Albert Einstein “Live” on June 20

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Albert Einstein-From Ulm to Princeton Thursday, June 20 at 7 pm in the Community Room Albert Einstein –  Up close and personal with Princeton’s eccentric genius (speech delivered by Bill Agress appearing  as Professor Albert Einstein) Learn the truth about the world’s most famous genius.  Hear about his family, pets, eccentricities, favorites, childhood, schooling, hobbies, Institute for Advanced Study, how […]

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Genealogy Basics – 3 part course starts May 21

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Interested in learning more about where you come from? Join us for this 3-part introductory course. Genealogy Program at 7:00 pm in the Friends Learning Lab on: Tues., May 21 – Genealogy Fundamentals  Tues., May 28 – Application of Genealogy Fundamentals  Tues., June 4- Application of Genealogy Fundamentals Class 1 – Genealogy Fundamentals This session will focus on fundamentals of […]

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Adriana Trigiani April 11 One Book, One Montgomery County

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Montgomery County Libraries celebrate ONE BOOK, ONE COUNTY with Tony’s Wife  by Adriana Trigiani   (January 31, 2019, montcolibraries.org)… Bestselling author, Adriana Trigiani, is scheduled to be in Montgomery County this spring!  Come see her on Thursday, April 11 at 2:00 pm at Ursinus College’s Bomberger Auditorium in Collegeville or at 7:00 pm at Keneseth Israel Synagogue in Elkins Park. Her […]

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Apr. 17 Socrates Cafe

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Socrates Café Wednesday, April 17, 2019 Our Socrates Café is an opportunity to exchange thoughtful ideas and experiences All political, economic, and social points of view are welcomed and encouraged. The only ground rule is that we will be polite to those opinions that differ from our own. Should the Electoral College Be Abolished? Article II Section I of the […]

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