Book Discussions/Events

Book discussion, author talks, Friend's book sales, Foundation events that are free and open to public.

Berkeley Walks Tour @North

The expanded and updated edition of local bestseller, Berkeley Walks: revealing rambles through America’s most intriguing city by Janet Byron and Robert Johnson, features 21 self-guided, information-packed treks through one of America's most fascinating cities with its diverse architecture, panoramic views, tree-lined neighborhoods, historic homes, unusual gardens, secret pathways, hidden parks, intriguing history and colorful street life. 

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Resilient Berkeley Book Club @North

Adverse Childhood Experiences, or ACEs, have been called the #1 Public Health issue of our current time. ACEs refer to childhood traumatic experiences that impact our life-long health outcomes.

Join the Resilient Berkeley Book Club for a documentary film screening about the ground breaking program that examines the longterm consequences of childhood trauma. 

The Ace Study: Childhood Trauma and Adult Health

Part Two - 44 minutes

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Books to Big Screen @Claremont

Read the book and join us at the Claremont Branch for a screening of the movie it inspired!  Space is limited, so make your reservation on Eventbrite soon. For more information, contact Michael at (510) 981-6280. Ages 9 -11 only.

What to read:

Mary Poppins Comes Back written by Dr. P.L. Travers

What we will watch:

Mary Poppins Returns directed by Rob Marshall

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