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Whoo – whoo wants to learn about owls? Howell Living History Farm presents ‘An Evening of Owls,’ an interactive presentation with live owls. Bring the family to learn about the birds who roam our skies at night. $3 suggested donation, 7:30pm. www.howellfarm.org

The Tigers face off against Harvard this weekend at Jadwin Gym. Likely starter Spencer Weisz was named 2014 Ivy League Rookie of the Year, and is known for putting up double figure points. Let’s see what Spencer & the team can do when the Tigers tip off against Harvard at 730pm. $12. www.goprincetontigers.com

Learn Something Delicious at Whole Foods Market!
Learn a new way to cook your fish! Bring your sweetie and learn how to prepare a Valentine’s Day dinner for two (oysters on a half shell, a artisan cheese plate, chocolate three ways…) or bring your kids ages 4 and up to Go Bananas in the kitchen with bananas.
There’s always something delicious to learn at Whole Foods Market! Learn more or sign up for classes here.

Saturday, January 31
You don’t need Bill Murray to help you find a groundhog this Groundhog Day weekend, just follow along with the naturalists at the Stony Brook Millstone Watershed! The Groundhog Day Celebration includes visits to several burrows of the furry weather forecasters. Register in advance, $7. www.thewatershed.org

Get your neighborhood Elsas in the car and head to Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theater for a Frozen Sing-A-Long. In addition to a screening of the movie (including lyrics on the screen… but who even needs those, at this point?!) there will be a costume contest with goodie bags. $14-18, 10am. www.kelseytheatre.net

Sunday, February 1
It’s Super Bowl Sunday! Before you break out the nachos and settle in on the couch for the big game, don’t miss the Super Bowl Sunday Flea Market at the Princeton YWCA. Rummage for a good cause! The $2 admission benefits the YWCA’s programming. 10am-2pm. www.ywcaprinceton.org

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