Events

The calendar below reflects Trident’s public events. For information about hosting a private event at Trident head over to our Private Functions page.

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Book Signing: Go Green for Wellness 7:00 pm
Book Signing: Go Green for Wellness
Sep 8 @ 7:00 pm
Book Signing: Go Green for Wellness
Trident is excited to welcome Mary McAlary for a signing of her book, Go Green for Wellness.  About the Book: Mary McAlary is in better shape today than she was 11 years ago when she was[...]
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A Generous Eye: Ted Polumbaum’s Visual Legacy 7:00 pm
A Generous Eye: Ted Polumbaum’s Visual Legacy
Sep 12 @ 7:00 pm
A Generous Eye: Ted Polumbaum’s Visual Legacy
Images, stories & discussion marking release of new book JUXTAPOSITIONS: Images from the Newseum Ted Polumbaum photo collection — will feature author/editor Judy Polumbaum in conversation with beloved Boston photographer Lou Jones. The blacklist propelled[...]
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Book Launch: Soul Psalms 7:00 pm
Book Launch: Soul Psalms
Sep 14 @ 7:00 pm
Book Launch: Soul Psalms
Trident is excited to welcome U-Meleni Mhlaba-Abedo for the launch of her new book, Soul Psalms.She will be joined by Anna Ross reading from her new book Figuring and Jessica Bozek  author of The Tales. There will also be[...]
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A Night with Homebound Publications 7:00 pm
A Night with Homebound Publications
Sep 15 @ 7:00 pm
Trident is excited to welcome authors from Homebound Publications for a night of readings of their various works.
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Book Signing & Discussion: The Art of Money 7:00 pm
Book Signing & Discussion: The Art of Money
Sep 20 @ 7:00 pm
Book Signing & Discussion: The Art of Money
Trident is excited to welcome Bari Tessler for a discussion about her book The Art of Money. About the Book: The Art of Money brings mindfulness, body-based awareness, and radical self-love to one of our most troublesome[...]
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Reading and Discussion with Lee Hope, Jennifer Barber, and Betsy Sholl 7:00 pm
Reading and Discussion with Lee Hope, Jennifer Barber, and Betsy Sholl
Sep 29 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Reading and Discussion with Lee Hope, Jennifer Barber, and Betsy Sholl
About the Authors Lee Hope, author of Horsefever (New Rivers Press, March 2016), is editor-in-chief of Solstice: A Magazine of Diverse Voices. Her fiction has received grants from both the Maine and the Pennsylvania Arts Commissions.[...]
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