Our Weekend Picks

Friday, July 31 You’ve heard of bird watching, but what about butterfly watching? Take a trip to Howell Farm in Hopewell for a Butterfly Walk with the Mercer County Park Commission. You don’t need to be an experienced butterfly watcher to enjoy this trip – you’ll learn all about the fluttering bugs! FREE, register in…

Scoop’s Guide to Local Breweries & Summer Beer Events

Beer, brew, brewski, you call it as you love it! You asked us what was out there so we set out to round up the best in local beer. Delicious lagers, ales, stouts and more – these small, traditional and independent brewers are dedicated to crafting the perfect pour.  Take-out growlers, brewery tours, beer gardens…

Our Weekend Picks

Friday, June 12 Stock up on locally grown goodies for the weekend with a stop at the Forrestal Village Farmer’s Market! Veggies, fruit, meat, eggs, bread, cheese, pastries, and more local products will be available, and there will also be a presentation by the Nourishing Gurus: ‘Get Healthy with Healing Foods’. FREE, 11am-2pm It’s a…

Princeton Party Planning Guide

Is it your turn to host the family reunion? A bar mitzvah, milestone birthday or Anniversary party on your radar this year?  We’ve collected a great group of local professionals to help you with everything from music and flowers to music, photography and food. Whether you’re planning an event at home or need a gorgeous…

Weekend Picks: Memorial Day Round Up

Our Weekend Picks: Memorial Day Edition! Coming Up Next Week *Save the date! Hamilton Jewelers’ 18th annual Watch Fair is starts on Friday May 29th! At this two-day exclusive event, watch lovers & casual shoppers can browse hundreds of watches from the world’s top designers, trade in your old watch for credit towards your new…

Our Weekend Picks – Mother’s Day!

Hot Pick for Next Week: Girls’ Night Out on Palmer Square! *Grab your BFF & RSVP for a fun night in Princeton. Palmer Square’s annual Girls Night Out is Thursday, 5/14 from 4-9pm, and includes exclusive sales, promos & discounts from the merchants & restaurants on the square, raffles, food tastings, complimentary parking and more…

10 ways to prevent LYME Disease

The CDC states that it does not know how many people contract Lyme Disease each year in the United States.  Their estimates are between 300,000 and 1 million new cases per year, the majority of which are unreported.  This makes Lyme Disease the fastest growing vector-borne infectious disease in the U.S. When you consider that…

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 tons of activities planned throughout…

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 – gardening. This Saturday, February…

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 Harvard this weekend at Jadwin…