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Princeton library hosting Pearl Harbor video, Christmas ornament swap Tuesday

Both events are free

The Princeton Public Library will be offering two programs Tuesday, Dec. 7 — one commemorating Pearl Harbor and another a holiday event.

At 4 p.m., the library will be showing a one-hour video in honor of the 80th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. The video “Pearl Harbor: Into the Arizona” is a PBS production that takes an in-depth look at the USS Arizona and shares the stories of the survivors.

Following this film, the library will host a holiday ornament swap between 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. People can bring in a number of their tired, old ornaments and walk away with the same number of unique, joy-infused ornaments. The library will provide holiday music, refreshments and take and go projects. With the at-home kits, attendees will be able to make a Christmas card or an origami star.

Patrons are welcome to come for the documentary and stay for the refreshments and ornament swap. For additional information, go to www.princetonpl.org.