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Reach us by telephone: 609.924.7108

Construction is underway on the remodeling of the bathrooms at the Suzanne Patterson Building.
Everyone is advised to use the restrooms at the Municipal Building across the courtyard for the duration of the project, which is estimated to be completed on or about Friday, July 8.
 While we regret the inconvenience, we're certain you'll agree the new facilities will be worth the wait! 


The printed edition of the July/August PSRC Newsletter contains errors
on the  Evergreen Forum Fall 2016 course list (pp. 6 & 7.) 
To ensure everyone receives the correct information,
the customary Evergreen Forum Fall Brochure will be included along with
 a mailed copy of the PSRC July/August Newsletter.
Registration for Fall 2016 classes begins Tuesday, July 26.

The electronic version of the newsletter list has been corrected,

and you may view it by

We extend our apologies, and sincerely regret the errors.

For information on sponsoring or attending our spectacular
Fall 2016 Fundraising Event with the CAPITOL STEPS
at Princeton University's Richardson Auditorium on September 30th
please click on the



All programs and events are free and are held in the
Suzanne Patterson Building unless otherwise indicated.

The Suzanne Patterson Building will be closed for
semi-annual floor re-sealing

Thursday, June 30 through Monday July 4.

You may recall that two years ago PSRC facilitated Princeton’s being designated by the World Health Organization and AARP as an “age-friendly community.” We are proud to be the first in New Jersey, and to join 92 other communities across the U.S. as well as hundreds worldwide that are making a commitment to ensuring that our communities are great places to live throughout the lifespan. We’ve just achieved the second milestone in this process, compiling a report on the findings from focus groups and a plan for making improvements. The task group identified three priority areas: housing, transportation, and communications. Many people are concerned that they can’t afford to live in Princeton, and that there isn’t sufficient affordable housing convenient to town amenities. They are also concerned about how to navigate around town when they can no longer drive. All discussions revealed that many residents are not familiar with existing resources or where to find them, and that there are currently many formats for communicating information but no clear single path. The final goal identified is to support being a multi-generational community by strengthening neighborhood groups. Many of the strategies connect with projects already underway in Princeton. The report has been accepted by the Princeton Council and you may read the plan in its entirety by clicking here.

Drop in every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. for a lively discussion! For the first 15 minutes we watch a TED Talk, then we discuss it. No fee. Discussions are facilitated by Helen Burton.
For more background, visit

July 5 ~ Kathryn Schulz: On being wrong
July 12 ~ Adam Driver: Why I bring theater to the military
July 19 ~ Rufus Griscom & Alisa Volkman: Let’s talk parenting taboos
July 26 ~
 Ken Jennings: Watson, Jeopardy and me, the obsolete know-it-all 

No TED Talks in August.

Tuesdays from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
 Fridays from 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon

Bring your questions and issues or just come to learn something on our computers, or on your own laptop or tablet. Our patient, compassionate volunteers will be happy to help you. Just drop in!

Every Wednesday  at 1:00 p.m., all summer.

On V.E. Day in 1945, as peace dawns in Europe, Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret are allowed out to join the celebrations. Havoc ensues. (97 minutes)

No fee; please let us know you plan to attend so we know to expect you, by calling 609.924.7108.

For a complte listing of the summer film schedule, please click on the Newsletter at the top left of this page.

A collaboration between Progression Physical Therapy of Princeton and PSRC.
Join this national movement to get America walking! People all across the country are jumping on board. Get on the path to good health today!

*    Check the website for a complete list of dates
     & sites.

*    Meet at the walk site, no sign up required.
*    Average walk takes 30 minutes.
*    Attend any or all of the walking sessions.
*    Walking sticks and canes are welcome; some walking paths
     accommodate walkers and wheelchairs!

*    We will walk under cover when necessary, but will strive to be outside to      enjoy the beautiful Princeton community.
*    A staff member from Progression PT goes on each walk.

Regular walking helps reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, as well as boosts self-esteem and improves sleep. 30 minutes a day spent walking can lead to benefits like reduced body fat, lower bad cholesterol and blood pressure, increased energy,and reducing the risk of chronic diseases like diabetes, cancer, and heart disease. Let us help you get into a regular 30-minutes a day walking program for overall health benefits!


For in-depth information about all the programs, groups, activities and resources we offer, please click on our Newsletter at left.

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45 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ 08540
Suzanne Patterson Building 609-924-7108
Spruce Circle 609-252-2362
Suzanne Patterson Building 9AM-5:00PM
Spruce Circle 10:00AM-4:00PM,
Every Weekday Unless Otherwise Noted