Our Weekend Picks

Thursday All we can do right now is dream of spring – flowers, green grass, and… butterflies! Spend some time preparing for spring and learn how to attract butterflies to your yard this spring with the Master Gardeners of Mercer County’s ‘Grow Your Own Butterflies’ lecture at Lawrence Library. Learn about local butterflies, and what…

Our Weekend Picks

Thursday February 6 Theatre Intime – Princeton’s group of student thespians – introduces its newest crew of players to the stage with the Freshman One Act Festival. The rookies from the Class of 2017 present a series of plays, which they’re directing, producing and starring in. Get a front row seat at the Intime stage…

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…

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…

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…

Jammin Crepes — Princeton’s First Crêperie to Open Spring 2014

  PrincetonScoop is thrilled to break the news that local company Jammin Crepes will be opening their first brick-and-mortar location at 20 Nassau Street in Princeton. The restaurant is slated to open early Spring 2014 and, will be the first official home for the company’s acclaimed farm-fresh crêpes, micro-batch jams, soups and pickles. You might…

PrincetonScoop’s Weekend Picks 11/21 – 11/24

Thursday, November 21 Learn about our area’s native inhabitants at the Lawrence Public Library’s presentation of ‘Indians of Central New Jersey.’ Archaeology archivist Jim Wade will present on the Native Americans who inhabited the area that we now know as Washington Crossing State Park. FREE, 7pm. www.mcl.org Help raise funds for Morven Museum and try…

Princeton University Meningitis Outbreak Update

Meningitis B vaccine update for Princeton campus     I am writing to let you know that at the request of the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reviewed the seven cases of meningococcal disease contracted by Princeton University students and a student visitor since March 2013,…