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…

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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…

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  Thursday, June 5 The Princeton Festival is a celebration of the performing arts – jazz, opera, chamber singers and more – and it starts this week! Get an operatic preview of the festival on Thursday night at Princeton Public Library, when actors present scenes from ‘Porgy and Bess,’ followed by a discussion with the…

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:…

A Mother’s Day Celebration & Contest at Hamilton Jewelers

Hamilton Jewelers invites Moms & their little ones to join in for a Mother’s Day celebration with jewelry, sweet treats, and an even sweeter giveaway… “Come join us as we celebrate mom this Saturday from 10am-6pm. Enjoy the latest collections from Italy’s finest designers and let us help your kids record a video about why their…

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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…

Princeton Police Begin ‘Distracted Driving Program’

It’s time to put down your phone and focus on the road: Aside from the major safety risks posed by distracted driving, texting or chatting from behind the wheel could cost you. This morning, Princeton Patch reported that the Princeton Police Department will be cracking down on distracted driving as part of a state wide initiative. Motorists…

DEAL from Metropolis Spa & Salon

Metropolis Spa & Salon $20 off their fabulous new body treatment! This ritual combines the Luxurious Mother of Pearl Body Polish with  Green Tea, Guarana & Grapefruit Detox Wrap or the Watermelon, Cucumber & Aloe Hydrating Wrap to create the ultimate body experience. The gentle exfoliation will shed away dead skin cells allowing fresh skin…

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Thursday, March 20 Parents can join Tovah Klein, director of the Barnard Center for Toddler Development, at Princeton Public Library to learn ‘How Toddlers Thrive: What Parents Can Do to Plant the Seeds of Lifelong Success.’ Part of the library’s ‘Inside a Child’s Mind’ series, Klein is a child psychologist and advisor on ‘Sesame Street.’…

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…