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Go Inside This Week’s Issue of U.S. 1: September 11, 2019

September 11, 2019 -

The following stories were originally published in the September 11, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.

Fall Arts: A New Season Begins

The Fall Arts Preview looks ahead to upcoming theater, music, and dance performances; art exhibits; and film festivals.

Terhune Orchards: Celebrate Apple Days Harvest Festival on September 14 and 15

We’re kicking off seven weeks of Apple Days Harvest Festivals on September 14, and we invite you to join us!

Hopewell Tour des Arts: 12th Annual Tour Brings Diverse Artists and Art Lovers to Hopewell

Over the last decade, the Tour des Arts has become a leading cultural attraction in and for Hopewell Township and the entire region.

New Hope Arts & Crafts Festival: The Best of the Arts

With 180 artisans from around the country, the New Hope Arts & Crafts Festival committee, award-winning artists, volunteers, and townspeople enthusiastically prepare for their largest arts & crafts festival yet on Saturday, September 28, and Sunday, September 29, 2019!

Mercer County Italian American Festival: Celebrating Its 20th Year

The Mercer County Italian American Festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary September 27, 28, and 29 and is pulling out all the stops with a full lineup of entertainment, food and attractions.

Westminster Conservatory: Your Community Music School

Music study at Westminster Conservatory presents a unique opportunity for students of all ages and stages of ability to achieve musical and personal growth.

JW Actors Studio: SKIT Program Enters Its Third Year

Entering its second year, SKIT, Special Kind of Improvisational Theater, has already transformed the lives of many people.

Palmer Square: Music Fest Princeton 2019 Plays Homage to Jersey’s Finest

Two stages, six bands, and music lovers from the tri-state area will take over the Square on Sunday, September 15 for the second annual Music Fest Princeton.

Princeton Pro Musica: Choral Works from the 17th Century to Now

Princeton Pro Musica will enter its 41st season on Sunday, November 3, at 4 p.m. The concerts this year will feature performances of a wide variety of choral works: Mozart, Handel, Brandau, Whitbourn and Durufle, from the 17th century to the present.