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Events for Tuesday October 11, 2022

Outdoor Storytime at Princeton Shopping Center, Princeton Public Library

Tuesday October 11, 2022
10:30 AM

This interactive event features books, songs, rhymes and movement for kids 18 months and older, accompanied by an adult family member or guardian. Please bring a blanket. Registration not required.

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Downsize, Declutter, Move with Less Stress - Virtual

Tuesday October 11, 2022
3:00 PM

This presentation will provide tips, tricks, and instructions to help you establish order and calm during the chaotic and stressful downsizing process. With the goal of how best to transition with your prized possessions to a smaller home, a 55+ active adult community, or a senior living community, guidance will be provided on finding profitable solutions to your excess possessions through estate sales, consignment, online selling, donation, or discard, as well as reducing your moving bill and overall stress level.

Presenter John Walsh, owner of Walsh Senior Solutions, has helped 825+ families in the past four years since launching the company. He was inspired to start Walsh Senior Solutions after helping his own parents successfully downsize, declutter, and move twice within a fifteen-month period. John has extensive experience teaching best practices for downsizing and transitioning to a new home. Registration required, no fee.

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Author Event: Yiyun Li in Conversation with Idra Novey - A Labyrinth and Library Collaboration

Tuesday October 11, 2022
6:00 PM

The author discusses her new novel, "The Book of Goose," with her fellow writer and Princeton University colleague Idra Novey. The event will be held at Labyrinth with a livestream option available.

Location: Labyrinth Books

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Cookbook Club, Hopewell Public Library

Tuesday October 11, 2022
6:30 PM

For each meeting, the Cookbook Club chooses a cookbook – classic, new, hot, or obscure. Each member cooks one dish from the book and brings it to the library so everyone can sit down together and discuss the book while eating a feast from the book's recipes. Cooking has ranged from Julia Child to vegetarian to soul food and beyond. For more information, please call the Hopewell Public Library at (609) 466-1625, email or visit

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