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Event: Princeton Winter Market

It’s the first Princeton Winter Market of the year! Anytime from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., head on up to the Princeton Public Library on Witherspoon Street for a holiday cheer-filled take on Princeton’s beloved farmer’s market. There will be more than 15 vendors on site, including the student favorite Terhune Orchards and other enticing independent sellers including Nicola’s Pasta Fresca, check Nutty Novelties, Picklelicious, WildFlour Bakery/Cafe and many more. For more information, check out

Princeton Public Library

Thursday, 11 a.m.


Music: Princeton University Sinfonia Winter 2015 Concert

There’s nothing more old-timey festive than a proper orchestral sendoff to the holidays. Join Sinfonia tomorrow evening for a beautiful set conducted by Ruth Ochs GS. Pieces include “Hansel and Gretel Overture” by Humperdinck, “Jupiter” from The Planets by Holst, Symphony No. 2 in B Minor by Borodin and the world premiere of “Serenade Amoresque” by Elliot Chang ’16. In addition, there will be a special performance by the Sinfonia Flute Choir, directed by Jayn Rosenfeld.

Richardson Auditorium

Thursday, 7:30 p.m.


Music: Holiday Arch Sing

It’s the last Thursday of the year, which means it’s the last arch sing of the year. Join the Footnotes, the Nassoons, the TigerTones, the Tigerlilies, the Tigressions, the Wildcats, the Katzenjammers and Roaring 20 for some holiday cheer. Whether it’s on your way out for one last night of 2015 debauchery or a cozy way to unwind, don’t miss out on these beautiful voices celebrating the most wonderful time of the year. (Besides, it’s pretty much guaranteed that this will be the warmest weather for a holiday arch sing of all time, so enjoy it while you can!)

1879 Arch

Thursday, 10 p.m.


Event: AdThis presents “Brand Yourself: Wear Your Identity on Your Sleeve”

AdThis is known for its myriad professional advancing events, but even they have to wind down for the end of the year. Come chill with AdThis tomorrow evening at the Frist TV Lounge, where it will host a sweatshirt-making party with colors and patches. Take it as a more customized and permanent way to “brand yourself” than temporary tattoos, but just as fun. Everything is completely free — sweatshirts, decorations and pizzas are all on AdThis. Pizza, I say!

Frist TV Lounge

Thursday, 10:30 p.m.

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