Our Weekend Picks

Featured Event of the Week: *Get Ready to Rummage! The BIGGEST sale of the year is happening this weekend at Jane Consignment on Spring St. If you’ve shopped there before, you know what this means… if you haven’t, this is the time to go! The bargains begin on Thursday 1/16 – starting with 55% off…

New Year: New You: Detox Time

Eat, Dream & Lose Weight.  Discover a Whole New Way to Detox! As we begin a new year, full of possibilities, it seems like everyone is talking about resolutions.  And what is by far the most popular promise that people make to themselves once that ball drops in Time Square?  To lose weight and get…

Our Weekend Picks

Opera, Hiking, and Keeping Our New Year Resolution… Thursday, January 9 The Princeton Famers’ Market has moved indoors so we can shop locally sourced and produced food, gifts and goods all year round. Bring your shopping bag to the Princeton Public Library on Thursday and shop for produce, cheese, baked goods, crafts and more. 11am-5pm. www.princetonfarmersmarket.com…

KALE for all!

Everybody has gone mad for kale for a good reason!  If you are eager to get on this healthy, tasty trend, join this free information session at the Princeton Public Library and learn all things kale including recipes to entice, satisfy and boost your well-being. Being held Wednesday January 15 from 10:30 – 11:30 in…

101: Fund Supports Princeton High School Students

Have you heard of the 101: Fund? It’s a hyper-local organization that provides financial assistance to college-bound graduates from Princeton High School. Through a variety of fundraising events, the fund allows PHS students who may not have the resources to pursue their education. Supporting our students and strengthening our community – what’s not to love…

Happy New Year! Our Weekend Picks from PrincetonScoop

    Thursday, January 2 Season 4 of Downton Abbey premiers on PBS this Sunday, and fans can get caught up on all the drama at Ewing Public Library’s Season 3 marathon this weekend. No spoilers here – but season 3 was not short on excitement (and tears) and season 4 promises to keep us…

Happy Holidays from PrincetonScoop

Holiday greetings from our homes to yours. Hoping that you have the chance to enjoy a little down time with the ones you love. For some winter fun, be sure to check out our guides! See page 7 in our Holiday Gift Guide for Christmas & New Year’s happenings in the Princeton area. Planning a…

PrincetonScoop’s Weekend Picks

Friday, December 20 Calling all Sugar Plum Fairies… twirl your way over to the Kelsey Theatre at Mercer County Community College for ‘The Nutcracker.’ The New Jersey Youth Ballet presents the holiday classic – plus, it’s fully narrated, making it a theater experience that even the littlest fans can follow along with! $16, 7pm. www.kelseytheatre.net…

Family Dinners. It’s a gift.

There are two things we all can agree on as parents–we are busier than ever and we wish we had more time with our families. Dinnertime is one time each day when we can slow down for a moment and connect with our families. We want you to meet the Ryan family from Princeton.  Trish…

Holiday Shuffle. Parking in Princeton.

Holiday shopping can be brutal.  Waiting in lines, no sales folks to help you, can’t find the right size, you get it.  Parking in Princeton can be equally brutal. But to ease your pain and help you shop local the Princeton Merchants Association has you covered, literally.  Every Sunday in December before Christmas you’ll see…