Princeton NJ Community Events Update – Weeks of January 12- January January 24, 2009
Princeton NJ is a vibrant community with lots of events cultural, political, and fun. Next week several events are planned to mark Barack Obama’s Inauguration. Here are some of of what’s going on in Princeton.
1. The Arts Council Of Princeton is planning an event in honor of Martin Luther King for children on January 19, 2-5 pm at the Paul Robeson Center For the Arts at 102 Witherspoon Street.
2. Central New Jersey residents could participate in a telephone town hall meeting with Representative Rush Holt on January 15th, at 7 pm.
3. Planned Parenthood is planning to event on January 17, from 11am to 1pm to mark the 36 anniversary of the Supreme Court decision Roe vs. Wade. The participants are to meet at Monument Park. To RSVP contact Jennifer at 609-964-7960.
4. Princeton Adult School a program “Second Chance Cinema” a series of thirteen films you missed, but should have seen. To enroll (the course is $80.00) call Princeton Adult School 609-683-1101.
5. Morven Museum & Garden holds Wednesday tours and Tea ($15.00/person, advance reservations required). Their Garden is opened to the public daily and is free.
6. Princeton High School is hosting a Teen Summer Programs Fair on January 21 for 7 pm to 9 pm.