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Due to recent concerns over COVID-19 please assume all posted events and activities are cancelled until further notice. We will do our best to keep you updated. Stay Safe.
Your Child and Mine is a kids consignment sale that brings parents together and offers them a smart way to earn money for unwanted children’s items while offering new parents the opportunity to purchase needed items at a fraction of the cost. We offer infant to youth clothing, toys, books, equipment, furniture, DVD’s, strollers, and much more.
This specialized one-day training helps children, ages 10 and over, prepare for independence while their parents not at home. The course teaches the essentials, including how to contact parents/ guardians and a back-up person when arriving home, when and how to contact 911, online dangers and safeguarding against them, and the importance of knowing their online friends. Students should pack a lunch.
Children ages 3-6 and their adult caregivers are invited to join us for a 90-minute nature themed monthly program. This class meets one Saturday per month from 9:30-11:00am. Each month our “sprouts” will use their senses to connect to the natural world through nature stories, short hikes, songs and nature crafts. Younger siblings may join us, but please remember to register and dress appropriately. An adult must accompany their child, make sure everyone bundles up in the winter and early spring months.
Terhune Orchards Read and Explore Program is our winter education series, following the popular seasonal Read and Pick Program. Our program is about Getting Ready for Spring. We will get ready to wake up from winter and prepare to start gardening. As Saint Patrick’s Day is the traditional day to plant peas and spinach and get the garden ready! The program lasts about an hour and includes a story and educational segment. After story time, each child will plant seeds to take home. Registration is requested. 609-924-2310 or https://terhuneorchards.com/read-explore-sign-up/ to register. The fee is $10.00 per child.
Join the fun as we welcome the Easter Bunny with a parade, magic show, giveaways, and more! After the parade the Bunny will set up in his home in Macy's Court where he will stay through the Easter season. Families are encouraged to get their photo taken with the Easter Bunny after the event. 10:00 am Registration & giveaways; 10:30am Bunny Parade; 11:00am Magic Show.
Save the Date for our celebration of world water day. Join in the Water Olympics, become a River-Friendly Resident, explore life in the Brook with our microscopes, take the water taste challenge and much more.
The New Jersey State Museum is a proud participating site for New Jersey Makers Day! Meet the Makers! At 2 pm, learn about the history and craft of carving wooden duck decoys, like those on display in Fine Feathered Friends. Experts in decoys, Allen Linkchorst and Bill Ethington will delve into how makers in New Jersey’s coastal and river towns shaped the artistry and style of these hunting tools. Try the Tools! Maybe you’re curious about a Cricut cutting machine, mesmerized by mobiles, a sculptor or a genius with reimagining recycled materials. We’ll have projects to suit everyone’s inner Maker! Get Inspired! NJSM’s art and history galleries are full of creations by New Jersey makers! From a clock mechanism engineered by Peter Hill, the first African American clockmaker, to artist Wanda Gag’s languid kitten, you’ll find New Jersey makers making waves!
Join Alice on her trip through Wonderland as she wanders through a garden of magical flowers, a truly mad tea party, a mysterious grinning cat, and of course the Queen and King of Hearts and their court. Will Alice ever find her way out of Wonderland? Shows at 11am & 1pm.
Explore the Fun of Science Date: March 21, 2020 Time: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Free for all Kid’s Club Members Explore the fun of Science with Mad Science at iPlay America. Activities Include: - Make and take station – Super Bouncy Balls - IPA Promo Team making slime - Join us for a character appearance at Gametime Bar and Grill to meet and take photos with The Toy Doctor from Doc McStuffins from 12-2 PM. - ½ price kids meals with the purchase of an adult meal of $10 or more.
Celebrate the maker movement by learning new skills and being creative while making a difference to our planet. Workshops will include upcycling materials such as towels and t-shirts to create t-shirt totes and patchwork dog beds that can be used by local food banks and animal shelters. Participants can also learn about endangered species and make a piece of art that will be on display during the library’s annual Princeton Environmental Film Festival. 11 am – 2 pm, Make a Difference Stations in the Community Room. Join Pennington Quilt Works at sewing stations to create no-shred dog mats. Finished projects will be donated to a local shelter for homeless pets. Bring a gently loved t-shirt or two (or use some of ours) to create upcycled tote bags – one for you, and one to donate to a local food pantry. 2 pm – 3:30 pm, Eco-Art Project in the 3rd floor STEAM Studio.
Soar into space in the New Jersey State Museum's Planetarium! The Planetarium regularly premiers new and exciting shows for a variety of ages that feature state-of-the-art Full DomeVideo. Featured shows: 12:00pm - Stars; 1:00pm - The Little Star That Could; 2:00pm - Dinosaurs at Dusk; 3:00pm - Wildest Weather in the Solar System
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie is the live-action, feature film adaptation of the cult comic book and the popular animated television show. -After prolonged exposure to radiation, four teenage turtles - Michelangelo, Raphael, Leonardo, and Donatello - have mutated into ninjas and have begun living in the sewers of a large city. Under the guidance of a ninja master Splinter the Rat and television reporter April, the Turtles embark on a mission to run crime out of the city and battle the warlord Shredder. -The Turtles have been designed by Jim Henson Productions and effortlessly fit into the live-action surroundings.
Through highly engaging and activity packed sessions, participants will learn about various astronomy topics. Each session will also include information from the International Dark Sky Association about reasonable, cost effective strategies to help us all preserve darkness as an ecological resource. To bolster your “astro-literacy” sign up for each individual session to complete the series or select the ones of your choice. All classes are taught by Ranger Bob, well known at Duke Farms as a knowledgeable instructor who facilitates fun and enriching learning experiences for all.
Chicken Dance presented by ArtsPower. Shows at 2pm & 4pm
Title: Meg Donnelly Date: Saturday, March 21 2020 Location: Event Center VIP Doors: approx 6pm VIP Event: 6 -7pm GA Doors: 7 pm Event: 8-10pm End: 10pm Tickets: GENERAL ADMISSION: $18 DAY OF: $22 Standing room only. SKYDECK: $50 Elevated section that features an unobstructed center-stage view of the stage with food and beverage service.