“After Hours”


The Choir of All Saints’ Church, Princeton, will present “After Hours”, consisting of secular music

via PATCH – The Choir of All Saints’ Church, Princeton, warmly invites you to join us for a special concert event on Sunday, 23 October, at 4:00 PM.

The programme is entitled “After Hours”, and will consist entirely of music that was NOT composed for use during a worship service! Included will be music written for choir, organ, piano, solo voice, and more, by a wide range of composers such as Claude Debussy, Samuel Barber, Duke Ellington and Eric Whitacre.

Several musical selections will be accompanied by a dance trio, led and choreographed by All Saints’ own Hillary Pearson! The programme offers something for every musical and artistic taste, set in the scenic and acoustical splendor of the newly-renovated sanctuary of All Saints’ Church.

Conceived as an outreach event as well as a musical one, a free will offering will be taken during the concert, which will be used exclusively to benefit HomeFront NJ, an organization which seeks to “end homelessness in Central New Jersey by harnessing the caring, resources, and expertise of the community”.


ArtJAM pop-up exhibition on Palmer Square in Princeton benefits HomeFront

via The TImes of Trenton

17168656-largePicture this: A pop-up ArtJam exhibition of 902 affordable works of art submitted by 91 artists. And all in a bright, cheerful and convenient venue right on Palmer Square in Princeton with curbside parking and two parking garages nearby. Not all the art is displayed at the same time, however. When works are sold, others are brought out and put in their places. Hence, it’s a show that is continually evolving. You can visit often and there will always be something new to see.

Could it get any better? The answer to that is a resounding yes because 50 percent of the price of any work purchased is tax deductible. It goes to support the programs at HomeFront, whose mission is to end homelessness in Central New Jersey.

“We weave untrained artists’ artwork in with the trained professionals,” said ArtSpace Director, Ruthann Traylor. “We celebrate creativity, the arts, and most importantly, we work to bring people together, break barriers, and have compassion for our neighbors in need.”


Where: 19 Hulfish St., Palmer Square, Princeton
When: Through March 15. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, noon-5 p.m. Sunday. Closing reception 6 to 9 p.m. March 13
Contact: 609-883-7500 or ruthannt@homefrontnj