From spring cleaning to disaster response, community groups seek volunteers.
In “Creation Myths” New York-based artist Hugh Hayden reimagines the domestic spaces of Bainbridge House through finely executed surrealistic sculptures.
Passage Theater, Trenton’s only nonprofit professional theater, held its annual fundraising gala on Saturday, February 29, at the Trenton Country Club.
Princeton-based Ragged Sky Press had already announced the publication of “Base Camp,” a new book of poetry by a regional writer who served in the Afghanistan war.
Join the American Legion, get your passport, and help the hungry.
But if you miss the avian sights and sounds of spring, take a trip to the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton where the exhibit “Fine Feathered Friends: Birds as Mainstay and Muse” will surely soothe your birdie yearnings.
George Dabrowski plays the piano at Ellarslie most Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m.
Passage Theater Company hosts its annual benefit on Saturday, February 29, at the Trenton Country Club.
Multiple organizations offer chances for artists to make, display, and fund their creative endeavors.
Trenton native Phil McAuliffe will be playing bass and singing backup vocals with David Brahinsky and the Roosevelt String Band on Sunday, February 23, at Morven in Princeton.