Jammin’ Crêpes is open for business at 20 Nassau Street in Princeton. We are so proud of co-founders Kim Rizk (also a colleague at Callaway Henderson Sotheby’s Realty) and Kathy Klockenbrink for opening up this fantastic restaurant. It is just what Princeton needs and is sure to be a big hit! Kim and Kathy have … More Jammin” Crêpes is here!
Mark your calendars, Princeton Pi Day (or weekend) is almost here! This fun family event celebrates Einstein’s birthday (3/14) which just so happens to be the numeric equivalent of Pi. This annual tradition was founded by Mimi Omiecinski of the Princeton Tour Company and, like everything Mimi does, is loads of fun. Events begin on Thursday … More Princeton Pi Day
It’s hard to believe that it’s already been 20 years since Small World Coffee first opened its doors in Princeton. Co-owners and founders, Jessica Durrie and Brant Cosaboom have built a wonderful community minded business that has truly become the heartbeat of Princeton. We love that they have two locations (14 Witherspoon Street and 254 … More Small World Turns Twenty!!
Kick off the holiday season tonight with the spectacular lighting of Princeton’s very own 65-foot Norwegian spruce in Palmer Square! Santa will be there along with the Princeton High School Choir. The actual lighting of the tree takes place at 4:45, but to get a good spot we recommend you arrive early! There will also … More Tree Lighting in Princeton
Looking for something fun to do today with the kids? We have just the ticket! Today is the 6th annual Children’s Book Fair from 11 – 4 at the Princeton Public Library Hinds Plaza. There will be over 70 authors and illustrators from all over the country. It is one of the most respected children’s … More The Princeton Library Annual Children’s Book Fair