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Need help with your resume? Working on a research paper? We can help on Thursdays April 10, 17, 24, & May 1, 2014. Visit our 20-computer-workstation Electronic Classroom on the 3rd floor of the Central Library. 4pm—5:30pm
Dan Chan magic will present a humorous and entertaining program of amazing sleights, astonishing illusions, and surprising stunners. Fun for the whole family.
Join us for face painting in the morning and performances for the whole family.
10:15 Puppet Show: The Boy Who Cried Wolf by Puppet Art Theater
11:00 Diane Ferlatte Storyteller with musician Erik Pearson
2:00 Dan Chan Magic
Join us for playful and imaginative yoga-based movement activities. For children ages 3.5 and up accompanied by a participating parent.
Hang out and play! Come and enjoy an afternoon of creative fun with Legos!
Read Dr. Seuss books to your child, play interactive online games, enjoy giveaways and meet the Cat in the Hat himself!
Young children will enjoy using a variety of tape in this process-based activity that encourages fine motor skills, compositional choices, creative thinking, and more. This activity is recommended for all ages; the youngest children may need assistance. For further information call 981-6270.
Steve Finacom, past President of the Berkeley Historical Society, talks about the evolution of Berkeley’s transit core around Center St & Shattuck Ave, starting in the 1870s with the advent a train station connecting Berkeley with Oakland. Every generation since has seen a new development (evolution) of the area as a “transit hub,” with the idea that the transit station is being built for today and the future. Yet every generation finds it an antiquated mess that needs improvements.