2012 February Highlights
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100 Women, 100 Ways, 100 Days Challenge February 4 – May 13
The YWCA Princeton Breast Cancer Resource Center challenges 100 women (or men, kids, groups, companies) to raise $100 in 100 days to help support local women in their community who are coping with breast cancer. Challenge participants can do almost anything to raise the funds – hold a bakesale, collect pennies, donate store proceeds, host a Superbowl or Oscars party, host a brunch, etc.! The sky’s the limit and all the small contributions will add up to something extraordinary - $10,000 to enable BCRC to continue providing free support groups, counseling, wigs, breast prostheses, wellness programs, financial assistance and more to breast cancer patients and survivors. For more information visit www.ywcaprinceton.org/100women or call BCRC at 609-497-2100 ext. 346 or 349.
On February 9, 2012, NAMI Mercer will begin its spring semester of “Family-to-Family,” a free, 12-week education course for adult family members of persons living with mental illness. The course is recognized as an evidence-based practice that improves the ability of family members to provide support and to maintain hope as caregivers of a family member with serious mental illness. The course covers the biology of brain disorders; diagnostic criteria for the major mental illnesses, including schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar disorder (manic-depression), panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post traumatic stress disorder and borderline personality disorder. Classes will be held on 12 consecutive Thursday nights from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm at two locations in Mercer County. Although the education series is free, registration is required. For more information or to register, call 609-799-8994 or email email@example.com.
Grab your poodle skirt, leather jacket and jeans and come to Young Audiences New Jersey's (YANJ) annual gala benefit on Saturday, February 25 at Princeton Academy. This year's theme takes us back to the music and dancing of the 1950's –jive to the sounds of The Alley Cats... cut a rug with The Bobbysox Brigade dancers...bid on the silent auction items featuring vacation home getaways, great wine, gorgeous jewelry...win a week at a Tuscan Villa.... and much more. Save the date and don't miss this fun-filled evening.Tickets for Dazzle Start at $175 each, and proceeds support school and community arts education programs which reach over 500,000 children and 1600 teachers in New Jersey each year. The 4,500 programs provided annually by YANJ are made possible in part through a grant from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State and funds from the National Endowment for the Arts. Visit www.yanj.org
Annual Red Rose Day Supports Babies in Need – You Can Help!
For over 30 years, The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey has held this springtime fundraiser to support its private Infant Foster Care Program. Dozens of beautiful roses and lovely bouquets of mixed flowers are sold for $20 each to benefit the children in our private foster homes who are waiting to be placed in their forever homes. Presale orders can be arranged for groups of 20 or more and will be delivered to you at no extra charge. Order deadline is Friday, March 2, 2012 and flowers will be delivered on Friday, March 23, 2012. For more information and order forms, please see our website (chsofnj.org) or contact Denise Wentzler at (609) 695-6274 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The American Boychoir School Apprentice Program – Register now!
The Apprentice Program is an after-school program in Princeton for boys, in grades 3-6, who love to sing! This special program provides training in vocal technique and music theory. There is limited enrollment and acceptance is by audition. Classes begin Wednesday, February 29 and end with a final performance on Saturday, May 12.
For additional information, please contact: 1-888- BOYCHOIR or email@example.com. Visit us at www.americanboychoir.org.
Westminster Conservatory Expands its Early Childhood Music Program
New classes begin on Tuesday, March 20 at the Princeton Presbyterian Church (545 Meadow Road in West Windsor), extending the Conservatory's reach to east of Route 1. Classes will meet weekly on Tuesdays for 10 weeks. There will be an open house at Princeton Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, February 21 from 4-6pm and Saturday, February 25 from 10am-12pm. See the new facilities at Princeton Presbyterian, meet the faculty, and participate in demonstration classes. Classes offerings will include Musical Playground (ages 12 - 36 months), Stepping Tones (ages 3.5 - 4.5 years old), Musical Gateways (ages 4.5 - 5.5 years old), and Children's Voice Class (grades 2 - 4). Questions may be directed to LuAnn Longenecker at the main Conservatory office at 609-921-7104 or by e-mail at Llongenecker@rider.edu.
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March 17, 2012 - The Bridge Academy in Lawrenceville’s "Reach For The Stars" Annual Gala, www.banj.org
March 18, 2012 – DanceVision’s DanceFest 2012 – A celebration of dance for all ages! www.dancevisionnj.org
April 2, 2012 - Mercer County Community College’s Spring Into Student Success Fundraiser, http://www.mccc.edu/foundation_events_spring.shtml
April 14, 2012 - Miles for Isles Inaugural 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk, Click here for more information
April 28, 2012 – Communiversity Festival of the Arts, http://artscouncilofprinceton.org/
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School Open Houses
Summer Camp Open Houses
2/3 - Hand in Hand, Jewish Family and Children's Services of Greater Mercer County, Suzanne Patterson, 45 Stockton Street, Princeton, 609-987-8100
6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Welcome the sabbath with crafts, songs, and dinner with Jewish families and individuals living with special needs. Register. $36 per family., www.jfcsonline.org
2/3 - Black History Month, YWCA Princeton, 59 Paul Robeson Place, Princeton, 609-497-2100, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., African dance class with Audrey Davis. For all ages. $25., www.ywcaprinceton.org
2/4 - Trenton Thunder Pre Season Party, Mrs. G. TV & Appliances, 2960 Route 1, Lawrenceville, 609-882-1444, Noon. to 2 p.m., Prizes include a chance to throw out the first pitch at one of the Thunder games as well as appliances. Refreshments. Pick up mini plan tickets, cooking decorating, and more. Register. Free.,www.mrsgs.com
2/4 - Medical Orgone Therapy for Children and Teens, American College of Orgonomy, Arts Council of Princeton, 102 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, 732-821-1144
3 p.m. to 5 p.m., 'Treating Emotional and Behavioral Problems' presented by Dale Rosin, D.O. includes a brief description of the therapy, case studies, and contemporary youth culture. Panel discussion with Doctors Dee Apple, Peter Crist, and Virginia Whitener includes child-parent problems. Register. $45 donation.,www.orgonomy.org
2/5 - Super Bowl Sunday Flea Market, Princeton YWCA, 50 Paul Robeson Place, Princeton, 609-419-0191, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., $18 for a table. $2 for admission. Door and table rental benefits the YWCA's child care center. E-mail Nancy Depke at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information., www.ywcaprinceton.org
2/5 - Oyster Bowl, Blue Point Grill, 258 Nassau Street, Princeton, 609-921-1211
11 a.m. to 2 p.m., The annual oyster eating contest benefits Susan G. Komen for the Cure Central and South Jersey. Individual and corporate team contests. $45 includes shirt and all the oysters you can eat in two minutes. Register. Lunch available., www.oysterbowlnj.com
2/5 - Black History Month, West Windsor Arts Council, 952 Alexander Road, West Windsor, 609-716-1931, 3 p.m., 'Gift of Story' with Tahira, a poet, storyteller, and percussionist. $12.
2/6 - Valentines for Food Drive, Crisis Ministry of Princeton and Trenton, Princeton area, 609-396-9355. 8 a.m., First day for community wide collection among schools, business, and congregations to collect food and raise funds and hunger awareness throughout Mercer County. Visit website for drop off locations and information., www.thecrisisministry.org
2/6 - Engaged Retirement, Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, 609-924-8822, 7 p.m., 'Job Search Strategies for Older Workers' presented by Carol King, director of Next Step: Engagement Retirement and Encore Careers of the Princeton Senior Resource Center. Register., www.princetonlibrary.org
2/7 - Taste of Pennington, Hopewell Valley Senior Foundation, Brandywine Senior Living, 143 West Franklin Avenue, Pennington, 609-730-9922, 6:30 p.m., Menu favorites from Avanti Ristorante Italiano, Chez Alice Catering, Cugino's Italian Specialties, Dos Gringos Southwestern Grill, Emily's Cafe, Pennington Quality Market, Pennington Bagel, Wildflowers Restaurant, and Villa Francesco. Donations of $5 or more benefit Hopewell Valley Senior Foundation. Register.
2/8 - Vitamin D, Princeton HealthCare System, Princeton Fitness & Wellness Center, Princeton North Shopping Center, 1225 State Road, Princeton, 888-897-8979
Noon., 'What it Means to Your and Your Bones' presented by Jeanne Mitterando, M.D., board certified in family medicine. Register. Free., www.princetonhcs.org
2/8 - Bridges to Wellness, Elixir Fund, Capital Health, 1 Capital Way, Pennington, 800-494-9228, 7 p.m., Meditation workshop for patients with cancer and their caregivers. Register. $12., www.elixirfund.org
2/9 - Winter Market, Princeton Farmers Market, Princeton Library, 55 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, 609-356-0558, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Farmers and crafters with winter produce, cheeses, honey, bread, desserts, and more.,www.princetonfarmersmarket.com
2/9 - Awards and Recognition Dinner, Interfaith Caregivers Trenton, Hamilton Garden Hilton, 800 Route 130, Hamilton, 732-974-8744, 6 p.m., Fourth annual Shining Lights awards for Bristol Myers Squibb, Deacon Ollie L. Green of Shiloh Baptist Church, and Rosa Spera of Rosa's Ristorante in Hamilton. Register by E-mail to Patriciaboneill831@gmail.com. $60 to $70., www.interfaithcaregiverstrenton.org
2/9 - Eugene Onegin, Princeton Symphony Orchestra, Richardson Auditorium, Princeton University, 609-258-9220, 8 p.m., Fully-staged world premiere production of Prokofiev's project with music and dance. In 1936, Soviet officials commissioned a dramatization of Alexander Pushkin's novel with music by Prokofiev, to celebrate Pushkin's birth. The work was censored and the script, as well as directions on costume and dance, disappeared into Russian archives. $25., www.princetonsymphony.org
2/10 - Divorce Recovery Seminar, Princeton Church of Christ, 33 River Road, Princeton, 609-581-3889, 7:30 p.m., 'Family Systems.' Non-denominational support group for men and women. Free.,www.princetonchurchofchrist.com
2/10 - Princeton Jazz Festival, Princeton High School Studio Band, Walnut Lane, Princeton, 609-806-4280, 9 p.m., Denis DiBlasio, executive director of the Maynard Ferguson Institute of Jazz and the director of the jazz department at Rowan University, teaches and performs. Educational clinic with DiBlasio begin at 5 p.m. Middle and high school band competition at 6 p.m. Performance by DiBlasio with the PHS Studio Band at 9 p.m. $10 benefits the cost of trips and uniforms for students in need and provides musical experiences for the students in the band program., www.princetonjazz. org
2/11 - Cupid's Chase, Community Options, Princeton Shopping Center, Harrison Street, 609-951-9900, 8 a.m., 5K run/walk to benefit people with disabilities. Walk begins at 10 a.m. Runners may wear an 'available' or 'unavailable' shirt to try to make a love connection. Register. $35., www.comop.org
2/11 - Pennington Quality Market's Kid's Club Valentine's Day Event. Kids Club members will enjoy making a Valentine gift for someone special in their life, and will also go home with a fun treat for themselves! For more information, visit our website at www.pqmonline.com.
2/11 - Valentine's Dinner and wine tasting - Enjoy a five-course gourmet meal prepared by Chef Kathy Rana with wine pairings and discussion about the wines by John Kafarski of the Wine Culture Project (http://winecultureproject.wordpress.com/). A portion of the evenings proceeds will benefit the Elixir Fund, an organization that provides comfort and support to cancer patients and their caregivers. 7pm at Jersey Girl Cafe in Hamilton. For tickets and more information please visit http://jerseygirl-valentine-2012.eventbrite.com/.
2/12 - Choral Reading, Princeton Society of Musical Amateurs, Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 50 Cherry Hill Road, Princeton, 609-587-7123, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Gilbert & Sulliam's 'The Gondoliers.' Chorus rehearsal at 3 p.m. All singers are invited to join. No auditions. Vocal scores provided. Refreshments. $10 for singers. Free for students and non-singing guests., www.princetonol.com/groups/psma
2/12 - Adult Friendship Circle invites you to Game Night, 6pm. Come play a variety of card and board games in the company of your Friendship Circle friends. Contact us for location information, 609-683-7240. visit us online at www,mercerfriends.com. Adult Friendship Circle provides a wide range of social and Judaic activities for adults with special needs.
2/13 & 14 - Singing Valentines, Princeton Garden Statesmen, Location chosen by the caller., 888-636-4449, 9 a.m., A barbershop quartet, dressed in tuxedos, presents two love songs, a personalized card, a rose, a candy treat, and a photograph of the event. Register. $75., www.princetongardenstatesmen.com
2/13 - Program and Meeting, Washington Crossing Audubon Society, Pennington School, 112 West Delaware Avenue, Pennington, 609-443-3981
7:30 p.m., Refreshments followed by 'Forging New Paths' presented by Alan Hershey, chair of the New Jersey Trail Association., www.pennington.org
2/14 - Blood Drive, American Red Cross, Johnson & Johnson, 23 Orchard Road, Skillman, 800-448-3543, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., www.redcrossblood.org
2/15 – Sweetheart Bingo, FACT Bucks County - "Fighting AIDS Continuously Together," at the New Hope Eagle Fire Company, 46 North Sugan Road, New Hope. Doors open at 6 pm and the games start at 7:15 pm. Admission is $15 and includes a light pregame dinner & sweets. A cash bar will also be available. BYOB food and beverages are allowed, and players are invited to wear their favorite Valentine party attire. For more info or to reserve a prepaid table, call 215-862-3325 or visit www.factbuckscounty.org.
2/16 – Grand Re-Opening Party, Luxaby Baby, 6-8pm, 19 Hulfish Street, Princeton. We will be showcasing our new maternity line as well as our new childrens book, Luxaby Lily. http://www.luxabybaby.com/
2/16 - Concert Classics Series, Princeton University Concerts, Richardson Auditorium, 609-258-9220, 8 p.m., Julia Fischer on violin and Milana Chernyavska on piano with program featuring works of Beethoven, Ysaye, and Saint-Saens. Pre-concert lecture at 7 p.m. $20 to $40., princetonuniversityconcerts.org
2/17 -The Machestic Dragons Open House. Princeton Breast Cancer Survivor and Supporters dragon boat team will host an Open House for inquirers and perspective members from 6:30 to 7:45 pm, held at the Bramwell House, at the YWCA on Paul Robeson Place, Princeton. Refreshments will be served and a short program will provide information about this unique team of individuals. You need not be a survivor of breast cancer to join the team. The Machestic Dragons general membership meeting follows immediately and ends at 9 pm.
2/18 - Deja Vu Reock and Roll Revue, Kelsey Theater, Mercer County Community College, 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor, 609-570-3333, 8 p.m., Musical tribute to Crosby, Still, Nash, and Young with a performance of the 'Deja Vu' album in its entirety. Musicians include Mario DiBartolo, Michael White, Bud Belviso, and Tom Reock of Hamilton; Jerry Steele of Princeton, and Chris Grace of Pennington. The performance also include classic hits from the Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, the Hollies, and solo Neil Young. A video presentation documenting the time period will be screened. $20., www.kelseytheatre.net
2/19 - Yoga for Multiple Sclerosis, Princeton Center for Yoga & Health, Orchard Hill Center, 88 Orchard Road, Skillman, 609-924-7294, 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., Workshop to promote balance, coordination, circulation, and mental clarity presented by Dan Fernandez, a yoga instructor who has MS. 'For me and many others with MS, part of the problem is having this type-A personality where we ignore our bodies and live from the neck up in a self-abuse way,' he says. 'Yoga for MS is really about self acceptance and getting back in touch with your body and its own healing powers.' Open to all ages and skill levels as well as individuals with lupus, fibromyalgia, arthritis, and cancer. Register. $40., www.princetonyoga.com
2/19 – Black History Month Event, Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, Fireplace on second floor, 609-924-9529, 6:30 p.m., Screening of 'Sing Your Song,' a documentary about Harry Belafonte and his life as a singer, actor, and human rights champion as well as his contribution and leadership in the Civil Rights Movement.,www.princetonlibrary.org
2/20 - The Princeton Family Center for Education will be hosting two web casts on from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Room I-19, 108 Straube Center Blvd., Pennington, NJ.
Dr. Daniel Papero of The Bowen Center's presentation on "Anxiety in the Family" will be shown and discussed from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and Dr. Michael Kerr of The Bowen Academy's presentation will be shown and discussed from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. $25 for each web cast, $40 for both. For information, please visit www.princetonfamilycenter.org or call 609.924.0514.
2/20 - Noontime Recital Series, Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church, 124 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, 609-924-1666, Noon., 'Piano Four Hands,' a classical repertoire by Larissa Korkina and Esma Pasic-Filipovic on piano. Light lunch follows. Register. Free.
2/21 – Meeting, Princeton Ski Club, 7pm. Rocky Hill Inn. 137 Washington Street, Rocky Hill, NJ. Meetings are casual-social, with cash bar, and complimentary munchies. All are welcome. Learn about past and planned PSC trips and many varied activities, not limited to skiing. Check out PSC at: www.princetonski.org
2/21 - Composers Ensemble at Princeton, directed by Barbara White and Michael Pratt, will present a recital with the unique title "Rush Camel - Grow Tree" in Taplin Auditorium in Fine Hall at 8:00PM. The recital is free and open to the public.
2/23 - Outside the Box: Educational Alternatives for Teenagers, The Princeton Learning Cooperative from 7:00-8:45pm at the West Windsor Public Library. The event is free and open to the public. Outside the Box brings together a broad spectrum of progressive educators to talk about their work with teenagers. Panelists include Tom Wilschutz of Solebury School, Robert Burkhardt of Eagle Rock School, Joel Hammon of the Princeton Learning Cooperative and Barbara Rapaport of the New Jersey Homeschooling Association. The event will be moderated by Jane Fremon of the Princeton Friends School.
2/24 - Adath Israel’s Shabbat Seder, 6:30pm. Our fun, family atmosphere and warm community makes our quarterly Shabbat Seders a not-to-be-missed event. For more information, or to make reservations, contact Mira Colflesh in the Adath Israel office email@example.com or 609-896-4977
2/24 – HomeFront’s Poker Tournament and Casino Night from 7 PM to Midnight at the Stone Terrace by John Henry’s at 2275 Kuser Road in Hamilton, NJ. Admissions are $70 for the Poker Tournament (with 1st place prize of $500, 2nd - $250 and 3rd - $150) or $60 for the Casino Games including Blackjack, Craps and Roulette. There will be a silent auction, large raffle baskets and a 50/50 as well. Help us help our neighbors in need and enjoy a fun night out at the same time! Register at www.homefrontnj.org. Sponsorships are still available. Please contact HeatherL@homefrontnj.org.
2/25 - “Walk n’ Roll with Enable” at Rider University’s Student Recreation Center, 8:30-12:30pm. This indoor walk will feature athletes with disabilities demonstrating their skills and challenging spectators in a fun competition to raise support for programs helping persons with disabilities live full and independent lives. Persons of all ages and abilities are encouraged to participate in this fun-filled day of movement, entertainment and motivational speakers. Persons can register www.enablenj.org to participate as individual or team walkers or attend as spectators.
2/25 - Maple Sugar Memories! Watershed Reserve. 10:30AM – 12:00PM, Families, fee per family: $10M/$15NM. Bring your family to the Watershed Reserve to enjoy the maple syrup made on site this year! After a short walk to visit our tapped trees and the ‘evaporation station’, take our maple syrup taste test challenge. Come dressed for wintery weather; boots recommended. Please call the Nature Center, 609-737-7592, Buttinger Nature Center, 31 Titus Mill Road, Pennington.
2/25 - Diamond Jubilee, Jewish Family and Children's Services of Greater Mercer County, Westin, Forrestal Village, Plainsboro, 609-987-8100, 7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., Dinner, silent auction, dancing to celebrate '75 Years of Families Helping Families,' a diamond jubilee gala. Register. $150., www.jfcsonline.org
2/26 – Dryden Ensemble’s performance of Bach's three sonatas for viola da gamba and obbligato harpsichord featuring Lisa Terry, viola da gamba & Joanne Kong, harpsichord. 3pm, Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological Seminary, 64 Mercer Street, Princeton.
Open to the public; free admission.
2/26 - African American History Month, Mercer College, Kelsey Theater, West Windsor campus, 609-570-3324, 7 p.m., 'Evening of Praise Gospel Explosion' features student performers, area gospel choirs, and praise dancers. Free will donations benefit the student emergency fund., www.mccc.edu
2/27 - Consumer Affairs, Mercer County Connection, 957 Route 33, Hamilton, 609-890-9800, 11 a.m., Discuss credit, home improvement, automotive, and Internet fraud with the chief of the Mercer County Consumer Affairs Commission, Free., www.mercercounty.org
2/28 - United Financial Empowerment Center, Mercer Alliance to End Homelessness, United Way, 3131 Princeton Pike, Building 4, Suite 113, Lawrenceville, 609-883-3379, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., 'Take Charge of Your Financial Future' with consumer credit counseling, debt management, foreclosure information, tax preparation, women's interview clothing, career center mentoring, financial planning, and NJ Family Care. Free., www.merceralliance.org
2/29 - Basics of Successful Lawn Care, Master Gardeners of Mercer County, 930 Spruce Street, Trenton, 609-989-6830, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., 'Lawn Renovation and Establishment' presented by Barbara J. Bromley, Mercer County horticulturist. Register. $12, www.mgofmc.org
3/1 - Tribute to Women Annual Awards Dinner, YWCA Princeton, Hyatt Regency, Carnegie Center, West Windsor, 609-497-2100, 5:15 p.m. to 9 p.m., Register. $125., www.ywcaprinceton.org
3/2 – Wine Tasting Event, Fred Astaire Dance Studio, 6:45-9pm. Enjoy an evening of dancing and wine tasting featuring hors d'oeuvres by Camillo's Cafe. $75/person. More info: http://www.fredastaireprinceton.com/events/, 301. North Harrison Street, Princeton
3/3 – Math Day, Princeton Friends School, 12-3pm. A festival of mathematical games, workshops, puzzles, stories, and more. Math Day is designed for students in 1st – 8th grade – and for their grown-up friends, too! Math Day is open to the public, with a $5 registration fee per participant. For more information, or to register for Math Day at PFS, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
3/3 - The third annual African Soiree, a benefit for the United Front Against Riverblindness, will be held on Saturday, March 3, 4:30 to 10 p.m. at the Mackay Campus Center, Princeton Theological Seminary, 64 Mercer Street, Princeton. Admission is $50 ($25 for students) Go to www.riverblindness.org or call 609-924-2613.
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MRCC’s 5th Annual Bridal & Special Event Showcase
Sunday February 26, 2012
Join us at Rider University
2083 Lawrence Road
Lawrenceville, New Jersey
*A Chance to WIN a Honeymoon Cruise and other great Prizes *
Fashion Show at 2:30 presented by David’s Bridal & Men’s Warehouse
We ARE your Bridal & Special Event Connection
Come Connect with Over 80 Wedding / Special Event Specialist who can help make your “Dream Day” come true
Brides Pre-Register: www.MercerChamberEvents.org
Vendor opportunities still available: Jude@MercerChamber.org
Or call 689-9960 x 14
MRCC’s 2-26-12 Bridal & Special Event Showcase. Like us on Facebook
PSO Broadway POPS!
The Broadway Tenors
Saturday, February 11, 2012, 8 pm
Rossen Milanov, Music Director and Conductor
Brent Barrett, Matt Cavenaugh, Ron Bohmer
Rossen Milanov conducts the PSO and a trio of Broadway’s leading tenors in a program of favorite songs from hit shows such as West Side Story, Chicago, The Phantom of the Opera, Guys and Dolls, and much more! With rich harmonies and orchestral accompaniment, plus a good dose of humor, The Broadway Tenors is a not-to-be-missed night out in Princeton!
Tickets: $68, 55, 42, 25
Chapin School Open House
Sunday, February 12: 2–3:30 pm (Pre-K and Kindergarten only)
Take a closer look inside Chapin School. Visitors will attend a short program, hear from the Headmaster and Heads of Lower and Upper School, watch a video presentation, and take a student led tour of the school.
There is also a casual time of refreshment, giving you time to ask questions and speak with the Director of Admission, Headmaster and Division Heads. This is a great opportunity to explore the fit between Chapin and your goals for your child’s education. Pre-register by clicking here. Questions? Contact Admissions at Inquiries@chapinschool.org.
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CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE: Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon
FEBRUARY 10 — 7:30pm
Classic Albums Live recreates the timeless LP rock albums ever recorded—note for note, cut for cut, exactly as you remember it. This is not a mere tribute performance or a cover band, and let’s face it, if you’re a Pink Floyd fan (and who isn’t) you’ve never stopped listening to Dark Side even more than 40 years later. This was the album that propelled the band from the esoteric to the mainstream, and it’s only the first set—the second half of the concert is a greatest hits set of additional Pink Floyd classics. Click here for more information.
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MASTERS OF ILLUSION—LIVE!
FEBRUARY 11 — 7:30pm
Prepare to have your mind bent! Based on the hit TV show, Masters of Illusion comes to the stage in all its spectacular glory. It’s all here— exotic animals, beautiful dancers, astounding escapologists, comedic tricks, quick change artists, amazing sleight-of-hand—everything you could possibly imagine, and a lot more you’d never dream possible! No camera tricks, no computer graphics—just amazing illusions live—in real time! Click here for more information.
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