Wednesday, March 20

7 p.m.: Princeton Public Library Board of Trustees meeting. 65 Witherspoon Street.

8-10:30 p.m.: Princeton Country Dancers has a Contra Dance at Suzanne Patterson Center, 1 Monument Drive. With Bob Isaacs and Raise the Roof. Free.

Thursday, March 21

5-6:30 p.m.: Meditation Talk and Walk through Greenway Meadows Park; meet at the Johnson Education Center. Led by Andrea Fereshteh, author of In the Company of Trees. Free but RSVP: (609) 924-4646 or

7 p.m.: Dirk Evers lectures on “Artificial Intelligence: Friend or Foe of Human Flourishing?” at Center for Theological Inquiry, Luce Hall, 50 Stockton Street.

7:30-9:30 a.m.: “Growing in Trenton: The State Treasurers’ Perspective,” sponsored by the Princeton Area Chamber of Commerce, at Trenton Country Club, 201 Sullivan Way, West Trenton. State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muio is the speaker.

Saturday, March 23

9 a.m. to 12 p.m.: Fitness Fest at Princeton Fitness and Wellness, Plainsboro. Over 20 classes, demos, health screenings, kids’ classes and activities, and other events focused on fitness and health; plus on-site local vendors.

10 a.m.: At Terhune Orchards, Cold Soil Road, “Read & Explore: Getting Ready for Spring.”

4-6 p.m.: Princeton Country Dancers “The Wonderful World of Waltz,” with Ret Turner and Peggy Leiby, at Suzanne Patterson Center, 1 Monument Drive. $8. Followed by potluck. (908) 359-4837.

7 p.m.: Movie Night and Discussion at the American College of Orgonomy, 4419 Route 27, Kingston. The film is Beautiful Boy; discussion is with Dee Apple and Susan Marcel. Free.

Sunday, March 24

12-3 p.m.: The Hopewell-Keroka Alliance holds its 10th annual large flea market at Hopewell Valley Central High School, Pennington. Contact for more information.

1-4 p.m.: At Terhune Orchards, Cold Soil Road, Winery Sunday Music Series presents Kingston Ridge.

2-5 p.m.: Princeton Country Dancers celebrate Jeff Gauthier and Miranda Weinberg’s marriage. Mixed English Country Dance and Contras. Free. Cake at the break. (908) 359-4837.

3 p.m.: Violinist Alexandre Djokic and pianist Roburt Gaidos perform at 1867 Sanctuary, 101 Scotch Road, Ewing. $5-$15.

Monday, March 25

8:30-10 a.m.: Princeton Learning Cooperative holds an open house at 16 All Saints Road. Free Visit info@Princetonlearning for more information.

4:30 p.m.: Jay Butler, fellow in Princeton University’s Program in Law and Public Affairs, gives a free lecture at Wallace Hall, Room 300, “The Corporate Keepers of International Law.”

Tuesday, March 26

7:30 p.m.: “The Talmud: A Biography,” talk by Northwestern University Professor Barry Scott Wimpfheimer, at The Jewish Center of Princeton, 435 Nassau Street. $10; free for members. (609) 921-0100 ext. 200.

Wednesday, March 27

12:30 p.m.: Adam Mount of the Federation of American Scientists gives a free lecture, “What to Do if North Korea Won’t Disarm: Reassessing Allied Policy.” At 221 Nassau Street.

5:30 p.m. at Wolfensohn Hall, Institute of Advanced Study, Rana Mitter lectures on “Brexit: Jolly Old Storm Clouds, Britain and Europe, 1919-2019.”

7-8:30 p.m.: Ask-a-Lawyer program offers free advice on immigration and other issues at Princeton Public Library’s 2nd floor conference room. The library is at 65 Witherspoon Street. (609) 924-9529 ext. 1220.

8-10:30 p.m.: Princeton Country Dancers holds a Contra Dance at Suzanne Patterson Center, 1 Monument Drive. Sue Gola with Dr. Twamley’s Audio Snakes. $10 (free for age 35 and under).

Thursday, March 28

10 a.m.: Meeting of the 55-Plus Club with talk, “How Do We Prepare Our Students from Preschool-College with Social-Emotional Civil Discourse and Civil Engagement,” by Rutgers professor Maurice J. Elias. At The Jewish Center of Princeton, 435 Nassau Street.

11 a.m.: Still-life Stew Storytime at Morven, 55 Stockton Street, for ages 3-6. Kids make their own still-life paintings to take home, along with a recipe for stew. Register at

11 a.m-2:30 p.m.: Spring Break Chess Tournament at Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street. For ages 6-12, conducted by U.S. Chess Federation National Master Ben Johnson. Registration required at

12:30 p.m.: University of Wisconsin professor Timothy Donohue speaks about the sustainable biomass production of fuels and chemicals, at Maeder Hall, Andlinger Center, 92 Olden Street. Free.

5:30 p.m.: The Princeton Chamber Music Society presents “Portraits of England,” in conjunction with the Gainsborough exhibit.

Friday, March 29

3 p.m.: Dog Man Party at Princeton Public Library Community Room, 65 Witherspoon Street. Kids 5-12 are invited to celebrate Dog Man, the part-human, part-dog hero of the Davd Pilkey series with crafts, games, and activities.

6 p.m.: Princeton Public Library screens the film Ready Player One, in the Community Room. 65 Witherspoon Street.

Saturday, March 30

3 p.m.: New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra Salon: “Homage,” at Morven’s Stockton Education Center, 55 Stockton Street. Music, conversation, and light refreshment. Free.

7:30 p.m.: La Fiocco period instrument ensemble performs music and dance of the late Renaissance, Baroque, and early Classical era at Christ Congregation, 50 Walnut Lane. $10-$25.

Sunday, March 31

1 p.m.: Abrcadabra! Family Magic Show at Adath Israel Congregation, 1958 Lawrenceville Road (Route 206). $8-$12 (kids 3 and under free). Close-up magic and stage show.

1-4 p.m.: At Terhune Orchards, Cold Soil Road, Winery Sunday Music Series presents Bill O’Neal and Andy Koontz.

1:15 p.m.: Book Launch: “U.S.1 Worksheets” at Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street. The U.S. 1 Poets’ Cooperative launches Volume 64 of its journal with works by 134 poets.

Monday, April 1


Thursday, April 4

8 p.m.: The Takacs String Quartet performs at Richardson Auditorium, Princeton University. $10-$55.

Friday, April 5

9:45 a.m.: The Piano Teachers Forum meets at Jacobs Music, 2540 Brunswick Pike, Lawrenceville. Jazz pianist Jeremy Siskin gives a presentation. Coffee at 9:15 a.m.

Saturday, April 6

10 a.m.-1 p.m.: West Windsor Farmers Market at Windsor Athletic Club, 99 Clarksville Road. Music by George & Eddie; Fresh Food Drive to benefit Arm in Arm Food Pantries.

Sunday, April 7

12:30-2 p.m.: J-Serve, at Beth El Synagogue, 50 Maple Stream Road, East Windsor. International Day of Jewish Youth Service, for teens in grades 6-12 helping in a variety of social action projects. Registration is required at jserveorg/2019projectregistration/princeton.

1-4 p.m.: At Terhune Orchards, Cold Soil Road, Winery Sunday Music Series presents Maggs and Bud.

5 p.m.: At Dorothea’s House, 120 John Street, Princeton University graduate Katherine Wilson talks about her memoir, Only in Naples: Lessons in Food and Famiglia from My Italian Mother-in-law. Free.

Monday, April 8

1 p.m.: At Monroe Township Library, 4 Municipal Plaza, Monroe,  Chamber Music for Winds. Free.

Sunday, April 14

8 a.m.: Ed Felten speaks on “The projected effects of Artificial Intelligence on our economy and the social implications of those effects,” at Princeton United Methodist Church, 7 Vandeventer Avenue. Suggested breakfast donation, $5.

1-4 p.m.: At Terhune Orchards, Cold Soil Road, Winery Sunday Music Series presents O’Neil & Martin.

Monday, April 15


Thursday, April 18

12:30 p.m.: Sally Benson, professor and co-director of Precourt Institute of Energy, Stanford University, speaks about energy systems integration for deep decarbonization at Maeder Hall, Andlinger Center, 92 Olden Street. Free.

Friday, April 19

7:30 p.m.: Good Friday Concert, Cherubini’s Requiem, directed by Hyosang Park. at Princeton United Methodist Church, 7 Vandeventer Avenue.. Freewill offering. 609-924-2613 or