January 12th-- The Princeton Farmers Winter Market from 11am to 5pm inside the Community room. We combine our farmers and crafters and artists for a colorful winter's day!
January 19th-The first in the Princeton Farmers Market Evening Series presents a showing of "The Big Uneasy" at 7:00pm. This award winning film was created by Harry Shearer--the renowned bass player of "Spinal Tap" and the voices of Mr. Burns and others on "The Simpsons". Being a resident of New Orleans he became passionate about finding the true cause of the Katrina flooding. Through his investigation he came to the conclusion that taxpayers in more than 100 American sites are are being affected by the shortsighted and environmentally damaging Army Corps of Engineer's projects. Following the film will be a discussion led by Judith Robinson and Tracy Carluccio, the Deputy Director of the Delaware Riverkeeper, on the proposed Corps' proposal to dredge our Delaware River and what the consequences would be.
February 9th-- The Princeton Farmers Market Winter Market inside the Community room from 11am to 5pm. Come and enjoy our farmers, crafters, and artists offerings!
February 16th-- The second Princeton Farmers Market Evening Series is "Talk With Your Farmers" at 7:00pm. We bring together three young women and one young man who have been interns on our local farms to share their experiences of work and learning. How they chose the farms, what their lives were like over the season, and what they intend to do in the future. This is a wonderful opportunity to both support and encourage these young farmers to continue and to ask them all those questions brewing in your minds! The discussion will be led by Judith Robinson, the Market Manager.
March 8th-- The Princeton Farmers Winter Market continues inside the Library’s Community room bringing warmth and good food in the middle of winter from 11am to 5pm.
March 15th-- Another in the series of “Talk With Your Farmers” will be at 7:00pm in the Community Room. What is involved in raising pasture fed poultry and eggs and beef and pork?
What are the benefits to the public in both diet and sustainability? Two New Jersey farmers will share their experiences and knowledge. The discussion will be led by Judith Robinson who had a
flock of pasture fed chickens of her own.
April 12th--The Princeton Farmers Winter Market has its final monthly market inside the Library’s Community Room from 11am to 5pm. May will bring the market back on its weekly schedule outdoors.
April 19th-- The Princeton Farmers Market will present a workshop led by Judith Robinson in
“Starting Your Own Organic Garden”.