For Artists

Artsbridge seeks artists with a 100-mile radius of Lambertville. All works must be original and created within the past two years. Deadline for drop-off is Monday, June 1, 4 to 7 p.m. Visit for information.

Grounds for Sculpture offers the artistic technique of plaster casting on Saturdays, May 16 to June 27, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. $215. Call 609-5867-0616 to register.

Princeton Senior Resource Center and the Arts Council of Princeton seek works by adults over 55 years old. Art must be able to hang on the wall, not be offensive, and no larger than 24 by 24 inches or 10 pounds. Deadline is Friday, May 15. Call 609-924-7108 for information.

Free Museum Visits

Princeton Public Library offers a museum pass program featuring passes to area museums including the American Museum of Natural History, the American Folk Art Museum, The Garden State Discovery Museum, the Children’s Museum of Manhattan, the Frick Collection, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Guggenheim Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of the City of New York and the Stickley Museum. Use your Princeton Public Library card to reserve the pass.

Volunteers Needed

The West Windsor Environmental Commission, West Windsor Community Farmers’ Market, FOWWOS (Friends of West Windsor Open Space), the West Windsor Arts Council, and the West Windsor Bicycle & Pedestrian Alliance seek volunteers for the second annual GroWW (Greening of West Windsor) Environmental Education Fair on Saturday, October 3, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the West Windsor Community Farmers’ Market in the Vaughn Road Parking Lot. Interested student environmental groups and individual students should E-mail Sarah Yu at

Artworks seeks volunteers for Art All Night, Saturday to Sunday, June 20 to 21st, a 24-hour visual and performing art event featuring live music on two stages, unusual art demonstrations, art films featuring stop motion photography, claymation, and animation, lectures about using art to revitalize cities, meaningful kids art activities, and eclectic food. Visit or call 609-731-9040.

Motor Vehicle Commission focuses on National Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Month with a new, web-based organ donor portal. The MVC, in partnership with federally recognized organ and tissue donor groups, has joined the effort to promote the gift of life and ensure that the state’s more than 5.5 million licensed drivers are well informed about becoming a donor.

Visit or call the Gift of Life Donor Program at 800-366-6771.

Arts Enthusiast

West Windsor Arts Council seeks an art enthusiast to co-lead the activities at the West Windsor Community Farmers Market. This paid position is part time and candidates would need to be available on 11 Saturdays from May to October. Program coordinators will create, plan, execute, and be present for 11 programs to be implemented at the WW Community Farmers Market on behalf of the West Windsor Arts Council. The developed programs should be participatory and interactive events that appeal to families from the ages of 4 and older. They should be educational in orientation leveraging an artist or art form as a basis for a learning experience in a medium, technique, or artist. Visit

For Teens

Princeton Public Library seeks teen volunteers to help us with youth related activities including our summer reading clubs. Applications can be picked up at the Library’s welcome desk and at the third floor youth services desk. The application deadline is Friday, May 15.

South Brunswick Public Library seeks works for the Teen Art Contest from students in grades 6 to 12. Deadline is Monday, June 1. E-mail Saleena Davison by for applications and information.

Princeton Public Library is accepting submissions for a student film and video festival. Deadline is Monday, June 15. Visit for guidelines and application forms.


Garden State Baseball League offers high school and college unlimited Sunday wood bat league beginning June 7. Visit or call 732-382-4610 for information.

Bicycling Reward

Whole Earth Center offers rewards for people choosing to bike rather than drive to town. During the Random Acts of Community program, bicyclists will be rewarded randomly. Visit for information.

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