Exceptional $19.99 Landau Gift!

For superb quality, for over 100 years (since 1955 in Princeton) Landau on Nassau Street has offered men and women hard-to-find cozy woolen imports from around the world.

This extraordinary scarf special is a perfect example. From Nenagh, County Tipperary, Ireland, just arrived, Landau’s special scarf purchase. Pure Merino wool or pure lambswool scarves, great for men and women. Over 150 different plaids and solids. Originally $80 and up, now $19.99!! Scarf special is available in store only. No internet, mail, or phone orders. Superb quality one size gift … for under $20.

The ideal business gift for all size budgets and all size people!

If you appreciate natural fibers, meticulous details, and prices that are more than competitive then Landau of Princeton quality is for you.

Landau, 102 Nassau Street, opposite the university in Princeton. 609-924-3494. www.landauprinceton.com.

Holiday Shopping at Terhune Orchards

Celebrate the holidays with local and fresh Jersey gifts. Terhune Orchards has a unique variety of gift boxes and baskets, all made with Terhune Orchards crisp, flavorful apples grown in our own orchard, our most popular baked goods, and wines from our vineyard.

A selection of Taste of New Jersey boxes and baskets include gourmet food items made here in the Garden State. These fantastic edible gifts may include Jersey Fresh honey, organic popcorn, artisan chocolates, savory cheese sticks as well as Terhune’s own baked goods and apples.

Terhune Orchards’ fresh and delicious Samplers are perfect gifts for a holiday host, a favorite teacher, colleagues, clients or anyone that you want to feel a little extra special during the holidays.

Place your orders to ship nationwide or be hand delivered locally in Princeton and Lawrenceville. Conveniently place your order online at shop.terhunrorchards.com or by calling 609-924-2310.

Terhune bakers have been busy; baking from scratch over twenty kinds of cookies and gingerbread treats. Gift boxes of cookies make wonderful gifts for coworkers, neighbors, teachers and anyone else you’d like to give some holiday cheer. Available in 1 and 2 pound boxes our holiday cookie assortments include seasonal favorites such as snickerdoodles, sugar cookies and gingersnaps and classics like chocolate chip, thin mints, Linzer tarts, raspberry thumbprints and Russian teacakes.

We also have fully baked, decorated and assembled gingerbread houses and kits to assemble and decorate at home.

The winery tasting room is open Friday – Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. Take a break from the season’s hustle and bustle to relax with a tasting flight or glass of our award winning red, white and fruit wines. On Sundays, enjoy live music from 1 to 4 p.m. Warm up with our hot cocoa kits or at the fire with our fun s’mores kits. Our wines can be shipped to wine lovers in New Jersey and Florida, picked up at the farm store seven days a week or delivered locally in Princeton and Lawrenceville.

Terhune Orchards, 330 Cold Soil Road, Lawrence. Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Open Christmas Eve to 2 p.m. 609-924-2310 or www.terhuneorchards.com.

Westminster: Give the Gift of Music

Westminster Conservatory, the community music school of Westminster College of the Arts of Rider University, offers music lessons and classes for all ages and stages of ability. Become part of the Westminster Conservatory family by enrolling now for private lessons in your choice of instruments, early childhood classes, music therapy sessions, music theater classes, group voice classes, coached and reading instrumental ensembles, or instrumental and choral performing ensembles.

We have programs in five locations: Princeton (Westminster Choir College and Princeton Academy); Lawrenceville; and South Brunswick, New Jersey; and Yardley, Pennsylvania (Bucks County).

Mark your calendars now for our special Holidays at Westminster concerts, featuring performances by both Westminster Choir College and Westminster Conservatory ensembles.

To learn more about Westminster Conservatory, call 609-921-7104 or check our website at www.rider.edu/conservatory.

Westminster Conservatory of Music, 101 Walnut Lane, Princeton. 609-921-7104 or www.rider.edu/conservatory.

Masa Sushi: A Gift for Your Taste Buds

Masa Sushi offers the best all you can eat sushi at the best price in the Princeton area, and we are sure to become one of your local favorites. Not only will you find exquisite fresh seafood, but we serve vegetarian and non-seafood entrees as well.

Call to make a reservation or just stop in for a great experience and food that is sure to wow! We also offer gift certificates for the holiday’s with a limited time offer of a free $15 gift card with your purchase of a $100 gift card. Offer expires December 31, 2019. We hope to see you soon!

Masa Sushi, 415 Nassau Park Boulevard, Princeton. 609-520-8883. www.masa8restaurant.com.

Dandelion: Gifts of Glamour

Lulu Designs is a team of talented artisans in Mill Valley, California. Together, they create original castings of the finest, sustainable sourced metals, fitting them with precious gemstones and working to create forever jewelry. Simple yet elegant, balancing color and shape and mixing metals.

Dandelion, 47 Palmer Square West, Princeton. www.­dan­de­lionjewelry.com. 609-921-0345.

Santa Flies into Princeton Airport

Forty-three years ago, the idea of having Santa fly into the Princeton Airport for the local children to experience was brought to life by the Nierenberg family, owners of the Princeton Airport. Throughout the years, this has evolved into a wonderful annual event for the families in our community.

The tradition continues this year on Monday, December 24, at 11 a.m. when the airport hangar doors open to children awaiting Santa’s arrival by airplane. Parents are advised to bring their children to the airport at 10 a.m., as the Princeton Airport Flying Tigers will be serving cocoa and cookies, and local folk singer Pat McKinley, starting at 10:30, will be leading the audience in holiday songs.

If parents would like to have a gift waiting for their child, they should bring a wrapped gift with the child’s name on it in large print to the Princeton Airport lobby. Gifts should be no larger than 12” to accommodate Santa. If parents have more than one child participating, the gifts should be wrapped in the same paper and tied together to speed up the distribution. Also, to have their child participate, parents need to bring a gift for donation, as well. This is very important:

These gifts must be new, unwrapped and will be collected by the Mercer County Board of Social Services. Personal checks made out to the “FoodBank Network of Somerset County,” as well as canned or boxed food are suitable alternatives accepted at the airport. Donations from non-participants are kindly accepted as well.

Once Santa’s plane lands, he will head into the hangar along with all the participants to distribute each gift individually. In fairness to all, Santa will distribute the gifts in the order in which they are received at the airport. Children will also have the opportunity to take a picture on Santa’s lap. Usually, distribution is completed by 1:00 P.M. and Santa continues his journey.

There is no charge for this event. The Princeton Airport is located in Montgomery Township, 3.5 miles north of Princeton on Route 206. The full address is 41 Airpark Road, Princeton. For further information, call 609-921-3100 or visit www.princeton­airport.com.

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