Books in the Tree House Library have now a bookmark with the Marquand Park logo and a QR code to link to the Marquand Park Foundation website. We encourage all who have received this bookmark to go on our website and donate to the Marquand Park Foundation. With the support of donations, we built the Tree House in 2016. Every donation will help support the maintenance of the sandbox and the Tree House, the planting of new trees and shrubs, and the completion of numerous other projects to keep this park a favorite in the Princeton community.
How to Read QR Codes
To read the QR codes on the tree signs in the park, you must have a smartphone equipped with a camera and a QR code reader app. If you do not have already this app download a QR code reader/scanner app. It is easy and most QR readers are free. Open the app and center the QR code within the square outline on the screen. Try to steady your hand while you center the QR code in the square. Depending on the app you use, the page linked to the URL stored in the QR code or directions to open the link to the page will show on the screen of your phone. The page has information on the tree you are looking at.