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Weekend Artoscope – Predictions and Picks for Oct. 26-28

A cresting wave sets the stage for peace and healing as we follow a waning moon into the first Decan of Scorpio. October is a transition month, when we honor the passing of seasons and acknowledge the thin veneer between our earthbound being and the celestial realms. Heading into this final stretch, it is time to return the bone saws to the basement, reflect on our bountiful harvest, and be grateful for the fleeting glimpses of transparency that  validate our intuition and broaden our knowledge. When the masks are removed, we can begin the real work of seeing our true beauty and loving ourselves back to health.

Fri. Oct. 26

An Evening with Jerry Blavat –  Join us in a night of dance and fun with “the boss with the hot sauce”, Jerry Blavat! German American Society of Trenton, 215 Uncle Pete’s Rd., Trenton, Dinner: 7pm – 9pm/Dance Party 8pm – Midnight. For Ticket Sales and Further Info, contact Kathy Hoenisch (609) 581-3740. Tickets will not be sold at the door. gasociety.org

Sat. Oct. 27

Autumn on the Delaware Trenton to New Hope Walk – This route shadows, in reverse order, the movement of George Washington’s troops in December 1776. We will pass the Old Barracks in Trenton, where the Hessian troops that Washington defeated in the critical Battle of Trenton were posted. Travel along the Delaware Canal through Morrisville and Yardley before reaching Washington Crossing, where we will have the opportunity to cross the Delaware, tour historic buildings and take a mid-walk break.  Continue to the tower atop Bowman Hill and finish in New Hope and Lambertville. Sponsored by Freewalkers.org . Meet at Trenton Transit Center, 72 South Clinton Avenue, Trenton 8am-3pm, Free and Open to the Public, To Register: eventbrite.com, For more Info: freewalkers.org/events 

DJ Ready Red Hip Hop Forum and Workshop – A GREAT DAY IN HIP HOP Award Ceremony, Dj Exhibit & Panel; Special Guest The Original DJ Clark Kent, Kool Dj Red Alert, GrandWizzard Theodore, Kool Kyle The Starchild ,Mean Gene, DJ Kevie Kev Rockwell, DJ Mark Collins, GrandMjxer DXT, Rick Milian, DJ Swell, DJ Dramatic,DJ Fatha Ramzee. Prince Johnny C, DJ Juice, DJ L. Trenton Free Public Library, 120 Academy St., 11-2 pm, Free and Open to the Public, trentonlib.org/events

Cancelled – Rescheduled Nov. 10 – Six to Midnight Soundcheck  – Live Music, Live Art, Video Premieres, Tea, Hipsters. Mill Hill Amphitheater, Mill Hill Park, East Front and S. Broad Sts., Trenton, NJ 1-6pm, Free and Open to the Public, facebook.com/pages/Six-to-Midnight-Production-Studios

West End Little League’s ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PARTY: Treats, a bouncy house, a movie, and other fun activities for kids. Please have your child come in costume, and\or wear their baseball uniforms. (However no costume is required), There is no charge for any individual and\or organization who would like to set-up a table and give out treats. We are also accepting candy donations. Please contact, or inbox Ronald Davis 609-817-5062, Johnnie Weeks 609-571-0060, or Sharon Shivers 609-963-8978 to set-up a table and\or to donate candy for this event. West End Little League Batting Cages, Artisan St., Trenton, 3-7pm, Free and Open to the Public, facebook.com/event

Rocky Horror Picture Show –  Let’s do the Time Warp again at our second annual sing-a-long Rocky Horror Picture Show screening. It will be kicked off by a parade for all costumed participants to show off their Rocky Horror/Halloween finest, with prizes for the best costumes. Mill Hill Playhouse, 205 E Front St, Trenton, 609-331-9599, 8-10pm, $6, trentonfilmsociety.org

Sun. Oct. 28

Social Ride Cemetery Tour A leisure ride and guided tour (costumes encouraged) through town to explore and experience all of the unique architecture and history of the City of Trenton. Ride includes a domestic draft beer, pasta and salad buffet following the ride and air for your tires. Hosted by Wills Kins. Trenton Social, 449 S. Broad St., Trenton, (609)989-7777 4-7pm, $13, facebook.com/TheSocialRide

Trunk or TreatWear your costume! Bring the whole family to our free Trunk or Treat event in partnership with Transformation Church and the Trenton African American Fire Fighters Association. This event will feature popcorn, cotton candy, bounce houses, fire trucks, a family friendly movie and of course candy! Free goodie bag for the first 200 children! Capital Area YMCA, 431 Pennington Ave Trenton,(609) 599-96226-9pm Free and Open to the Public, capitalymca.org/event/trunk-or-treat

 

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TrentonCharmSchool

Amy Brummer is an operations professional who has followed a non-linear career path in the visual and culinary arts for more than 25 years. A tenured Trenton tax-payer, concerned citizen and political observer whose personal and professional interactions span the course of four administrations, she is tapped into the city's cycle of fortune and failure. Ms. Brummer is the founder of the Berenson Fund for Photography at the Arts Council of Princeton and hosts an annual new citizen's swearing-in ceremony in Trenton's City Council Chambers. She currently serves as COO of PTPVentures, Inc, an interventional business consulting agency based in Trenton.

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