November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. This interactive presentation discusses the importance of brain health and will show you how to keep your mind sharp by teaching you exercises to help increase your memory. Presented by Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Learn what you can do to lower and control your blood pressure, what the new guidelines are and what they might mean for you. Presented by Maya Mann, PA-C, board certified physician assistant with Princeton Medical Center.
After Ted Kennedy kills a woman in a car crash, he tries to protect his presidential aspirations by using his family's political power to control the subsequent scandal. Starring Jason Clarke, Kate Mara, Ed Helms, and Bruce Dern. Rated PG-13; 101 minutes, 2017.
Register online or by calling the Robbinsville Branch at (609)259-2150. Please register each person separately.
Pearl Harbor, 7 December 1941-The Pacific Boils Over
Come learn about the attack that sunk 8 battleships, destroyed 64 American aircraft and killed or wounded over 3,400 military personnel. Did critical errors made by our national leaders make us more vulnerable? Presented by Paul Zigo, military historian and founder of the World War II Era Studies Institute.
Discover the new technology that is transforming the way joint replacement surgeries are being performed, and how it can provide a more personalized surgical experience. Presented by Harvey Smires, MD, orthopedic surgeon with the medical staff of Penn Medicine Princeton Health.
Washington Crossing the Delaware and The Battle of Trenton
Come learn details of the battle Washington so desperately needed to wage and win! Complete with maps, recreated equipment, and uniforms of the period. Presented by Mike Jesberger, Historical Reenactor and Lecturer.
Due to the inclement weather, all branches of the Mercer County Library System are closing at 4:00pm today and all events are cancelled, please check our website and/or catalog for updates regarding due dates and other important announcements.