Pencil These In: March


February 26 7 p.m. at the PAC


PHS World Cultures Festival

March 4, 5 p.m.–9:30 p.m. Cafeteria/New Gym


Maple Sugaring Brunch and Hike

March 5, 9:30 a.m.–1 p.m. Pennington Watershed Center

Cost: $8–20


Learn all about how maple syrup is made while exploring the great outdoors by following the syruping process from tree to table. Participants will visit the reserve’s maple trees and learn about sugaring before finishing the trip off with a pancake brunch served with locally made maple syrup. Enjoy a day outdoors with friends or family accompanied by a sweet treat!        


International Women’s Day

March 8


101 Talent Show

March 11, 7 p.m.–10 p.m. Performing Arts Center

At this annual talent show, PHS students will have a chance to show off their abilities and see a range of performances. Acts include singing, dancing, and more! All proceeds from the show will go towards the PHS 101 college tuition fund for seniors, so stop by to support your fellow students and experience a unique show.


Pi Day Princeton

March 12–14, Palmer Square and other locations

Costs vary


Come into town for Princeton’s annual Pi Day celebrations to experience all things pi(e)! Whether engaging in pie-eating at McCaffrey’s, pie throwing in Palmer square, or the contest for the best pie in town, everyone will be able to choose from a wide range of activities. Find events for all ages, including a workshop for younger children at Labyrinth Books, recitations of pi, and even a cocktail-mixing activity for those interested and of age. Stop by and experience the many activities with the whole family.    


St. Patrick’s Day

March 17


Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap

March 8-27, Times vary, McCarter Theater

Cost varies


Visit McCarter theater on a Friday night to see this classic Agatha Christie mystery. From your seat you will be able to follow the twists and turns of this well-known author as she weaves a tale of murder in the wintertime. Surprises await! 


Spring Break

March 25–April 1

(Source: PHS website)

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