Despite Princeton's ongoing "Winter in Residence" outdoor programming, which has thus far provided four straight days of skating on Carnegie Lake, followed by extended explorations of different consistencies of snow and sleet, it looks like the Princeton Environmental Film Festival will continue today, Wednesday, with a free showing of "Slow Food Story" at the Garden Theater at 6pm. Urban farming is explored in Thursday's showing of "Growing Cities", Thursday Feb. 6 at the library at 4pm.
Thursday evening presents a quandary, with a 7pm showing of Musicwood at the library, and a 6:30 talk by the author of Roadside Geology of New Jersey, at DR Greenway's Johnson Education Center.
This Friday, Feb. 7, the film festival continues with a couple intriguing films during the day. At noon, there's "Bringing it Home", about the many uses of industrial hemp and the prospects for it becoming legal once again in the U.S. At 4pm, "Tiny: A Story About Living Small" could provide insights into how Princeton could diversify its housing.