Climate Change and Water Quality Activities


We have heard about the permanent effects of climate change on the world. However, what about the specific harm happening to NJ? How is NJ’s environment, biodiversity, water sources, and even humans going through? This presentation will teach you about that and more. It will show how NJ is changing and what we are losing. Most importantly, you will also learn how to help prevent more losses and play your part in preserving our great state.   Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 813 1371 5491 Passcode: 708595 Dial by your location +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)

‘Zine Tutorial – Young Adult

Young Adult Lounge

A 'zine (short for magazine or fanzine) is a piece of work entirely up to you. Create it, design it, color it - whatever you'd like. Come to the Young Adult lounge for more information and tools to get started creating your own 'zines.


Digital Drawing and Advertising Class

Children's Room 120 Academy Street, Trenton, NJ, United States

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.


Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

The Friends of Trenton Free Public Library is collaborating with Building Better Communities and Elements of the Community, Inc. to provide the Trenton community with access to the Emergency Broadband Benefit, a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program. The temporary benefit will help lower the cost of broadband service for eligible households during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. On Wednesday, February 9th from 2:15 pm – 4:30 pm, staff from the two community partners will be at the library to help patrons apply for the tablets with Free WIFI. Eligible patrons or households will receive the tablet onsite. A one-time $20 activation fee will be required. Valid State ID required; Must also bring one of the following documents: SNAP FOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM MEDICAID (NOT MEDICARE) SSI (NOT SSD) VA PENSION BENEFIT FEDERAL PUBLIC HOUSING (FPHA) FREE & REDUCED LUNCH PROGRAM SCHOOL BREAKFAST PROGRAM FEDERAL PELL GRANT SECTION 401 LOSS OF INCOME OR LAYOFF SINCE FEBRUARY 29, 2020 Questions about the event, CALL 609-922-1722 Click here to register For more information about the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, please visit


Master Class: Black History, Black Freedom & Black Love

Trenton Free Public Library 120 Academy Street, Trenton, NJ, United States

Join us to watch the three - part online class: Black History, Black Freedom & Black Love Friday, 2/11/22, 12 - 4 pm THE PAST Friday, 2/18/22, 12 - 4 pm THE PRESENT Friday, 2/25/22, 12 - 4 pm THE FUTURE From critical race theory to the 1619 Project, learn from seven Black intellectuals who are reshaping conversations on race in America. Deepen your knowledge of Black American experiences, past to present, with groundbreaking scholars. Free Entry! Class provided by MasterClass. Location: Trenton Free Public Library - 1st Floor Can't make it? You can watch it at home as well. Click HERE to watch

The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden

Trenton Free Public Library 120 Academy Street, Trenton, NJ, United States

Always Love Lucy Theatre & King Lahiri Productions welcome you to their production of the Thornton Wilder one-act: The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden, directed by Saima Huq. About the play: A middle-aged couple and two of their three surviving children drive through New Jersey, from Newark to Camden, to visit their eldest daughter, who has recently suffered a tragedy. The journey is full of arguments, laughter, and joy in simple things like billboards, hot dogs and sunsets. It’s a journey where nothing happens, and yet everything happens. The play was first produced on November 25, 1931, at the Yale University Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut, by the Yale Dramatic Association and the Vassar College Philalethis. Please turn off your cell phones and keep your masks on.

Friends of the Library Meeting

The meeting will be hybrid to allow meeting in person for those who are comfortable and a Zoom link for those who are not or are unable to attend in person. Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 871 3564 7238 Passcode: 904718 Dial by your location: +1 646 558 8656 US (New York) Find your local number: