Arts Council of Princeton Hosts Pop-Up Beer Garden
LIMITED-EDITION STEIN: Every ticketholder for the Arts Council of Princeton’s Pop-Up Beer Garden will receive a limited-edition ceramic beer stein, handmade by Executive Director Adam Welch especially for the event. The September 10 fundraiser supports the Arts Council’s community programs.
The Arts Council of Princeton (ACP) will host a Pop-Up Beer Garden in partnership with local brewer, Old Hights Brewing Company, on September 10 from 2 to 5 p.m.
The event raises funds for the Arts Council’s longstanding community outreach programs, public art initiatives, and year-long community events and projects. Tickets promise attendees an afternoon in celebration of community, complete with Old Hights’ hand-crafted beers, snacks, and lawn games. The Sourland Mountain String Band will provide live music.
Every attendee will receive a ceramic beer stein made especially for the event by ACP Executive Director Adam Welch.
“We are witness to a time of deepening connection with the handmade,” said Welch. “Everyone who attends our Beer Garden will walk away with a handcrafted reminder that every gathering is a celebration of the moment. Join us in sharing the experience that we are all part of one glorious magnum opus!”
The ACP is located at 102 Witherspoon Street. For more information and to reserve tickets, visit artscouncilofprinceton.org.