Our Weekend Picks + COMMUNIVERSITY

Thursday, April 24 Princeton Public Library hosts Sustainable Princeton’s next Great Ideas Breakfast, ‘Stories of Waste and Hope.’ A zero-waste, Fair Trade breakfast kicks off a discussion that will inspire you to examine the mountain of plastic that could be traced back to you from the landfill – and inspiring changes that you can implement…

Princeton Truckfest

Food Trucks are coming to Princeton! Friday, April 25, 6 – 9 PM Prospect Avenue between Washington Road and Olden Street princetontruckfest.org   THE EVENT On April 25, Princeton TruckFest will bring together Princeton University students and the local Princeton community to help support food security charities in Trenton and the wider New Jersey area. This…

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…

Our Weekend Picks

Thursday, April 10 Last indoor Winter Farmer’s Market being held in the Community Room at Princeton Public Library. Soon, it will be time to shop for local produce and goodies under the shining sun in Hinds Plaza, so stop by one last indoor market for the season. Pick up fresh veggies, baked goods, honey, gift…

Princeton Hosts ‘Pink Floyd: Sound, Sight, and Structure,’ Thurs-Sun

A do-not-miss for Pink Floyd fans, audiophiles, music lovers… Princeton University is proud to host an interdisciplinary conference celebrating the music, art, and culture of Pink Floyd, April 10-13th 2014. There is SO much fascinating content being packed into this weekend, which culminates with Pink Floyd producer/engineer James Guthrie as the keynote speaker. Here’s a taste…

Getting it “to go”…Our March Madness Final 4 Food Picks

  March Madness has us hot for some foods otherwise known as “forbidden” or  “no-no’s” or “once in awhile, delicious, senses on overdrive and waistline expanding”.  Invite your friends over, gather round the tube and get amped as you watch your favorite teams battle it out on the court. Thought we would share our guilt…

Kids need help with homework?

    Great news from the always amazing Princeton Public Library. With spring break behind them, Princeton school children are entering the home stretch of the 2013-14 school year. We’d like to remind you that the Princeton Public Library here to help make it their most successful one yet.   Homework help, both after school…

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…