Hunter's Moon Hike at Plainsboro Preserve, Plainsboro Preserve, 80 Scotts Corner Road, Cranbury, 6:30 p.m.
Join Teacher Naturalist for a foray in Plainsboro Preserve as a full moon rises in the East. They will share a story, some interesting facts, and a great adventure under the glow of the Hunter’s Moon.
Anne Hills - Folk Music Concert, Christ Congregation Church, 50 Walnut Lane, Princeton, 8:15 p.m.
Princeton Folk Music Society presents Anne Hills, one of contemporary folk music’s premier vocalists. In addition to her marvelous voice and inspired song writing, Hills accompanies herself with skill on guitar and banjo. A Hills concert always includes unforgettable material and original, heartfelt songs. Tickets: $20 for nonmembers, $15 members, $10 students and $5 children 11 and under. www.princetonfolk.org, 609-799-0944.
Empowering Yourself, One Bite at a Time, 57 Sand Hills Rd., Kendall Park, 10 a.m.
Nutritional solutions to help fight cancer and other chronic diseases a free presentation by Kirsten Nussgruber, certified holistic nutritional consultant at the Sand Hills Community Wellness Center.
Kingston Fire Department Baked Ziti and Meatball Dinner, Kingston Volunteer Fire Department, 8 Heathcote Road, Kingston, 5 p.m.
Kingston Fire Department is holding a fundraising baked ziti and meatball dinner. Included will be garlic bread, salad, drinks and dessert. You may also bring your own drink as well (BYOB). $12 for adults, $6 for children ages 6-12, free for those 5-years-old and under.
Kingston Greenways Association Annual Fall Foliage Walk, Mapleton Preserve/D&R Canal State Park Headquarters, 145 Mapleton Road, Kingston, 2 p.m.
In celebration of this 100th anniversary year of the founding of Princeton Nurseries, this walk will focus on the nurseries' Kingston site, a major portion of which has been preserved as the Princeton Nursery Lands. The Mapleton Preserve is the heart of this landscape, open to the public each day from dawn to dusk. Rick Henkel, formerly Sales Manager for Princeton Nurseries, will lead the walk. After 32 years with the nurseries, he founded Princeton Horticultural Services, which he continues to run. Rick has an extraordinary knowledge of trees and knows the Kingston Site and its trees intimately. Attendees will enjoy autumn color while learning more about the nurseries' history, day-to-day operations, and the shrubs and trees that brought it worldwide respect and renown. For more information, visit http://kingstongreenways.org/ or call 609-750-1821.