There is now another way you can help Princeton Adult School provide great education to the community
I Hear My People Singing: Voices of African-American Princeton, written by Kathryn Watterson and published by Princeton University Press (2017), is a microcosm of American history. We live with a myth that slavery was in the South. This eye-opening book takes us into human bondage, segregation, and racial injustice in the North. It grew out of an oral history project that began in 1999 when Kitsi Watterson enlisted her Princeton University students to help her and her neighborhood partners save the stories of a generation who had grown up in the Jim Crow town of Princeton, New Jersey, where segregation was a way of life in the churches, schools, restaurants, stores, and on campus.
Digital photo management has many advantages, but there are those of us who miss flipping through a print photo album. Luckily, there are many services that easily allow you to make professional looking photo books out of your digital pictures. We will compare different services available online and students will receive guidance setting up their photobooks with Mixbook.
Learn the proper way to use a stone to sharpen your most important kitchen tool- the knife. Bring two of your favorite knives. You will learn techniques to create a well-cared for blade and how to keep your knives in great shape. Additionally, the instructor will bring his professional sharpening equipment and will sharpen one favorite knife for each student. Bring ease to your kitchen tasks with knives that do their jobs well. www.niceandsharp.com.
Short term ONLINE courses are interactive, thorough and inexpensive. You’ll acquire in-depth knowledge and increase your skill level in just a few hours per week. All of our online courses include expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. Our ONLINE courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared just for you.
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Find your class by navigating our new map. Remember to always check the code next to your class title in the catalog to indicate your class location, ie., PHS, JW. We will be at the entryways every night of class to help you find your classroom See you soon!