Girls in grades 4 through 8 are invited to attend this hourlong class that explores the programming language Python. In each session, a core concept will be covered, along with an exercise to put your new skills to the test. No coding experience necessary. Instructors: Valeria Torres-Olivares & Kyara Torres-Olivares of Code Equal. Join the […]
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Due to the anticipated weather conditions, we are postponing this event. More extreme heat, flooding and health problems – this is what climate science says is in store for the Princeton region. Planning and preparation can help mitigate the worst of these effects and reduce the economic burden of dealing with them after the fact. […]
The February meeting of VOICES will be canceled. We apologize for the inconvenience. Meet other high school teens who are passionate about activism at these moderated discussions of hot topics in the news such as racial profiling, global warming, and international politics. Co-sponsored by Redefy and Not in Our Town Princeton.
Girls in grades 6 through 12 are invited to explore the core concepts of coding while building confidence, learning teamwork and making friends. Activities for all levels of experience will be included. Girls Who Code is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology and preparing girls for the future. For […]
David Schuchman discusses what you need to do in order to prepare for your next interview, what to expect from your interviewer, and what you need to do after the interview. Co-sponsored by the library and PSG of Mercer County.
Please note: Black Voices Book Group is meeting at a special time this month so that people can attend the Black Poetry: A Gala Reading at McCarter The group discusses “An American Marriage” by Tayari Jones.
Students in fourth through eighth grades are invited to drop in for an hour to learn to code using the programming language Python. Each session includes a core concept and exercise. No coding experience is necessary. Instructors: Valeria Torres-Olivares & Kyara Torres-Olivares of Code Equal. Join the “Code It” mailing list for more information and […]
Anyone interested in the traditional Japanese art of paper folding is invited to meet for 90 minutes of new, often seasonal, folding. Beginners are welcome. Adults must accompany children younger than 8.
All sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students are welcome to join us on the second Saturday of every month for a fun discussion of books and other interests. Conference Room
Susan Borbely, Princeton Public Library librarian, gives a presentation about using the social media platform Twitter as a job-seeking tool. Topics include how Twitter can be used to find job leads, network with industry leaders, research companies and build your personal brand. Co-sponsored by the library and PSG of Mercer County.