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Library Events

Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Harding Library! All events are free and open to the public. Registration required where noted.

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Stay and Play
10:15 a.m.
 Stay and Play
Tuesday, Jun. 18, 10:15 a.m.Stay and Play
19 Blue Mill Road
Young children, along with their caregivers or guardians, can come to experience unstructured play and socialization.
Story Time with Grandpa Ralph and Miss Kathy
11:00 a.m.
Story Time with Grandpa Ralph and Miss Kathy
Tuesday, Jun. 18, 11:00 a.m.Story Time with Gran
19 Blue Mill Road
Please join Grandpa Ralph and Miss Kathy for an exciting Story Time during Stay and Play.
The Science and Art of Space Travel
4:00 p.m.
The Science and Art of Space Travel
Tuesday, Jun. 18, 4:00 p.m.The Science and Art
19 Blue Mill Road
Shelley from Amateur Astronomers, Inc. is returning to teach about the NASA Moon Gateway Space Station, what life is like when traveling through space, and the children will create their own space path map.  There may also be a zoom call with a female space pilot.  Astronaut ice cream will...read more

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Hormone Harmony Through the Ages: Understanding Hormones as We Age (on zoom)
11a.m.
Hormone Harmony Through the Ages: Understanding Hormones as We Age (on zoom)
Wednesday, Jun. 19, 11a.m.Hormone Harmony Thro
zoom
Register hereJoin us to learn about women’s hormones as we transition through various life stages. From puberty to child-bearing years and menopause, vital hormones significantly impact a women’s health. This discussion will delve into the symptoms linked to hormonal shifts and investiga...read more
Princeton’s Black Community in the Era of the Civil War (on zoom)
12p.m.
Princeton’s Black Community in the Era of the Civil War (on zoom)
Wednesday, Jun. 19, 12p.m.Princeton’s Bl
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Betsey Stockton’s Neighbors: Princeton’s Black Community in the Era of the Civil WarRegister herePrinceton, New Jersey, has long had the reputation of being a pretty and prosperous college town, an almost bucolic stop midway between Philadelphia and New York. Yet despite being in the Nor...read more
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Tobacco 101 (on zoom)
10a.m.
 Tobacco 101 (on zoom)
Thursday, Jun. 20, 10a.m.Tobacco 101 (on zoom
zoom
Register hereReady to quit smoking? This presentation highlights the journey to giving up tobacco products. Learn tips on how to stay motivated and smokefree at every stage. Discussion will include the necessary steps individuals must take to be successful in their journey. Treatment and cessation r...read more
The EVOLVING Employment Model: Managing Your Career in the Rapidly Changing Economy (on zoom)
12p.m.
The EVOLVING Employment Model: Managing Your Career in the Rapidly Changing Economy (on zoom)
Thursday, Jun. 20, 12p.m.The EVOLVING Employm
zoom
Please join Paul Cecala of Cecala Career Consultants for this highly interactive session that explores what jobs and careers look like going forward. Learn how to develop a new outlook on how to create income stability and growth as well as consistent work.Register here
Virtual Author Talk: Unpacking a History of Systemic Racism in the American Education System with Tiffany Jewell (online)
2:00p.m.
Virtual Author Talk: Unpacking a History of Systemic Racism in the American Education System with Tiffany Jewell (online)
Thursday, Jun. 20, 2:00p.m.Virtual Author Talk:
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REGISTER HEREJoin us as #1 New York Times bestselling author Tiffany Jewell highlights the inequities Black and Brown students face from preschool through college as she presents lessons and knowledge from her new book Everything I Learned About Racism I Learned in School. From preschool t...read more
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Crafternoon!
4:00pm
 Crafternoon!
Monday, Jun. 24, 4:00pmCrafternoon!
19 Blue Mill Road
Drop by the library for some fun crafts after school! 
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Stay and Play
10:15 a.m.
 Stay and Play
Tuesday, Jun. 25, 10:15 a.m.Stay and Play
19 Blue Mill Road
Young children, along with their caregivers or guardians, can come to experience unstructured play and socialization.
Story Time with Grandpa Ralph and Miss Kathy
11:00 a.m.
Story Time with Grandpa Ralph and Miss Kathy
Tuesday, Jun. 25, 11:00 a.m.Story Time with Gran
19 Blue Mill Road
Please join Grandpa Ralph and Miss Kathy for an exciting Story Time during Stay and Play.
Kemmerer Library Book Club
1:30p.m.
 Kemmerer Library Book Club
Tuesday, Jun. 25, 1:30p.m.Kemmerer Library Boo
19 Blue Mill Road
All are welcome to join the Kemmerer Library Book Club! The group meets in the library every other Tuesday at 1:30p.m.Books are available in hard copy or on the Kemmerer Kindles. Upcoming dates are:June 11th: “Looking for Jane” by Heather MarshallJune 25th: “Demon of Unrest&rd...read more
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Establishing Home Care Services and Getting the Equipment You Need (on zoom)
11a.m.
Establishing Home Care Services and Getting the Equipment You Need (on zoom)
Wednesday, Jun. 26, 11a.m.Establishing Home Ca
Zoom
Register hereChanges in a patient’s mobility or in their physical or cognitive functioning may call for a need for services and equipment to help themnavigate their home environment more safely and comfortably. During this session, we will review types of home services, such as visitingnurse s...read more
Animal Adaptations with the Turtle Back Zoo!
11:00am
Animal Adaptations with the Turtle Back Zoo!
Wednesday, Jun. 26, 11:00amAnimal Adaptations w
19 Blue Mill Road
  Students discuss adaptations as a concept and explore examples of both physical and behavioral adaptations as demonstrated by a variety of zoo animal ambassadors.

Cooking Club (in person)
1p.m.
 Cooking Club (in person)
Wednesday, Jun. 26, 1p.m.Cooking Club (in per
19 Blue Mill Road
Join us to talk all things food - recipes, memories, restaurants, etc. In June we will be sharing our favorite BERRIES OR STONE FRUITS recipes.
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The Abraham Lincoln Lecture Series - Part II - Lincoln’s Emergence as a Military Realist
7p.m.
The Abraham Lincoln Lecture Series - Part II - Lincoln’s Emergence as a Military Realist
Thursday, Jun. 27, 7p.m.The Abraham Lincoln
Zoom
Lincoln's Emergence as a Military RealistNo one, least of all the incoming President, could foresee what the future portended as he took the oath of office in March, 1861. In fact, he would be the only President (with the exception of FDR's 3rd term) to begin and end his tenure with the...read more
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