Sports for a Cause

The Jewish Center of Princeton is holding “sMiles for Adam,” a virtual 100-mile challenge “from the homeland to home plate” in honor of the late Rabbi Adam Feldman, who died suddenly last year. Participants are invited to run, bike, swim, or walk in their own neighborhood and track their progress and that of their friends online.

The “virtual route” features stops important to Feldman’s life including Jerusalem, Israel; the Jewish Center, where he was rabbi for nearly 15 years; and Citizens Bank Park, home of his favorite baseball team, the Philadelphia Phillies.

Register online at tucan.fitness/smiles. Cost is $18, or $36 with a t-shirt. The challenge runs from Sunday, August 16, through Friday, September 18. All proceeds benefit the Rabbi Adam Feldman Memorial Fund.

Call for Art

West Windsor Arts Council seeks artisans for its 10th annual Off the Wall Holiday Market. Artisan handcrafted items are open to all mediums including apothecary, basketry, ceramics/pottery, fiber/textile, glass items, jewelry, leather goods, metal arts, non-perishable food products, paper crafts and journals, woodworking, and more. Artisan handcrafted items must be priced below $200. Artwork and sculpture are also accepted, priced between $50 and $400.

Participation is open to all artists, sculptors, and artisans. Work must be original and handcrafted by the artist. Artwork that hangs on the wall must be submitted under the artist category. Freestanding sculpture must be submitted under the sculpture category. Handcrafted items that would normally be displayed on a table-top must be submitted under the artisan vendor category. Individuals can submit work to more than one category.

Submissions are due by Monday, September 7. For more information visit www.westwindsorarts.org/exhibition/off-the-wall-holiday-market.

Call for Donors

The Mercer County Solidarity Network (MCSN) is a new mutual aid group designed to connect people in need throughout Mercer County with people who can help meet those needs. The group is looking for individuals, families, and businesses who would like to donate their time, resources, or goods/services with people who have been affected by the pandemic and who request support.

There is no minimum obligation — donors can specify whatever they feel they can provide and will be matched with individuals who have expressed a related need. To sign up as a donor, visit www.mercersolidarity.org or email MercerCountyPOL@gmail.com.

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