The Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) will host "The Sixth Extinction: Humanity and the Loss of Nature," a conversation with journalist Elizabeth Kolbert, at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, in
McCosh Hall, Room 50. A public reception and book signing in the Prospect House Garden Room will follow.
St. Charles Borromeo Parish will host it's 9th Annual Heifer Living Gift Market on Wednesday, February 27th from 6-8pm at 47 Skillman Rd, Skillman. ALL ARE WELCOME!
The event is set up like a farmer's market and is designed to be fun and educational for the entire family. Come out and enjoy plenty of fun activities including music, games, refreshments, face painting and LIVE ANIMALS too! 100% of the money raised will be donated to Heifer International.
For more information, please contact Donna at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 609-466-0300 x23.
Contest running through February 28, 2019. Open to all Montgomery & Rocky Hill residents & students, ages 17 and under.
Montgomery Kid Connection will be hosting a Preschool open house and registration event for new families on Saturday February 23rd 9am-12pm.
Meet and greet some of the teachers, tour the building, gather information about the programs and have the opportunity to register your child for the upcoming school year.
Please call 908-359-2111 for more information and to register for the open house.
Sourland Conservancy presents the Combined Choir and Liturgical Dancers of Allen Chapel AME, Asbury Park and special guest violinist, Ms. Laticia Lewis.
Saturday, February 23rd from 11:00am - 2:00pm at the Hopewell Presbyterian Church, 80 W.Broad St, Hopewell.
Proceeds will benefit the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum.
Tickets: Adults - $35, children 8-12 - $20, 7 & under - free
Visit http://www.ssaamuseum.org for more information.
July 15-19 for ages 8-10 // July 22-26 for ages 11-13
9:00am - 3:00pm Daily - Rain (bring rain gear) or shine
$300/week per child
Register at www.ConserveWildlifeNJ.org or call (609) 984-0621
Open to boys & girls who reside in Montgomery, Rocky Hill, Hillsborough & Princeton.
The Count Basie Center for the Arts is accepting submissions for the first-ever Count Basie Center Teen + College Film Festival, with the mission to locate, showcase and recognize student filmmakers from 7th grade all the way through college.
The Count Basie Center Teen + College Film Fest is open to New Jersey students in 7th and 8th grade, high school, and college. Middle and high school students are required to reside in and attend schools in the state, while the college category is open to full-time students enrolled in New Jersey colleges, New Jersey high schools graduates attending college out-of-state but considering New Jersey as their primary, legal residence. Submission deadline is March 3, 2019.
Students can submit their films via Amazon’s Withoutabox platform at www.thebasie.org/filmfest. On Saturday, April 6, 2019, selected films will be screened and trophies awarded in several categories, with opportunities for schools to be recognized and for students age 16+ to vie for an internship experience with Sony Pictures Classics in Manhattan.
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