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The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) will celebrate its Alumni Weekend on campus on April 21 and 22. The events begin with a performance by the TCNJ Orchestra at the Mildred and Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall on Friday night. Come back Saturday for an action-packed day of alumni fun. The $30 Alumni BBQ package includes one drink ticket, T-shirt, and drawstring backpack. There will also be a campus tour of the athletic Hall of Champions, TCNJ’s Art Gallery and BFA Art Senior Exhibition, School of Business Social Hour, and Student/Teacher Reunion.  more

SummerQuest at Princeton Montessori School is a wholesome, stimulating, and nurturing experience for toddlers through age 6. The summer program, although implemented with a Montessori approach and seasoned teachers, is unique and separate from the school year in that the novel experiences that are designed for the children revolve around: outdoors, crafts, special visitors, theater, friendships, and favorite traditions like gardening, building teepees and forts in the woods, and time for daydreaming and unstructured time with familiar and new friends.  more

Summer camp registration is now open at Stuart Country Day School. Those who sign-up by March 13 will receive the early bird discount and get 5 percent off camp tuition. Sibling discounts and multi-week discounts will also automatically be applied at checkout.

Before and after care is available and an optional camp lunch will be served in the new student center.

The 2023 program includes both co-ed and all-girls camps, with robust arts, athletics, academic, and STEM offerings that are led by Stuart faculty and staff. more

Experience life on the farm!

Terhune Orchards welcomes children to enjoy a unique, fun-filled week of summer camp on a picturesque, 250-acre working family farm where they will discover how a farm operates through fun, interactive, and educational activities.

Campers will also take advantage of Terhune’s beautiful surroundings, streams, nature trails, and fields while getting a closer look at resident wildlife and barnyard friends. In addition, campers cultivate a children’s garden, enjoy wagon rides, experience the harvest, and sample the crops in season. Daily activities and craft projects blend learning, doing, and fun! Campers spend time both outside exploring the farm and nature, as well as inside engaged in activities within Terhune’s Amish-built barn. more

On Saturday, March 25 from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., HiTOPS will celebrate the 9th Annual HiTOPS Trans Youth Forum. This day-long celebration created by and for trans and nonbinary youth will be held virtually and is free and open to all participants.  more

On Wednesday, March 1 from 6:30 to 8 p.m., join Morven Museum & Garden for the 2023 Grand Homes & Gardens Speaker Series: Trailblazers and Trendsetters on Villa Lewaro. This talk will explore the people and places, from the past to the present, who cultivated new opportunities and inspired breakthrough trends for future generations of landscape architects, designers, entrepreneurs, and horticulturalists.  more

On Wednesday, February 15 from 8:30 to 11 a.m., prospective parents and students are invited to an Open Classroom Day at the French American School of Princeton. This is an ideal opportunity to tour the beautiful campus at 75 Mapleton Road in Princeton, while observing bilingual teaching and learning in action. Parents can visit classrooms from ages 30 months through grade 8. The admissions staff and current head of school will also be present to answer any questions. No French is necessary for admissions up to grade 3.  more

The Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) has recently released the course offerings for spring 2023. Beginning in February, the offerings span from Highlights in the History of Philosophy to The French Revolution and the Age of Napoleon and Holding Hands with the Brothers Grimm. The 24 courses in total vary in subject matter to include science, literature, art, history, social studies, and culture.  more

Dr. Geraldine Parsons. Photo courtesy Dr. Geraldine Parsons.

On February 3 at 4:30 p.m., Princeton University welcomes University of Glasgow scholar Dr. Geraldine Parsons for a lecture entitled, “The Quiet Girls of Early Ireland: Women in Medieval Irish Literature.” This lecture is free to attend and open to the public. The event will be held at the James Stewart Film Theater at 185 Nassau Street. more

Join New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) for Philip Roth Unbound, a weekend-long festival that will celebrate, challenge, and explore the life, legacy, and work of novelist and Newark native Philip Roth, on what would have been his 90th birthday weekend.  more

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A collaborative research group led by the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) has been awarded a $788K grant from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) to implement restoration and protection measures for polluted lakes and ponds. 

The grant is part of a $10M allocation announced by the Murphy administration to develop water quality improvement projects across New Jersey, funding for which stems from the federal government’s American Rescue Plan that was appropriated by the state legislature.  more

(Photo by Andrea Kane/Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, USA)

By Wendy Greenberg

This past September, 281 new and returning scholars and faculty gathered for a new term welcome at the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) in Princeton. Among them were a new director of Women and Mathematics; a faculty appointee who is a leading figure in the field of p-adic geometry; and members whose fields range from transcultural medieval and pre-modern African and global history to the mathematical procedure harmonic analysis.  more

At the ready, the Y’s Youth Development and Outreach Team are   (back row, left to right) ACE Coaches RJ Becton and Alyssa Roman, and Preschool Assistant Teacher and PYA site director Michael Woods (front row, left to right) PYA counselor Lilian Chipix-Lopez, Associate Director of Youth Development and Outreach Claudia Orostizaga, and Director of Youth Development and Outreach Keshon Bennett.

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, COVID-19 had significant impacts on the development, emotional and behavioral health, and social well-being of children and teens across the country. The report adds, “Building resilience in children, youth, and families can help promote equity and support recovery efforts.” more

On Sunday, January 8 at 9:45 a.m., visitors are welcome to watch a narrated reenactment of the Battle of Princeton at Princeton Battlefield State Park. Originally fought on January 3, 1777, 2023 marks the 246th anniversary of this pivotal event in American independence. more

Back by popular demand, Bucks County Playhouse will relaunch their Acting for Adults class, which will take place January 10 through February 28. The class will meet in person each Tuesday from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Tuition is $450. The class is open to anyone age 17 and older. more

On Saturday, November 12 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., the French American School of Princeton (FASP) will host a Fall Open House where interested parents and students are invited to discover what sets FASP apart from other Princeton area schools.  more

Do you feel you’re lacking a little biodiversity in your own backyard? Have you recently lost an ash tree or would simply like to see more birds, butterflies, and flowers? Well, consider the Sourland Conservancy’s new Biodiversity Tree Kit.

Each kit contains one back tree, two Carolina rose bushes, deer protection, and a new perennial bed design. This design was created by Pensive Weeds, a full service floral and landscape company located in Pennington. Conservancy members will also receive three little bluestem plants. These plants are ideal for replacing mowed lawn in a sunny, well-drained spot.  more

On Wednesday, October 19 at 12 p.m., Morven Museum presents an entirely virtual experience on the subject of “The Mysterious World of the Garden Grotto.” General admission is $5 and free for Morven Museum and Garden members. The Zoom webinar link will be shared via email prior to the event date. A recording will be sent to those registered following the program. Purchase tickets in advance at https://bit.ly/3e0Uaytmore

Join the Arts Council of Princeton (ACP) on Wednesday, October 26 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. for “Art of People & Stories/Gente y Cuentos.” From collecting art to tasting wine, the ART OF series aims to introduce attendees to the endless creativity and innovation in the community. Created by locals, for locals, these all-inclusive experiences require no supplies or commitment. Just bring your friends and the ACP will do the rest. more

 

Arts Ed NJ has been approved for a $500,000 multi-year grant from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation. The grant was awarded to support its mission as a unifying organization and central resource for arts education information, policy, and advocacy in New Jersey. 

“We are so proud to have continued support from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation,” said Arts Ed NJ Executive Director Wendy Liscow. “This grant is a testimony to years of hard work from all our partners across New Jersey who have fought to make New Jersey a leader in arts education.” more

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