Our Weekend Picks: Homecoming & Halloween Fun!


Friday October 21
It’s Homecoming weekend at Princeton University, so get out your orange and black and join in. (In fact, don head-to-toe orange for the #OrangeOut.) Scroll down for the sports lineup from Princeton–including the Homecoming football game against Harvard–or start the weekend of festivities with the annual choral face-off in Richardson Auditorium. Princeton’s Glee Club will bring their best against Harvard’s, with choral classics, college songs, skits and more. $15, 7:30pm. www.princetongleeclub.com

Get into the Halloween Spirit! This weekend, take the little scoops for some kid-friendly Halloween fun in the area, or scare yourself silly on a haunted hayride. You’ll find ideas for all sorts of seasonal fun from some of our favorite fall spots in the area: http://www.princetonscoop.com/the-scary-scoop-local-halloween-fun.html

Ditch the glasses! Wanna give up your glasses or contacts? The name you need to know is Princeton area LASIK doc, Dr. Barry Wasserman. Visit for a Free consultation to learn all about the simple, pain-free, office procedure. Click here to meet Barry, as his patients call him, and find out more about LASIK.

Saturday October 22
Let’s do the Time Warp again! The Bucks County Playhouse revives the quintessential Halloween production, Rocky Horror! Sing along to all of the musical numbers as the players bring the classic to life. Tickets start at $35. 7:30 and 11:30pm. www.bcptheater.org

Sunday October 23
Raconteur Radio is bringing “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” to Princeton Public Library’s Community Room. With theatrical lighting, period costumes, and, of course, Golden Age radio equipment support the production, which is performed complete with sound effects and even vintage commercials! FREE, 2pm. https://princetonlibrary.org/event/raconteur-radio-strange-case-dr-jekyll-mr-hyde/

The planetarium is celebrating the spooky season with a special Halloween Laser Light Show. Never been to the NJ State Museum’s planetarium before? It’s practically an NJ right of passage! 2pm. www.statemuseum.nj.gov

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