Our Weekend Picks: Book Sale, Festivals & Fall Fun!

Friday October 14 Book lovers, the Princeton Public Library’s annual Friends Book Sale is kicking off this Friday, and runs all weekend long! Support the library while you browse and shop special collections, rare books, and books for all ages. $10, 12-8:30pm. www.princetonlibrary.org/booksale If you’ve ever wondered what stories are hiding in the hills of…

Our Weekend Picks: Pumpkins, Beer, and…

Saturday October 8 Waldorf School of Princeton hosts its annual Natural Parenting Fair this Saturday. Visit the school’s sunny campus for exhibitors of nautral goods for baby, kids and family, plus speakers and other resources for natural parenting (think: childbirth, breastfeeding, babywearing, healthcare, education, discipline, and sleep.) Puppet shows and crafts will keep the little…

Uncorked: Princeton Corkscrew’s Wine Picks for October

Let us give you the Scoop on one of our most anticipated stops in downtown Princeton, The Princeton Corkscrew Wine Shop! A few reasons why we love it: • Their super friendly & knowledgeable staff always come to our rescue, whether we’re searching for an easy bottle for Chinese or pizza night, or shopping for…

The Scary Scoop: Local Halloween Fun

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,…

Our Weekend Picks: Art, Unruly Sounds, Bird Watching…

Saturday October 1 Clean out the garage! Get the junk out of the basement! It’s Household Hazardous Waste and Electronic Waste Disposal Day, Mercer County residents! From 8am-2pm, bring your ID and your items to the Fire School on Lawrence Station Road in Lawrence to get them disposed of safely and for free. For a…

Our Weekend Picks: A Fun-Fest!

Friday, September 23 The Mercer County Italian American Festival begins tonight at Mercer County Park. Presented by the Italian American Festival Association, the fest includes a ‘food piazza’ with regional Italian restaurants and an Italian Market, along with a Heritage Pavilion with art, entertainment that includes a Springsteen cover band, kids activities and more! 3-11pm. www.italianamericanfestival.com…

Where to Go for Cocktails in Princeton

Whether it’s a guy’s night for a beer, a first or 300th date, or a girl’s evening to celebrate a promotion, spending time with friends and raising a glass to life makes everyone feel good. When you want to head out for a chat & a drink stop into one of these picks… and say hi to our…

Go, Tigers! Our Weekend Picks

Friday September 16 Parents, bring the little scoops to get creepy with the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association. The Creepy Spider Hunt Night Hike, will be lead by naturalist Jeff Hoagland and explore the preserve in search of creepy crawlies! Register in advance. $12, 7:30 p.m. www.thewatershed.org If the farm is more your speed, visit Cherry…

Soccer Centers in Somerset, NJ

Soccer Centers in Somerset, NJ How Soccer Centers Offers the Ultimate Sports Experience Throughout its history, the game of soccer has evolved. Today, the game is faster, the players are stronger, and tactical strategies are smarter. For a soccer player who wants to play at a competitive level he/she needs to be guided by elite…

Parents’ Back to School List

It’s the most wonderful time of the year: lower humidity, pumpkin spice everything and the kiddos are back to school after a delightful summer.  New routines, earlier bedtimes and after school activities are on the horizon.  Considering a new school next year? Check out local area open house dates.  Need to get your kids involved…