3 events for May 26
  • 4:00pm - 5:00pm

    Children can learn to play and practice chess at these weekly drop-in sessions led by Princeton High School Chess members David Hua, Amnon Attali and Alice Dong.


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  • Batter up

    As a fan of the Philadelphia Athletics, I highly recommend a book I read recently,  Peter Schilling's  "The End of Baseball." Now, you might be thinking, "Philadelphia Athletics?" Yes, I am an A's fan, because from their founding until 1954, the Athletics were based in my ancestral homeland, Philadelphia. They won seven penants and five World Series there and, until about 1948, Philadelphia was an American League city.

    Posted May 19 2015 - 1:45pm by TQuinn
  • Warm weather recreation in Princeton

    Now that lovely weather is drawing us outside en masse it's time to be reminded of the variety of outdoor recreation that Princeton offers. From walking to biking to hiking - even sitting still - there are plenty of opportunities to take a breath of fresh air and get lost in nature, locally!

    Posted May 15 2015 - 6:00am by egardiner
  • Library magic

    Have you ever wondered about the technology we use to check out the items you borrow from the library? Maybe these questions have crossed your mind: Is it a barcode scanner? Magic? Telekinesis? Witchcraft? The answer is actually RFID technology, which is short for “radio frequency identification.”  

    Posted May 11 2015 - 1:00pm by sberens
  • Expect joy

    There's a maternal buzz around the office. A trio of expectant moms who work at the library are all due to have their first child within the next few months. Shared stories, flashbacks and recognition from those of us who have been through the ups and downs of a first pregnancy fill the sporadic lulls of our office days. Certain life events are universal with cliches that ring true. "Your life will never be the same." "You won't believe how fast it goes." "You'll never know how much one heart can hold."

    Posted May 7 2015 - 6:00am by KFriberg