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During this season of pre-election political debates, rising fifth to ninth graders can learn the basics of debate and public speaking under the guidance of experienced high school student debaters. Both beginner and experienced debaters can sign up for a weeklong Princeton Public Library (PPL) program that starts on June 24. Students will learn research and analytical skills that will extend beyond debate, and can also be helpful in future class presentations and essay writing.

The five sessions, which run through Friday June 28, are in the STEAM Studio Story Room. Hours are 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. daily except Friday. Friday’s program, the final debate, starts at 2 p.m. and is open to family and friends. more

By Stuart Mitchner

When 5-year-old Albert Einstein was sick in bed, his father gave him a compass. According to Curt Wilkinson in Words That Changed the World: Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity (Laurence King 2020), the boy was “entranced by the invisible forces that attracted the needle, keeping it pointed to the magnetic north.” Six years later, Einstein was given a volume that he called his “sacred little geometry book.” In time the compass and the book became “two wonders” that roused his curiosity about the way the universe worked.  more

Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank will welcome Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live on Stage on Saturday, February 17 at 1 and 4 p.m. 

A show that is 65 million years in the making, Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live will guide families on a tour that begins in pre-historic Australia. Attendees will meet and interact with  a collection of amazing life-like dinosaurs and other creatures in a theatrical performance that thrills and entertains kids while also being  educational. Brought to life by a team of skilled puppeteers, visitors won’t believe the detail and realistic quality of these majestic and fearsome creatures. more

Have you ever felt compelled to action and change after listening to a TED Talk? 

The intended purpose of these passionate presentations (that often go viral) is to inspire and enlighten the audience. Knowledge is power and can be paid forward in a multitude of ways, both big and small. This is Goal 3 in action at Stuart Country Day School. more

Princeton’s local history experts are eager to present a new walking program highlighting all of J. Robert Oppenheimer’s life and work while living in Princeton.

On Sunday, February 4 at 2 p.m., the Historical Society of Princeton (HSP) will traverse the Princeton University campus, town, and filming locations for the award-winning Christopher Nolan production.  more

The New Jersey Symphony will help to ring in the Lunar New Year on February 3 at 3 p.m. at Prudential Hall at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC). The classical repertoire will be conducted by Yue Bao with Tony Siqi Fun on piano.

The concert is designed as a cultural exchange and is perfect for all ages. To mark the start of the Year of the Dragon, Music Director Xian Zhang has chosen some fiery and dramatic pieces of music.  more

Providing Access to the “Amazing World of the Written Word” for 75 Years

By Donald Gilpin  

“I remember back in elementary school, I was taken out of regular classes and put into remedial classes for English,” said Justin Purvis, who is now a 24-year-old graphic novelist with a college degree. “It was hard.”

When Justin was in ninth grade his mother attended a seminar on dyslexia where she found out about Learning Ally. a Princeton-based nonprofit seeking, through audiobooks and other programs, to improve literacy across the country.

“I remember I was in ninth grade, and my mother told me to download a book,” Purvis recalled in a conversation at Learning Ally’s 75th Anniversary Celebration in October, where he was a featured guest. Joining Learning Ally, formerly known as Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, was a turning point in his education and his life. “I was suddenly able to have access magically to all these books that I was using at school. I went back into the mainstream immediately. I was able to participate more and keep up with what was going on.” more

Do you love completing crossword puzzles in your spare time? Do you ever wonder how they are created with such regularity and precision by professional crossword puzzle experts?

On Sunday, January 14 at 3 p.m., the Arts Council of Princeton will be joined by crossword puzzle author and celebrity Mangesh Ghogre. Alongside bagels and coffee, Ghogre will give a refresher course on completing crossword puzzles and some handy tools for making puzzles of your own. Ghogre’s puzzles have been published in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. In an age of burgeoning artificial intelligence, Ghogre hopes to advocate for utilizing our own natural intelligence when it comes to clue making and problem solving. more

The Watershed Institute will be celebrating Groundhog Day a little early this year to share fun facts about these unique, comedic, and sometimes misunderstood animals. On Saturday, January 27 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., visitors will be led through a series of educational outdoor stations that include learning about the characteristics of a groundhog, searching for groundhog holes, meeting with naturalists for a treasure hunt/nature hike and, eventually, finding Wally the Woodchuck. Attendees will also be able to try chucking wood with a catapult or trebuchet. more

On Sunday, January 7, the Princeton Battlefield Society (PBS) will mark the 247th anniversary of the Battle of Princeton with its signature educational event, “Experience the Battle of Princeton.”

The event will begin at 9:45 a.m. with introductions and comments on the background of the battle. Members of the public are urged to arrive at the site by 9:15 a.m. to secure space and parking. A narrated reenactment of a portion of the Battle of Princeton will begin at 10 a.m. featuring reenactors portraying Crown and Continental forces. The reenactment will conclude by 11 a.m.  more

Interested students and families are invited to join the French American School of Princeton (FASP) for their Winter Open House on Saturday, January 20 from 9 to 11 a.m. This event is designed for prospective preschool through eighth grade students. more

Sixteen volunteers recently gathered to plant 100 native trees and shrubs along a new section of the Lambertville Nature Trail. The group, including Lambertville Mayor Andrew Nowick, planted a variety of native trees and shrubs including eastern red cedar, flowering dogwood, sweet birch, white oak, and eastern redbud. These trees and shrubs will help to reduce flash flooding from this hillside neighborhood, filter and cool air and water, and provide important wildlife habitat. more

Image Source: Palmer Square and Princeton Holiday Trolley Tours

On December 9 and 10 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Princeton Holiday Trolley Tours will take visitors past some of the town’s most significant sites. 2023 marks a complete re-design of the popular experience with an expanded route that will teach participants about the area’s prize-winning thinkers, writers, scientists, and noteworthy history. From Woodrow Wilson and Albert Einstein to F. Scott Fitzgerald and Toni Morrison, this tour is action-packed!  more

On Thursday, December 21 from 4 to 5:30 p.m., Princeton Public Library (PPL) welcomes any neurodivergent individuals who are looking to connect with Princeton community members while working on their own crafting projects (brought from home). The crafting session will be held at PPL’s STEAM Studio. The program is intended for people ages 17 and older. more

Interview by Donald Gilpin | Photo courtesy of Princeton Theological Seminary

Jonathan Lee Walton became the eighth president of Princeton Theological Seminary on January 1, 2023. He is the first African American and the first Baptist to hold that position.

Walton earned his Ph.D. (2006) and Master of Divinity (2002) degrees from Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS). Before his return to PTS, he served as dean of Wake Forest University’s School of Divinity, where he was the Presidential Chair in Religion and Society, and before that as the Plummer Professor of Christian Morals and Pusey Minister in the Memorial Church at Harvard University. more

The reenactment of George Washington crossing the Delaware River in 1776 is one of the region’s most popular and well-attended traditions. Taking place on Sunday, December 10 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the famous Crossing will also be accompanied by Colonial Era activities, learning sessions, and games. Jason Q. Bohm will narrate events in the Historic Village and children’s author Jenny Cote will be sharing two of her novels. The day promises to include fun and learning for all. more

Join The Watershed Institute on Thursday, November 9 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. for a special presentation on the biology and ecology of the northern saw-whet owls. Led by local researchers at the Wild Bird Research Group, the ecologists will discuss data collected through the Owl Banding Program. Tyler Christensen, Ph.D. candidate in ecology and evolution at Rutgers, will lead the discussion. more

This year’s Night Out With NAMI will take place at Trenton Country Club for “A Night at the Races” on Saturday, November 18. The Kentucky Derby-themed event will feature Southern fare, mint juleps, live bluegrass music, and a silent auction.

Central to the evening’s celebration will be the recognition of mental health champions Tom Pyle and David Lee White.  more

The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) will hold its 35th Annual Spirit Week October 16 through 21 in celebration of current students and returning alumni. With lots of Lion spirit, students will promote campus activities that they are proud of. From varsity sports to performing arts and everything in between, this week also provides a way to meet and connect with fellow students over a shared love (or even curiosity) of interests.  more

Image Credit: Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart

On Thursday, October 5, friends and supporters of Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart joined in commemorating the school’s 60th anniversary at the Founders Leadership Reception at the home of John and Woodney Wachter P’31.  more

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