from the archive

Age Group: Teens

Steve Kornacki: “So It’s 2020: What We Can Expect”

  As the Iowa caucuses approach, Steve Kornacki, national political correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC, looks at how the Democratic race is shaping up, how long it is likely to last and what the landscape will look like for whoever emerges to take on Donald Trump. Kornacki is the author of “The Red and […]

African American Read-In

The African American Read-In, an event dedicated to diversity in literature, is presented in partnership with Princeton Public Schools. Please check back for updates and more events as the month approaches. 11 a.m.: Poet: Khalil Murrell Noon : Performance: ACT-SO 1:15 p.m. : Books Transform | An Inter-generational Presentation on the books that have been […]

Engage Princeton: Effective Public Speaking (Grade 6 and up)

Under the mentorship and guidance of experienced student debaters, participants in this workshop will learn tools to become effective public speakers. Participants will practice public speaking exercises, learn how to effectively ask questions, construct compelling arguments and advocate for positions. Open to students in grades six and up. Led by Chris Wang, Charlie Biggs and […]

Engage Princeton: “How to Propose a Successful Ordinance”

Shirley Satterfield and Leighton Newlin will talk about the steps they took to propose what eventually became the ordinance to make the Witherspoon-Jackson Neighborhood Princeton’s 20th Historic District. Image courtesy of Municipality of Princeton.  

Meet the Mayor

Princeton residents are invited to discuss concerns with Mayor Liz Lempert through 10 a.m.