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Events for Tuesday March 30, 2021

Yikes! What is Happening to My Body A Puberty Talk for Children

Tuesday March 30, 2021
10:00 AM

TUE. March 30 (10 - 11:30 a.m.) - Girls

TUE. March 30 (1 - 2:30 p.m.) - Boys

Expectant Designed for children ages 9 through 12, this program addresses the physical, intellectual and emotional changes your child will experience as they enter their teenage years. Bring your child and join us for an informative and relaxed look at growing up, led by a health educator with Princeton Health Community Wellness.

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Spring Family Camp: Animal Detectives, The Watershed Institute

Tuesday March 30, 2021
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Become a wildlife sleuth and search for clues about the animals that inhabit the Watershed Reserve. Hike out with us as we examine tracks, scat, bones, and other animal artifacts as you sharpen your identification skills.

Ages 5 to 12 and adult attendance is required. In-person program. Dress for the weather. Masks and social distancing required. Discount available for members.

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Author Discussion: Kate Quinn and Lauren Willig, Princeton Public Library

Tuesday March 30, 2021
7:00 PM

The acclaimed historical fiction authors engage in a moderated discussion about their new books as part of Women's History Month.

Based on a true story, Willig's "Band of Sisters: A Novel" unearths the story of the Smith College Relief Unit, a group of young women who risked their lives to bring humanitarian aid to civilians in France at the height of World War I. The extensively researched book has been called a "seamless, well-plotted tale" that will "entice readers from the very first page" by Publishers Weekly.

The secretive world of World War II's Bletchley Park and the female codebreakers who were essential in cracking the Axis' Enigma codes is brought to life in Quinn's "The Rose Code." Among other themes, the book explores the ideas of equality in the workplace, female autonomy and the complexity of female friendship. The book follows the tradition Quinn set with her previous books "The Alice Network" and "The Huntress" - spotlighting women’s untold, overlooked or simply forgotten efforts. The discussion will be moderated by librarian Janie Hermann.

Presented in partnership with the Historical Society of Princeton.

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A Past Becomes a Heritage: The Negro Units of the Federal Theatre Project - Zoom Webinar

Tuesday March 30, 2021
7:30 PM

A Princeton Humanities Council Magic Project launches a partnership between the Lewis Center for the Arts and New York city based CLASSIX, a collective of Black theater artists and scholars dedicated to expanding the classical theater canon through an exploration of dramatic works by Black writers. This kick-off event features recorded readings by professional actors of excerpts of plays written by artists in the New Deal-era Federal Theatre Project’s Negro Units, as the units were titled then. The readings serve as a springboard for a panel-led conversation on this moment in Black and theatrical history.

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