Memorial Day Parade:  Saturday, May 27th.  The parade starts at 10am on the corner of Princeton Ave. and Nassau St. and goes to Princeton Monument Hall  (1 Monument Drive or 45 Stockton St. in Princeton).  Please join us for a short ceremony at the hall at 11am. 
Veterans are encouraged to be in the parade.  E-mail Mark Freda, (SOP Vice Chair / Media / PRfor more information.  Open to all. 

Flag Day Princeton's Flag Day Ceremony is 
Wednesday, June 14th, at noon on the plaza at Princeton Witherspoon Hall, 400 Witherspoon Street, Princeton.
 Please contact us about American flags to be properly retired, 
or bring them to the event.  Area schools encouraged to attend. 
Open to all.

Veterans Day:  Spirit of Princeton joins Princeton University in its Veterans Day Celebration at University Chapel on Friday, Nov. 11, at 9 a.m. A wreath laying will happen at the All Wars Monument at 11am.

PLEASE NOTE:  The Spirit of Princeton is no longer hosting the 
annual fireworks show.  We sincerely apologize for any 
upset and appreciate your understanding. 
Spirit of Princeton

For questions or media inquires please contact:  Mark Freda, (SOP Vice Chair / Media / PR). 

Supporting the Spirit of Princeton:

The Spirit of Princeton Fund is a fund of the 
Princeton Area Community Foundation (PACF).  
Please send your tax-deductible donation, payable to PACF/Spirit of Princeton Fund, to:  

Princeton Area Community Foundation
15 Princess Road
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
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The Spirit of Princeton is a charitable, non-partisan community committee dedicated to bringing the community together in civic pride through the organization and sponsorship
 of community events. The committee consists of the 
following area residents and officials:

Mark Freda, Co-chair
Kam Amirzafar, AEP, CFP, Co-chair

Pam Hersh
Bob Swierczek
Lorraine Simbala
Chris Ieva 
Michael Rodos
Roger Williams
Dr. Teena Cahill, Psy.D

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