Our Weekend Picks

Thursday, June 19 We love Lawrenceville! Celebrate community with a night at Weeden Park for ‘Music in the Park.’ Main Street’s park will host the Riverside Bluegrass Band for a live performance. Bring blankets or chairs and enjoy the jams. FREE, 6:30 www.LawrencevilleMainStreet.com Friday, June 20 Hey, you guyyyyys! It’s an outdoor movie night at…

Our Weekend Picks

Food trucks, Old Time-y Baseball, Puppet Theater and More! Thursday, June 12 Food trucks and local restaurants take to the streets of Lambertville Thursday night for ‘Lambertville NightFare Food Festival,’ sponsored by the Lambertville Chamber. 15 restaurants and 15 food trucks will serve up their dishes on North Union Street, and a beer garden will…

TONIGHT: Food trucks in Lambertville

Tonight, the first-ever “Lambertville NiteFare” will close three downtown blocks at  North Union & Bridge Streets and is sponsored by the Lambertville Area Chamber of Commerce.  The event runs from 5-10 pm.   Think the best restaurants in town will have food stations and food trucks will line the streets.  In all, over 30 food…

Weekend Picks: Local Memorial Day Parade Round Up

Happy Memorial Day Weekend! This edition of our Weekend Picks will share the Scoop on the area’s Memorial Day Parades – a great spring tradition. Grab a lawn chair and take the family to your local parade, wave flags, celebrate our awesome communities and pay gratitude to the men & women who have served! (PSST:…

Our Weekend Picks

Thursday May 8 Dare you to turn off your computer/put down your phone after reading this email: it’s Screen Free Week – a week dedicated to unplugging, and spending time together. (Crazy thought, huh?) The Princeton Public Library has programming that coincides with Screen Free Week – including Alex and the Kaleidoscope Band, playing a…

Morven In May – Join Us!

Could your wardrobe and jewelry collection use a little freshening? How about your house decorations and garden? Maybe your spirit, too? Morven in May (May 2nd, 3rd, and 4th) is the antidote for tired decors, humdrum wardrobes, cookie-cutter gardens, and weak inspiration. Held on the grounds of Morven Museum & Garden, one of one of…

PREMIER DIGITAL HEALTH CONFERENCE IN NEW JERSEY

PREMIER DIGITAL HEALTH CONFERENCE IN NEW JERSEY         Tigerlabs, a digital health venture capital fund and entrepreneurship center, is excited to announce the launch of Digital Health Innovation in Context 2014 located in the heart of the healthcare industry in Princeton, the conference will be its first and one of a kind…

National Volunteer Week April 6-12, 2014

This year marks the 40th anniversary of National Volunteer Week, which recognizes the country’s volunteers for their vital contributions. There are more than 2,500 registered nonprofits in Mercer County alone. As nonprofits continue to do more, with fewer resources, the role of the volunteer continues to grow. The traditional need for volunteers to roll up their…

A Sustainable Modular House Grows in Princeton

You leave for work in the morning and when you come back in the evening there is a new house across the street… Could this be true? Yes, says Marina Rubina, a Princeton Architect who has been exploring off-site fabrication. In addition to an extensive portfolio of work constructed on-site, her sustainable modular house on…

Princeton Stream Cleanup – Join Us!

Join Mayor Liz Lempert and the Watershed Association at the 8th Annual Stream Cleanup in Princeton on April 5th from 1pm to 3pm!  The cleanup will focus on our cherished D&R canal at Turning Basin Park near 483 Alexander St. The Watershed Association has teamed up with volunteers throughout central New Jersey to pick up…