Weekend Picks: Memorial Day Round Up

Screen Shot 2015-05-21 at 3.22.13 PMOur Weekend Picks: Memorial Day Edition!

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*Save the date! Hamilton Jewelers’ 18th annual Watch Fair is starts on Friday May 29th! At this two-day exclusive event, watch lovers & casual shoppers can browse hundreds of watches from the world’s top designers, trade in your old watch for credit towards your new piece, and enter to win one of seven ‘time of your life’ trips from the visiting watch makers. For more info, click here.  

Saturday, May 23
Princeton’s Memorial Day Parade starts at 10am on the corner of Princeton Ave. and Nassau Street, and marches to Boro Hall where a short ceremony will be held at 11am.

Princeton Battlefield Society brings the American Revolution to life at Princeton Battlefield Park this Memorial Day Weekend! Visit for a reenactment and presentations by experts, including Larry Kidder, author of ‘The American Revolution in New Jersey: Where the Battlefield Meets the Home Front.’ FREE, 11:30am-5pm. www.theprincetonbattlefieldsociety.com

The Hopewell Valley Veterans Association will lead a Memorial Day Ceremony at Alliger Park, located next to the township building, on Saturday at 11am. Bring a lawn chair and commemorate our heroes as doves are released, bricks are unveiled in the park, and more. https://www.facebook.com/HopewellTwpNJPolice?fref=ts

If New Jersey’s State Food isn’t the pork roll, we need to talk to somebody about that ASAP. If you’re a true fan of this grub, you’ll want to head to Trenton this weekend to check out the Pork Roll Festival! http://bestofnj.com/event/pork-roll-festival-2

More events below…

Fill the Grill at Whole Foods Market Princeton!

Sunday, May 24
Hopewell Fire Department presents the Hopewell Memorial Day Parade, which begins at 1pm on West Broad Street. The procession ends at Hopewell Elementary with a ceremony to be followed by refreshments. http://hopewellfire.com

Monday, May 25
Pennington announced the town’s Memorial Day events, including the Kids on Bikes Brigade at 10:15am – judging of decorated bikes, scooters, and wagons which will be judged before the parade begins. The parade starts at 11am down South Main Street to West Delaware and Green Street. The day concludes with a community concert on Howe Commons on South Main Street featuring the band ‘All for Bette’ at 5:30pm. http://www.penningtonboro.org/recreation_main.html

West Windsor’s Memorial Day Parade begins at 11am and travels along Clarksville Road to the Township Building. The parade concludes with a memorial service at the All Wars Memorial at the corner of North Post & Clarksville with refreshments. www.westwindsornj.org

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