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Events happening in and around Hopewell Valley

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HV Green Week – FoHVOS: Trail Hike With Sreeni Nair, “Hopewell Valley Running Man”

Mount Rose Preserve, 350 Carter Road, Princeton 350 Carter Road, Princeton, NJ

FoHVOS: Trail Hike With Sreeni Nair, "Hopewell Valley Running Man" Socially distant event at the Mount Rose Preserve, 350 Carter Road, Princeton Saturday, April 24, 10-11:30 am Sreeni Nair, AKA Naked Running Man, wants you to get outside and get fit and healthy! We'll explore one of the many forested trails that Sreeni enjoys. Don't […]

Color Fun Run & Walk

Woolsey Park 203 Washington Crossing- Pennington Road, Hopewell, NJ

Get colorful at the all-new Hopewell Valley Arts Council Color Fun Run & Walk at Woolsey Park on Sunday, September 19 from 11am to 1pm.  Everyone's a winner on the all-ages two+ mile course where individuals, teams, and families can walk, run, or anything in between. Watch whatever you wear turn into a technicolor masterpiece […]


HomeFront Halloween Run, Walk & Family Fun Day

101 Carnegie Center 101 Carnegie Center Drive, Princeton, NJ

For the first time, HomeFront is moving its 5K, 1 mile and “marathon finisher” Run/Walk to Halloween morning and adding family fun events for young children.  Preschoolers can participate in a 100-yard Pumpkin Dash, decorate pumpkins, and take photos at the Halloween photo area.  Any age child can participate in the registration area in the […]

HV Central High School Bulldogs Ice Hockey Salute to Service Game!

This event is open to the community.  Join us for the 7th Annual Salute to Service Ice Hockey game. HV and Montgomery veterans will be honored at this game on Saturday January 29th, 7pm at Iceland Skating Center, 6 Tennis Court in Hamilton.  This in an opportunity to support our local high school ice hockey […]

Chair Yoga

Pennington Presbyterian Church

The older Adult Ministry Team of the Pennington Presbyterian Church invites adults of all ages to a chair yoga demonstration at the church on Friday, May 20 at 1pm. Please dress for some chair yoga action. No registration required.

HV Come Outside & Play – A Fast-Paced Hike in Nature

Washington Crossing Nature Center 355 Washington Crossing Pennington Rd, Titusville, NJ

Meet at the Washington Crossing Park Nature Center for a fast-paced hike on the park's trails. Please dress in layers with proper footwear for walking on wet, muddy trails. The group sets the pace and distance, so you will likely be able to keep up comfortably. Please bring a water bottle and trekking poles (if […]

HV Come Outside & Play – Yoga with Nature

Woolsey Park 203 Washington Crossing- Pennington Road, Hopewell, NJ

Connect with nature - One hour yoga class will be offered to students out in the beauty of nature. This helps to purify and harmonize the body and mind. This may help us to feel more connected and at peace with the world around us. One of the Yamas or vows of Yoga is non-violence […]

HV Come Outside & Play – Meadow Walk

Mercer Meadows @ Reed Bryan Farm (Federal City Road) Federal City Road, Pennington, NJ

Come enjoy the sights and sounds of spring in Mercer Meadows on this naturalist led walk. Explore the diversity of wildflowers, butterflies and songbirds that rely on this unique habitat. Spaces are limited, open to all ages! Registration required: bit.ly/MCPCMeadowWalk Location: Reed Bryan entrance to Mercer Meadows on Federal City Road, Pennington. Map: bit.ly/3pbGFNA Sponsor: […]

My Knee Really Hurts! Am I Ready for a Replacement?

RWJ Fitness & Wellness Center 3100 Quakerbridge Road, Hamilton Township, NJ

July 27, 2022 | 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. RWJ Fitness & Wellness Center 3100 Quakerbridge Rd, Hamilton Township, NJ 08619 A FREE community education event sponsored by RWJUH Hamilton. So many of us live with daily knee pain. How do we know when the pain is just “too much?” Join us as we welcome […]