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Events for Friday November 6, 2020

Job Seekers Session: The Power of a Positive Attitude

Friday November 6, 2020
9:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Sales coach Joey Himelfarb addresses why and how your attitude impacts your ability to promote yourself in your professional and personal life.

Visit PSG of Mercer County's events calendar for connection details.

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Art Exhibit Opening, Gallery 14

Friday November 6, 2020
10:00 AM

First day for “Fall of the Adirondacks,” photographs by Dutch Bagley, and “Sacramentos: Family Moments,” photographs by John Stritzinger. On view through December 11 by appointment only. Email galleryfourteen@yahoo.com.

14 Mercer Street, Hopewell, 609-333-8511. www.gallery14.org.

Inside the Writer’s House, Princeton Public Library

Friday November 6, 2020
11:30 AM

Rutgers University creative writing instructor Alex Dawson hosts a candid conversation with Ingrid Persaud, author of “Love After Love.” Visit madmimi.com/s/de3065 for more information and event access.

Chat with Chapin Parents, Virtual Open House

Friday November 6, 2020
12:00 PM

The best way to learn about Chapin School Princeton is to visit our campus. Unfortunately, this not possible at the moment. Our virtual events will allow you to see how we inspire academic achievement and build strength of character. We invite you to virtually visit our campus, meet our teachers and students, and learn first-hand what makes Chapin School Princeton such a special community

Chapin Parent Chat - Join Chapin parents and learn about Chapin’s priority on community and character. They will share their experiences and answer questions. They can’t wait to meet you! Register

For more information call 609-986-1702 or email the Admission Office at admission@chapinschool.org.

Fireside Chat: Current Trends in Life Sciences Funding

Friday November 6, 2020
1:00 PM

The life sciences industry ecosystem is as robust as ever. Early-stage capital has trended upward for several years, while larger venture capital funding for healthcare has set record highs. According to JPMorgan Chase & Co., "Funding raised by venture capitalists in healthcare and life sciences in the first half of this year may be on pace to surpass those raised in 2018 and 2019." Join us for a fireside chat with Dora Mitchell and David Tukey as they discuss "Current Trends in Life Sciences Funding."

Cohosted by Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs and the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council, this event is part of Princeton University's Engage 2020, a three-day inaugural innovation and entrepreneurship conference live and online, November 4–6. You must register for the conference to attend the fireside chat.


Fridays on WWFM Radio with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra

Friday November 6, 2020
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

The PrincetonSymphony Orchestra (PSO) continues its long-standing partnership with WWFM – The Classical Network (89.1FM) with a special PSO Festival of Music consisting of curated performances from the PSO archives, and broadcast over three successive Fridays, November 6, 13, and 20, at 8pm. The showcase spans orchestral music from the Classical and Romantic to Modern and Contemporary periods.

Friday, November 6 – 8-10pm  - Jacques Ibert / Escales Erwin Schulhoff / Concerto for String Quartet (featuring the Lark Quartet) Dmitri Shostakovich / Symphony No. 9.

WWFM takes advantage of HD technology, with digital broadcasting via two channels: 89.1, HD1, all-classical, and 89.1, HD2, all-jazz. 

The Importance of Being Earnest, Music Mountain Theater

Friday November 6, 2020
8:00 PM

November 6th - November 15th - Fridays at 8pm * Saturdays and Sundays at 3pm

1483 State Route 179, Lambertville. www.musicmountaintheatre.org.

The Importance of Being Earnest is the most renowned of Oscar Wilde’s comedies. It’s the story of two bachelors, John ‘Jack’ Worthing and Algernon ‘Algy’ Moncrieff, who create alter egos named Ernest to escape their tiresome lives. They attempt to win the hearts of two women who, conveniently, claim to only love men called Ernest. The pair struggle to keep up with their own stories and become tangled in a tale of deception, disguise and misadventure. The elaborate plot ridicules Victorian sensibilities with some of the best loved, and indeed bizarre, characters to be found on the modern stage.

Oscar Wilde farce. Socially distanced seating for 50 patrons and 20 drive-in spots for vehicles. Virtual viewing available for home audience.

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