Thanks for stopping by PrincetonKIDS! Our goal is to help busy families and child care givers by bringing local resources, volunteer opportunities, and community events and activities for all ages directly to your fingertips. Discover what’s great about our community - everything from visiting the New Jersey State Museum to storytime at the Princeton Public Library - we are “keeping parents in the know and kids on the go!"
The parade starts at 10am on the corner of Princeton Ave. and Nassau St. and goes to Princeton Monument Hall (1 Monument Drive or 45 Stockton St. in Princeton). Please join us for a short ceremony at the hall at 11am. Veterans are encouraged to be in the paradeView Complete Calendar
Living history events will be held throughout the day. The Battle of Princeton was a critical turning point in the American Revolution. With muskets and cannon, there will be tactical formations and drills, and a combined arms assault re-enactment of the two-phased battle, with marching, loading, and firing volleys.Bring the family to see a typical American Revolution military camp with cooking and other domestic activities of camp followers. The camp will be set up in the morning and struck after 4pm. For Kids there will be “Young Patriots March” Presentations will explain uniforms, weapons and tactics. Visit the iconic Thomas Clarke House. A historic treasure, constructed circa 1772. Thomas Clarke and his sisters were present during the battle on January 3, 1777.View Complete Calendar
Starting and ending at the West Windsor Arts Center, join us for a 1-mile fun walk. The ArtWalk will feature a costume contest, art activities, games, a family picnic, music, and more! Your registration includes swag bag, water, 4 art activities, and completion certificate. Come dressed as your favorite artwork or artist and try to win a prize! Walk our route and pick up craft items along the way. We will keep everyone motivated and moving as they complete our 1-mile course. Return to the Arts Center to get your walk certificate, make your crafts, eat your picnic lunch under tents, and groove to the music. Raindate June 2. Proceeds from the ArtWalk support the WWAC’s education programs benefiting young children, teens, and adults, as well as multidisciplinary arts programming for the community, free of charge whenever possible.View Complete Calendar
Thy quest for a unique and playful entertainment experience for thy family is upon thee! Come to the New Jersey Renaissance Faire at Liberty Lake and spend the day frolicking in a land before phones were invented and electricity for that matter! Explore the Faire village where ye shall find all types of dwellers, from Merchants (over 50 of them!), Entertainers, and Peasants, to Court Nobles and jousting Knights!View Complete Calendar
Mercer County is a richly diverse community, and celebrates its heritage through the annual Cultural Festival in Mercer County Park. The FREE one-day festival features live performances of music and dance, as well as traditional art demonstrations showcasing many diverse cultures.View Complete Calendar
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