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Phone: (609) 497-2100
YWCA Princeton Established in 1922, the YWCA Princeton is a local not-for-profit organization with thousands of women, men, children and families as members. It serves Mercer County and central NJ through educational and recreational classes, social services, advocacy, and leadership development. Programs include summer camps, aquatics, arts and crafts, breast cancer resources, community events, dance, early childhood education, English as a second language, gymnastics, martial arts, American Red Cross and lifeguard certification classes, Newcomers Club for those new to the area, and its Women%u2019s Group. The YWCA is the oldest and largest multicultural women's organization in the world.
The YWCA Princeton in partnership with the Alice Paul Institute, a new series is launching with its first boot camp scheduled for girls 13-17 years of age titled, "Alice Paul: Leadership Begins With Me." Open to the public on the evening of March 15th, 2012.
For those who enjoy multi-cultural experiences, are curious, or planning a visit to India, this new four-week seminar is for you. Immerse yourself in India's culture from its rich history and contributions to the world, from its delightful foods to colorful clothing, all will be covered in this unqiue seminar open to teens and adults alike at the YWCA Princeton.
Join us at the YWCA Princeton's 29th TRIBUTE TO WOMEN AWARDS DINNER on March 1, 2012, at the Hyatt Regency Princeton where we will honor ten extraordinary women who have made significant contributions in their professions and the community.
Highly recognized, juried craft show featuring fine artisans and crafters to partipate in Crafters' Marketplace in Princeton. An annual favorite for families, groups, and friends for 38 years. Wide array of fine-crafted merchandise and price points.
We seek to honor women at our 29th Awards Dinner, Tribute to Women, who have made significant contributions to the greater Princeton/Central NJ community or who have paved the way for women today in the areas of career, community service, and philanthropy.