PrincetonScoop’s 2017 Summer Camp Guide

Hard to believe that summer is a mere 4 months away which means we are getting our ducks in a row to send our ducklings to some great local Summer camps. Whether your kiddo is a nature lover, an athlete, needs a little extra help with academics or just wants to play outside all day…

Our Weekend Picks: Inventors Day, Oscars Shorts, and More!

Friday February 10 West Windsor Arts Council invites you for a romantic evening of Ballroom Dancing with Jersey Dance! No experience? No worries! Jump in for a lesson, followed by a dance social at 8pm. (PS: Dress to impress!) $20, 7:30pm. www.jerseydance.com With the Oscars just around the corner, it’s time for ACME Screening Room’s…

Our Weekend Picks

Friday February 3 The Arts Council of Princeton kicks off Black History Month with an event showcasing African American Comedy. In “Black Comedy: No Tears, Just Politics” NYC comedian Grant Cooper brings laughs, but engages with the political. $15, 8pm. www.artscouncilofprinceton.org Saturday February 4 The cold can’t stop the West Windsor Community Farmers Market–it just…

Our Weekend Picks: Sherlock, Ice Sculptures, Owls…

Friday January 13 Parents of teens might want to book tickets for Friday night’s presentation at the Waldorf School of Princeton. “The Talk: Media, Sexualized Culture, and the Well-Being of Children,” presented by author Sharon Maxwell, is all about finding balance and cultivating respect in a digitally-driven world. $10, 7pm. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dr-sharon-maxwell-the-talk-tickets-30328512397 For your teens, the Princeton…

Kick Off 2017: A Brand New You

It may seem so cliché to start new programs or routines in January but it’s as good a time as any. Lately we’ve been reading about micro-habits you can put in place to encourage yourself with baby steps. But if you’ve got your big pants on and are ready for something new–a chance to mix it up,…

Our Weekend Picks: Re-live the Battle of Princeton

Saturday January 7 Did you know that the Battle of Princeton was a turning point in the Revolutionary War? That’s right–a huge part of American history took place right in our backyard, on January 3, 1777. This weekend, the Princeton Battlefield Society brings the epic battle to life. We’re talking British troops marching to Palmer…

Why Parents Love Gymboree Play and Music of Princeton

Why Parents Love Gymboree Play and Music of Princeton Ask any Gymboree Mom or Dad why they love coming to Gymboree Play and Music of Princeton and they will tell you that the opportunity to play with and watch their kids learn and grow is magical and unequaled anywhere else. They will also tell you…

Shop Local: Our 12 Scoops of the Season

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been going behind the scenes at some of our favorite Princeton area businesses & showcasing their holiday offerings on Instagram. It was a social media takeover filled with holiday treats, delicious eats, and ideas for everyone on your gift list! Here’s a glimpse at what we’ve shared, but head on…

Our Weekend Picks: Arts, Music, and Holiday Lights By Bike!

Friday December 16 Ever heard of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory? It’s a state of the art energy research laboratory conducting research on fusion, and it’s right outside downtown Princeton. In addition to their research, education is also a mission of theirs. That’s why you can take a free tour of the world-class facility! Go…

The PrincetonScoop Kindness Countdown!

You may have noticed some of our Instagram posts lately–like the ones above–with suggestions on how to practice acts of kindness. It’s The PrincetonScoop Kindness Countdown! Our goal is to infuse our community with a little more thoughtfulness and a lot more JOY. We encourage our community come together for the month of December for small…