Monthly Archives: April 2014

Our Weekend Picks

Thursday, May 1 If you’ve visited – or even walked past – the Princeton University Art Museum recently, you’ve noticed two new sculptures by the infamous Alexander Calder, on loan to the museum. This Thursday, join acclaimed art critic Jed Perl for a lecture on Calder in McCormick 101. In …
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Our Weekend Picks + COMMUNIVERSITY

Thursday, April 24 Princeton Public Library hosts Sustainable Princeton’s next Great Ideas Breakfast, ‘Stories of Waste and Hope.’ A zero-waste, Fair Trade breakfast kicks off a discussion that will inspire you to examine the mountain of plastic that could be traced back to you from the landfill – and inspiring …
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All Joy No Fun – author Jennifer Senior to speak in Princeton

On Wednesday May 7, HiTOPS will host Jennifer Senior, New York Magazine Contributing Editor and best-selling author on parenting, for a public talk at John Witherspoon Middle School. Ms. Senior will discuss topics from her recent book “All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood”. The author will …
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Calling all Teens -Volunteer at the Princeton Public Library this Summer

Teens looking to fill their volunteer requirements might think about volunteering that the fabulous Princeton Public Library this Summer. Teen Summer Volunteers support the annual Summer Reading Program and other summer programming, from June 20 through August 24, 2014—the Teen Summer Volunteers provide a huge service to the library and …
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Princeton Truckfest

Food Trucks are coming to Princeton! Friday, April 25, 6 – 9 PM Prospect Avenue between Washington Road and Olden Street princetontruckfest.org   THE EVENT On April 25, Princeton TruckFest will bring together Princeton University students and the local Princeton community to help support food security charities in Trenton and …
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Morven In May – Join Us!

Could your wardrobe and jewelry collection use a little freshening? How about your house decorations and garden? Maybe your spirit, too? Morven in May (May 2nd, 3rd, and 4th) is the antidote for tired decors, humdrum wardrobes, cookie-cutter gardens, and weak inspiration. Held on the grounds of Morven Museum & …
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Timberlane Middle School Presents ‘The Little Mermaid’ April 25 & 26

The Little Mermaid is in town! Come support the kids from Hopewell Valley’s Timberlane Middle School as they perform The Little Mermaid, the classic Disney story featuring hit songs “Under the Sea”, “Part of Your World” and “Kiss the Girl”. Curtain is up April 25th and 26th at the Performing …
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Healthy Spring & Easter Recipes

Food blogger and business owner Trish Ryan is constantly looking for healthy options to feed herself and her family. She is the founder of Time for Dinner, a meal planning service to help you enjoy healthy meals with your family. In this post, she celebrates spring vegetables with some holiday …
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Blood Moon – Tonight

Tonight around  11 pm look up to the sky for the “Blood Moon.”  That golden orb should turn a coppery red! But really that’s just because the moon turns a coppery red during any full eclipse. During a full eclipse, the sunlight that hits the moon is passing though Earth’s …
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PREMIER DIGITAL HEALTH CONFERENCE IN NEW JERSEY

PREMIER DIGITAL HEALTH CONFERENCE IN NEW JERSEY         Tigerlabs, a digital health venture capital fund and entrepreneurship center, is excited to announce the launch of Digital Health Innovation in Context 2014 located in the heart of the healthcare industry in Princeton, the conference will be its first …
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