Hope” 5K and 1-mile run/walk, at ETS, 660 Rosedale Road. Local rock bands will line the race course to raise money for HomeFront’s summer camp and children’s programs for local kids who are homeless or at-risk. Visit www.homefrontnj.org.

Monday, June 10

Recycling