Pick-Your-Own Blueberries opens tomorrow at 9AM at @terhuneorchards. Check their website for availability. 🔵
Princeton Perspectives Issue #4: Get Outdoors – Experiencing and Appreciating Princeton’s Natural Wonders is out! 🐛🦋🌳 Editor, Lisa Jacknow gives a quick snapshot at Rules of the Outdoors, an article in this month’s issue. Read this month’s issue here 👉 https://bit.ly/PrincetonPerspectives_ or visit the link in our bio.
@crossingvineyards has a whole list of social-distance friendly activities going on 🍷🍷🍷-- including Yoga & Mimosas🧘, Pairing Wine & Chocolate🍫, Tarot Card Reading & Wine Tasting 🔮& much more. You can find more details on our website 👉LINK IN THE BIO.
@elementsprinceton has set aside four tables outside under their awning for small groups, bringing the elements experience outside! They have partitions between each table to ensure intimacy and safety. Dining begins at 6:30pm for all guests, and each table can accommodate 2-8 guests. A vegetarian menu is also available. Reserve your table on their website http://www.elementsprinceton.com/reservations/
Service; equitability; impact. These words drive twelve New Jersey students, united under the banner of Hopewell Helpers, forward. Founded by Will Titus (Hopewell Valley Central HS ‘19, Williams College ‘23), Hopewell Helpers LLC matches local students with local residents seeking yard work, grocery delivery, childcare, housework, and more. 🌱🛒🏡 The Helpers don’t set prices or rates for their services; instead, clients are invited to “pay-what-you-want” after the job is finished - and for anyone in need, Hopewell Helpers offers their services for no cost. You can find more on their website 👉 https://www.hopewellhelpers.com/
Princeton Perspectives Issue #4: Get Outdoors – Experiencing and Appreciating Princeton’s Natural Wonders is out! 🐛🦋🌳 Editor, Lisa Jacknow gives quick look at what it’s all about. You can read this issue here 👉 https://bit.ly/PrincetonPerspectives_ or visit the link in our bio! The issue's stories include: 🌳Rules of the Outdoors 🌳See, Hear and Touch: Communing with Nature 🌳Tracks and Trails -- the Hidden Gems All Around Us 🌳Creative Creations: Artistry in the Forest What are some of your favorite local outdoor sites?
Today is the first day of summer!🍦☀️ Where's your favorite local spot to normally get ice cream? (Image via @creamkingnj )
There’s still time to join @theh2oshed virtual Solstice Run today! Visit their Instagram page for more info. 🏃♀️ 🏃 🥇
Princeton Perspectives Issue #4: Get Outdoors – Experiencing and Appreciating Princeton’s Natural Wonders is out! 🐛🦋🌳 Read it BY VISITING THE LINK IN OUR BIO. The issue's stories include: 🌳Rules of the Outdoors 🌳See, Hear and Touch: Communing with Nature 🌳Tracks and Trails -- the Hidden Gems All Around Us 🌳Creative Creations: Artistry in the Forest What are some of your favorite local outdoor sites? ⛅
Who is ready for the expanded outdoor-dining in town?🍴 The Municipality, local businesses, @artscouncilofprinceton , @sustainableprinceton , @princeton , and @princetonmerchants are collaborating to facilitate the safe and successful reopening of the restaurants, businesses and retail stores that have been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Municipality of Princeton is repurposing on-street and off-street parking for curbside pickup and outdoor dining. In over 20 locations in the downtown business areas, parking spaces will be transformed into curbside pickup locations. Outdoor dining space will be expanded on Witherspoon Street between Nassau Street and Paul Robeson Place / Wiggins Street and on Hulfish Street. Witherspoon Street has been changed to a one-way between Nassau Street and Spring Street. These curbside pickup and outdoor dining modifications will be in place a maximum of 120 days. Residents are encouraged to walk and bicycle downtown. 🚶♀️🚲 Additional bicycle racks are being installed to accommodate the expected higher usage.
@the_bagel_nook is now open for outdoor dining from 7AM to 1PM— as well as takeout or delivery. 🍳 🥓 Via @princetonshoppingcenter
It's Farmers Market Season.🍅🥕🍯 Find our favorite local markets to put on your weekly calendar over on our blog 👉 VISIT THE LINK IN OUR BIO. What's your favorite local farm/market to go to in the summer? (image via Trenton's Farmers Market)
Starting this Monday (June 15), PJ's Pancake House, Osteria Procaccini and Trattoria Procaccini will be open for outdoor dining! 🍝🍅 You can call to make reservations today.
What are you doing on Saturday, June 20? Celebrate the longest day of the year with @theh2oshed Virtual Solstice Run! 🏃♀️You can find more info at the LINK IN OUR BIO. Sign up with your friends and family for 5K walk, a 10K run, or Ultra! Compete to win prizes and support clean water.🌊
THIS SATURDAY at 1:30PM: Enjoy an afternoon Concert with New Jersey Symphony. Experience the joy of live at PSRC. NJSO will be bringing a string quartet to play their repertoire of classical music from composers such as Mozart, Beethoven, Dvorák, and Ravel. 🎼 Light refreshments. Registration required, no fee. Suzanne Patterson Building, 45 Stockton St., Princeton. For more information, visit www.princetonsenior.org.
TONIGHT at 8PM⭐ Join Princeton Perspectives LIVE as Editor/Writer Lisa Jacknow hosts guest writer Dr. Sharon Rose Powell for Too Close for Comfort: Managing Life Under One Roof with Older Teens and Young Adults, part of The Jewish Center of Princeton's lecture series. 👩👦👦 Parents and their children (ages 15-30, who are currently living at home) are invited to hear Sharon expand upon her May Princeton Perspectives article, offering guidance, tools and advice to manage their emotional space and relationships. Q&A with attendees will follow the talk. TODAY - Monday, June 8, 2020 at 8pm. You must pre-register by emailing
to receive the Zoom link or for more information. Only those registered will be admitted.