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Events for Tuesday December 4, 2018

New Parent Mornings - Capital Health Hamilton

Tuesday December 4, 2018
10:00 AM

1445 and 1401 Whitehorse-Mercerville Road, Hamilton - -

Discussion group for new parents with infants ages birth to six months. Expectant parents welcome. Free. Register.

Hot Tech Gifts for 2018 Holiday Giving, The Computer Learning Center at Ewing

Tuesday December 4, 2018
2:00 PM

On Tuesday, December 4, Technology Consultant Douglas Dixon will return to The Computer Learning Center at Ewing to present his 2018 fun choices of "Top Tech Gifts for Holiday Giving." Dixon, who has been covering new holiday gadgets in the Princeton area for over a decade, will train his focus on tech gift ideas for both grown-ups and kids.

The program will begin at 2 p.m. in the Ewing Senior and Community Center, 999 Lower Ferry Road. It will be preceded at 1:30 p.m. by "Q's and A's with the CLC Faculty" when the audience can seek answers to their computer-related questions. Both programs are free and no registration is required.

Dixon plans to discuss and demonstrate some of this season's harvest of "cool holiday tech products," as well as explore recent modifications and advancements to existing gadgets. "I'll look at some STEM learning toys for kids, and also cover tech's progress towards Jetsons-like goals, including the universal translator and personal drones."

Adath Israel Community Menorah Lighting - Adath Israel

Tuesday December 4, 2018
6:00 PM

1958 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrence - 609-896-4977 -

Songs, treats, and menorah lighting. Free.

Breast Cancer Survivors Support Group - Capital Health Medical Center Hopewell

Tuesday December 4, 2018
6:00 PM

1 Capital Way, Pennington - -

For anyone who has received a breast cancer diagnosis. Free. Register.

Princeton University LGBTQIA Student Panel: Building Solidarity through Storytelling - Princeton Public Library

Tuesday December 4, 2018
6:00 PM

A panel of LGBTQIA Princeton students reflect on their journeys to understanding their gender and sexuality. The students will focus on issues including coming out, intersections with other identities such as class, religion and race, and how family and friends have supported them effectively or not. The panel will be moderated by LGBT Center Director Judy Jarvis, and there will be time for questions so that attendees can learn about effectively supporting LGBTQIA community members, coworkers and family members.

Sponsored by the Princeton Civil Rights Commission, Princeton Public Library and the Princeton University LGBT Center.

65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton - 609-924-9529 -

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