One Book One Trenton: Take Home Art Project – Visionboards

Trenton Free Public Library now has take home crafts available related to our One Book, One Trenton pick, Kindred! This month's craft is vision board making. Use the poster board and magazines we provide to make a collage vision board connecting to the themes of Kindred! Craft kits can be collected at the circulation desk, and copies of the Kindred novel and graphic novel can be borrowed from the library.

Grow with Google: Connect with Customers and Manage Your Business Remotely

Discover Google tools that can help you work and manage your business during this time of uncertainty. Learn how to update critical business information online, keep your customers informed, conduct virtual meetings, and access important files from anywhere. Plus, get insights on more online and timely resources for small businesses. Products: Google My Business, Google Meet, Google Drive Difficulty Level: Introductory

Board of Trustees Meeting

Open to the public Join Zoom Meeting: Meeting ID: 872 1357 7347 Passcode: 070277

Grow with Google: Work Smarter This Year With Google’s Productivity Tools

You already use Google Workspace, Gmail, Calendar, Meet, Docs, and more. Now what? This workshop, hosted by Laura Mae Martin, Google’s Executive Productivity Advisor, will share productivity tips to help you work faster and smarter. You’ll learn how to organize emails into tasks in one step, use voice-to-text typing in Docs, create Calendar work blocks to manage your time, and more. We will cover both free and paid features. Products: Google Workspace, Gmail, Calendar, Meet, Docs Difficulty Level: Introductory

One Book One Trenton: Write Your Story – Write a Letter to an Ancestor

Our One Book, One Trenton pick, Kindred, is a great conversation starter on the topic of ancestry. Let's keep the conversation going by writing letters to our ancestors! If you want to share your writing, email your letter to and it will be shared on the One Book, One Trenton webpage!

Free Your Life of Clutter!

Overwhelmed by clutter?  Ready to let go of items but don’t know where to begin, how to decide, or where to distribute the items?  Learn tips in this course to make the process easier.  We’ll also discuss tips on how long to keep papers, how to arrange what you keep and how to prevent future clutter.  Go from chaos to comfort! This webinar will be provided by Ellen Tozzi, Certified Professional Organizer and Owner of NATURAL ORDER. Register in advance for this webinar: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

One Book, One Trenton Take Home Craft: Paint a Portrait of an Ancestor

Trenton Free Public Library now has take home crafts available related to our One Book, One Trenton pick, Kindred! This month's craft is painting portraits of our ancestors. Use the watercolor kits we provide to make one! If you want to share your project with the community, come to the library to take a photo of you holding your art and we can put it on our website! Craft kits can be collected at the circulation desk, and copies of the Kindred novel and graphic novel can be borrowed from the library.


One Book, One Trenton: Kindred Fireside Chat

Tune in to our fireside chats on Facebook Live where we discuss our One Book, One Trenton selection Kindred, by Octavia Butler. Staff will discuss a section of the book and encourage viewers to comment their opinions and feedback to join the conversation. The chats will take place on the Trenton Free Public Library Facebook page.

Drawing Live Stream Program with Rashad Malik Davis

Rashad Malik Davis is a professional artist and illustrator. Come join him as he draws on livestream and talks about the artistic process. Viewers will be able to ask Rashad questions about his work and the artistic process, and Rashad will answer on stream!

Entrepreneur Resources in NJ

Virtual Event

Starting a business can be complicated, especially right now. Let us help! We're partnering with the Women's Center for Entrepreneurship to bring you this session covering the following topics: - Intro to the WCEC programs & services for start-ups and established businesses - General considerations - Business plans - Funding - Legal entities - Additional Resources Registration is required. Please click HERE to register.

Focus on Your Future: Credit and Money Management Workshop

Get ready to learn the basics of making a budget, how to read a credit report, and about what can be done to correct errors that may negatively affect your credit rating. Led by a HOPE Financial Wellbeing Coach, the workshop will also cover your rights as a consumer, and how to make the most of them. Please email To receive the Zoom link

The Cultural Phenomenon of Home DNA Testing: Presented by Libby Copeland

Libby Copeland is the author of The Lost Family: How DNA Testing is Upending Who We Are. This book explores the rapidly evolving phenomenon of home DNA testing, its implications for how we think about family and ourselves, and its ramifications for American culture broadly. The Wall Street Journal says it's "a fascinating account of lives dramatically affected by genetic sleuthing." The New York Times writes, "Before You Spit in That Vial, Read This Book." The Washington Post says The Lost Family "reads like an Agatha Christie mystery" and "wrestles with some of the biggest questions in life: Who are we? What is family? Are we defined by nature, nurture or both?" This presentation will discuss the extraordinary cultural phenomenon of home DNA testing, which is redefining family history. With more than 37 million people having been tested, a tipping point has been reached. Virtually all Americans are affected whether they have been tested or not, and millions have been impacted by significant revelations in their immediate families. This event will take place via Facebook Live.