• In harmony with PSO

    Princeton Public Library began celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation in January with book discussions, film screenings and other programs that led up to a community commemoration with Pulitzer Prize-winning authors and historians James M.

    Tuesday, September 17, 2013 - 6:00am
    KDorman
  • An honor and a privilege

    An honor and a privilege

    This month, at the invitation of former President Leonel Fernandez, Princeton Environmental Film Festival Director Susan Conlon and I  participated in the Dominican Republic Environmental Film Festival (DREFF). We were part of a panel discussion called "Environmental Film: An Effective Tool for Eco Education" that included key players from environmental film festivals around the world.

    Monday, September 16, 2013 - 12:00am
    KDorman
  • In our neighborhood:PPL movie collection

    In our neighborhood:PPL movie collection

    How often do you go to a theater to see movies these days? Probably less than you did a few years ago. How many TV series do you watch episode-by-episode when they air “live?” We’re finding and consuming our film and broadcast entertainment in our own homes, or wherever we choose, at random and convenient times. Want to add to your mix of viewing options? Find out a bit more about the Princeton Public Library’s collection of over 14,000 feature films, TV series, world cinema movies, documentaries and kids’ movies.

    Friday, September 13, 2013 - 6:00am
    JPainter
  • John Searles, a sweet noontime treat

    John Searles, a sweet noontime treat

    Join us Wednesday, September 18 at noon for an appearance by exuberant, entertaining author John Searles, whose latest book, "Help for the Haunted," debuts September 17.

    Wednesday, September 11, 2013 - 12:55pm
    KFriberg
    authors, book, programs
  • Tech savvy or tech wannabe?

    Tech savvy or tech wannabe?

    Princeton Public Library has a new technology series beginning today, September 10th, continuing through the end of the year. During the next four months, a variety of classes have been scheduled from intro classes in Email and Facebook, to high tech Arduino and Raspberry Pi sessions, to classes for improving office skills such as Microsoft Excel for Mac and PowerPoint for Mac and many more.

    Tuesday, September 10, 2013 - 6:00am
    JHauge
  • Home, sweet home

    Home, sweet home

    As a child, nothing was more exciting to me than being invited over to a friend's house to play after school. Aside from it being a change of pace, with new toys, snacks, and conversation, what I always loved most about these occasions was seeing what my friends' homes looked like on the inside. It simply fascinated me to see the really big features - the layouts, the furnishings, the colors, the artwork - all the way down to the tiniest details, like if there were magnets on the refrigerator.

    Wednesday, September 4, 2013 - 6:00am
    EBess
    apps, interior design
  • Freegal music top 10

    Freegal music top 10

    It has been a full year since I posted a list of the most popular music CDs at the library. I still enjoy CDs (as many of you do, based on our circulation statistics) but I thought I would mix things up a bit and give you a snapshot from our music download website, Freegal.

    Monday, September 2, 2013 - 6:00am
    ALevie
    freegal, music
  • Waiting for Downton Abbey?

    Waiting for Downton Abbey?

    Love “Downton Abbey”? Wondering what you are going to be watching for the next few months until the next season begins in January? The library has a fairly extensive collection of British period dramas, some new and some old that will make the wait a bit easier. Many are BBC or Masterpiece Theatre productions; some are multi part series and others are shorter.

    Thursday, August 29, 2013 - 12:34pm
    GStratton
  • The power of play

    The power of play

    On any given day squeals of laughter can be heard coming from the newly refurbished “play” room in the Youth Services department. This magical room is one of the first stops that parents and caregivers make when bringing little ones to the library. Inside you’ll find a kitchen, interactive wall displays and even a yellow submarine.

    Thursday, August 29, 2013 - 7:00am
    ASantos
  • What will you read next?

    What will you read next?

    So you've just finished a wonderful book, or read the last in a great series, or maybe you've been lacking reading material for a while. In any event, the question is sure to arise: What will you read next?

    Tuesday, August 27, 2013 - 11:45am
    egardiner
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