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Lights On Afterschool is a national day of recognition celebrating the importance of afterschool programming. Afterschool keeps kids safe, helps working families and inspires learning. In light of these tough economic times, it is critical that we raise our voices to make a case for after school! We hope that you can join us in this opportunity to build a united front of advocates for the importance of after school!
|October 18, 2012||Thurs.||4:30-6:00 pm|
|Princeton:||Community Park||Johnson Park||Montgomery:||Village Elementary||Orchard Hill||Rock Brook||Montgomery Middle Lower|
Our facility will be closed from 8/27 through 9/3 for our annual shut down. We are working on all the buildings in an effort to clean carpets and furniture; perform minor repairs; update painting; manage pool maintenance; and prepare our classrooms for the school year! We appreciate your patience as we reenergize our facility! Please note that the summer camp and childcare programs will remain open at this time. You may visit our Welcome Desk located in the pool building from Monday through Thursday from 7:30am to 8:00pm and Friday from 7:30am-6:00pm to register for our exciting fall session!
The facility will be closed on Saturday, 9/1, Sunday, 9/2 and Labor Day, 9/3 in observance of the holiday. The office and facility will re-open on Tuesday, 9/4.
The YWCA Princeton Proudly Announces the 2012 Tribute to Women Honorees:
Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey
President & CEO
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Waxwood Award Recipient:
Pina Albo, Munich Reinsurance America, Inc.
Nola Bencze, Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney, P.C.
Gloria Frederick, The Institute of Wonderful Women Working for Empowerment
Marilyn Grounds, Community Activist
Nancy Healey, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Central and South Jersey
Marlene Lao-Collins, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton
Ferris Olin, Rutgers University
Deborah Shepherd, Merrill Lynch
Denise Taylor, Great Looks 4 Less
Melissa Tenzer, CareersUSA
Jane Kelly & Linda Richter
Our facility will be closed from 8/28 through 9/5 for our annual shut down. We are working on all three buildings in an effort to clean carpets and furniture; perform minor repairs; update painting; manage pool maintenance; add two new child bathrooms; and prepare our classrooms for the school year! We appreciate your patience as we reenergize our facility! Please note that the summer camp and childcare programs will remain open at this time. You may visit our registration office from Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm to register for our exciting fall session!
The registration office will be closed on Saturday, 9/3, Sunday, 9/4 and Labor Day, 9/5 in observance of the holiday. The office and facility will re-open on Tuesday, 9/6.
Please note that our Child Safety ID Day will be held on Saturday, September 10th from 9:30am to 2:30pm. Please do not hesitate to call our Registration Office at 609-497-2100 for more information.
The YWCA Princeton will host a free Child Safety ID Day on Saturday, September 10th, 2011, from 9:30 to 2:30 pm in the main building.
The event is open to the public and sponsored by New York Life Insurance Company of Edison, NJ.
Members and non-members are invited to attend.New York Life Insurance of Edison and the YWCA will provide free child identification kits that include all the tools parents and legal guardians need to preserve a complete record of their child. The kit includes a photo of the child, fingerprints, and a physical description of the child. In addition to the free identification kits, attendees are invited to watch scheduled judo classes from 8:00am-10:00am and to learn more about the YWCA’s fall programs aimed to help one promote, protect, and prosper.
The Princeton Borough Police Department will also present a Child Safety lecture in the morning.
Who doesn't want to spend spring break doing cook things, laughing, and having a blast with friends? Register your K-5th grader early as spaces do fill. They'll have access to lots of activities throughout the week including sports, arts and crafts, the swimming pool, special guests, and much more! Read more...
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YWCAs of Trenton and Princeton collaborate to form
Racial Justice Institute - click here for more details.
PACF funding enables organizations to address community/workplace injustices.
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Thank you for your interest in the 27th annual Tribute to Women Awards Dinner. We are no longer accepting online registration for the event. Please call 609-497-2100, ext. 333 to determine if tickets are still available.
The YWCA Princeton is proud to co-sponsor the upcoming one-woman show "I Am Domestic Violence" written by and featuring Wambui Bahati. Interestingly, Wambui first created the show in 1998 at the request of one of our sister YWs. It was intended to be a one-time event but demand for the show has made it a regular item in Wambui's portfolio. Read more...
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The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued H1N1 guidance for preschool and child care facilities. The information is posted in both English and Spanish – see links below: Read more...