What You Need to Know About Princeton’s Communiversity on April 28th
The tradition continues...Communiversity, Princeton's FREE Festival of the Arts is Sunday, April 28th from 1-6pm in Downtown Princeton. Rain or shine, although, I'm crossing my fingers that the sun will shine.
My friends at the Arts Council of Princeton are one of the presenters of this event which began way back in 1970. I remember going as a kid, and taking home a goldfish after winning a ping pong tossing game. Lol. Ahhh, the memories.
As always, there will tons of fun for your whole family. Visit Princeton says there will be over 200 artists, crafters, and merchants, five stages with lots of live entertainment, games for the kids, food from around the world, and many local community groups anxious to tell you how they make the community great.
Communiversity always draw a big crowd. There are usually about 35,000 attendees. Wow.
Here's what you need to know:
Who: Everyone's welcome. Go join the fun. It's free.
What: A celebration of the community and the arts, and all they can offer you.
Where: Nassau Street, Witherspoon Street (cool fact - that's where the PST studios used to be until the '90s?), in Palmer Square, and all over the PU campus.
When: Sunday, April 28th from 1-6pm.
Why - Because it's going to be so much fun.
For more info, parking and transportation details, click HERE.