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Events for Thursday December 1, 2022

Monthly Meeting of the 55-Plus Club of Princeton

Thursday December 1, 2022
10:00 AM

The 55-Plus Club of Princeton will meet in person at the Jewish Center of Princeton (435 Nassau Street, Princeton), and via Zoom, at 10 a.m., Thursday December 1, 2022. Rebecca Mercuri, founder and president of Notable Software, Inc., will speak on "The Risks of Election Believability (or Lack Thereof)."

To join this meeting online, visit http://www.princetonol.com/groups/55plus. Meetings are free with a suggested donation of $5 (see website for payment options). Rebecca Mercuri has been researching and writing about election technology since the late 1980's. Her doctoral dissertation, "Electronic Vote Tabulation: Checks & Balances," was defended at the Engineering School of the University of Pennsylvania, 11 days prior to the 2000 "Bush v. Gore" Presidential election.

Art of Festive Florals, Arts Council of Princeton

Thursday December 1, 2022
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

New series introduces the endless creativity and innovation in the community. Rebecca Kutzer-Rice, owner of Moonshot Farm, a specialty cut flower farm in East Windsor, guides as you create the perfect holiday wreath or centerpiece to help kick off the season. Register. $100 includes all materials.

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Joseph Grabas Presents Owning the River: Water Rights and Boundaries

Thursday December 1, 2022
7:00 PM

The ability to own land in fee without obligation to feudal lords and kings was one of the driving forces behind the settlement and development of the original thirteen colonies. In 1609, the Wild West started at the New Jersey shoreline. To escape the tenancies and servitudes of the Old World, Europeans came to American shores for the promise of land and self-determination.

Ownership of the water and the land under it would forge the fates of our forebearers. Mr. Grabas will discuss water rights and boundaries along the Delaware River Valley, beginning with the earliest deeds through to the most recent conflicts (New Jersey v. Delaware, 552 U.S. 597 (2008)) and the inherent right of the sovereign to control lands now or formerly flowed by the tide. Free preregistration: https://bit.ly/grabasriver

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