Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Princeton Human Services holds annual school supplies drive

Princeton’s Human Services is seeking donors for its annual Book Bag and School Supplies Drive.For the past five years, Human Services, Princeton employees, local businesses, organizations and private donors...

Princeton University Jazz Program announces new season

The Princeton University Jazz Program announced its concerts for the 2014-15 season.In addition to the regular Jazz @ Café Vivian and Jazz Vespers at the University Chapel series, the...

Master Gardeners to hold program about ways to use fallen leaves

On October 8, the Rutgers Master Gardeners of Mercer County will host a program called Seven (at least) Good Things to do with Your Leaves from 7 to 8...

Borden Perlman donates funds for art program at Greenwood House

The Ewing-based insurance agency Borden Perlman Salisbury & Kelly recently donated $5,000 to the Arts Council of Princeton in order for them to provide an arts program for the...

PSO receives National Endowment for the Arts Award

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) has been awarded the 2016 Art Works award from The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to help fund a community engagement project centered...

Byatt and Ostriker reading set for Feb. 13

Author A.S. Byatt and poet Alicia Ostriker are set to read selected works Feb. 13.The event is free and scheduled for 4:30 p.m. at The Berlind Theatre, 91 University...

Dinner and auction set to benefit Princeton United Methodist Church’s service trip

Princeton United Methodist Church is set to host a silent auction for its annual summer service trip with Appalachia Service Project on April 13. A week in Key West, a...

U11 premier girls soccer team tryouts set for May

Tryouts for a U11 girls premier soccer team, the Hamilton Wildcats, are set for May.The Wildcats are looking for experienced players to add to their roster.Tryouts are scheduled for...

Prescription drug disposal day set for Oct. 26

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is scheduled for Oct. 26.Residents can safely dispose of unused and expired prescription medicines by bringing them to the parking lot in front of...

Geological treasures of New Jersey focus of D&R Greenway talk

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