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Events for Thursday February 24, 2022

Small Business Workshop Series - “Basics of Financing Your Business” - Free Webinar

Thursday February 24, 2022
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Access to capital is critical to many small businesses, yet most owners don’t understand how to determine what they qualify for, what money is available to them, and the roadblocks they may face obtaining financing. This workshop was created to address these issues and to inform small business owners of what’s expected in obtaining capital as well financing options available to them

After registering, a link to the webinar will be emailed to you before the workshop

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Black History Month Film Screening: Harriet (2019)

Thursday February 24, 2022
5:30 PM

The Mercer County Library, Lawrence Headquarters Branch 2751 Brunswick Pike, Lawrenceville

Based on the thrilling and inspirational life of an iconic American freedom fighter, the movie tells the extraordinary tale of Harriet Tubman's escape from slavery and transformation into one of America's greatest heroes. Her courage, ingenuity, and tenacity freed hundreds of slaves and changed the course of history. PG-13. 125 min. Please email lawprogs@mcl.org or call 609-883-8292 to register.

Author Event: Andrea Elliot in Conversation with Matthew Desmond, PPL and Labyrinth Books

Thursday February 24, 2022
6:00 PM

In this program, presented in partnership with Labyrinth Books and Housing Initiatives of Princeton, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Andrea Elliott tells an astonishing story about the power of resilience, the importance of family, and the cost of inequality. Based on nearly a decade of reporting, "Invisible Child: Poverty, Survival & Hope in An American City," named one of the 10 best books of the year by The New York Times, illuminates some of the most critical issues in contemporary America through the life of one remarkable girl. Matthew Desmond, who is one of this country's most important scholars working on homelessness, joins the author in conversation.


Shaken and Stirred - Mardi Gras Edition, Crossing Vineyards & Winery

Thursday February 24, 2022
7:00 PM

Join us for a unique Mardi Gras edition of this popular cocktail making class. Learn the basics, while you discover a secret recipe for the “CAT-5,” Crossing’s version of a famous New Orleans’ libation “The Hurricane.” Includes instruction, cocktail tasting and light snacks. Reservations required.

Cost: $55pp

Crossing Vineyards & Winery

Attracting Birds: Beyond the Birdfeeder, Mercer Parks & PPL - Virtual

Thursday February 24, 2022
7:00 PM

Environmentalist Kathy Easton talks about the birds that visit local backyards and what homeowners can plant to attract them.

The best bird food is that which North American native plants provide. Summer songbirds require caterpillars to nourish their young, long distance fall migrants need lipid-loaded fruit to fuel their journey, winter residents rely on a variety of food sources, and raptors that favor birds as a meal depend on the presence of smaller birds. Become better acquainted with an assortment of backyard birds and what plants attract them.

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The Princeton Sing - Off, McCarter Theatre

Thursday February 24, 2022
7:30 PM

In a rare public performance, seven of the top a cappella groups at Princeton University perform on the Matthews Stage for a celebration of the artform. McCarter welcomes Old NasSoul, The Footnotes, The Nassoons, The Tigerlilies, The Tigertones, The Wildcats and The Tigressions for a showcase of harmonic bliss in an evening that reflects on both the history and future of a cappella singing. Both students and the public are invited to hear some of the best a cappella groups Princeton has to offer and attend a post-show discussion on the joys and challenges facing the genre.

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Drawing from the Collection Series, ACP & PU Art Museum - Virtual

Thursday February 24, 2022
8:00 PM

Capturing the Everyday:

This live art-making class is inspired by Mary Cassat’s Young Woman in a Black and Green Bonnet, Looking Down. One of America’s leading expatriate artists, Cassatt fully exploited pastel’s painterly and spontaneous qualities, as exemplified by this image of a fashionably dressed woman caught in a moment of repose or reverie. The artist’s bold strokes on the bonnet and colorful upholstery enliven these inanimate surfaces and offset the higher degree of finish on the woman’s face. Her concealed eyes convey a sense of psychological privacy. In this class, we will find our own everyday event to capture. Maybe it’s a pet snuggled up near us while we draw, or a family member reading a book nearby.

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