Let history come alive, explore local historic locations, learn and find hidden treasures like Indiana Jones. This is the most active FUN, FUN and more FUN group gaining skills and knowledge of outdoor adventures. Join us in camping, hiking, fishing, shooting sports and voyager canoe trips. Are you into it? Contact us and be part of the adventure. uwex.edu/ces/4h
Join the MOST active youth club and take a chance to make a difference in your life. It does not cost anything but your time. This priceless experience starts by joining 4-H here in Princeton. This is the truly FUN club for the whole family. Try 100% of different of different projects, helping you become leaders in this community and country. Come join us on our voyageur canoe trips. uwex.edu/ces/4h
The Friends of the Library is a service organization. We are always looking for new members to join this outstanding organization to help support the library. At the present time, we continue to raise funds for a much-needed addition.
The GFWC-Wisconsin Womanís Club of Princeton is a local volunteer community service organization, which promotes individual growth, provides education and training to enrich the quality of life. Meetings are held at the Princeton Senior Center, 212 S Howard St, on the first Tuesday of September, and the first Monday of October, November, December, March, April and May starting at 5p.m.
The PGC Meets nine times, March through December on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 12:30. It sponsors a 500.00 scholarship funded by the plant sale held in May and maintains the gardens and seasonal outside decorations at the Princeton Public Library among its many activities. New Members Welcome!
Dedicated to recording and dispensing knowledge of Princetonís past. Join us! Meetings: 1:30pm 3rd Monday of month; Workdays: 2nd & 4th Wednesday of month at 630 W. Water Street. Museums are open the third Saturday of June, July and Aug. from 10 am to 3 pm or by appointment. A place where the past is kept sacred.
The Lions Club focuses on helping the blind with eyeglass recycling, leader dogs and camps for the blind. On the local level, we provide scholarships, assist in youth programs and other community projects. Meetings are held the second and fourth Thursdays of the month at 6:30pm. New members are always welcome.
Visit, browse, and check out from a large collection of adult and childrenís materials including books on compact disc and Playaways (book & player in one small unit), music CDs, educational and interactive CD-ROMs, movies in DVD and VHS formats, 50+ magazines and state and local newspapers. Also available: free, high-speed and wireless Internet access; inexpensive photocopying and faxing; and educational and high-interest programs for people of all ages. Open Monday 9-6, Tuesday-Thursday 10-8, Friday 9-5 and Saturday 9-1. We are on Facebook!
Meetings: 4th Thursday of the month at 12noon with Potluck Luncheon. Center hours: 10:30am to 3:00pm Tuesday thru Friday. Age 50 and Over. Play cards, darts, pool, Wii games, treadmill, and bicycle. Join us and bring a guest. Center is also available for rent.