43rd ANNIVERSARY OF SANTA TO FLY INTO PRINCETON AIRPORT CHRISTMAS EVE DAY 

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Forty-three years ago, the idea of having Santa fly into the Princeton Airport for the local children to experience was brought to life by the Nierenberg family, owners of the Princeton Airport. Throughout the years, this has evolved into a wonderful annual event for the families in our community. The tradition continues this year on … Continued

Thinking of Moving Closer to Your Grandkids?

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If you’re thinking of relocating to be closer to the grandkids, you’re not alone. These days, families are more geographically separate than ever before and it’s not unusual for adult children to settle a significant distance away from their parents. It’s natural to want to live closer to your grandchildren, but there are a few … Continued

Thanksgiving Weekend Events in New Jersey

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Top Things to Do on Thanksgiving Weekend By Pam Teel Thanksgiving occurs on the last weekend in November in the fall season when the weather is mild enough to enjoy an outdoor activity or to get a head start on the holiday season. Here are a few fun things to do during the holiday season. … Continued

Color-a-Thon

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The Millstone Township PTO & PTSA are gearing up its fourth annual Color-a-Thon on Saturday, October 6, 2018! The event will take place at the Millstone Township Middle School located at 5 Dawson Court. Participants can walk, run or dance through a 2.5 mile course and get color-blasted in safe, eco-friendly, plant based powdered dye … Continued

Apple Days Harvest Festivals at Terhune Orchards

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7 Fun Filled Weekends Sept. 15 – Oct. 28, 10 am-5-pm For over 40 seasons, Terhune Orchards has held festivals to celebrate our abundant apple harvest. Over the years as our family continues to grow, we also have planted new varieties in the apple orchards. Our enthusiasm for everything apples continues to grow bigger and … Continued

Keep Your Kids Safe in and Around the Water This Summer

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By YMCA of Western Monmouth County There is a list of basic life skills all parents instinctively know they must teach their children to keep them safe and healthy. It includes habits like looking both ways before crossing the street, washing your hands with soap and water and eating the right amount of fruits and … Continued

When Your Spouse Dislikes the Mouse

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By: Dawn Gunther       It’s hard for us Disney Fans to imagine that there are people out there that don’t like Disney. We all know that a Disney vacation promises to be full of entertainment, excitement, and adventure and they ALWAYS deliver. With commercials that boast about memories that will last a lifetime: who … Continued

How to Father a Teen

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By Lauren Kolacki Children need to be both nurtured and disciplined. Many times, in a family, one parents tend to be the nurturer while the other lays down the law. This may work in correlation to your family structure but it is not always healthy. If you constantly must be the “bad cop” your children … Continued

How to Deal with Difficult Family Members

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By Pam Teel Do you have a family member you just can’t deal with and you just don’t know how to handle the things he/she says and does? Well, there is hope. Knowing how to approach a difficult family member, what to say and what to do, can help you finally stop dreading every interaction … Continued

The 2018 Closet Purge

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By: Nicole Iuzzolino 2018 has finally come, which means it is time to purge of anything old and unwanted. Every new year is always a great time to get rid of anything that you just do not wear any longer. It is time to get rid of the old and fill your closet with the … Continued