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Our Weekend Picks: Dining by Design, Theater, & More

Friday, November 9 Princeton University’s Triangle Club has been operating for 128 years, putting on shows written and performed by students. They’re opening their latest this Friday! ‘Night of the Laughing Dead’, a musical comedy, premieres on Friday and runs for several performances. Join in the tradition and grab a …
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Cannons, Concerts, and Celebrations: Our Weekend Picks

Friday, November 2 “This Really Happened…Storytelling at HT” brings six storytellers to the stage at Hopewell Theater. Rotating through each storyteller, the show is an hour long with engaging, hilarious, and moving–and ends with an opportunity for audience members to take the mic and share their own stories for an …
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Ghosts, Pumpkins, Museum Visits, and More!

Friday, October 12 Morven Museum and Garden in conjunction with the Historical Society of Princeton, Princeton Public Library, and Witherspoon Jackson Historical and Cultural Society brings the ‘Slave Dwelling Project’ to Princeton to “to educate, collaborate and organize resources to illuminate and often, save, important African American history related to …
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Our Weekend Picks: Find Some Fall Fun!

Friday September 21 Gather ‘round for storytime and a treat at The Watershed! ‘Campfire Storytelling’ will feature stories told by their nature educators, as listeners enjoy a campfire and marshmallow roast. FREE, 7pm.   www.thewatershead.org Saturday September 22 The Princeton Children’s Book Festival has something for every kid! This fest brings …
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2018 Princeton Area School Guide

Fall means back to school for all. Whether you are thinking about finding a pre-school for your littlest, or you have older kids who want to transition from public schools to private, check out this guide for info on some exceptional schools. Find dates for fall open houses and links to the …
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2018 Princeton Area Kids Activities Guide

After a summer of lazy mornings and screen-filled afternoons, fall is here, and it’s time to get back into routines. From toddlers to teens, we scoured the area for activities your kiddos might love to try. Our list includes art and music, outdoor adventures, and more–it’s chock-full of ideas to get …
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Fireworks Roundup: Our Picks for Local 4th of July Fun!

When 4th of July falls on a Wednesday, you know there’s a week of celebration in store! From fireworks to historical events, car shows, baseball and more, we’ve got the Scoop on all the 4th of July fun… Thursday, June 28 Montgomery High School – the High School hosts a …
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Our Weekend Picks: Watch Fair, Beer Fest, Fireworks and more!

Friday, June 1 If you’re planning to do some yard work this weekend and still need a few things to finish out those beds or planters, don’t miss the Native Plant Sale at the D&R Greenway’s Johnson Education Center. A plus: Nursery staff and volunteers will help you find the …
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Local Memorial Day Round Up!

The Spirit of Princeton Memorial Day Parade starts at 10am on the corner of Princeton Ave. and Nassau Street, and marches to Monument Hall where a short ceremony will be held at 11am. spiritofprinceton.org Princeton Battlefield Society brings the American Revolution to life at Princeton Battlefield Park this Memorial Day …
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Our Weekend Picks: Indoor & Outdoor Fun

Saturday May 19 Since it’s looking like a rainy Saturday, why not turn to the Princeton University Art Museum for a little indoor fun? Their newest exhibit, “Frank Stella Unbound: Literature and Printmaking,” features the work of alumnus Frank Stella in honor of his 60th reunion. Have little ones? Grab …
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