Ghosts, Pumpkins, Museum Visits, and More!

Friday, October 12
Morven Museum and Garden in conjunction with the Historical Society of Princeton, Princeton Public Library, and Witherspoon Jackson Historical and Cultural Society brings the ‘Slave Dwelling Project’ to Princeton to “to educate, collaborate and organize resources to illuminate and often, save, important African American history related to slave ancestry” with walking tours, historical documents on view, live music being performed, and hands-on activities for kids. View the weekend activities lineup on their website at

Let’s do the Time Warp again! The Bucks County Playhouse revives the quintessential Halloween production, Rocky Horror Picture Show! Sing along to all of the musical numbers as the players bring the cult classic to life. 7:00 and 11:00pm.

Now THIS is the way to view the Phantom of the Opera: screened in the Princeton University Chapel, with the organ accompaniment! Lon Chaney on the big screen, organ echoing off the walls of the historic chapel… the makings of a memorable movie night! $10, 9pm.

Saturday, October 13
It’s getting spooky around here… Princeton Tour Company is kicking off its 2018 Ghost Tour Season this Saturday! Part creepy and part historical–get a who’s who of some of the most legendary occupants on a flashlight walk through the Princeton Cemetery–the tour guides tell true stories from the town, and teach guests how to use ghost hunting tools to ‘connect with the other side.’ Tours are three times each night, every Friday & Saturday this season starting with this Saturday:

The Princeton University Art Museum recently opened its latest exhibit, and invites you to bring the whole family to explore it! Family Day includes hands-on art activities inspired by ‘Nature’s Nation: American Art and Environment,’ and refreshments. FREE, 10:30am.

Rah, rah! Don your orange and black, put on some tiger-striped face paint and cheer on the Princeton Tigers Football Team at Powers Field (Princeton University Stadium) as they take on Brown University. $8, 1pm.

Bring the little ones to Princeton Shopping Center for the Arts Council of Princeton’s ‘Finding the Great Pumpkin,’ an afternoon of fall crafts and activities, live music, and fall fun for the whole family. FREE, 3pm.

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