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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26
 
11 a.m.
Letra Pequeña
Through engagement with books, activities and crafts, these sessions are designed to help children and adults improve Spanish language skills. Sessions are conducted in Spanish and are intended for parents/caregivers to attend with babies and toddlers. Story Room
 
 
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
 
 
6:30 p.m.
Princeton Tech Meetup with Edgar Choueiri
Edgar Choueiri will discuss how he mixed his passion for 3D sound technology with innovation and invention to turn his ideas into a serious business for himself and Princeton University. Choueiri is a world-renown leader in the field of plasma physics and plasma propulsion for spacecraft as well as an avid audiophile, acoustician and classical music recordist with a decades-long passion for perfecting the realism of music reproduction. He is a professor of applied physics at the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department of Princeton University, and Associated Faculty at the Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Program in Plasma Physics. He is also Director of Princeton University's Engineering Physics Program and Chief Scientist at the university's Electric Propulsion and Plasma Dynamics Lab, a recognized center of excellence in research in the field of advanced spacecraft propulsion. He is also the director of Princeton's 3D Audio and Applied Acoustics (3D3A) Lab.
 
Registration is requested via meetup.com/Princeton-Tech.
 
Note: A nominal $5 fee is charged to cover cost of pizza and refreshments, but can be waived upon request for students, those seeking employment and seniors.
ALSO ON SEPT. 27
4 p.m., Chess
7 p.m.,   Write Space
DATABASE SPOTLIGHT
 
One hundred years ago today, Woodrow Wilson's vision for world trade, labor issues and the raging war in Europe were among the stories that filled the front page of The New York Times. The entire newspaper from that day, and every day from its initial publishing in 1851 through 2013, is part of the library's New York Times Archive database. Available for in-library use only, the easily searchable database is a valuable resource for researchers, genealogists and students, providing accounts of local, regional, national and international events. To access the New York Times (1851-2013) database while in the library, choose Explore at the top of the library's home page, then click on Research and Databases A-Z.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
 
 
 
Noon
Spotlight on the Humanities: Religion in American Life "Black Gods, Prophets, and Utopian Visions: Religion and Racial Identity in Early 20th Century America"
Princeton University Prof. Judith Weisenfeld explores the intersections of religion and racial identity among black migrants from the South and immigrants from the Caribbean who encountered one another in the northern cities of the early twentieth century Great Migration. The focus is on the founders and members of groups like the Moorish Science Temple, Father Divine's Peace Mission movement, congregations of Ethiopian Hebrews, and the Nation of Islam, all of which emerged in the context of urbanization, migration, and immigration, and promoted alternative understandings of black racial identity and collective history to the dominant narratives provided by mainstream black Protestant churches and in broader American society. Community Room
 
Presented with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this programming do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
ALSO ON SEPT. 28
 
 
 
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
 
 
11 a.m.
Princeton Farmers Market
Seasonal produce from local farmers, flowers, crafts and a variety of edibles are available through 4 p.m. at this weekly event. Live music from 12:30-2:30 p.m. Hinds Plaza.
 
Co-sponsored by the library and Princeton Farmers Market.
ALSO ON SEPT. 29
11:30 a.m., Open Study Time
Noon-2 p.m. and 5:30-7 p.m.,  Mercer County ID Card Program
FRIDAY, SEPT. 30
 
9:45 a.m.
Job Seekers Session: Money Saving Strategies During a Career Transition
Bill LaChance, a personal financial strategist, covers strategies to consider to help with cash flow during a career transition. The focus will be on those strategies that may not be well known or understood. Topics will include: Medical Insurance through the Affordable Care Act, tax implications of 401k/403b rollovers and withdrawals, tax deductibility of job hunting expenses, strategies to take advantage of lower marginal tax rates during a transition and potential adjustments to financial aid. Community Room
 
Co-sponsored by the library and Professional Service Group of Mercer County.
ALSO ON SEPT. 30
8:30 a.m., Meet the Mayor
4 p.m., Acting Out
 
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1
 
 
3 p.m.
Tenali Raman: Folk Tales from India
This original work, based on Indian folktales by Catherine LaMoreaux, is presented in collaboration with the Dragonfly Multicultural Arts Center and McCarter Theatre Center. The performance will shed light on mythical legends and spiritual ideas from South India and enhance the experience of attending McCarter's upcoming dance performance by Aparna Ramaswamy.
 
Ramaswamy, a master of the classic South Indian dance form of Bharatanatyam, will explore similar legends and spiritual themes during her acclaimed solo work "They Rose at Dawn," on Sunday, Oct. 23, at McCarter. She will be accompanied by a Carnatic music ensemble.
 
As a community that actively welcomes recent immigrants, Princeton is one of a growing number of municipalities nationwide that is a member of Welcoming America Network. This collaborative event is one of a series of public events being held throughout town to welcome recent immigrants from different ethnic groups to the town's vibrant cultural life.
ALSO ON OCT. 1
9 a.m.,  Knit for Others
 
 
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2
 
 
12:30 p.m.
Unruly Sounds Music Festival
This celebration of original music from Princeton University's versatile graduate music program features a broad variety of post-classical/contemporary grooves by Florent Ghys with Bonjour, Pascal LeBoeuf and Pascal's Triangle, Matt McBane, and Annika Socolofsky. Also featured are popular local artists such as Damsel, Bitter Bloom, Matt Trowbridge, and Owen Lake and the Tragic Loves. Hinds Plaza
 
Co-sponsored by the library and Princeton Sound Kitchen.
UPCOMING


Oct. 3, 7 p.m.,  Continuing Conversations on Race
Oct. 4, 7 p.m.,   Democracy is a Design Problem
Oct. 5, 7 p.m.,  Why the Saxophone?
Oct. 6, 7 p.m.,  Princeton CHOOSE Information Session
Oct. 7, 4:30 p.m.,  Library Live at Labyrinth: Nancy Weiss Malkiel
Oct. 8, 2 p.m.,  Go Between Club
 




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