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Events for Thursday February 18, 2021

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21st Annual Land Ethics Symposium, Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve

Thursday February 18, 2021
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

“Creative Approaches to Ecological Landscaping,” held over Zoom. Symposium geared toward all green industry professionals and also suitable for homeowners and property managers seeking to enhance their understanding of ecologically-minded landscaping practices. Register. $100.

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The Manic Monologues, McCarter Virtual

Thursday February 18, 2021
9:00 AM

This initiative brings to life true stories – experiences submitted by resilient people living all across the world with mental illness. They have things to say about struggle and pain, and also triumph and joy.

Available to watch ANYTIME until 2/28

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Social Coffee, YWCA Princeton Area Newcomers & Friends

Thursday February 18, 2021
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Social Coffee is a great way to learn about our organization and meet our members and find opportunities to explore your interests and community. It is held on every THIRD THURSDAY of each month unless there is a holiday conflict.

The YWCA Princeton Area Newcomers & Friends has been welcoming the people to our community from around the world, nation, state, and cities since 1959. Please contact our Membership VP at newcomersmembership@ywcaprinceton.org or visit www.ywcaprinceton.org/newcomers for more information.

Meeting Method: Virtual ‘Zoom’ Gathering

Princeton Farmers' Market Winter Market

Thursday February 18, 2021
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

The Princeton Farmers' Market is happy to announce that our Winter Market Series kicks off this Thursday, December 3rd. We will be staying put at our temporary outdoor location on Franklin Ave, providing ample space for social distancing. Markets will operate 10am - 2pm on select dates. Market dates are posted on our website calendar and can be viewed at www.princetonfarmersmarket.com/calendar .

The market is authorized to accept SNAP/EBT cards and matches up to $10 on SNAP transactions, per eligible customer, per day. Those eligible for SNAP benefits can learn more by emailing princetonfarmersmarketnj@gmail.com

With Covid numbers rising we are requiring all shoppers to wear masks at all times and practice social distancing while waiting in lines. We encourage customers to visit our website and browse the "Vendors" page to learn about pre-order options, contactless payment methods, and more. Market info and resources - www.princetonfarmersmarket.com

Millions of Abolitionists: The Republican Party and the Struggle to Overthrow the Slave Power, 55 Plus Club

Thursday February 18, 2021
10:00 AM

Drawn from my ongoing research on the rise of the Republican Party before the Civil War, the talk will consider how the antislavery movement, across the 1850s, moved from the radical fringe to the very center of American politics. Beginning with some broad discussion of the place of slavery in American life in the 1850s — and the extraordinary power of slaveholders in American politics — the talk will discuss the ascendancy of the new antislavery Republican Party after 1854: what factors, forces, and figures best explain its rapid rise, as well as the revolutionary implications of that rise. In particular, I will look closely at some less familiar moments during the election of 1856 — the first national Republican campaign — as a moment when both these implications became unmistakable.

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Westminster Conservatory at Nassau Virtual Recital

Thursday February 18, 2021
12:15 PM

The next virtual Westminster Conservatory at Nassau recital will be released at 12:15 p.m. Thursday, February 18 as a video embedded in the Nassau Presbyterian Church website (http://www.nassauchurch.org/westminster-conservatory-recitals/).

Marvin Rosen, a member of the Westminster Conservatory faculty, will perform repertoire for solo piano by living woman composers, including Beth Anderson, Dorothee Eberhardt, Helen Jane Long, Dosia McKay, Rebecca Oswald, Ana Milosavljevic, Karen Tanaka, and Rain Worthington.

Afternoon Aerobic Hike, Nature Center at Washington Crossing State Park

Thursday February 18, 2021
1:00 PM

Join us for 2-3.5 mi. brisk guided hikes on selected trails in the state park. Routes to be determined. Advanced registration required. Bring a water bottle and wear hiking shoes. The trails are quite wet in sections. Weather permitting. Pre-teen - adult. 

Face coverings are required at all these events. Attendance is limited and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Phone: 609-737-0609

Film Lecture Losing Picasso: The Challenges of Condensing a Life, Princeton University Art Museum

Thursday February 18, 2021
5:30 PM

The filmmakers Ismail Merchant and James Ivory faced almost insurmountable challenges in producing the film Surviving Picasso, which takes as its subject the relationship between Pablo Picasso and his companion Françoise Gilot. This lecture with Caroline Harris, associate director for education, investigates the resulting depiction of the painter, providing a larger context for the period portrayed. Watch the film at your leisure, then join us on Zoom on February 18 for the live lecture. Presented in partnership with the Princeton Garden Theatre. Details and free registration here.

Improve Your Relationships: Communication Strategies to Foster Connection, Create Safety, and Manage Reactivity for Adolescents and Young Adults , Trinity Counseling Service

Thursday February 18, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

This Virtual Workshop will have one session per week for six weeks starting on February 18th. Description: Learn the basics of health communication strategies and understand and identify your emotional triggers when communicating with others. Enjoy face-to-face time with others in your age group. Facilitated by licensed professional counselor, Kelly McElvaine LPC.

For more information or to register please contact: Valerie at vvanselous@trinitycounseling.org

Homelessness and Hunger in the Time of COVID-19

Thursday February 18, 2021
6:00 PM

Panelists include Connie Mercer, CEO and founder of HomeFront; Bernie Flynn, CEO of Mercer Street Friends; Emily Lemmerman, a research assistant with Princeton University’s Eviction Lab; a former HomeFront client; and Gregory Stankiewicz, director of NJ Community Schools Coalition. Topics include how COVID-19 has impacted homeless and very low income people, locally and nationally, and the looming eviction crisis.

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