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Events for Thursday June 9, 2022

Princeton Farmers’ Market

Thursday June 9, 2022
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Princeton Farmers’ Market summer market season will take place at the Dinky Train Station parking lot (adjacent to Princeton Wawa) and will run from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., on Thursdays through November 17. The market will be accepting SNAP/EBT, and thanks to the Good Food Bucks program they will match eligible customers SNAP transactions up to $10 per market day! Details including market sponsors, vendors, and directions can be found at www.princetonfarmersmarket.com.

Commemoration of the Unveiling of the Princeton Battle Monument, Morven Museum & Garden

Thursday June 9, 2022
11:00 AM

Morven Museum & Garden will be hosting a commemoration in celebration of the 100 year anniversary of the unveiling and dedication of the Princeton Battle Monument, an installation made possible by Helen and Bayard Stockton, residents of Morven at the time. Come hear distinguished speakers such as Princeton Mayor Mark Freda, Battlefield Society President Mike Russell, President of the Sons of the Revolution in the State of New Jersey Ben Strong, and more.

Morven Museum & Garden · 55 Stockton St · Princeton · New Jersey · 08540

Documentary: "Ahead of the Curve", Princeton Public Library

Thursday June 9, 2022
7:00 PM

In 1990, with a fist full of credit cards, a lucky run at the horse track and chutzpah for days, Franco Stevens launched Curve, the best-selling lesbian lifestyle magazine ever published. "Ahead of the Curve" traces the power of lesbian visibility and community from the early ‘90s to present day through the story of Franco’s founding of Curve magazine. Decades later, as her legacy faces extinction and she reassesses her life after a disabling injury, she sets out to understand visibility work being led by an intersection of queer women today.

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Genealogy Workshop, Hunterdon County Historical Society

Thursday June 9, 2022
7:00 PM

The Hunterdon County Historical Society is offering two online genealogy workshops designed to enhance your research skills. One workshop focuses on evaluating the quality of your sources; the other covers how to wring every bit of information from a genealogical record. Betty DeSapio will lead both workshops. Evaluating Genealogical Resources will run on Thursday, June 9 at 7 p.m. You will learn how to gauge the quality of genealogical sources, which is crucial to judging the reliability of information, especially when information conflicts, as it often does. Participants also will learn how to seek the best possible sources for their research. Getting the Most from Genealogical Records on Thursday, June 16 at 7 p.m. will teach you how to look at genealogical records in a new light so you can harvest all their information. Records contain more than just birth, marriage and death information; they often hold clues about the life of the individual and can open the door to further research.

These are standalone workshops, and everyone is invited to enroll in one -- or both -- offerings. They will be held via Zoom and are free to Hunterdon County Historical Society members, or $10 per program for non-members. Pre-register at www.hunterdonhistory.org. Fees will help support future programs offered by the nonprofit HCHS.

Black Voices Book Group, Virtual - Princeton Public Library

Thursday June 9, 2022
7:15 PM

This month the group will discuss, "Another Brooklyn" by Jacqueline Woodson. All are welcome. This group meets via Google Meet which works best using the Chrome internet browser.

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