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Princeton NJ Events

Events for Wednesday February 10, 2021

Virtual VIP Tour of George Washington’s Mount Vernon

Wednesday February 10, 2021
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

YOU are cordially invited to join us for a FREE Virtual VIP Tour of Mount Vernon, the historic home of General & President George Washington in Virginia, with an expert curator, tailored especially with a Revolutionary NJ perspective! This 2-hour presentation has been made possible by the gracious sponsorship of The Rockingham Association, Batsto Citizens Committee, Friends of the Indian King Tavern, Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage Association and the Office of Historic Sites/NJ State Park Service.

While the program is free, you must register at Eventbrite here to watch: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/virtual-vip-tour-of-george-washingtons-mount-vernon-featuring-new-jersey-h-tickets-135998121041?aff=Rockingham after which you will be sent the link to join us on the live tour!

Online Lunchtime Gallery Series: Reading, Rites, and 'Rithmetic, WWAC

Wednesday February 10, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

WWAC and Princeton University Art Museum come together for an exciting and engaging online series showcasing some of the Museum's outstanding collections. Each session is led by a docent of the museum. Topics range from Contemporary African American Artist, the genesis of the Abstract Expressionist Movement and more. This session covers Sumerian, Egyptian, Chinese, and Mayan reasons for developing a written word. Led by PUAM Docent Laura Berlik.

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Stress, Anxiety and School: Does Your Teen Need a New Environment? Princeton Learning Cooperative

Wednesday February 10, 2021
7:00 PM

What's the connection between stress, anxiety, and school? Could moving to a more flexible, relaxed, and interest-based educational environment be the change your teenager needs to thrive? In this panel discussion, a young adult, their parent, and a mental health professional will talk about their experiences with mental health and school and how self-directed education supported their well-being and growth. Q&A to follow.

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The Same Principle Lives in Us People of African Descent in the American Revolution, Princeton Public Library

Wednesday February 10, 2021
7:00 PM

American Revolutionaries struggled with a key question: Would the words of the Declaration of Independence, that “all men are created equal,” apply to all people?

From the outbreak of the Revolution, people of African descent asked and answered this question through their words and actions. In this talk, offered by the Museum of the American Revolution, hear the stories and explore the objects used at the Museum to help imagine what the Revolution was like for Phillis Wheatley, Elizabeth Freeman, James Forten, Harry Washington and others. Registration is required for this program. Registrants will receive the Zoom link to access the program on the morning of the program.

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