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Events for Wednesday June 19, 2019

Experiencing the American Revolution in New Jersey - New Jersey State Library

Wednesday June 19, 2019
1:00 PM

185 West State Street, Trenton - 609-278-2640 - www.njstatelib.org

Author and historian William L. Kidder discusses a variety of people who experienced the American Revolution. Free. Call or send an email to Cindy Warrick at cwarrick@njstatelib.org to register.

Summer Reading Soiree Featuring Juliet Grames and Sally Koslow, Princeton Public Library

Wednesday June 19, 2019
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

The fourth annual Summer Reading Soiree, an event that kicks of our summer reading program for adults, features Juliet Grames discussing her debut novel, “The Seven or Eight Deaths of Stella Fortuna,” and Sally Koslow who will speak about the paperback release of her novel “Another Side of Paradise.” It will be an evening of fiction that focuses on life, loss and love.

Attendees will have a chance to enjoy sparkling punch as well as fresh lemonade from The Salad and Smoothie Market, delicious appetizers from Princeton Soup and Sandwich Co., delightful desserts (some from the recipes found within in the pages of “Stella Fortuna”) as well as sorbet from the Bent Spoon, all under an awning on Hinds Plaza, before the talks begin.

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Antiques Appraisal, The Mercer County Library - Hickory Corner Branch

Wednesday June 19, 2019
7:00 PM

138 Hickory Corner Road, East Windsor (609) 448-1330 | mcl.org

John Thompson of Victorian Vanities, an antiques dealer who has been in the business for more than 40 years, will appraise a total of 40 items, one per person to start. (Feel free to bring another item, for a possible second round of appraisal.) Sponsored by the Friends of the Hickory Corner Library.

If you are bringing items for appraisal, please arrive promptly at 7 pm to allow time for tagging and display. Spectators who are not displaying items may arrive at 7:30 pm. Victorian Vanities will not appraise gold jewelry, guns, or Nazi memorabilia; please do not bring these items. The oral appraisal is based on how the piece looks, its condition, whether it is part of a set, what it might sell for in today's antiques market, and several other factors not always immediately apparent at presentation. It is not to be used for insurance or for appraisal that must be done in writing for insurance or estate purposes.

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