Following the 2019 Women’s March on New Jersey, YWCA Princeton will be hosting a community forum on sexual assault and gender-based violence, to continue the conversation on women’s rights. In this forum, we will discuss the issues of violence against women, and how we can enhance male allyship to combat them.
Join panelists Michael Leonardi, Alison Daks, Jean Semelfort and Judy Hutton. Light refreshments will be provided. This event is free and parking will be available.
Join us Friday, January 25th at Witherspoon Grill for Pink Drink Night! A portion of each specialty pink drink sold this night will be donated to the Breast Cancer Resource Center. This event is the kick-off party before their annual Pink Pearl Night – an eight course seafood experience, which also benefits the Breast Cancer Resource Center. We hope to see you there!
They put their true love of food and their incredible creativity into this amazing evening. For more details or to purchase tickets, click here.
Please join YWCA Princeton’s Newcomers and Friends Club for the first Friday with Friends of the 2018-2019 session. This is a fantastic opportunity to meet old and new friends after a relaxing summer and to be reacquainted with Newcomers and Friends activity offerings. New members will be able to sign up for the Club, learn about the various interest groups and join the ones that best suits their interest. A tasty buffet lunch will be offered at $10.00 per person.
What we eat and how we prepare our food have a big impact on our health, and can work with our body to remove illness and promote radiant vitality. Each Eat Better, Live Better class will focus on a nutrition topic of specific relevance to breast cancer patients and survivors. Watch as mouth-watering dishes are prepared and the nutritional benefits are explained, then enjoy a delicious meal. No need to bring anything except your curiosity and appetite!
Anthony Dissen, MPH, MA, RDN is a health educator and community wellness dietitian focusing on plant-based nutrition and integrative health. He works as an Instructor of Health Sciences at Stockton University and serves as an Integrative Dietitian at CentraState Medical Center. Anthony holds a Masters degree in Holistic Health Studies from Georgian Court University and a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
The materials fee for each class is $15. You may register for individual classes or the entire series.
Preference will be given to breast cancer patients and survivors, but caregivers may register if space is available.
Fathers and daughters are invited to enjoy an evening the old-fashioned way at the YWCA Princeton. Dads, be prepared to sweep your daughter(s) off their feet. Grandpas, uncles, or significant others are also welcome to join in the fun!
Come dressed in formal wear, and enjoy the evening with Valentine’s Day cookies, juice and candy treats, in a fun and heart-warming way!
In observance of Staff Development Day, children enrolled in the After School Program at Lawrence Township schools will spend the day at Lawrence Intermediate School.
* Date subject to change based on the school district.