Catch up on all of the latest news around the Princeton area.
The Princeton Vegan Chef Challenge Kicked Off September 1
There's never been a better time to try vegan! The inaugural Princeton Vegan Chef Challenge kicked off Friday, September 1st. Local chefs are competing for the dining public’s votes with creative and delicious plant-based menu options. Veganism is on the rise, and you’re invited to see why!
Ribbon Cutting for Princeton Bridal, Friday, September 15, 4pm
"Every bride has a unique story, and at Princeton Bridal, we believe that every dream deserves to be realized. Our journey began with a little girl who played with her mother's curtains as a veil, to a bride who shed tears of joy when she found "the one." It's true; when you know, you just know." This is according to Matija Tomasello who is opening Princeton Bridal at 301 N Harrison St in the Princeton Shopping Center.
Find Waldo Local
For the second year in a row, jaZams is hosting the most famous man in stripes all around Princeton. Candlewick Press approves 100 local bookstores across the United States and we were honored to have been chosen again! The Find Waldo Local program highlights small, independently-owned local businesses around the country by encouraging participants to visit 25 of them in their “quest” to find Waldo at each stop, building a sense of community along the way. Shopping en route is encouraged!
Request for Proposals - Graphic Design and Marketing
Experience Princeton (http://www.experienceprinceton.org) is issuing a Request for Proposal for the services of an experienced Graphic Design and Digital Marketing contractor. The successful candidate will work with Experience Princeton’s Executive Director, handling a multitude of creative processes that range from initial briefings to the final delivery of advertisements and media in print and digital formats.
Princeton Farmers’ Market Returns to Hinds Plaza
The Princeton Farmers’ Market began in 2009 with the idea of bringing healthy, locally produced goods right into the center of Princeton. Taking place downtown on Hinds Plaza for many years, our goal was to build a vibrant community that supports local agriculture, small business, a healthier environment and a more sustainable future. We would also like to send a very special thank you to the Municipality of Princeton for welcoming the market back to Hinds Plaza.
Princeton Community Pride Picnic 2023
The Princeton Community Pride Picnic is an annual event celebrating the town’s LGBTQ community. Now in its third year, the picnic celebrates difference in a family-friendly environment where all are welcome to be who they are. This year’s picnic will be on the Green in Palmer Square on June 3, noon to 3 p.m. and will include live music, art, games and other activities.
Charbellem, Fashion-Forward Boutique, to Open Store On 33 Witherspoon Street in Princeton
Charbellem, a Princeton-based company offering an exceptional collection of women’s clothing and accessories, opened its doors on Wednesday, May 24 at 11 am in a Ribbon-Cutting ceremony presided over by Princeton Mayor Mark Freda. The new store is located at 33 Witherspoon Street. Experience Princeton, a Special Improvement District (SID) dedicated to promoting Princeton through marketing and economic development, welcomed the town's newest retailer as an example of Princeton's growing attraction for entrepreneurs and the new markets they open.