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Social Village @ Princeton Speech Language & Learning Center


Social Village at Princeton Speech Language & Learning Center is a fun and welcoming environment where kids 8 - 23 with social challenges can get together with like-minded peers to enjoy clubs and engaging activities. Activities include Minecraft, art, anime, tabletop games, Pokémon, indoor/ outdoor recess games and more. Social Thinking® and executive functioning skills are infused into a fun experience. We facilitate social connections among members in a safe and nonjudgmental atmosphere and provide kids with varying social challenges including ADHD, Asperger’s, high-functioning autism, non-verbal learning disabilities, social anxiety, and kids that just haven’t found their “niche”. Social Village is open on Friday evenings from 6:30 – 9:00PM and on Sundays from 1-5PM. For pricing and info contact Terri Rossman at or call 609-924-7080.

South Jersey Athletic Club

P.O. Box 563 Haddonfield NJ 08033


The Moms Club of Plainsboro

     Clubs     Clubs & Support Groups     Support Services  

The Moms Club of Titusville & Hopewell


     Clubs     Clubs & Support Groups     Support Services  

The Princeton Battlefield Society

P.O. Box 7645 Princeton NJ 08543


     Clubs     Historic Preservation     Historical Sights  

The Women’s College Club of Princeton

P. O. Box 3181 Princeton NJ 08540


     Clubs     Educational  

Trenton Club

479 West State Street Trenton NJ 08618


Trenton Kennel Club

4 Wilmor Drive East Windsor NJ 08520


     Breeders & Kennels     Clubs  

Trenton Ski Club

     Clubs     Recreation  

University Outing Club


West Windsor Flying Club


Young Professionals in Healthcare


YWCA Princeton


The YWCA Princeton received its charter in 1922; since then, we have been bringing our mission of Eliminating Racism and Empowering Women to life. We strive to meet the changing needs of our diverse community through: an After School Program for more than 500 local children at five school sites; our English as a Second Language department, that teaches English and life skills to immigrants from various socio-economic backgrounds; The Breast Cancer Resource Center, that provides information and support services to more than 5,000 women annually; our Child Care Center at Valley Road School, that provides English-language and social skill development, specifically to low-income and Latino children. We also offer many adapted classes for those with mental and physical challenges, adult education classes, an aquatics program, arts & crafts, fitness and martial arts for women, and a dance program for children and adults. Financial assistance is available.

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