Parenting Teenagers

Has the eyerolling, the snarkiness, the arguments over curfew, homework or inappropriate outfits got you down and baffled over how to approach parenting teenagers?  We have a solution that will give you ideas on how to approach these tough topics with your teen! The Princeton Learning Cooperative’s educational series, Outside the Box, will continue with…

Princeton Dines Out

We hope you’ll join PrincetonScoop for a great cause: Princeton Dines Out.  Did you know that April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month?  Dine at any of the participating restaurants below between Friday, April 25th and Thursday, May 1st and a percentage of the proceeds will be donated to The Parkinson Alliance. Participating restaurants include Blue Point…

Do you know about the e-library

If you’ve been meaning to learn to access the eLibrary collections at the Princeton Public Library, you’ll be glad to know that appointments for individual help are still available forThursday, March 20, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.     The popular Learn to Download Our Digital Content sessions are offered on the third Thursday…

Making the most of your time

The longer evening daylight hours are the perfect reward after the winter we’ve had.  The extra sunlight is just begging us to walk your dog for a bit longer, have a few extra catches with your child, or some more pushes on the swing. All the extra time outside and breathing in the fresh air…

Our Weekend Picks

Thursday, March 13 Soon, we’ll be shopping the Farmers’ Market in sunny Hinds Plaza, but until the warm weather officially returns, you can find us shopping for all things local at Princeton Farmers Market indoors at Princeton Public Library. Head to the community room for local produce, cheese, pastries, crafts and more. FREE, 11am-5pm. www.princetonfarmersmarket.com…

Princeton Montessori’s Summer Camp Open House

Spring is around the corner…what your child will be doing this Summer? Join us Wednesday, March 12, 8:45 – 9:45am for an informational coffee to learn more about Camp SummerQuest at Princeton Montessori School. Whether or not you have decided on your Summer plans, take this opportunity to learn more about Camp SummerQuest. We invite…

Our Weekend Picks

Featured Event of the Week *Two pianists take to the stage to present music by Bach, Brahms, Saint-Saens and more at Princeton’s Stone Hill Church this Saturday. ‘Music for Two Pianos’ is a double piano concert featuring Princeton University’s Dr. Jamie Rankin, and Dr. Duane Funderbunk of Pasadena, CA. Enjoy the duo as they perform…

PrincetonScoop’s 2014 Summer Camp Guide

Who’s ready for some summer fun? Find the perfect camp for your kids this summer with our Camp Guide, featuring camps of all kinds in the greater Princeton area. Click here to start browsing. Also in our guide, get the scoop on packing lunches for camp, written for us by Trish Ryan of Time For…

PrincetonScoop’s Weekend Picks

Thursday, February 27 Start off your Thursday at Princeton Public Library with a presentation from Sustainable Princeton, focusing on how to sustainably invest in our homes and community. Join in the conversation as speakers like Mark Centsis of CoolVines, Don Greenberg, a solar energy consultant, and Theodore Casparian of Wells Fargo talk will answer the…

Does your child like to write? Enter this writing contest…

  Pens at the ready…it’s time for Cotsen’s annual writing competition! We challenge you to write a short, 350-word story that includes the sentence, “The image blurred, then darkened.” (just 345 words left to go!). Winning stories will be published in the Summer 2014 issue of the Picture Book Press, and the authors will enjoy…