Area Community Events Calendar

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AARP Foundation

Tax-Aide program seeks volunteer preparers

The Mercer County AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program is seeking volunteers to prepare federal and state tax returns in 2023. Mercer Tax-Aide volunteers prepare tax returns in Princeton, West Windsor, Hopewell Township, Pennington, Lawrence, Hamilton, Robbinsville, as well as in Plainsboro. New volunteers attend training classes in November, December, and January. IRS certification is part of the training program. Tax preparation begins in February. All levels and types of experience are welcome. AARP membership is not required. New volunteers will work with a small group of well-trained veteran volunteers. AARP Foundation Tax-Aide volunteers prepare millions of tax returns across the country each year. Taxpayers of any age can take advantage this free service.
To learn more about the program and sign up, visit or call 1.888.227.7669.



Women’s College Club of Princeton Monthly Meeting — With Guest Speaker, Mr. Bruce Jeffries-Fox

Monday, January 15 | 1:00–3:00 p.m.
Location: Morven Museum Stockton Education Center, 55 Stockton Street, Princeton, New Jersey 08540

Guest speaker Mr. Bruce Jeffries-Fox tell the story about “Dorothy Eady: The most mysterious and unique Egyptologist.” All are welcome.



Advances in AFib Management and Stroke Prevention
Thursday, February 29 | 6:00 p.m.

Learn about the latest advancements in the management of atrial fibrillation (AFib) as well as medications and non-drug options for stroke prevention among patients with atrial fibrillation. Join Dr. Roy Sauberman, a board certified and fellowship trained cardiac electrophysiologist from Capital Health Cardiology Specialists, for a discussion that will also include information on the Watchman implant, an FDA-approved device proven to reduce stroke risk in people with AFib not caused by a heart valve problem.

This event will be taking place virtually using Zoom. Register online at and be sure to include your email address. Zoom meeting details will be provided via email two to three days before the program date. Registration ends twenty-four hours before the program date.



Princeton Branch of the English-Speaking Union Lecture Series
Lecture series meets at 3:00 p.m. on the fourth Sunday of the month
Location: The Nancy S. Klath Center for Lifelong Learning, 101 Poor Farm Road, Princeton

Upcoming talks:
Sunday, March 3 — Mindi Mc Mann from the College of New Jersey will talk about contemporary South African literature. (A very short reading assignment will be sent out before her lecture.)
Sunday, April 28 — Member Ron Schnur will describe the exploits of female British explorers of the Victorian and Edwardian Age.
Sunday, May 5 — Chris Ludovici will return to analyze our fascination with the character Sherlock Holmes and to explore the various ways he has been portrayed on screen.

All talks start at 3:00 p.m. Refreshments are served after the talk.

Founded in 1920, The English-Speaking Union is a nonprofit, non-political educational organization that employs English as a catalyst to foster global understanding and good will through educational and cultural exchange programs. The ESU carries out its work through a network of fifty-eight Branches nationwide along with affiliates in the United Kingdom and sixty other countries. For additional information about the English-Speaking Union, please visit