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Local Egg Hunts & More: Our Weekend Picks

Friday, March 27 The Princeton Environmental Film Festival continues this weekend at Princeton Public Library! On Friday, catch screenings of ‘School’s Out: Lessons from a Forest Kindergarten’ at noon, ‘The Wound and the Gift’ at 4pm, and ‘Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret’ at 7pm. All screenings are free, and there’s more …
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Pi Day Princeton

3.14  That’s March 14th to you but it’s Pi Day in Princeton, the home of resident genius Albert Einstein who’s birthday, you guessed it, was March 14th. This year is even more special because this year it’s 3.1415  (March 14, 2015) The town is going to turn it up with …
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March: Get it Local! CSAs, Farmers Markets & More

Spring is around the corner and that means our local farms, CSAs and Farm Markets will soon be overflowing with fresh produce galore.  Whether you want to join a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture – where you purchase a share of this years crops) or just visit local Farmers Markets on …
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Our Weekend Picks

This Week in Princeton: Pickle Cars, Hummingbird Houses & Parmesan Cheese! Save the Date: A Day of Luxury with peach, Friday March 13 *Ladies, you deserve a day of luxury, and this event is only happening once. Join peach at their perfect fit boutique this Friday, March 13, discover your perfect …
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PrincetonScoop’s 2015 Summer Camp Guide

Find summer fun in & around Princeton, NJ! From nature to the arts, sports and academics, or a mix of all of the above, you’ll find the perfect camp for kids of any age in our Summer Camp Guide: http://bit.ly/ScoopCamp15 Plus, don’t miss a few tips & tricks for packing camp …
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Your Invited to the AK Bennett Art Opening

Join Princeton Tigerlabs for an opening reception of fine art photography byAK Bennett Friday February 27th from 7:30 – 9 pm. AK Bennett is a local fine art photographer.  His work focuses on composition rather than subject, and he is continually drawn to forms that share a sense of simplicity and …
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Lyme Disease Challenge 2015

If you don’t know someone who has Lyme Disease, you soon will.  Now an epidemic, Lyme disease is the fastest growing vector-born disease in the United States with over 300,000 people contracting it annually. What’s crazy is that the CDC doesn’t recognize Lyme as a chronic disease though many people …
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Local Love: Valentine’s Scoop

It’s that time again…Valentine’s Day is around the corner. It’s the month of love and romance, drinking gobs of red wine to wash down that chocolate, spoiling someone you love with something special and perhaps a treat for yourself & your littlest Valentines. We’d thought we share with you a …
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Attend ‘A Day About Gardening’

The first week of February is here, and Punxsutawney Phil tells us the news that spring will not be arriving early and we must endure six more weeks of winter. The Friends of the Library have turned their minds towards spring, and, with it, one of everyone’s favorite warm weather activities …
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Our Weekend Picks

Friday, January 30 Whoo – whoo wants to learn about owls? Howell Living History Farm presents ‘An Evening of Owls,’ an interactive presentation with live owls. Bring the family to learn about the birds who roam our skies at night. $3 suggested donation, 7:30pm. www.howellfarm.org The Tigers face off against …
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