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Age Group: Teens


International Tabletop Day 2019


Come out for a full day of fun and games at the Princeton Public Library for International Tabletop Day. This a great chance to meet new people and play new games. The library will be featuring classic easy-to-learn games and also having demonstrations all day for anyone looking to learn a new game. Tables will […]


Library Live at Labyrinth: Winona Guo and Priya Vulchi


Library Live at Labyrinth Presents Winona Guo and Priya Vulchi for the book launch of  Tell Me Who You Are: Sharing Our Stories of Race, Culture, and Identity “If you want to have richer, more fruitful discussions about race, gender, and all the things that comprise our identities, this book will give you a necessary […]


Princeton Wheels Rodeo


The 8th annual Princeton Wheels Rodeo an opportunity for children to learn the rules of the road and how to be a safe cyclist. Participants will navigate a marked course (bike helmet required), learn the proper way to wear their helmet, learn hand signals and how to safely cross the street with a bike. Other […]


SōSI Concert


Students participating in Sō Percussion’s Summer Institute perform. The Sō Percussion’s Summer Institute is an intensive two-week music seminar for college-age percussionists and composers. The four members of Sō Percussion serve as faculty in rehearsals and performances. This concert will feature new works composed during the institute as well as percussion pieces commissioned from past […]


Friday Feature Film: “Storm Boy”


Based on the beloved Australian children’s book by Colin Thiele, “Storm Boy” is the story of a young boy growing up on the beautiful but uninhabited coastline of Southern Australia who forms a close bond with three orphaned pelicans he rescues and raises. Finding himself at odds with his fisherman father, the boy’s life takes […]


Friday Feature Film: “Fighting With My Family”


This biographical comedy-drama tells the story of English WWE champion Raya Knight who grew up in a professional wrestling family and uprooted herself as a teenager to pursue WWE glory in Los Angeles. PG-13. 1 hour, 50 minutes.


Afternoons with Austen: “Emma” (1996)


Enjoy a cup of tea and a film adaptation of a Jane Austen novel on Wednesday afternoons this summer when the library presents Afternoons with Austen. For true Austen fanatics, “Addicted to Austen” calling cards will be distributed at each screening to be stamped by staff. Those who attend three or more screenings will be […]


Afternoons with Austen: “Love & Friendship” (2016)


Enjoy a cup of tea and a film adaptation of a Jane Austen novel on Wednesday afternoons this summer when the library presents Afternoons with Austen. For true Austen fanatics, “Addicted to Austen” calling cards will be distributed at each screening to be stamped by staff. Those who attend three or more screenings will be […]


Afternoons with Austen: “Sense and Sensibility” (1995)


Enjoy a cup of tea and a film adaptation of a Jane Austen novel on Wednesday afternoons this summer when the library presents Afternoons with Austen. For true Austen fanatics, “Addicted to Austen” calling cards will be distributed at each screening to be stamped by staff. Those who attend three or more screenings will be […]


Woodstock 50th Anniversary Tribute Concert


Local bands and singers from the Einstein Alley Musician’s Collaborative  perform highlights from Woodstock on the same weekend of the original concert 50 years ago. Bring a lawn chair and a picnic dinner, wear your tie-dye and enjoy the music that defined an era at this family-friendly event.   Co-sponsored by the Einstein Alley Musician’s […]

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