10 Crucial Days: Princeton and the American Revolution.
Presented by Barry Singer of the Princeton Historical Society. Starting with a quick summary of the events leading up to the Revolutionary War, some of the major initial battles, and the Retreat across New Jersey, this talk will feature the extraordinary events of the ten crucial days of the War, starting with Washington’s Crossing of the Delaware and culminating in the Battle of Princeton on January 3rd, 1777. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Registration required. Call 882-3148.
Presented by Liudmila Ivanova. Join us for a special afternoon of lovely holiday music performed by the former principal harpist with the St. Petersburg Opera Theatre and the Mariinsky Theatre in Russia. Ms. Ivanova, who holds a Master’s degree in Harp from the St. Petersburg Conservatory, has performed in more than 4,000 concerts and possesses over 20 years of experience as a harpist. Registration required. Call 882-3148.
Communicating and Connecting Effectively with Dementia Patients
Presented by Nicolette Vasco of Alzheimer’s Association. Learn how to explain the communication changes that take place throughout the course of Alzheimer’s disease, decode verbal and behavioral messages delivered by someone with dementia, respond in ways that are helpful, and identify strategies to connect and communication at each stage of the disease. Registration required. Call 882-3148.