Forget the 12 days of Christmas. The Princeton region is poised for an entire month of holiday events and festivities — ranging from the very familiar to the brand new and a combination of the two.
Dan Aubrey previews the highlights of the season.
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Lift Up Your Voices: Mary Pat Robertson reports on the Princeton Society of Musical Amateurs, an 82-year-old Princeton tradition where singers and musicians come together for the love of making music. The meet and sing on Sundays at the Unitarian Universalist Church on Cherry Hill Road.
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A new exhibit in the Bernstein Gallery at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School focuses on 'The Politics of Water' and 22 artists' meditations on that theme. The exhibit is on view through December 9.
Morven Museum & Garden displays more than 40 inspiring images of the Boss in "Bruce Springsteen: A Photographic Journey" from Friday, November 18, through Sunday, May 14, 2017. The photograph above is by Eric Meola.
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Ask about our Holiday Best Bets section, running November 23 to December 21, and our Helping Hands issue, December 21.