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PSRC Hosts A Virtual Town Hall

THIS WEEK’S VIRTUAL PROGRAMS AT PSRC

GALLERY TALKS ONLINE
A special online edition of Gallery Talks is coming to PSRC in May.
Thursdays in May & June for six weeks, beginning May 7 at 1:00 p.m.
Join us on Zoom for another round of exemplary art lectures with the Princeton University Art Museum’s talented docents. These weekly seminars are designed for those interested in exploring the richness and complexities of the world of art. This six-session course is a collaborative effort between the Princeton University Art Museum and PSRC’s Evergreen Forum.
Registration required. $75 for the six-session course.
May 7 — Bouguereau’s “Woman with an Iris,” with docent Denise McDaniel
May 14 — Childe Hassam: an American Impressionist, with docent Connie Shaffer
May 21 — Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, with docent Rob Coghan
May 28 — Sol LeWitt: Prolific Minimalist, with docent Jeanne Johnson
June 4 — Winging It: America’s Early Avian Artists, with docent Laura Berlik
June 11 — Cassatt and Degas in Paris, with docent Adria Sherman
These seminars will be held in a virtual format using Zoom video conferencing. You will be able to see and hear the docents, the art, and other participants. Please know that this medium is user-friendly and we have support if you need it. For technical assistance, click HERE to request help or email tech@princetonsenior.org. If you have questions about Gallery Talks, please contact programs@princetonsenior.org.
REGISTER HERE

PSRC HOSTS A VIRTUAL TOWN HALL
Covid-19: A Community Health Perspective
Featuring Dr. George DiFerdinando, Chair of Princeton’s Board of Health
Tuesday, May 5 from 3:00-4:15 p.m. on Zoom
PSRC is pleased to host a virtual town hall meeting with Dr. George DiFerdinando Jr., Princeton resident and community health expert. Dr. DiFerdinando will answer your questions about Covid-19 and the Coronavirus — from symptoms to social distancing to safety and more. Join us for this unique opportunity to hear from a local expert.
To read Dr. DiFerdinando’s bio, click HERE
Free to the public
REGISTER HERE

Safe-4-Seniors
The Princeton Senior Resource Center, in partnership with the Greater Mercer TMA and Ride Provide, is pleased to offer Safe-4-Seniors Home Delivery Service. This temporary program is being offered during this crisis so that seniors can receive safe, no contact delivery from local food establishments for a low cost. The pickup and delivery must be within Mercer County, Plainsboro, and the southern portion of Montgomery. Hours for delivery would be between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Subsidized by PSRC, your cost would only be $5.00 per delivery. Deliveries are limited to within the same town (i.e. Lawrence to Lawrence) or an adjacent town (Princeton to Lawrence). To participate, you must first register for the program with PSRC HERE. Once you are registered, you may purchase virtual delivery vouchers HERE. There is an initial limit of FOUR VOUCHERS per household.

Once you are registered and have purchased vouchers, you would schedule curbside pickup from a grocery store, farm stand, pharmacy, restaurant, etc. within the defined area. For a list of vendors offering curbside pickup, click HERE. You may use other vendors within the defined area as you are able to secure curbside pickup. Once you have secured a day/time for your curbside pickup, you would call Ride Provide at 609.452.5144 to schedule a delivery. Advance notice of at least 24-hours is requested, however same day requests will try to be filled if a driver is available. Please make your reservation with Ride Provide as soon as a pickup time slot is secured.

Financial Assistance:
For residents affected by the coronavirus outbreak and in need of financial assistance, please visit the Princeton Human Services Department website and submit a CORONAVIRUS EMERGENCY EXPENSE REQUEST FORM. The request form is also available HERE. All requests will receive a response within 48 hours and determinations will be made as quickly as funding allows.

Neighborhood Buddy Initiative — We have plenty of volunteers who are ready to assist Princeton residents. Register for a Neighborhood Buddy today. More information can be found HERE. To be paired with a Neighborhood Buddy who will offer you assistance, please register HERE.