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Events for Thursday November 5, 2020

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Princeton Farmers Market

Thursday November 5, 2020
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Vendors sell fresh produce, meats, baked goods, and artisanal products. Face coverings and social distancing required. Live music.

The market is located at: 46-80 Franklin Avenue.

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As a City on a Hill: The Story of a Phrase, a Myth, and American Nationalism, 55-Plus Club of Princeton

Thursday November 5, 2020
10:00 AM

Speaker: Daniel T. Rodgers, Henry Charles Lea Professor of History Emeritus at Princeton University

This talk, based on a Princeton University Press book released in paperback this fall, tells the story of that phrase and document, from their original intentions, through their centuries' long disappearance, their unexpected twentieth-century rediscovery, to their modern place in the formulas of American nationalism. The talk will describe the ways in which a text, barely known in its day, was lost, rediscovered, and reimagined, long after the fact, as foundational to the nation's creed and story.

Instructions on how to join a meeting are sent to everyone on our mailing list. If you are not on the mailing list, you may join by emailing Gil Gordon - gil@gilgordon.com and ask to be placed on the list.

2-Day Virtual Ear Training Class, New School for Music Study

Thursday November 5, 2020
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Develop an essential component of musicianship with two ear training sessions. The classes will focus on rhythm, melody, and harmony as they relate to classical repertoire. Excellent for exam preparation, as well as general music enhancement. Open to all instruments, RCM Levels 2 and up.

Thursday, November 5th and Friday, November 6th - 10:30-11:30AM $60 for two sessions

Sign up, and you'll receive the Zoom link for attending.

Virtual Info Session, CASA

Thursday November 5, 2020
11:00 AM

SPEAK UP FOR A CHILD! Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children of Mercer & Burlington Counties is currently seeking new volunteers! Experts point out that children are more at risk for abuse and neglect amid this pandemic. CASA for Children of Mercer & Burlington Counties is a non-profit organization that recruits, trains and supervises community volunteers who speak up in Family Court for the best interests of children that have been removed from their families due to abuse and/or neglect and placed in the foster care system. Our volunteers strive to ensure the physical, emotional, and educational well being of these children.

TO LEARN MORE - contact JILL DUFFY at jduffy@casamercer.org. We are offering virtual information sessions by appointment and also on Thursday, November 5th @ 11 AM and Thursday, November 19th @ 11:00 AM. You can also visit www.casamb.org

A Conversation with Lawrence Lek, Princeton University Art Museum

Thursday November 5, 2020
5:30 PM

Join us for a conversation with Lawrence Lek, Malaysian-Chinese multimedia artist, filmmaker and musician, who is the 2020 Sarah Lee Elson, class of 1984, international artist-in-residence, and Mitra Abbaspour, Haskell curator of modern and contemporary Art. Lek uses gaming software, 3D animation, installation, performance and technologies such as VR to create site-specific virtual worlds through which he examines the impact of digital realities on the politics of creativity and perceptions of reality.

Free Registration: https://princeton.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_hffIycDxSJyvIfdF6t7z8g

Ladies Night Out, Crossing Vineyards & Winery

Thursday November 5, 2020
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Set aside your to-do list and join us for‚ “wine o’clock” at McAvoy’s. Get dressed up (or come in yoga pants!) and make time for yourself and your girlfriends to reconnect and unwined. Drink specials and light bites available for purchase from the bar.

Crossing Vineyards & Winery, Washington Crossing, PA 18977 215-493-6500

Entrepreneur/Author Ben Weiss and the Bai Brand Story, Princeton Public Library

Thursday November 5, 2020
6:00 PM

As part of Engage 2020, Princeton University’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference, Princeton resident Ben Weiss discusses his book "Basementality," the story of how he built the Bai brand.

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Nature Journaling, The Watershed Institute

Thursday November 5, 2020
6:00 PM

Develop your skills and knowledge as a naturalist through our online Naturalist Explorations programs with Education Director Jeff Hoagland and Watershed Education Intern, Anna Stunkel! Through sketching and writing in a nature journal, we can develop our observation skills, contribute to citizen science, and record memorable moments from time spent outdoors. The first part of this program will focus on organizing your field journal, learning from the journaling process, and developing writing and sketching techniques. We'll return the following week to share our findings from time spent journaling in the field.

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Sourland "Train Station" Virtual Seminar Series

Thursday November 5, 2020
7:00 PM

Sourland Mountain and American Indians: A Hidden Story with Ian Burrow

American Indians have been in the Sourlands for at least 8000 years, but it can seem as if they left little evidence of their life here. Recent re-examination of artifact collections, new historical research, and archaeological surveys on the Mountain itself are beginning to change that picture. Local archaeologist and historian Ian Burrow will talk about what we know and don't know, about Indigenous people on and around the Mountain. If you have Indian artifacts you'd like to know more about, bring them to the Zoom meeting! Sign up via  http://tiny.cc/SC2020Train

Sourland "Train Station" Virtual Seminar Series, Sourland Conservancy

Thursday November 5, 2020
7:00 PM

Sourland Mountain and American Indians: A Hidden Story with Ian Burrow

American Indians have been in the Sourlands for at least 8000 years, but it can seem as if they left little evidence of their life here. Recent re-examination of artifact collections, new historical research, and archaeological surveys on the Mountain itself are beginning to change that picture. Local archaeologist and historian Ian Burrow will talk about what we know and don't know, about Indigenous people on and around the Mountain. If you have Indian artifacts you'd like to know more about, bring them to the Zoom meeting! Sign up via http://tiny.cc/SC2020Train

 
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