Apparel, drinkware and other items featuring the iconic Princeton Public Library logo are now available for purchase in our store. Proceeds from the sale of library-branded items support collection and programming development.
High-quality, engaging video tutorials taught by industry experts in multiple languages. Topics include business, design, coding, technology, marketing, film, photography and education.
Story times are a foundation of early learning and we offer multiple ways for children to benefit from the story time experience: on our YouTube Channel, with a Storytime at Home kit or in person. Details here.
The latest information about the COVID-19 vaccines, including availability, vaccination sites and transportation to vaccination appointments, compiled by library staff from official sources.
- Community partner spotlight: Eating For Your HealthTo extend our community outreach, the library partners with the many municipal, non-profit, and business organizations that make Princeton such an extraordinary town. This month, we spoke with Marion Renson, executive director of Eating For Your Health (formerly The Suppers Program). The library has worked with this group for several years to help our community […] Read More Posted Jan 17, 2022 by Kim Dorman
- Tales and tailsAs writers, we are consistently drawing inspiration from and making connections to the events in our lives. Everyday interactions and momentous occasions can cause a ripple effect, leading us down a new path of adventure and wonderment. Over the past year or two, I’ve gotten married, earned a Master’s degree, purchased my first home and […] Read More Posted Jan 10, 2022 by Dana Treichler
- January top 5 for under 5We invite you to check out this month’s PPL Youth Services recommendations for activities, resources and new books in the library collection for children up to five years old and their families. Owl Babies StoryWalk “Owl Babies” written by Martin Waddell and illustrated by Patrick Benson celebrates its 30th year of publication in 2022. Take […] Read More Posted Jan 3, 2022 by Martha Liu