We recently had a new addition to the Palmer Square family…a tiger! When we brought our tiger home, we asked our followers for their help in naming it. We had several great suggestions, but there was one that was suggested time and time again…Prince! We are happy to welcome Prince into our Palmer Square family.
Prince is a paper mache piece of art curated by a local artist, Bob Jenkins. Bob Jenkins has helped shaped children and student’s growth in the sculpting arts at the Arts Council of Princeton since 1993. Although colorblind, Bob found his love for sculpting after his color deficiency restricted him from painting professionally. At age 91, Bob still volunteers and shares his passion for the arts at the Arts Council of Princeton.
Prince can be found throughout the Square starting this month. Follow clues posted to our social media to see what store or dining location Prince is visiting. Once you find him, make sure to submit a selfie together to our Palmer Square app and receive a complimentary parking voucher valid on your next visit!