For a blog post: what’s your favorite local spot to get wings? 🔥 🍗 🏈 (Photo: Chucks Spring Street Cafe)
This weekend visit @unionvillevineyards for their Winter Artisan Market. The vineyard will host a weekend of artisan crafts, gourmet food products, live music, and delicious wine! Matt Runciman performs acoustic originals and covers on both Saturday and Sunday 1-4pm. Ms. Fu's Yummy Asian Food Truck will be present both days serving up delicious classic & new dishes of Japanese, Thai, Chinese, & American flavor. Twenty vendors will sell cheeses, pickled foods, hand-knitted clothing, ceramics, pet collars and leashes, jewelry, wine bottle decor, soaps, botanicals, and much more. There's no cost to attend, tastings are $10. Both Saturday & Sunday 12:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Dreaming of the day when @MoreThanQBBQ opens in Princeton. They are slated to open their doors next month -- but it can't come soon enough. 🔥🍗What's your favorite BBQ food?
Did you know we have a whole entire PET GUIDE on our website? We offer local listings on veterinarians, animal hospitals, pet fencing, pet supplies & more. 👉 https://princetonol.com/pets/ What's the name of your favorite furry friend(s)? 🐶🐱
TONIGHT! Basic Needs Night at HomeFront (1880 Princeton Avenue, Lawrenceville) at 6PM. They are looking for volunteers to help assemble move-in kits for formerly homeless families (volunteers should be 11 years old and older).
As soon as the snow begins to fall, grab your snow suit and boots and your favorite sled and get to one of the area's favorite sledding destination. Springdale Golf Course, Rosedale Park, Mercer County Tech School, Federal City Road Water Basin and Ben Franklin Elementary are all great local options to bring out the innerchild in you. What's your favorite spot to sled?
With the weekend ahead, we'll be busy checking things off our January bucket list, things like: finding the best cocoa in town, going sledding, taking a cooking class, grabbing soup, learning to knit & joining a book club! ❄️ 🛷 ☕️ 🍴 📚 What are you up to this weekend? Find all of the details on our blog at the link in the bio. (image via The Bent Spoon)
Calling all young history buffs! 📚 🥁 ⛺️ Colonial Camp is going on at the Old Barrack Museum in Trenton this summer! Young Revolutionaries interested in spending a week in a world without YouTube are called to join General Washington's ranks! Colonial Summer Camp at the Old Barracks provides children with a rich cultural experience, as well as lots of fun! Some of the activities the kids will do include: recreating camp life on the Old Barracks parade ground, used over 200 years ago by British, Hessian, and American Soldiers, cooking stew in the camp kitchen, as soldiers would have done while at battle, making a haversack, a bag soldiers used to carry their personal items, learning popular songs and dances of the American Revolution, marching to local historic sites, including the NJ State House and the 1719 William Trent House, drilling to Baron von Steuben's Manual of Arms, a real drill set used in the Revolution, playing games that were favorites of 18th century children, & showing off all that they learned to their families during a Mustering Out Ceremony on the last afternoon of camp. All campers receive a T-Shirt to complete their Colonial Camp Uniform! 2020 dates—Ages 9-12: July 6-10, July 13-17, and July 20-24. Duration: Monday thru Friday, 8:30am to 4:00pm. Tuition: $200/session Old Barracks Association Lieutenant Members; $250/session Non-Members. 2020 dates—Ages 13-15: August 3-7. Duration: Monday thru Friday, 8:30am to 4:00pm. Tuition: $225/session Old Barracks Association Lieutenant Members; $275/session Non-Members. Required Documents can be found at: barracks.org/summer-day-camp.html, for BOTH camps. Documents can be attached to enrollment form, and emailed to
, or faxed to 609-777-4000. Make a donation to sponsor a Trenton child to attend summer camp at no cost to their family! The Old Barracks Museum Summer Day Camp is made possible through collaboration with the Nicky Fifth Foundation.
Looking for a service project for MLK Jr. Day of Service this Monday? We've rounded up 6 local options to join in on over on our website or tap the link in our bio. (image via Arts Council of Princeton)
They are hereeee! ⠀ Known for their crazy creations like Oreo x Fruity Pebbles bagels, @the_bagel_nook receives national recognition for their ‘overloads’ stacked with the good stuff ⠀ Welcome to Princeton, Bagel Nook 🙌⠀ bagelnook.com ⠀ #regram @princetonshoppingcenter
Looking for a way to give back this MLK Jr. Day? Hopewell Gives Back's 3rd Annual MLK Day of Service will be held THIS MONDAY, January 20 from 9am-12pm at the Hopewell Presbyterian Church 80 West Broad Street, Hopewell, NJ. Volunteers of all ages are welcome. Advance registration is required www.tiny.cc/MLK2020 $5 suggested donation at the door to help cover expenses. Last year the group welcomed over a hundred volunteers, double the previous year, of all ages to spend three hours rotating between six activity stations: making 300 bags of chocolate chip cookies for Mercer Street Friends, nineteen fleece blankets for The Rescue Mission of Trenton, and over 1000 seed bombs for the Sourland Conservancy. The group organized 830 bags sewn by women in Kenya and decorated over 300 gift bags for Seeds to Sew, created 24 cat blankets for SAVE, and 195 period packs for I Support the Girls. In addition to working at the stations, volunteers also donated $180 and many winter coats for the Rescue Mission of Trenton.
SAVE THE DATE! Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market Annual Valentine's Day Market is a highly-curated Valentine's Day Market featuring three floors of over 190+ vendor tables selling Handmade, One-Of-A-Kind Items, Vintage Clothing and Accessories, Vinyl and Cassettes, Silkscreen Posters and T-shirts, Taxidermy, Vintage Toys, Antiques and Curio, Handmade Jewelry, Oddities, and Region's Finest Food Trucks serving up great grub all day. Where: Historic Trenton War Memorial When: 2/1/20 10AM-5PM
Winter Festival kicks off its 23rd year --Jan. 17-26 -- with 10 days packed with events & activities for all ages, including: Ice Sculpture Carving, a Revolutionary Pub Crawl, Oldies Night, Soup Cook-off and The Three Amigos Fan Club event, to name just a few. Find more information on our website under Announcements 👉https://princetonol.com/announcement/lambertville-new-hope-winter-festival-january-1726
@terhuneorchards is now offering a season pass for their Read and Explore program, which offers fun on the farm for little ones in the winter. The fun and educational programs combines hands-on activities with listening to a story and discovery. This is 6 session program. Receive 10% discount with purchase of a season pass. Season Schedule: ......................................................................🌟The Gingerbread Man-Tues Jan. 21 & Sat. Jan 25 🌟 Animal Tracks- Tues. Feb.4, 10 a.m. & Sat. Feb. 8 🌟 Fur, Feathers, Fluff: Keeping Warm in Winter - Tues. Feb 18 and Sat. Feb 22 🌟 Getting Ready for Spring -Mar. 17 and Mar. 21 🌟 Birds, Nesting, Bird houses- Tues. Mar 31 and Sat. Apr. 4 🌟 Composting- Apr. 21 and Apr. 25 Find more information on our website under Announcements.
Looking to get into a good book group this month? Princeton Library offers a variety of groups to meet up & get talking about a variety of topics including: Black Voices, Contemporary Fiction, Historical Fiction & Mystery Book Group! https://princetonlibrary.org/book-groups/ Which one speaks to you?
What's your favorite local soup to enjoy during the cold winter months in the Princeton region? (image: Princeton Soup & Sandwich Company)