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Events in June:

June 3, 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


June 3, 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


June 4, 2016

New Hope Historical Society Garden Tour

​The goal of the New Hope Historical Society Garden Tour is to introduce the public to the magnificent “hidden” gardens that abound in the New Hope area. As many as one thousand garden enthusiasts have attended the Garden Tour. While most patrons are from the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York City areas, the Historical Society has welcomed visitors from Connecticut, down through Washington, D.C.


June 4, 2016

Historical Society of Princeton

The Fifth Annual "A Concert Under the Stars" features al fresco dining, followed by music by The Samples .


June 10, 2016

Minus K

Lambertville based alternative-rock band Minus K will perform an acoustic & electronic blend of original songs accompanied by popular rock covers live at 10 Bridge Street! 

Performance begins 6:00pm .


June 15 - July 15, 2016

The Gallery at Lambertville presents Artist Andre Veloux

"All of Andre Veloux's work is made with commercially available Lego bricks. Lego, in all its various forms, is at the same time limiting as well as limitless in its possibilities. The color palette is limited yet consistent, and the basic “pixel” size is also fixed. Yet at the same time, it is a hard, durable, tactile and lightweight material; it can be reused, replaced and altered at will, and provides a myriad of different possibilities due to the different available shaped bricks, tiles and plates, with the exciting opportunity to create the 3-dimensional and textural aspects of the art." 

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

June 17, 2016

Rocky and His Friends

Rocky & His Friends are a four piece Central Jersey band covering an eclectic mix of acoustic and electric rock and blues. See them live at our Lambertville branch.

Performance begins at 6:00pm


June 21, 2016

YWCA Princeton Annual ETS Firecracker 5K Run/Walk

The YWCA Princeton, in partnership with Educational Testing Service, is pleased to announce the 12th Annual ETS Firecracker 5K Run/Walk. All proceeds go to the children and families served by the YWCA Princeton’s Bilingual Nursery School. Our most recent Pre-K graduates represented 10 various countries speaking six different languages!


June 23, 2016

Princeton University Summer Chamber Concerts presents the Aizuri Quartet

Praised by the Philadelphia Inquirer as being “in full possession of that most elusive of string quartet qualities: the balance between charisma of the individual and cohesion of the collective,” the Aizuri Quartet is a top prizewinner in the 2015 Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition in London. Through its engaging and thought-provoking programs, the Aizuri Quartet has garnered critical acclaim for its explosive combination of depth, refinement and vigor. 

For additional information and to order free tickets please visit Princeton University Summer Chamber Concerts .


June 24, 2016

Receptors

The Receptors are an accomplished band who play a 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


June 25, 2016

YMCA Camp Mason - Racin' 4 Mason

This ride attracts cyclists who believe in a great cause: Raising money for “CAMPERSHIPS” to send underprivileged kids to summer camp at the venerable Camp Mason, one of the longest running YMCA Camps in the United States.


June 28, 2016

Princeton University Summer Chamber Concerts presents the Prima Trio

Prima Trio was founded in 2004 while its members were studying at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio. The Trio triumphed at the 2007 Fischoff Chamber Music Competition, winning the coveted Grand Prize (out of no fewer than 137 entries from across the country and around the world) as well as the Gold Medal in the Senior Division. In addition, the Prima Trio was awarded a Midwest Winner’s Tour and a European début at Italy’s Emilia Romagna Festival. The final round and grand-prize winner’s concert were held at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center on the campus of the University of Notre Dame in Indiana.

For additional information and to order free tickets please visit Princeton University Summer Chamber Concerts .


June 30, 2016

Montgomery Township Fireworks Spectacular

This event is funded by contributions from individuals, corporations, and small businesses, plus fees from our vendors, making this a true community event. Rain date is Thursday, July 7, 2016


July 1, 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


July 1, 2016

SPLASH Steamboat Fireworks Cruise

Enjoy unparalleled views of the New Hope-Lambertville fireworks this summer from the upper, lower, and bow decks of the SPLASH Steamboat. Pack up a picnic basket with snacks and beverages and get ready to have a truly unique experience on the Delaware.


July 1, 2016

Rocky and His Friends

Rocky & His Friends are a four piece Central Jersey band covering an eclectic mix of acoustic and electric rock and blues. See them live at our Lambertville branch.

Performance begins at 6:00pm


July 4, 2016

Independence Day

The Bank of Princeton and MoreBank will be closed on Monday, July 4, 2016 in observance of Independence Day. Please visit us when we reopen on Tuesday, July 5, 2016 at 9:00am. For your convenience our ATMs and online banking are available 24/7.


July 8, 2016

Hopewell Valley Veterans Association - Evening Under the Stars at Alliger Park  

The 63rd US Army Band will perform a variety of music for the community prior to an excellent firework display. Bring your family and your lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy a fantastic fireworks display under the stars. Classic car show opens at 5:30pm and food vendors will be on site. 


July 8, 2016

T-Mac & Phil

See them live at our Lambertville branch.

Performance begins at 6:00pm


July 9, 2016

Mark Twain Steamboat Cruise  

Mark Twain, a.k.a. Storyteller Charles Kiernan, will regale the masses with witty tales and lively anecdotes aboard the Steamboat SPLASH. Twain is wont to ramble on about his boyhood memories, the newspaper publishing business, life on the Mississippi and frogs. Mostly, though, he likes to talk about the river. 


July 15 - August 15, 2016

The Gallery at Lambertville presents Artist Marcel Oliveros  

"Photography is most powerful when it captures you and your experiences intertwined with your environment. Every photo is an opportunity to create and capture your special moment in time." ~Oliveros 

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


July 18, 2016

Princeton University Summer Chamber Concerts presents the Enso String Quartet  

Founded at Yale University in 1999, the Enso String Quartet has, in a decade and a half, risen to the front rank of string ensembles. Described by Strad magazine as “thrilling,” and praised by the Washington Post for its “glorious sonorities,” the Enso has won numerous awards, including top prizes at the Concert Artists Guild competition and the Banff International String Quartet Competition. In the words of Classical Voice, it is “one of the eminent string quartets of our era.” Apart from a busy touring and teaching schedule, the New York-based quartet has made a number of critically acclaimed recordings for the Naxos label. In appraising the Enso’s Grammy-nominated album of works by Alberto Ginastera, the reviewer for MusicWeb International declared, “The performances here by the Enso Quartet from America are quite staggeringly brilliant. I don’t think I have been so thrilled by the sound of a string quartet in a long time.... If I could give this disc a standing ovation of one...I would!” 

For additional information and to order free tickets please visit Princeton University Summer Chamber Concerts .


July 18, 2016

Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce - Mid-Summer Marketing Showcase  

Look for our Brilliant Orange tent on The Green at Palmer Square. "Endless Summer, Endless Opportunity", presented by The Bank of Princeton is free & open to the public. Meet local businesses, sample delicious food and listen to great music from 4:00pm to 7:00pm. For sponsorship & participation opportunities, please visit the Chamber's website above. 


July 22, 2016

Eastern Hellbenders  

Formed in 2010, the Eastern Hellbenders are a group of seasoned musicians who came together due to their mutual love of alternative and classic rock music. Most of the members, still in other local bands, initially conceived the Eastern Hellbenders as a side project. Before they knew it, the band took on a life of its own and they now play out regularly in the Pennsylvania and New Jersey bar/restaurant/festival scene. Influenced by the current popularity of acoustic/folk/alternative bands that are dominating the radio airwaves today; as well as classic rock hits of the past, Eastern Hellbenders strive to play music in its purest, acoustic form. See them live at our Lambertville branch.

Performance begins at 6:00pm


July 22 - 31, 2016

New Hope Film Festival

The festival's core mission is to discover and nurture independent filmmakers, many of whom are seeking world and U.S. debuts and remain overlooked and/or underappreciated by other forums. This highly prestigious, IMDb qualifying festival is especially renowned for the quality of its lineup. Hollywood screenwriter Mark Rosenthal, a strong supporter of New Hope, serves as an ongoing festival adviser. In an often frenzied and outrageous era, this festival is a refuge, a place where you can pause and go deeper. Here, it's about art. Allow yourself to slow down and savor it.


July 27, 2016

Princeton University Summer Chamber Concerts presents Calmus

A perfect blend of sound, precision, lightness and wit. These are the hallmarks of Calmus, now one of the most successful vocal groups in Germany. The ensemble has forged a refined sound which few groups achieve. The wide range of sound colors, the joy in performing that musicians convey on the concert platform, and their varied and imaginative programs are praised by the press time and time again. These five Leipzig musicians have won a whole string of international prizes and competitions, including the ECHO Klassik and Supersonic Award, and the reach of their activities is constantly expanding, taking them throughout Europe as well as to North and South America. In 2010 the quintet made its debut at Carnegie Hall, New York.

For additional information and to order free tickets please visit Princeton University Summer Chamber Concerts .


July 29, 2016

SiriOm Singh

Falling in love with the practice of kundalini yoga and meditation, SiriOm rediscovered his spirituality, and as he immersed himself in the yogic life style he found himself returning to his musical roots. Chanting mantras as part of his yoga practice quickly evolved into composing his own music, drawing on the various musical influences in his background. See him live at our Lambertville branch.

Performance begins at 6:00pm