5 Things To Do This Weekend in Princeton


Treat your little witches and goblins to an action packed Halloween weekend in the Princeton area. Head over to Quaker Bridge Mall for their Boo Bash or catch a Not So Spooky movie featuring Curious George. This weekend there will plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy. Be sure to use hashtag your pictures #njmom when sharing on social media.

1.Halloween at the Y!
A Spook-tacular family event! This year’s franken-tastic event will include: trunk ‘r treat (Ghoulish parking-lot trick or treating!), spooky trail (Beware! Keep out! Danger! Caution!), carnival games and bounce house (Happy Haunting!)
59 Paul Robeson Place Princeton, NJ
Friday, October 30, 3015 at 6PM

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2.Quakerbridge Mall Kidgits Mall-o-Ween
Join Quaker Bridge Mall for trick-or-treating, crafts, and giveaways!
150 Quaker Bridge Mall Lawrenceville, New Jersey
Saturday, October 31, 2015 at 1PM
Cost: Free

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3.4th Annual Halloween Spooktacular at the New Jersey State Museum
Saturday, October 31, 2015 at 10:00AM-3:00PM
Celebrate Halloween with a day of fun activities at the museum, including a children’s costume contest, stage show, and free Planetarium show
205 West State Street Trenton, NJ
Cost: Free


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4.Not So Spooky Movie Night
Friday, October 30, 2015 at 6:00PM
We are going to be having a not so spooky movie night. We will be watching Curious George’s Halloween movie, and enjoying popcorn.
3521 RT 1, Princeton, NJ 08540
Cost: Free (Call 609-919-1720 to RSVP)

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5. Trunk or Treat at Dragonfly’s 2nd Annual Halloween Roundup
Looking for a special event? You’ve come to the right place. There will be laughter. And there will be fun with trunk-a-treat, games and giveaways! Halloween costumes are encouraged.
966 Kuser Rd, Hamilton, New Jersey 08619
Cost: Free


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Living the mommy life in Mercer County, Chelsea can be found daily chasing down her 3 year old son, or trying to keep her 6 month old daughter from getting her hands on everything in sight. When not studying Marketing at Rider University, Chelsea loves to get her children out of the house to all the many parks, festivals, and orchards Mercer County offers. If any free time happens to fall upon Chelsea’s lap, she enjoys reading Stephen King novels, trying new cooking recipes and catching up on episodes of Food Network’s hit show, Chopped. Being able to have the opportunity to write for NJ Mom is an honor for her because she knows how difficult it can be to find something for the whole family to enjoy, so it is awesome that everything you need is right in one place!