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  • jonahNJ
    Pennington, NJ11,435 contributions
    My wife and I were invited by a friend to attend a Pinot Palette with some of her friends. I wasn't sure what to expect; even after checking out the website I only knew that the participants would be tasked with painting a piece of art. However, this was more than an art class---this was an experience!

    Reservations can be made for individuals, couples or groups. When we arrived, Francis warmly greeted us and led us to where our small group would be sitting. All participants have a reserved seat with their name written on the table. We each had a canvas on an easel with assorted acrylic paints on a paper plate palette and another mixing plate. We were provided two brushes, a cup of water for the brushes and paper towels. Most importantly, we were provided smocks to protect our clothes from the paint. Areas are also set up for guests to bring food, wine and other beverages; wine glasses are provided.

    We then met our artist/instructor, Nicole, who was truly outstanding. She provided great instructions, encouragement, and help throughout the evening. Guests are shown a painting and then Nicole provided step by step instructions and suggestions as we all painted together. It was amazing how fast the more than two hours went. It was also impressive to see how well everyone's piece turned out. Though everyone painted the same image, each piece was unique with the personal flourishes. All of us painting novices had a sense of pride on the artwork we were bringing home. I really enjoyed myself and will be recommending this to friends.

    The Princeton location has ample free parking and both Nicole and Francis did an excellent job throughout the evening.
    Written 22 April 2018
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  • Wicoff
    Plainsboro, NJ24 contributions
    In George Davidson park there is so much to do. There are so many slides. There is a volleyball court to play volleyball. There's a field where I could and you could play soccer. You could and l could make new friends. You could and l could play with new kids, you could and l do walking.
    Written 29 April 2022
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  • Muayyad A
    Freehold, NJ36 contributions
    Princeton lifetime athletics is the ultimate health and fitness facility. Well managed, superb facilities, excellent diverse classes for all levels. Tip-top clean. Kudos to the management under Rob Murphy.
    Written 16 July 2019
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  • elizabethtoe
    Plainsboro, NJ1 contribution
    This is not about Life Time in NY. It's about Life Time in Princeton. But Princeton Life Time is not on here so I will post it on here instead.

    On Friday afternoon 8/9/19, I walked out of the office of a LT General Manager with eyes red and swollen from crying.

    Late Wednesday night 8/7/19, I decided to go to Life Time to take a walk on the treadmill and to relax in the jacuzzi and to go for a swim. There was one male member in the jacuzzi who started off saying that it's so nice to destress after a long day of work. I agreed and said how much I loved LT. We conversed like I normally do with other LT members. The member said that the family room is very nice, it has private showers. I replied, "Oh, my son is going to be 13, we don't use the family room." He asked me if I wanted to go there with him.

    I reported the incident to the front desk. They found out who the member was. They said they would report it to the General Manager. I did not feel safe and it was past 11pm at night. LT staff were great and walked me to my car.

    The next day, Thursday, I followed up with the receptionist about the incident. I asked if the member was terminated. She recommended that I speak to the manager the next day. No one contacted me about this serious situation. I had to followup myself.

    The next day, Friday, I asked to speak to the manager. The manager told me that he spoke to the member and that the member denied having invited me to the family room. The manager said he warned the member that kind of behavior is not allowed. I thought a more aggressive approach was in order for sexual harassment.

    A member I never met before asked me to go the family room. The GM said he couldn't terminate a member because of "he said, she said." GM said the #MeToo movement doesn't have anything to do with my situation. But the #MeToo movement is all about sexual harassment.

    Within minutes of walking out of the GM's office, he called and let me know that the member had just canceled his membership (so I can feel safe now). No thanks to Life Time! The member canceled because of his own guilt and embarrassment. What if he didn't cancel?

    There should be a zero tolerance policy.

    I reached out to corporate. Corporate had someone else at Princeton LT call me. But the conversation did not go anywhere. How will they protect their members when sexual harassment, racial prejudice, or any other injustice occurs. Their answer : They "have to respect the other member, too."
    Written 12 August 2019
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