Nassau Street Sampler (Sept. 12) at the Princeton University Art Museum. The Princeton University Art Museum welcomes back students each fall with the Nassau Street Sampler. The event features local food vendors, including Jammin’ Crepes, Small World Coffee, and food from the Whole Earth Center, as well as student performances. The Nassau Street Sampler provides a snapshot of what the Princeton community has to offer.
Triangle Frosh Week Show: ’23 and Me (Sept. 13) at McCarter Theatre. At the end of every frosh week, the Triangle Club performs two free shows at McCarter Theatre on Friday night. The show promises singing, dancing, and a couple of jokes at the expense of other Ivy League universities. Following the performance, there will be a reception onstage and a chance for the audience to meet Triangle Club members.
Dance, Princeton, Dance: Welcoming Week Salsa Night (Sept. 13) at 102 Witherspoon St. The Arts Council of Princeton welcomes students to campus with a fun night of dancing. This Friday, the Solley Theater hosts a salsa dance party for all to enjoy. There is a suggested five-dollar donation, which will support the Princeton community.
Art@Bainbridge Block Party (Sept. 14) at 158 Nassau St. The Bainbridge House on Nassau Street has been transformed into an art gallery featuring contemporary works. For its inaugural year, Art@Bainbridge offers installations centered around the theme of shelter. The official opening of Art@Bainbridge will be this Saturday, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at noon. The event will include live music, tours, and other activities.
Lawnparties Performance (Sept. 15) at the Quadrangle Club. One of the hallmark traditions of Princeton, Lawnparties will be held this Sunday. While festivities start early in the morning, doors to the main event open at 2:30 p.m. This year’s headliners are Rich Homie Quan, Cupcakke, and 3OH!3. Whether you are going to check out the food trucks or to take photos in the Woody Woo fountain, Lawnparties has something for everyone to enjoy.