PRINCETON — The Princeton Public Library announced that it is still seeking responses to the survey that was distributed in its late January newsletter. For those who no longer have the survey (or did not receive one), surveys — as well as the newsletter — may be downloaded from the library website at www.theprincetonlibrary.org or may be picked up at the Princeton Public Library circulation desk.
Registration for the spring Dr. Seuss-themed children’s reading program will begin on Monday and continue through Wednesday. The registration deadline for the library’s fourth annual art show, “The Architecture of Art” is March 8. Entry forms and information are available at the circulation desk.
Upcoming programs for March will include Monday movie nights in honor of Women’s History Month and Dr. Seuss’s birthday and, on Tuesday, at 6:30 p.m., a papercraft workshop on Japanese Bookmark Dolls (shiori ningyo) as well as some seasonal origami folds (these crafts are appropriate for ages 9 and up).
All programs at the library are free and open to all. The library is located at 698 E. Peru St. in Princeton.