As February comes to a close, enjoy the final week with DRT events!
GROOMER’S GET TOGETHER – Fran’s Pub
2/26 6 pm – 8 pm
Eric from ‘Fix My Edge’ will be onsite for blade, shear sharpening, sales & mini seminar.
Chuck Simons from ‘Groomers helper’ be here with his wonderful products. Groomers roundtable discussions.
Great food & conversation, goodie bags, door prizes & more!
All groomers & bathers welcome …
SEAN FLEMING – The Dubliner on the Delaware
2/28 7 pm – 10 pm
Sean Fleming has talent that is as wide and varied as his lifestyle, from his birth in a Golf Club House (“….it’s no wonder I’m a golf nut,” says Sean) on the shores of the beautiful Lakes of Killarney to his many, many appearances in the United States such as in Philadelphia at the Robin Hood Dell where he performed to an audience of 9,000, on the Merv Griffin Show and as the Headliner at Carnegie Hall to a sold outhouse.
COMEDY IN THE VILLAGE: LOL FRIDAY NIGHT – Peddler’s Village
2/28 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Looking for laughs? We’ve got ‘em! Three comedians—Madelein Smith, James Camacho, and headliner Brad Trackman—take the stage in Peddler’s Pub. Couples, singles, and large groups are welcome! Seats are limited, so reserve yours now. More info here: bit.ly/ComedyintheVillageFeb28
LOVE MOTHER EARTH ART SHOW 2020 – Prallsville Mills
2/29 12 pm – 5 pm
Love Mother Earth 2020 is an environmental art exhibition hosted by the Sunrise chapters of Hunterdon County and Lambertville, as well as the Indivisible chapter of Lambertville/New Hope. We invite participants of all ages and abilities to come display their environmentally focused art in ANY medium, whether that art is based on an environmental idea, made from recycled materials, is a song written about the climate crisis, etc. We welcome traditional physical art such as drawings, paintings, sculpture, etc, but we also would love to have folks come in and perform song/dance or even poetry/spoken word!
FRENCH EVENING: LES MISÉRABLES + Q&A W/ FRANCE REVISITED EDITOR – ACME Screening Room
3/1 3:30 pm – 6 pm
Join us for an evening of French culture with a screening of “Les Misérables” – nominated for this year’s Best International Feature Film at the Oscars.
Followed by a discussion with Gary Lee Kraut, editor of award-winning web magazine France revisited, plus a French-themed lobby reception.