Calendar

Wednesday, March 22

11 a.m. to 1 p.m.: World Water Day Conference at The Technology Center of Princeton, located at 330 Carter Road in Princeton.

1 p.m.: Wednesday Tea & Tour at Morven Museum and Garden in Princeton (repeats weekly).

7 to 8:30 p.m.: The Sourland Conservancy presents “We Like Lichens – A Talk” at Hopewell Borough Train Station. Advance registration is required by visiting https://tinyurl.com/VernalPoolHike.

7:30 p.m.: Contra Dance with the Princeton Country Dancers at the Suzanne Patterson Center, 45 Stockton Street (repeats weekly).

7:30 p.m.: Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express at McCarter Theatre (through April 2).

Thursday, March 23

2:30 to 7:30 p.m.: Abiding Presence Lutheran Church hosts a community blood drive in partnership with American Red Cross Penn-Jersey Blood Services Region at the Church fellowship hall, located at 2220 Pennington Road (NJ 31) in Ewing.

6 p.m.: Thursday Evening Jazz at Hopewell Valley Vineyards in Pennington.

7 p.m.: “The Theologies of Bruce Springsteen,” a conversation with Azzan Yadin-Israel and William Storrar at the Center of Theological Inquiry, Luce Halle, 50 Stockton Street in Princeton.

Friday, March 24 

11 a.m.: Free, Tiger Tales for children ages 3-5 at Cotsen Children’s Library (repeats weekly).

5:15 p.m.: On Pointe Enrichment Series at American Repertory Ballet on the new ballet Pride and Prejudice. Artistic Director Douglas Martin will lead the discussion; Princeton Studio, 301 N. Harrison Street.

7 to 9 p.m.: The Plainsboro Writers Group presents “Selected Short Stories and Poems” at Princeton Public Library. Admission is free.

8 p.m.: Westminster Schola Cantorum Homecoming Concert at Bristol Chapel on the campus of Wesminster Choir College.

8 p.m.: New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) performs Beethoven’s Seventh at Richardson Auditorium. Xian Zhang conducts.

Saturday, March 25

8 a.m. to 2 p.m.: 31st Annual Hamilton Square Rummage Sale at First Presbyterian Church of Hamilton Square, located at 3550 Nottingham Way in Hamilton Square.

9 a.m. to 1 p.m.: Princeton Fitness and Wellness at Plainsboro hosts a free Community Health Fair including wellness screenings, classes, demonstrations, kids activities, and food. The Plainsboro facility is located at 7 Plainsboro Road in Plainsboro on the hospital’s campus.

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.: March Muster at Princeton Battlefield State Park. Continental musket drills, living history cooking and encampment demonstrations, and more.

10:30 a.m.: Screening of Kung Fu Panda (2008) at Princeton Garden Theatre.

1 to 3 p.m.: Watershed Nature Camp Open House at Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association in Pennington. Open to families with children ages 5-16. Learn more at www.thewatershed.org.

7 to 9 p.m.: Café Improv at the Arts Council of Princeton. For a list of performers and to register to play, visit cafeimprov.com.

7:30 p.m.: Composer Portrait: Juliana Hall featuring Night Dances, selections from The Poet’s Calendar and the world premiere of The Bells (Edgar Allen Poe) at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 16 All Saints’ Road in Princeton.

8 p.m.: Join the Eastern Wind Symphony at Richardson Auditorium for American Visions: The Music of Aaron Copland.

Sunday, March 26

Noon to 3 p.m.: The Hopewell-Keroka Alliance’s 8th Annual Indoor Flea Market at Hopewell Valley Central High School in Pennington. HKA New Jersey selects and manages its projects in collaboration with HKA Keroka, a sister non-profit organization comprised of community leaders and volunteers on the ground in Keroka, Kenya.

Noon to 3 p.m.: Princeton Pong Open House. Learn about summer camp, memberships, and tournaments. Learn more at www.princetonpong.com.

1 to 4 p.m.: Join Terhune Orchards every Sunday throughout March for their Spring Music Series. Also, be sure to sample their award-winning wines.

3 p.m.: The Dryden Ensemble celebrates Bach’s 332nd birthday with a concert of chamber music by the composer at Miller Chapel on the campus of Princeton Theological Seminary.

3 p.m.: Patrick K. Spero, Librarian of the American Philosophical Society presents “Creating Pennsylvania: The Wars, Rebellion, and Revolution that Made the Keystone State” at The David Library of the American Revolution, located at 1201 River Road in Washington Crossing, Pa. Admission is free.

3 p.m.: Westminster Community Orchestra concert at Hillman Performance Hall on the campus of Westminster Choir College. Ruth Ochs conducts.

3 p.m.: Family Barn Dance presented by the Princeton Country Dancers at the Suzanne Patterson Center, 1 Monument Drive, Princeton.

4 to 6 p.m.: Live concert with David Broza and Ali Paris entitled “Bridging the Divide” to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Amy Adina Schulman Memorial Fund at Richardson Auditorium. The event is co-sponsored by Princeton University’s Center for Jewish Life. Free, but tickets are required. To reserve tickets, visit https://tickets.princeton.edu.

Monday, March 27 

7 p.m.: Amy Gary discusses her book, “In the Great Green Room: The Brilliant and Bold Life of Margaret Wise Brown” at Princeton Public Library.

Tuesday, March 28 

7:15 to 8:30 a.m.: “Tom Callahan is on a mission” to bring senior living to the next level. He will be speaking at the Capital Networking Group on at Princeton United Methodist Church, Nassau at Vandeventer.

6 p.m.: Paul Muldoon on Selected Poems: 1968-2014 at Labyrinth Books in Princeton.

7:30 p.m.: Jazz at Princeton presents Steve Lehman and Sélébéyone at Fine Hall’s Taplin Auditorium.

Wednesday, March 29 

1 p.m.: Wednesday Tea & Tour at Morven Museum and Garden in Princeton (repeats weekly).

4:30 p.m.: The Princeton Middle East Society will present a talk entitled, “Blood, Treasure, and Tears: The Costs of the War on Terror” in the Computer Science Building, Room 104 on Princeton University’s campus (located on Olden Avenue between Williams Street and Prospect Avenue). Free.

7:30 p.m.: Murder on the Orient Express at McCarter Theatre (through April 2).

7:30 p.m.: Contra Dance with the Princeton Country Dancers at the Suzanne Patterson Center, 45 Stockton Street (repeats weekly).

Thursday, March 30 

4 to 5 p.m.: Middle School Math Circle at Princeton Public Library shows students in grades 6-8 how fun math can be. The group is led by Princeton High School math enthusiasts.

6 p.m.: Lalaie Ameeriar and Joan Scott discuss Downwardly Global: Women, Work, and Citizenship in the Pakistani Diaspora at Labyrinth Books in Princeton.

Friday, March 31

10 a.m.: Meeting, CoffeeTalk at Bon Appetit at Princeton Forrestal Village (at the corner of Main Street next to Luxe Home). CoffeeTalk is designed to connect like-minded professionals with others who are interested in keeping-up on the latest marketing and social media trends.

11 a.m.: Free, Tiger Tales for children ages 3-5 at Cotsen Children’s Library (repeats weekly).

4 to 5 p.m.: Meeting, Acting Out at Princeton Public Library. Students in kindergarten through third grade are invited to engage in dramatic activity including discussions, games, and other fun activities. No experience necessary. Princeton High School drama aficionados will lead the sessions.

8 p.m.: Nassau Presbyterian Church hosts an organ recital with Dr. Catherine Rodland, an artist in residence at St. Olaf College; 61 Nassau Street, Princeton. A reception will follow the free recital.

Saturday, April 1

1 to 4 p.m.: Clean-up day at Princeton Battlefield State Park with the Sierra Club.

4 to 6 p.m.: Functional singing workshop with voice teacher and mezzo-soprano Donna Reid at the Princeton-campus of the American College of Orgonomy. Seating is limited. Tickets are $45 per person. Register online at www.orgonomy.org.

8 p.m.: (Syn)thesis Dance Concert at McCarter Theatre.

Sunday, April 2

Noon to 3 p.m.: Visit Hun School for their Annual Summer Programs Open House. Meet campers, counselors, and teachers. There will also be tours of the campus and descriptions of twenty-six course offerings for ages 11 to 18, along with traditional day camp for ages 5 to 13. For more information, email summer@hunschool.org or call (609) 921-7600 ext. 2265.

12:30 p.m.: Screening of the Royal Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty at Princeton Garden Theatre.

12:30 p.m.: Jean Hanff Korelitz reads from and discusses The Devil and Webster: A Novel at Labyrinth Books in Princeton.

3 p.m.: Sara Stevenson, Former Chief Curator at the National Galleries of Scotland delivers a presentation entitled, “The London Circle: Early Explorations of Photography” at the Friend Center Convocation Room at Princeton University. Free and open to the public.

Monday, April 3

Recycling

10 a.m.: Through engagement with books, songs, and rhymes, Little Pandas sessions at the Princeton Public Library are designed to improve Mandarin Chinese language skills for children ages 2-5.

Tuesday, April 4

Noon: Spotlight on the Humanities at Princeton Public Library presents Seth Perry on “Humor, Celebrity, and Religious Dissent in Early America: Thomas Paine and Lorenzo Dow.”

6 p.m.: Rebecca Traister delivers a lecture entitled “All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation” at McCosh 50 at Princeton University. Free.

Wednesday, April 5 

1 p.m.: Wednesday Tea & Tour at Morven Museum and Garden in Princeton (repeats weekly).

7:30 p.m.: Contra Dance with the Princeton Country Dancers at the Suzanne Patterson Center, 45 Stockton Street (repeats weekly).

7:30 p.m.: Writer David Sedaris visits McCarter Theatre.

7:30 p.m.: Screening of Jim Jarmusch’s Night on Earth (1991) at Princeton Garden Theatre.

Thursday, April 6 

6 p.m.: David Bellos discusses The Novel of the Century: The Extraordinary Adventure of Les Miserables at Labyrinth Books in Princeton.

Friday, April 7 

11 a.m.: Free, Tiger Tales for children ages 3-5 at Cotsen Children’s Library (repeats weekly).

Saturday, April 8 

9 a.m. to 4 p.m.: #LEADLIKEAGIRL Conference at Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart in Princeton. www.stuartschool.org

Sunday, April 9 

12:30 p.m.: Screening of I, Claude Monet (2016) at Princeton Garden Theatre.