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Events for Thursday May 6, 2021

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Early Bird Walks, Mercer County Park Commission

Thursday May 6, 2021
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Baldpate Mountain, Fiddler’s Creek Road lot. www.mercercountyparks.org.

Casual hike dedicated to spotting our fine feathered friends during the spring migration. All abilities of birders are welcome. Bring a pair of binoculars if you have them. For teens and adults. Free.

How to Spot Fake News and Stay News Literate, Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber's Monthly Membership Luncheon Meeting

Thursday May 6, 2021
12:00 PM

The Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber's Monthly Membership Luncheon Meeting being held virtually on May 6, 2021 will feature guest speaker Sissel McCarthy to discuss how to spot fake news and stay news literate.

Award winning international business journalist, Sissel McCarthy is a Distinguished Lecturer and director of the Journalism Program at Hunter College and founder of NewsLiteracyMatters.com, an online platform dedicated to teaching people how to find credible information in this digital age.

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Webinar - Improving Your Credit Score

Thursday May 6, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Effectively manage and improve your credit throughout COVID-19 so your business can continue moving forward.

A "low" or "bad" credit score could unqualify you for loans that would otherwise help move your business forward. On this webinar, you'll learn how to find and fix issues on your credit reports so that you can get the funding your business needs. Here we'll answer:

1. How experts read credit reports

2. How your credit score is calculated and factors you can improve

3. Simple strategies to keep your credit on track

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Fund for Women and Girls Annual Luncheon

Thursday May 6, 2021
12:00 PM

Join us on Thursday, May 6th, for the Fund for Women and Girls Annual Luncheon: Health Equity, The Pandemic and The Next Normal.

As former acting director for the CDC and current President and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Dr. Besser will reflect on the national impact of the pandemic, while Dr. Alli, Chief Executive Officer of Henry J. Austin Health Center, will reveal its local impact from her work with the Trenton Health Team. Together, they will discuss the current health crisis through a gender and health equity lens, the state of our community, and an actionable path forward to advance health equity for ALL our neighbors.

Place: Zoom

Register: https://secure.givelively.org/event/princeton-area-community-foundation-inc/fund-for-women-and-girls/fund-for-women-and-girls-annual-luncheon-2021

Thursday Afternoon Aerobic Hikes, Washington Crossing State Park

Thursday May 6, 2021
1:00 PM

335 Washington Crossing Pennington Road, Titusville, 609-737-0609.

2-3.5 mi. brisk guided hikes on selected trails in the state park. Bring a water bottle and wear hiking shoes. Weather permitting. Register.

Public Lecture, IAS - Avi Wigderson, "Imitation Games"

Thursday May 6, 2021
3:30 PM

One of Alan Turing's most in?uential papers is his 1950 Computing machinery and intelligence, in which he introduces the famous "Turing test" for probing the nature of intelligence by evaluating the abilities of machines to behave as humans. In this test, which he calls the "Imitation Game," a (human) referee has to distinguish between two (remote and separate) entities, a human and a computer, only by observing answers to a sequence of arbitrary questions to each entity. Mountains of words have been written on support, critique, variants of and experimentation with this idea and its value. It is not the purpose of this lecture to discuss this body of work.

Instead, this lecture will exposit, through examples from a surprisingly diverse array of settings, the remarkable power of this idea, as revealed in the past few decades of work in the theory of computation and discrete mathematics. Wigderson will discuss variations of the Imitation Game in which we change the nature of the referee, and of the objects to be distinguished, to yield analogs of the Turing test (often called "the simulation paradigm" or "computational indistinguishability" among others in different contexts).

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Keating Lecture: The Academic Museum and the Journey toward Equity, Princeton University Art Museum

Thursday May 6, 2021
5:30 PM

During this year's Friends Annual Keating Lecture, Johnnetta Cole, the former president of Spelman College and Bennett College, the former director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, and the recipient of an honorary doctorate from Princeton University, will offer a compelling call to action for the academic museum in America. Hosted by Museum Director James Steward.

Free registration here.

LIVE Chamber Music Concert @Morven, Princeton Symphony Orchestra

Thursday May 6, 2021
6:00 PM

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) is pleased to announce a springtime series of live chamber music concerts taking place on successive Thursdays in May at 6pm on the beautiful grounds of Morven Museum & Garden. The four-concert series offers performances by the orchestra's string players, the duo of Boyd Meets Girl, Momenta Quartet, and the PSO Brass Quintet. Outdoor seating consists of marked-off, socially distanced "pods" for up to two people, and masks are required at all times in keeping with current state health guidelines. The opening concert will be at Morven Museum & Garden's Education Center; the remaining three concerts will be at the adjacent Pool House, both with outdoor seating. Morven Museum & Garden is located at 55 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ. There is ample free parking at the end of the museum's driveway. Patrons should plan on bringing their own lawn chairs or blankets to sit on. Tickets are available for $35/pod at princetonsymphony.org or by calling 609-497-0020.

The Thursday, May 6 at 6pm series-opening concert Springtime Strings showcases the PSO Strings. On the program are Jessie Montgomery's Strum and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's Serenade for Strings.

 

Sourland Mountain Happy Hours, Sourland Conservancy

Thursday May 6, 2021
6:00 PM

At 6:00 pm Thursday, May 6, the enchanting duo of AS IS will perform at the 4th "Sourland Mountain Happy HoursTM", a live music series offered via Zoom on the first Thursday of each month. Proceeds benefit New Jersey artists and the Sourland Conservancy. Suggested donation is $10.

Attendees receive discount offers from Sourland Mountain Happy HourTM local business sponsors; Flounder Brewing Company, Sourland Mountain Spirits and Unionville Vineyards.

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“Mental Health 2021: Telling Our Stories, Coping with COVID, and How to Reach Out,” McCarter and Princeton Public Library

Thursday May 6, 2021
7:00 PM

The library is joining with McCarter Theatre Center to present “Mental Health 2021: Telling Our Stories, Coping with COVID, and How to Reach Out,” a virtual panel discussion, Thursday, May 6, at 7 p.m. as part of Mental Health Awareness Month. Debbie Bisno, McCarter resident producer, and producer of the digital theater project “The Manic Monologues,” will moderate the discussion about mental health and wellness issues during the pandemic, how individuals and families can find help and where local resources can be accessed. Those who register will have a chance to submit a question for the panelists.

See www.mccarter.org/manicmonologues for additional information. “Mental Health 2021” will take place via Zoom. Registration HERE

 
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