WHAT'S HAPPENING IN
WEST WINDSOR & PLAINSBORO
West Windsor Farmer's Market
The Farmer's Market is held rain or shine every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. until Thanksgiving. In addition to live musical performances, events next month include the annual amateur peach pie contest Saturday, August 15. Two weeks later on Saturday, August 29, is the second Food Writer and Photographer Panel. The discussion brings together food writers, bloggers, and photographers to discuss the joys of eating, living, and writing food.
Next issue of WWP News: August 7, 2015.
LATEST NEWS FROM WW-P
Schools: Exciting summer news: the School Board approved a bond refunding ordinance to attain a net reduction of debt service.
West Windsor: The Environmental Commission released draft of the Climate Action Plan to reduce the township's greenhouse gas emissions. The township also announced the acquisition of Twin W's Everett Drive facility for $700,000. In political news, the Republican-affiliated slate has announced its three candidates, and Council President Bryan Maher will not seek a second term.
Plainsboro: The Plainsboro Public Library Foundation has received a $7,500 donation that will benefit the library's summer program. Princeton Forrestal Village, the Plainsboro-based mixed-used complex, is the donor and the title sponsor of the Mayor's Cup 2015 Golf Scramble, which will be held Monday, September 21.
IN WEST WINDSOR AND PLAINSBORO
The Jersey Mikes Mets won the West Windsor Little League Majors playoffs on June 13. Pictured left to right are Timothy Roberts, Kevin Cao, Carter Mudgett, Ryan Desalvo, Aaron Kats, Ryan Kats, Andrew Van Dusen, Joe Lillywhite, Caleb Kempler, Rex Sapienza, Owen Birkland, and coaches Eric Lasky and Matt Kempler.