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Mindfulness and Meditation in Nature

If you spend a lot of your time indoors or sitting in front of a computer screen, slip into a slower gear and enjoy the wonders of nature this winter with meditation. You are invited to join Trinity Counseling at the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Center for their Mindfulness in Nature …
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Our Local Picks for National Soup Month

Did you know it’s National Soup Month? Yes, ’tis the season for some good hearty stocks. Whether you like to dunk your bread, slurp some noodles, or get all your vegetables for the day in one bowl, we found some great soup spots in and around town. We’ve listed our picks …
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Shop Local: Our 12 Scoops of the Season

Over the past two weeks, we’ve been going behind the scenes at some of our favorite Princeton area businesses & showcasing their holiday offerings on Instagram. It was a social media takeover filled with holiday treats, delicious eats, and ideas for everyone on your gift list! Here’s a glimpse at …
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Nature in Winter at the Tulpehaking Nature Center

The Tulpehaking Nature Center will feature an exhibit that is a celebration of winter and water. Through photographs and interactive activities, “The Quiet Months: An Exploration of Winter,” opening Dec. 4, takes a look at the special properties of water that make winter unique; how plants and animals survive the …
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PrincetonScoop’s Northeast Ski Guide 2016

With the Farmer’s Almanac calling for a “déjà vu” winter along the Atlantic coast we are expecting unseasonably cold temperatures this ski season…which for skiers is GREAT news! To help you plan your ski season, and save you time researching your snow-filled choices, Princeton Scoop brings you our ‘Northeast Ski Guide’ so …
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PrincetonScoop Decorates

It’s happening: that mad rush of a brisk autumn sliding into winter & the holidays. Take advantage of a bit of a head start and make it a beautiful season! Whether you need someone to decorate your mantle and string the lights, need to add a few pieces for seating as you entertain this …
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A Child’s Requiem Concert

Victims of Tragedy Speak Through Music Tragedy struck Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut in 2012 when twenty children and six school administrators were gunned down. Unfortunately, such acts of violence have  become all too commonplace all across the country – on school campuses, recruiting offices, in churches, or movie theaters. Steven Sametz – …
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Our Weekend Picks

Friday October 16 Beautiful weather this weekend – so how ‘bout a hike? The Mercer County Park Commission invites teens & adults to stretch their legs and enjoy the fall weather with their ‘Just a Hike’ program. This week’s hike will happen at the Fiddler’s Creek Preserve in Titusville. Wear …
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The Scary Scoop: Local Halloween Fun

There’s nothing like fall! Pumpkins, cider, Halloween costumes and haunted hayrides… it doesn’t get more fun than that. The Scary Scoop is your guide to some great Halloween Happenings for all ages, ranked from ‘Good Old Fashioned Fun’ all the way up to the ‘Totally Terrifying!’ Scroll down, chose your own adventure, and …
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Princeton Farmer’s Market Book Swap

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