Artists’ Talk

Hear from the artists behind this month's art exhibition, “Art by Area Cartoonists” featuring work by regional artists who portray everyday events through cartoons and illustrations.

Heads Up Seniors: A Fall Prevention Program

The goal of this interactive presentation is to educate and inform seniors about strategies intended to increase safety in the home and around the community. You will learn strategies regarding ways to prevent falls, “walk, bike and drive” more safely, and receive a safety checklist to anticipate and diminish the chances for injuries.

Zine Making – Young Adult

Young Adult Lounge (First Floor) 120 Academy Street, Trenton, NJ, United States

Get creative and put together your own Zine using paper, stamps, and other materials!

The Rivers Under the Earth – Summer Series: Thornton Wilder One-Acts

Trenton Free Public Library and Always Love Lucy Theatre Present “SUMMER SERIES: THORNTON WILDER ONE-ACTS”. Series #2: The Rivers Under the Earth (Reading Room) This play is thought to represent middle-age, in Wilder's unfinished cycle of The Ages of Man. On a point of land jutting into a lake in southern Wisconsin, the Carter family enjoys a summer's eve. It's an evening like many others: Nothing happens and everything happens.

Bouncy Balls – STEM Program

A part of our Kids STEM Series, students will make their own bouncy balls in this science lab and then learn about the chemistry and physics behind it!

Adult Chess Club

Come to the Library on July 21st and join the first meeting of the Adult Chess Club where one of our librarians will be providing boards and pieces as well as teaching the basics of play and strategy.

Silent Library Minute to Win It – Young Adult

Young Adult Lounge (First Floor) 120 Academy Street, Trenton, NJ, United States

Play against others in games using common household items to see who's the greatest... just remember to stay silent!

Celebrating Beer and Food

July 28th, 2-3 pm @ Community Room A It's been 40 years since the first post-prohibition microbrewery opened in the United States, but craft beer is only now hitting its stride. There are now more than 9,000 small breweries opening in the country, and they are producing some of the most flavorful and innovative brews that have ever been created. The rise of local beer mirrors the rise in local food as well and as more people seek out new tastes or historical sips and flavors. We'll explore this relationship through the lens of the recently released Craft Brewery Cookbook. Presented by John Holl: Journalist covering the beer industry. He hosts the “Drink Beer, Think Beer” podcast and he’s the editor of All About Beer magazine. John is a contributing editor at Wine Enthusiast magazine and the author of The Craft Brewery Cookbook: Recipes to Pair with Your Favorite Beers.

Engineering and Automata Machine – STEM Program

Children's Room (Lower Level) 120 Academy Street, Trenton, NJ, United States

 Students will go through the engineering design process and will learn about parts of a simple machine as they build their own creative automata!

Trenton Health Team

Trenton Health Team will provide information on the New Jersey Cancer Education and Early Detection (NJCEED) Program and conduct Social determinants of health (SDOH) screening and Biometric screenings (height, weight, bp) for residents. THT will also be providing information on Project Dulce, a five-week diabetes management class that's available in English and Spanish.


Fire Department Recruiting Event

The Trenton Fire Department will be holding a recruiting and Informational event to notify the community of the up and coming civil service fire exam.