We don’t normally go to so many shows and events, but it must be the possibility that this is our last time to live in this area of the country, or perhaps we just felt like going a little crazy. But here are the cool things we’ll be doing between now and May.
- February 24: Carrie Newcomer at the Tin Angel in Philadelphia – We got free tickets to this show because I reviewed Carrie’s CD on my blog. I really have been enjoying Carrie’s music, and so it will be great to hear her and get a chance to meet her at the show.
- February 28: Anne Lamott at the Princeton Barnes & Noble – I’ve heard Anne Lamott speak a few times, but I wouldn’t want to miss the chance to hear her again.
- March 8-15: Hanging out at Beach House at Holden Beach, NC – We bid on a week at a beach house at a fund raising event for missions at Princeton Seminary. And we won. So for a week, Sarah and I and four of our friends will be hanging out on the beach, drinking wine and playing Settlers of Catan.
- March 27: Girlyman at World Cafe Life in Philadelphia – A group of our friends are heading out to hear Girlyman. If you haven’t checked out the World Cafe Live – it’s a great venue and place to grab dinner and a show.
- April 5: Barnum & Bailey Circus at Madison Square Garden, NYC – I’ve never been to a circus. And I imagine this circus in Madison Square Garden will be pretty amazing!
- April 10: Jim Wallis at Princeton Seminary – Jim Wallis will be speaking about his new book, The Great Awakening.
- April 15: Brian McLaren at Princeton Seminary – Brian will be here speaking about his new book, Everything Must Change. He may or may not be hanging out with the Princeton Emergent Cohort after his speaking gig – more info on that later.
- May 1: Itzhak Perlman at Princeton’s McCarter Theatre – I heard that Perlman, one of the 20th century’s most distinguished violinists was coming to Princeton. I just called today and found out that they had student tickets for $12. I picked up two of the last tickets for a total of $31. Not bad to see Itzhak.