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!"
It's been a pleasure serving our community over the past decade. As our children have been growing up and moving on to new adventures, so are we. Anyone interested in continuing the work of PrincetonKIDS should contact firstname.lastname@example.orgView Complete Calendar
The Missing Tiger: A Sherlock Holmes Virtual Escape Room. The (digital) game is afoot! We are delighted to present a virtual escape room for kids that can be completed from the comfort of your couch. A tiger has escaped from the London Zoo, and Sherlock Holmes needs your help to find it. Ready to begin your investigation? Click here: https://sites.google.com/view/themissingtiger/home
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Neighbors once called Howell Farm the “ice farm" because they could buy ice from the pond to keep their milk cool on the way to the train station on Pleasant Valley Road. In late January, visitors to the farm will learn about the tools and technology that made ice harvesting a successful business at the turn of the 20th century, and try their hand at using an ice saw out on the pond. Visitors can also help pull ice blocks up the ramp to the ice house, chip ice for ice cream, and make an ice candle to take home!View Complete Calendar
With map in hand, make your way around the Watershed Reserve in search of clues to find Wally the Woodchuck. This program is part treasure hunt, part nature hike and plenty of imaginative fun. Meet the naturalists, try your hand at chucking wood with a catapult or trebuchet, and search for groundhog holes on this festive winter morning. Each group will remain together, practicing social distancing. Dress for the weather and wear your hiking boots as we celebrate winter and look forward to the return of spring. Ages 5 and up. In-person program. Masks, social distancing, and adult attendance required.View Complete Calendar
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Want to know what local businesses and schools are up to in your area? We'll keep you posted with a "Shout Out" as soon as we hear about special concerts and performances, registrations and discounts, Grand Openings and anything ideal for your family.
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