Scroll To Top

Princeton NJ Events

Events for Thursday February 18, 2021

Displaying Results : 11 - 18      Total Results : 18

Black History Month Bingo, Princeton Family YMCA (Virtual)

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

Every Thursday, February 4th – 25th From 6pm – 7pm ALL

AGES WELCOME! Princeton Family YMCA & Princeton High School’s MSAN Present: “VIRTUAL BLACK HISTORY BINGO”

JOIN US EVERY THURSDAY DURING FEBRUARY FOR A DIFFERENT BLACK HISTORY BINGO THEME EACH WEEK INCLUDING: *INVENTORS (2/4/21) *MUSICIANS (2/11/21) *MOVIE STARS (2/18/21) *LEADERS (2/25/21)

PPS Students Receive Community Service Hours for Participation

Zoom link sent to participants AFTER you register - Register Here

REMOTE LEARNING: Explore Macro Photography with Don Komarechk, Princeton Photo Workshop

Thursday February 18, 2021
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Thursdays, February 18, February 25, March 4, March 11, 2021, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Live, fully interactive learning

Macro photography offers an invaluable window into wondrous worlds on a tiny scale while, at the same time, presenting the photographer with unique challenges. Join acclaimed Canadian Macro Photographer, Author and Podcaster Don Komarechka for an intensive 4 week Macro Photography course. The class includes practice, discussion and image review. Learn More

Wine, Cheese and Charcuteries, Crossing Vineyards & Winery

Thursday February 18, 2021
7:00 PM

Enjoy the ambience of the winery while you are guided through a tasting of ten wines. We can’t leave wine enough alone, so feast on a platter of artisanal cheeses and cured meats along the way. After the tasting, stay awhile at McAvoy’s Bar and order a glass of your favorite selection! Reservations required. Cost: $30pp

1853 Wrightstown Rd., Newtown, PA 18940

Click here for more information

Author Talk: “Viruses, Pandemics, and Immunity”, Princeton Public Library & Labyrinth Books

Thursday February 18, 2021
7:00 PM

Authors Arup K. Chakraborty, professor of chemical engineering, physics, and chemistry at MIT; and Andrey S. Shaw, staff scientist in immunology and oncology at Genentech, explore how viruses emerge to cause pandemics, how our immune system combats them, and how diagnostic tests, vaccines, and antiviral therapies work. Register.

Click here for more information

Life in Princeton During the American Revolution

Thursday February 18, 2021
7:00 PM

This talk is based on local historian and author Larry Kidder’s research for his recently published book, entitled Revolutionary Princeton 1774-1783: The Biography of an American Town in the Heart of a Civil War. The discussion will focus on the experiences during those ten years of the Black residents of Princeton and how ideas about enslavement, abolition, rights for free Black people, etc. were changing. The talk will be approximately 30-40 minutes followed by a Q&A.

Click here for more information

HiTOPS Trivia Night - Support HiTOPS Programming!

Thursday February 18, 2021
7:30 PM

Join us on Thursday, February 18 at 7:30 pm for a fun night of trivia in support of HiTOPS programming! Gather your team and register today. Compete for prizes, and most importantly, bragging rights! Registration is required, and there is a suggested donation of $25* to play along. Brush up on your LGBTQ+ History and Sex Ed for two of the rounds dedicated to these topics! Grab your friends and register today!

Once registered, we'll send you more info about the logistics, as well as a zoom link. Name your team and get ready to compete! *Don’t let the suggested donation keep you from joining in! 

Click here for more information

Drawing from the Collections: Unique Cropping, Princeton University Art Museum

Thursday February 18, 2021
8:00 PM

This live art-making class is inspired by Edward Hopper's Universalist Church. In this partial view of an eighteenth-century Universalist church in Gloucester, Massachusetts, Hopper shows only the elegant white spire, obscuring the rest of the building with intervening houses. The lines of the roofs adjacent to the church lead the eye across both axes of the image to the steeple. In this class we will focus on creating a unique architectural composition by cropping the image and closely focusing on one aspect of a scene. In partnership with the Arts Council of Princeton.

Click here for more information

Great Minds Salon: The What, The How, and The Why of Science Denial, Jewish Center of Princeton

Thursday February 18, 2021
8:00 PM

Sponsored by The Jewish Center Princeton - With Adrian Bardon 

Register to receive Zoom link

Mr. Bardon discusses the philosophy and the social science of ideological denialisms like the denial of climate science, or the denial of the need for masking and distancing during the COVID pandemic. What is it to be in denial about expert consensus? How is sincere self-deception possible? And why do we see certain types of denial among certain political constituencies and demographic groups? Adrian Bardon holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He teaches courses in the philosophy of space and time, philosophy and social psychology, 17th-18th century European philosophy, critical reasoning, the philosophy of religion, and political philosophy.

 

OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY -  For security reasons, Registration is required for all programs. To register, please send an email with your full name to: Info@thejewishcenter.org  - Please use course code BARDON when registering. Registration closes 24 hours before the class. We cannot accept late registrations.

 
Displaying Results : 11 - 18      Total Results : 18
1   2  
2021 Feb Today
SU M T W TH F S
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28
Advertisement