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Phone: 609-924-7108

Gala Dinner

Heads Up!

Save the Date

We're holding a raffle

to benefit PSRC

with only 100 tickets

at $100 each!

The winner may choose

any one 

of the items slated for

our live auction.

Click here for the 


Auction Items!

The raffle will be held at 6:00 p.m. at PSRC's Gala.

The winner must be present OR available by telephone

at the time of the drawing.

To get your raffle ticket, click on the Gala Button at left

or  call our office: 609.924.7108.


Only 50 tickets left!





     All programs are held at the Suzanne Patterson Building             45 Stockton Street, Princeton, unless otherwise indicated.


On the front page of our October PSRC Newsletter, the day of the Special Speaker Series on the US - Iran Nuclear Deal is incorrectly listed as Tuesday. The correct day is FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23 at 1:00 p.m. (as it appears on the newsletter calendar, page 11.) We regret the error.

If you don't already have a parking pass, please bring your licence plate number into the office so we can issue a pass for you to leave on your dashboard.


Friday, October 9 at 12 noon

Life Insurance and Social Security Investments

with Mark LaFranco, Prudential Insurance Company

Did you know:

  • Americans are living, on average, 7 years longer now than in the previous generation?
  • The odds are 50 -50  that one person in a couple will live to be age 90?
  • The first person to live to age 150 is alive today?

Learn how deferring Social Security income increases the benefit AND any cost of living adjustment on it,  and increases benefits to your surviving spouse. The sooner we start saving, the greater our benefits will be.

Our Lunch and Learn programs are always free. Bring a brown bag lunch; dessert and beverages will be provided. Please call to reserve a space 609.924.7108.


           If  you're coming in for an Evergreen class,

it's also a great time to get your

ticket - just ask at the front desk! We're only selling 100, for $100 apiece ~ and the winner may choose ANY ONE of the Live Auction items (you can see the item descriptions on the posters in the gym at the Suzanne Patterson Building).

All proceeds benefit PSRC.    


Every Tuesday at 10:00  we watch at TED Talk then we discuss it. The program is free; discussions are facilitated by Helen Burton. 

The upcoming topics are:

October 13  ~  Alan Eustace: I leapt from the stratosphere. Here's how I did it

October 20  ~  Guy Winch: Why we all need to practice emotional first aid

October 27 ~  Moshe Safdie: Building uniqueness

For more background, visit Please let us know if you plan to attend by calling: 609.924.7108.


Tuesdays 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Fridays, 10:00 to 12 noon

Free one-on-one help in our lab; use our desktop computers or bring your own laptop, tablet, iPad etc. and your questions. Our skilled volunteers will help you with your computer issues.

All computer classes and labs are held at the Suzanne Patterson Building


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45 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ 08540
Suzanne Patterson Building 609-924-7108
Spruce Circle 609-252-2362
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Spruce Circle 10:00AM-4:00PM,
Every Weekday Unless Otherwise Noted

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