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MercerMe Community Calendar:
Events happening in and around Hopewell Valley

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Freedom to All: New Jersey’s African-American Civil War Soldiers (virtual)

Join discussion Freedom to All: New Jersey's African-American Civil War Soldiers on Wednesday, February 8, 7pm, virtually hosted by the Mercer County Library System. Author and historian, Joseph G. Bilby discusses his book, Freedom to All, which explores the contributions of New Jersey's African-American Civil War soldiers.  An often overlooked subject, Mr. Bilby expands on the involvement […]

The Life of Belle da Costa Greene (virtual)

Join the Mercer County Library System on Wednesday, February 15, 7pm as Jeanne Johnson, docent at Princeton University Art Museum, as well as Morven Museum and Garden, presents the story of a phenomenal woman, Belle da Costa Greene, who became one of the most prominent librarians in American history. While cataloging and working with rare books at […]

East Windsor’s African American West Airport Road Community

The West Airport Road Project will commemorate contributions to agriculture and commerce in the Hightstown-East Windsor area by the Sumbry family and others who worked and lived there. In his talk on Wednesday, February 22, 7pm Charles (Cappy) Stults, president of the Hightstown-East Windsor Historical Society, will outline that history and describe plans to erect interpretive […]

The DASH or Mediterranean Diet

Healthy Eating helps the body to stay in tip top shape. The differences between the Mediterranean Diet and DASH will be discussed in this webinar along with keeping your immune system strong. The DASH or Mediterranean Diet on Thursday, February 23, 1pm will be presented by Dr. Karen Ensle, the Family and Community Health Sciences […]