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Film Screenings, Acme Screening Room

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Friday December 15, 2017
6:30 PM

Deconstructing the Beatles: White Album, ACME Screening Room, 25 South Union Street, Lambertville, 609-397-0275
6:30 p.m., Composer/producer Scott Freiman takes Beatles fans into the studio with the band as they create the White Album. Skype discussion with Freiman follows screening. $15., www.acmescreeningroom.org

Two Trains Runnin', ACME Screening Room, 25 South Union Street, Lambertville, 609-397-0275
8:40 p.m., Documentary about the college students in 1964 who traveled to Mississippi and started what would be known as Freedom Summer. $8., www.acmescreeningroom.org

The Liar Show, Lambertville Hall

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Friday December 15, 2017
7:00 PM

The Liar Show, Lambertville Hall, 57 Bridge Street, Lambertville
7 p.m., Four performers tell short personal stories, but listen carefully, because one of these people is making it all up. Interrogate the cast and expose the Liar to win a prize. $35., www.buckscountyplayhouse.org

The Nutcracker, Kelsey Theater, Mercer Community College

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Friday December 15, 2017
7:00 PM

The Nutcracker, Kelsey Theater, Mercer Community College, 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor, 609-570-3333
7 p.m., The New Jersey Youth Ballet performs an abridged, fully narrated version of the classic ballet. $16., www.kelseytheatre.net

Annie, Paper Mill Playhouse

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Friday December 15, 2017
7:00 PM

Annie, Paper Mill Playhouse, 22 Brookside Drive, Millburn, 973-376-4343
7p.m. $34 and up., www.papermill.org

Nov 22 - Dec 31

The irrepressible comic strip heroine takes center stage in one of the world’s best-loved musicals just in time for the winter holidays! Annie is a worldwide phenomenon and winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The score features some of the greatest musical theater hits ever written, from the unforgettable “It’s the Hard-Knock Life” and “Easy Street” to the anthem of optimism, “Tomorrow.” Little orphan Annie charms everyone’s hearts in her escape from an orphanage to the wondrous world of 1930s New York City. Along the way, she even befriends President Roosevelt and finds a home and family in the billionaire Oliver Warbucks for herself and a lovable mutt named Sandy. Annie is the perfect musical for the entire family!

Listen Local Coffee House, Princeton Public Library

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Friday December 15, 2017
7:00 PM

Listen Local Coffee House, Princeton Public Library, 65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, 609-924-9529
7 p.m., Garry Pearsall and his band So It Goes -- featuring Drew Turock, John Mazzeo, and Eric Heller -- perform., www.princetonlibrary.org

Nutcracker, American Repertory Ballet

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Friday December 15, 2017
7:30 PM

Nutcracker, American Repertory Ballet, State Theater, 15 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick
7:30 p.m. ., $35 to $75., www.arballet.org

American Repertory Ballet brings the beloved classic Nutcracker to the stage with Tchaikovsky’s magnificent score, thrilling choreography and a cast of more than 100. A holiday tradition for more than 50 years (1964), American Repertory Ballet’s Nutcracker is one of the longest, continuously running Nutcracker productions in the nation. Directed by Artistic Director Douglas Martin, ARB’s professional company will be joined by select students from Princeton Ballet School to tell the story of a young girl named Clara and how a mysterious gift from her Uncle Drosselmeyer brings about enchanted dreams and fantastical scenes. American Repertory Ballet’s Nutcracker is a perfect holiday treat for your entire family!

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A Christmas Carol, Playhouse 22

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Friday December 15, 2017
8:00 PM

A Christmas Carol, Playhouse 22, 721 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick, 732-254-3939
8 p.m., Charles Dickens' holiday classic. Through Decmber 17. $22., www.playhouse22.org

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Somerset Valley Players

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Friday December 15, 2017
8:00 PM

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Somerset Valley Players, 689 Amwell Road, Hillsborough, 908-369-7469
8 p.m., The Herdman hijack the church Christmas pageant and begin to perform it in their own rough and tumble style. $20., www.svptheatre.org

Johnny Mac, Catch a Rising Star

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Friday December 15, 2017
8:00 PM

Johnny Mac, Catch a Rising Star, Hyatt Regency, 102 Carnegie Center, West Windsor, 609-987-8018
8p.m., www.catcharisingstar.com

From the movie “Recount” with Kevin Spacey and Dennis Leary, and the host of “Jacksonville Latenight,” comedian Johnny Mac is sure to have you laughing from start to finish! From Adopting A highway to the trouble with getting older, his high energy style is a guaranteed good time! Johnny is a regular on the comedy circuit and has opened for many comedy stars including as Brian Regan, Lilly Tomlin, and Kathleen Madigan.

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Concert, The Princeton Folk Music Society

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Friday December 15, 2017
8:15 PM

 

60 Ways (and one to grow on) to Get Kids and Adults Hooked On the Outdoors!

01/27/2010

Authors: Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed

In honor of the 60th Birthday of the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed, here are 60 ways (and one to grow on) to get kids and adults hooked on the outdoors.

  1. Walk in the rain and jump in puddles
  2. Make mud pies
  3. Jump in a pile of leaves
  4. Look for shapes in clouds
  5. Open your windows and breathe the fresh air
  6. Go barefoot in the park… or your yard
  7. Watch fireflies (Register your family for our Firefly Parade in the summer)
  8. Get down on your belly and explore a mini-landscape
  9. Crack open nuts to see what is inside
  10. Go fishing
  11. Have a picnic
  12. Eat weeds (Register for the Wild Edible Walk on April 17)
  13. Play old-fashioned games like tag, Red Rover and Hide and Seek
  14. Go swimming
  15. Fly a kite
  16. Wake up early and watch the sun rise
  17. Go camping
  18. Put on a show in your backyard and invite the neighbors
  19. Nap in a hammock
  20. Make a paper boat and sail it down the Stony Brook
  21. Go on a scavenger hunt and pick up litter
  22. Take a sensory walk
  23. Plant a garden – vegetable, flower or butterfly!
  24. Go orienteering, letterboxing or geocaching (Check out our Winter Exploration Geocache event on Feb. 6)
  25. Cook outside over a fire
  26. Ride your bike
  27. Try archery
  28. Play in the dirt (Summer Camp begins July 5 – make sure you sign up!)
  29. Write on the sidewalk with chalk
  30. Make a whistle from a blade of grass
  31. Wade in a running stream
  32. Build a fort or treehouse in your backyard
  33. Go birdwatching (Boy Scouts – register for our Bird Study merit badge workshop on March 27)
  34. Take a night hike (Register for Explore the Night lecture and hike in May)
  35. Stargaze
  36. Attend an outdoor festival (Butterfly Day 2010 is August 14)
  37. Start a collection of things you find outside
  38. Use people-power to get to school, store or work - WALK
  39. Climb a tree
  40. Skip stones
  41. Chase and catch butterflies (Kate Gorrie Butterfly House opens on June 12)
  42. Make a bird feeder or birdhouse (Register your family for Build a Birdhouse on March 27)
  43. Run through a sprinkler
  44. Watch ants
  45. Paint or draw outside
  46. Hug a tree (and register for our Maple Sugar Brunch/Hike on Feb. 27)
  47. Learn how to tie different knots
  48. Look for spider webs
  49. Play catch
  50. Walk your dog
  51. Look for geometric shapes in nature
  52. Count the different kinds of trees in your yard
  53. Listen to sounds and find out what makes them (Register for the Frog Slog on April 23 and learn the sounds of amphibians)
  54. Go canoeing or kayaking
  55. Look under rocks
  56. Dig in the dirt for worms
  57. Keep a naturalist journal
  58. Build a snowman
  59. Watch water ripples in ponds
  60. Roll down a hill
  61. Sing like a bird

 

Valid from 01/27/2010 to 01/27/2012


The Princeton Folk Music Society presents folk singer-songwriter Michael Peter Smith. Christ Congregation Church, 50 Walnut Lane, Princeton, NJ. Admission at the door:  $20 ($15 members, $10 students under 22, $5 children). Doors open at 7:30 PM. Show starts at 8:15 PM. Ample free parking. For more information:  609-799-0944, info@princetonfolk.org www.princetonfolk.org.

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