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Math SAT & ACT Tutoring

Children's Room 120 Academy Street, Trenton

Math SAT & ACT Tutoring! Saturdays 11:00am-1:00pm Grades 6th-10th. Registration is required. Limited spots available. To register, call (609) 392-7188 ex. 32

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Free ESL Class

Trenton Free Public Library 120 Academy Street, Trenton

ESL Classes are returning to the Trenton Free Public Library! Saturdays @ 1pm If you have any questions, please call 973-960-0927 or contact the library at 609-392-7188. Clases de ESL an regresado en la Biblioteca Pubica De Trenton! Las clases estan abierta para todo y siempre son gratis. Sábados @ 1pm Si tiene alguna pregunta, llame al 973-960-0927 o comuníquese con la biblioteca al 609-392-7188.

Revolutionary Conversation

Trenton Free Public Library will transform into a “living museum” featuring students from Sprout U School of the Arts sharing the perspectives of African Americans on the Revolutionary War and its meaning for enslaved people during a free community event. This free event is funded by a community history grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities to the Old Mill Hill Society. Volunteers include community activists such as Marc McKithen, Algernon Ward, Crystal Feliciano, and Kenneth Miles; educators such as Rebecca Franco-Martin, Laurie Budrewicz, Nina McPherson, and Danielle Miller-Winrow, as well as neighborhood volunteers. The committee’s goal is sharing stories not typically included in traditional Anglo versions of the Revolutionary War in a way that not only entertains and educates children, but also engages teens and adults in exploring issues of equality and freedom. The event will feature: Characters sharing their stories while engaging visitors in discussions about choices they faced and actions they took. Free copies of “Answering the Cry for Freedom” while supplies last at the event. Q&A with author Gretchen Woelfle Arts/crafts activity for young children All current COVID-19 safety protocols must be followed, Masks are required in the library and COVID-19 vaccinations and booster shots are strongly encouraged. Issues to be explored were selected based on a public survey in July 2021 and a virtual "community conversation" live streamed on the TFPL Facebook page.

Knitting Club

Trenton Free Public Library 120 Academy Street, Trenton

Ever wanted to make your own clothes? Or want a space to continue your own knitting project? Led by two of our TAG Volunteers, learn the basics of knitting every other Saturday at 2 PM. For ages 9-18.

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Digital Drawing Class- Character Design

Children's Room 120 Academy Street, Trenton

Free exclusive opportunity for youth ages 9-14 Through Prompts and design challenges, we will create conceptual art that has a real world application in the world of advertising! All materials will be provided for use during the class.