Events

6 events for May 3
  • 10:00am - 10:30am

    Stories, songs, rhymes, fingerplays and movement for children 18 months and up.

    All children must be accompanied by an adult.

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  • Book buzz: families full of drama

    There was gasoline to set a house on fire, a wronged wife, a dead husband and a sister in danger, with suspected crooked law enforcement agents and politicos galore, so nobody could be trusted. At this critical point in the story, my audiobook loan inconveniently expired. My book was deleted from my app's bookshelf, leaving me waiting in suspense while several people behind me with holds finished their borrowing and my turn came up again.

    Posted Apr 18 2016 - 8:43am by JPainter
  • 65 Words at 65 Witherspoon

    May is National Short Story Month and to celebrate, the library is looking for writers to contribute short stories. The catch? Tell us a story in exactly 65 words. From your submissions, a panel of staff members will select one story to post on a special Tumblr each day during the month of May.

    Posted Apr 4 2016 - 3:39pm by KFriberg
  • Getting to know you

    I want to learn everything I can about Princeton. Moving to a terrific community and starting a great new job is incredibly energizing. If you have had this kind of experience, you know what I mean. You feel like your capacity to consume information has increased exponentially, as though your limbic system has tapped into a fountain of youth, and you want to drink deeply from the well.

    Posted Apr 1 2016 - 9:20am by bbonfield
  • Spring fever

    Spring may be a bit early this year but that doesn't make it any less welcome here at the library. On rainy Mondays, it's helpful to reflect on the blooms that burst into life over the past week or two. Those clear days mark an ideal time to read a library book on Hinds Plaza or on our third floor terrace. I took advantage of the gorgeous weather to take a few snapshots. The lighting and subjects were so beautiful no filters or cropping seemed necessary.

     

    Posted Mar 28 2016 - 8:54am by ALevie

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