Pencil These In: October

Homecoming Football Game

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October 14, 7:00 p.m., Princeton High School Turf

Cost: none

Show some school spirit and come watch the annual homecoming game! Support the Princeton Little Tigers as they go up against West Windsor-Plainsboro South Pirates. Each grade will also be building and competing for the best float.



Homecoming Dance

October 15, 7:0010:00 p.m. Princeton High School

Cost: $10

As part of the homecoming weekend, come celebrate at the annual Homecoming dance! Bring your friends for a night full of good music and food to celebrate the start of a new school year. You will need to buy tickets beforehand, as they will not be sold at the door.


Bathing in Moonlight

September 9October 9, varying times at McCarter Theatre

Cost: $25$75, depending on where you sit

Attend a night of romance at McCarter Theatre during its production of Bathing in Moonlight, directed by Emily Mann and written by Nilo Cruz. The story follows a Cuban-American woman named Marcela as she finds love while also struggling to support her family.


Unruly Sounds of Music Festival

October 2, 12:30 p.m.7:00 p.m. Hinds Plaza

Stop by Princeton Public Library’s Hinds Plaza and listen to performances by local musicians. The Princeton University’s graduate music program will also be performing post-classical and contemporary music, featuring artists like Matt McBane, Damsel, and more.


Poets at the Library

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October 14, 7:30 p.m.9:00 p.m., Princeton Public Library

Immerse yourself in a night of poetry as multiple poets, including Judy Rowe Michaels, read some of their work. Michaels received the New Jersey Poets Prize, among many more recognitions. She is well known for several of her poetry books, including Risking Intensity: Reading and Reviewing the Skull: Poems. The reading will be followed by an open-mic session.


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