We are proud to be part of such a vibrant community! Here are some of the nonprofits we partner with for a variety of programs and events.
The ACME Screening Room is a nonprofit, weekly independent and documentary film series founded by Friends of Lambertville Library in 2008 in partnership with the Lambertville Free Public Library and the City of Lambertville in the City’s “Justice Center,” formerly the ACME Supermarket. The series regularly features guest speakers (authors, directors, activists), post-film discussion programs and/or exhibitions held in conjunction with a film. Our programs bring the world of film to life for our audience members and create a space to thoughtfully reflect on films by artists at all levels: from local filmmakers to nationally recognized professionals.
Films are screened using a state-of-the-art digital projection and surround sound system. The ACME Screening Room is a 501c3 nonprofit entity.
Lambertville Goes Wild is a volunteer organization whose mission is to provide education to as many people as possible about the importance of native plants to all life, and about other sustainable gardening practices. We successfully led the City of Lambertville to certification by the National Wildlife Federation as a community wildlife habitat.
Music Mountain Theatre offers musicals, plays, concerts and children’s theatre. The Theatre School offers performing arts education for all ages.
The Lambertville Historical Society promotes the preservation and appreciation of Lambertville’s architecture and history through education and community involvement, as well as operates and maintains the James Wilson Marshall House Museum.
New Hope Celebrates (NHC) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization focused on highlighting the history and cultural nuances of New Hope, PA and Lambertville, NJ while stimulating the retail, hospitality, and professional community. NHC is comprised of a Board of Directors that drives activities and events that serve the diverse LGBTQ+ populace through the creation and promotion of marketing opportunities, educational activities, and cultural events. One such event is the annual, week-long Pride celebration held in May. Since 2003, NHC has organized events that recognize the strong LGBTQ+ presence in the New Hope area and celebrated the history and culture of our scenic river towns. Funding generated through New Hope Celebrates events is channeled back into our community to support our neighbors in collaborative business and cultural initiatives that make New Hope a great place for residents and visitors alike.