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Celebrate National Poetry Month at Morven Museum & GardenMorven Museum & Garden 55 Stockton Street, Princeton
As the home of one of America’s first published female poets, Morven Museum & Garden offers a unique space to make connections and explore different meanings in literature and poetry....
Kids: Storytime!Princeton Public Library - Story Room
This interactive, in-person story time features books, songs, rhymes, fingerplays and movement for children 2 years old and up with an adult caregiver.
Fiction Book GroupPrinceton Public Library - Princeton Room
The group discusses "The Personal Librarian" by Marie Benedict.
Drop a Mouse into a Poem: An Intermediate Poetry WorkshopPrinceton Public Library - Conference Room
Lois Marie Harrod leads this four-session workshop for intermediate poets looking to refine their craft and share their work with others. Sound, language, line and audience will be considered.
Kids: Baby StorytimePrinceton Public Library - Story Room
This interactive, in-person story time features books, songs, rhymes, fingerplays and movement for children 0-24 months old with an adult caregiver.
English Conversation GroupVirtual -
Practice your English speaking skills with others during conversation facilitated by a volunteer on Google Meet. Please register in advance.
Creative Aging: GenealogyHopewell Presbyterian Church 80 West Broad Street, Hopewell
Who do you think you are?! Back by popular demand, the HPL’s Creative Aging program will run another two-part course on genealogy. Who doesn’t want to know more about their...
Kids & Teens: Homework HelpPrinceton Public Library - CoLab Space
Need some help with your homework? Have a problem you just can't solve? Stop by the CoLab on the third floor of the library for some help with your school...
Tech: Adobe Photoshop for BeginnersPrinceton Public Library - Tech Center
This hands-on training session will cover many of the basic introductory-level capabilities of Adobe's flagship software program.
Author: Christopher KloeblePrinceton Public Library - Community Room
The German author discusses his 2020 novel "The Museum of the World," which has been translated to English, and how the story changes views of colonialism, with journalist Kushanava Choudhury.
Black Voices Book GroupVirtual -
The group discusses "You Are Your Best Thing: Vulnerability, Shame, Resilience, and the Black Experience" by Tarana Burke and Brene Brown.