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August 5, 2016

Lambertville & New Hope First Fridays

The two vibrant river towns of New Hope & Lambertville are kicking off another summer season with First Friday events – featuring special promotions and events from dozens of galleries, boutiques, and restaurants on both sides of the Delaware River. From 5:00pm to 9:30pm on the first Friday of each month, over a dozen galleries from both Lambertville and New Hope will be participating in what the organizers hope will become one of the most robust cultural events in the country. You can also expect live music and special offers at area bars and restaurants.

Fireworks at 9:30pm – weather permitting.

Visit our Art Gallery at 10 Bridge Street from 9:30pm to 5:30pm


August 5, 2016

The Receptors

The Receptors are an accomplished band who play an innovative mix of American Hybrid Music-Rock, Rockabilly, Blues, Country and original songs. See them live at our Lambertville branch.

Performance begins at 6:00pm


August 6 - 14, 2016

Joint Effort Safe Streets Witherspoon - Jackson Community Celebration

"This Princeton community celebration of the Witherspoon - Jackson Community will share stories of Community, Faith, Hope and History. [We] will talk about and honor Paul Robeson, Black families and many other heroes and sheroes that made inroads in the Witherspoon - Jackson Community. There will be a walking tour, a Paul Robeson House Community Service clean-up, a yard sale, recognition for many of our citizens, elected officials and community leaders, an art exhibit, community discussions on the "1948 Princeton Plan" and education in Princeton schools as well as affordable housing, impact of historic designation and the 2016 elections. There will also be a community concert, a Salute to Black Seniors and Black Families  of Princeton, a workout and conditioning session, a Block Festival, a youth basketball clinic, music, entertainment and a series of all-day basketball games."  ~Joint Effort


August 15 - September 15, 2016

The Gallery at Lambertville presents Artist Linda Whitehouse Cane

Gallery Hours:
Monday - Thursday
9:30am - 4:30pm
Friday
9:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday
9:30am - 11:30pm


August 19, 2016

Living the Dream

Living the Dream has been in performing in the Philadelphia-New Jersey area for several years. They provide their audiences with an eclectic mix of Swing, Standards, Sinatra, 60's, 70's and contemporary tunes as well. They have developed a style all their own. In one evening you may hear "One for My Baby," "You've Lost that Lovin' Feelin'" or "Sweet Caroline" to name a few. See them live at our Lambertville branch.

Performance begins at 6:00pm


August 21, 2016

LifeTies - Cruise for a Cause

Sail aboard the River Queen! Enjoy the sights of the Manasquan River, Point Pleasant Canal, and Barnegat Bay with live music and a buffet brunch. Founded in 1982, it is the mission of LifeTies, Inc. to provide quality care and services to youth in crisis due to sexual orientation, gender, abuse, neglect, homelessness, and various health issues including HIV/AIDS, Lupus, and Diabetes. For additional information and to purchase tickets, please visit their website above.


August 21, 2016

Princeton Recreational Department - Splash-n-Dash Aquathon

This swimming and running competition is a fantastic opportunity for children to participate in an enjoyable, low-key life experience while engaging in beneficial exercise. The athletes will be on the road to a healthy and active lifestyle while meeting new friends and building self-confidence.

Location: Community Park South & CP Pool, Time: 8:00am

Participants: Youth, ages 7 thru 14, Fee: $26

For additional information, please contact Vikki Caines: vcaines@princetonnj.gov


August 26, 2016

The Back Porch Jugband

The Back Porch Jugband is a trio of musicians local to the Flemington, Lambertville, and Doylestown areas, specializing in the good-time sound of old-fashion country, blues, & folk music, played on a mix of traditional and home-made instruments. Following in the tradition of Jim Kweskin, the Even Dozen Jugband, John Sebastian and the Lovin’ Spoonful, and Dave Van Ronk, The Back Porch Jugband evokes the energetic and informal sounds of early Memphis and country blues played on guitar, Dobro, banjo, mandolin, washtub bass, bowed Psaltery ukulele, kazoo, jug and even a musical saw. The music is infectious, and audiences singing along is often part of the repertoire.

Performance begins 6:00pm at our Lambertville Branch


August 27, 2016

One Simple Wish - Back-to-School Bash

One Simple Wish is proud to be partnering with Fathers and Men United for a Better Trenton for the 10th Annual Community Day at Caldwalder Park. At this extraordinary event, organized and run by members of the community alongside One Simple Wish, children and families in need, including local foster children, will receive backpacks stuffed with school supplies; hotdogs, hamburgers and fresh salads; chances to win special prizes; and a fun, stress-free day in the park!


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