Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXIV, No. 43
 
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
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It’s New to Us by Jean Stratton


LESSONS IN LEARNING: “The idea of Chyten is very solution-focused. We specialize in private one-on-one tutoring, but we also have small classes.” Kathy Robins, co-owner of Chyten Educational Services of Pennington, looks forward to helping students achieve their academic potential.

Chyten Educational Services of Pennington Offers Private Tutoring and Test Preparation

Jean Stratton

“Learning how to learn” can provide skills that will last a lifetime. Motivating a student to enjoy learning and to hone his or her intellectual curiosity is truly a gift that keeps on giving.

And, more immediately, with college acceptance more competitive than ever, students need all the tools at their disposal.


DYNAMIC DIALOGUE: “I love dialogue. My belief is in the power of a good conversation to alter one’s thinking and our being in the world. We all know when we’ve had a great conversation that has elevated and enriched us.” Roberta Pughe, co-owner of Camillo’s Cafe, is enthusiastic about the new Artists’ Apiary, a Sunday series of brunches and dialogue with area artists.

Artists’ Apiary, A Sunday Series in Princeton, Has Opened at Camillo’s Cafe in the “Salone”

Jean Stratton

An artists’ salon has arrived in Princeton!

Creativity will be on display once a month on Sunday at Camillo’s Café in the Princeton Shopping Center. And it is not just in the kitchen! The work of area artists will be exhibited in the Café’s private “salone”.


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