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Princeton NJ Events

Events for Wednesday May 18, 2022

Pride in Context, How to be a LGBTQIA+ Ally, PSRC

Wednesday May 18, 2022
10:00 AM

Many of us have LGBTQIA+ children, grandchildren, neighbors, and friends, and desire to be a better ally and show love and support in a way that is meaningful and appropriate. At the conclusion of this workshop, you will increase your knowledge of LGBTQIA+ PRIDE, examine American history of LGBTQIA+ PRIDE and its relationship to oppression and advocacy, and explore ways to support LGBTQIA+ people as a straight or cis-gender ally.

Brent Satterly, MSS, PhD, LCSW, received his masters of social service from Bryn Mawr College School of Social Work and Social Research in 1995 and his doctorate in human sexuality education from the University of Pennsylvania in 2004. With over twenty-five years of clinical and educational experience as a Pennsylvania licensed clinical social worker, he is a full professor of social work at Widener University’s Center for Social Work Education. He teaches family therapy, human sexuality, and education courses in the BSW, MSW, and PhD Programs.

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Musical Tots, Princeton Public Library

Wednesday May 18, 2022
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Children ages 3-5 are invited to experience music through books, movement, rhythm and improvisation. Explore and experience the piano each Wednesday with story time selections and introductory piano skills in this six-week series.

Advance registration is required and limited to 20 children, ages 3-5 years accompanied by parent or adult caregiver. Registration will open one week before the scheduled program date.

?Series is led by pianist and educator Kristin Cahill, a faculty member at The New School for Music Study.

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Watershed Wednesdays Series Wasps, Watersheds, and Biomimicry

Wednesday May 18, 2022
6:00 PM - 7:15 PM

Free | Virtual/Zoom

Speakers: (Moderator) Kate Hode, Education Fellow, The Watershed Institute Chris Alice Kratzer, Founder, Owlfly LLC

Wasps are some of the least popular insects around, but did you know that many species of wasps play an important role in the watershed? Join The Watershed Institute and Chris Alice Kratzer, a wasp expert from Owlfly LLC, to learn more about how wasps support healthy ecosystems and inspire cutting-edge sustainable design.

This event will be 100% virtual and on Zoom. Recordings will be shared with attendees after the event. If you have any questions about the event, please feel free to contact Pri Oliveira at poliveira@thewatershed.org.

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