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This event is in the "Ages 19+ (Adults)" group.
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Library Branch: Online Branch
Room: Merriweather Online Classroom
Age Group: Ages 19+ (Adults)
Program Type: Author & Literary Events, Book Clubs, Community & Culture, History & Genealogy
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  Travel back to Regency England (1811-1820) as we use the popular Netflix series, Bridgerton, to discuss everything from fashion and monarchy to issues of race, class, and gender in the early nineteenth century.  ...
This event is in the "Ages 19+ (Adults)" group.
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Library Branch: Online Branch
Room: Merriweather Online Classroom
Age Group: Ages 19+ (Adults)
Program Type: Art & Music, Author & Literary Events, Community & Culture, History & Genealogy
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Each month, April through July, docents from the Princeton University Art Museum will use art works from the Museum's Collections to discuss diverse artists and their work. Some presentation may be focused on a specific theme. Participants will be in...
This event is in the "Ages 19+ (Adults)" group.

Foods Across America - Southeastern Region

7:00pm - 8:00pm
East Columbia Branch
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Library Branch: East Columbia Branch
Room: Marvin Thomas Room
Age Group: Ages 19+ (Adults)
Program Type: Community & Culture, History & Genealogy
Registration Required
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Learn and discuss the regional foods/recipes that are indigenous to the Southeastern Region of the United States.  Share some southern hospitality, recipes and favorite cookbooks.   Please register with an email address to receive an im...
This event is in the "Ages 6 - 11 (Grades 1-6)" group.
Library Branch: Glenwood Branch
Room: Pindell Room
Age Group: Ages 6 - 11 (Grades 1-6)
Program Type: History & Genealogy
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A class for all fans of the Who? What? Where? books and anyone fascinated by astonishing events and people from history. What Was the Titanic? As the ship set off on the first ever voyage, it was called "unsinkable". Find out what happened on that...
This event is in the "Ages 19+ (Adults)" group.
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Library Branch: Online Branch
Room: Merriweather Online Classroom
Age Group: Ages 19+ (Adults)
Program Type: Author & Literary Events, Community & Culture, History & Genealogy
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  Since February 24, 2022, news and social media feeds from Ukraine have been showing us scenes of horror and mass destruction, from the deliberate targeting of civilian populations to the leveling of historic cities, now widely acknowledged ...
This event is in the "Ages 6 - 11 (Grades 1-6)" group.
Library Branch: Glenwood Branch
Room: Studio A
Age Group: Ages 6 - 11 (Grades 1-6)
Program Type: History & Genealogy
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A class for all fans of the Who? What? Where? books and anyone fascinated by astonishing events and people from history. Who Was Jacques Cousteau? "Meet" one of the pioneers of ocean research, exploration and conservation. Learn about the research...
This event is in the "Ages 19+ (Adults)" group.
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Library Branch: Miller Branch
Room: Ellicott/ Patapsco/ Avalon Rooms
Age Group: Ages 19+ (Adults)
Program Type: Author & Literary Events, Book Clubs, Community & Culture, History & Genealogy, Racial Equity
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  This event is In-Person at HCLS, Miller Branch. Please register to attend. Limited seats.  In KOSHERSOUL, Michael Twitty, James Beard award-winning author of the acclaimed The Cooking Gene, explores the cultural crossroads of...
This event is in the "Ages 14 - 18 (High School)" group.
This event is in the "Ages 19+ (Adults)" group.
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Library Branch: Miller Branch
Room: Patapsco/Avalon Rooms
Age Group: Ages 14 - 18 (High School), Ages 19+ (Adults)
Program Type: Community & Culture, History & Genealogy, Racial Equity
Registration Required
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“Land acknowledgments” are statements that recognize Indigenous peoples dispossessed of their land and/or relationships with land by settler colonists. These statements are seen as an effective and ethical way to begin acknowledging Indigenous sovere...