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Summer Cartooning Vibe Sessions with Aaron Southerland @Claremont

Mondays in JULY (9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th)
1-2:30pm


Art mentor and cartoonist, Aaron Southerland, will hold a series of Cartooning Vibe Sessions. The sessions are dedicated to the artsy students who desire to create and continue working on their own cartoon and comic characters. Aaron will provide guidance on drawing technique using a variety of drawing materials.


Ideal for Grades 5-8.
Space is limited, please call 510-981-6287 to sign-up.

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Music with Bonnie Lockhart@THP South

Celebrate the start of summer reading with Bonnie Lockart and her music!

Bring your family, sign up for the summer reading game, pick your free sign-up book, and join in Bonnie's fun and interactive musical performance. Designed to maximize children's participation, her shows feature sing-along, clap along, move-along activities with folk songs from many countries and cultures including Jamaica, Japan, Nigeria, Nicaragua, and the United States.

The Summer Reading Game starts June 15 and ends September 1. The whole family can join in, visit the library to find out more!

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Women & Power: Sharing Stories @Claremont

Whether an activist, advocate, the first in your community to shift roles around gender, or someone thoughtful about the ways gender has shaped your life - join our project to capture and archive important stories about these issues.

Sign up for a free 30 minute session. Spaces are limited - registration required. This session of the Sharing Stories project will be held at the Claremont Branch Library in the Fiction Alcove. Contact Andrea Mullarkey: amullarkey@cityofberkeley.info (510) 981-6060

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Pride & Joy by Kathleen Archambeau @Claremont

Join the author, Kathleen Archambeau, for a reading and discussion of her book, Pride & Joy.

Hear about stories of success, happiness and hope from the LGBTQ community around the corner and around the world.

Longtime LGBTQ activist, Kathleen Archambeau is an award-winning nonfiction writer and journalist. She’s been featured on Forbes, Gay and Lesbian Review, SF Bay Times, and Windy City News. Find out more at www.kathleenarchambeau.com

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Growing Whole, Not Old: Giving Back to the World @ North

Growing Whole, Not Old

Today, many people approaching mid-life can expect to live another 20 or 30 years. How do you want to live those years?

In this free and interactive workshop based, presented by Janet Piggins, LCSW and based on the book From Age-ing to Sage-ing: A Profound New Vision of Growing Older by Rabbi Zalman Schacter-Shalomi, we’ll explore ways to live the second half of life more consciously and compassionately through discussion, interactive exercises, journaling and artwork.

Part Four: Giving Back to the World

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Growing Whole, Not Old: Facing Our Mortality @North

Growing Whole, Not Old

Today, many people approaching mid-life can expect to live another 20 or 30 years. How do you want to live those years?

In this free and interactive workshop based, presented by Janet Piggins, LCSW and based on the book From Age-ing to Sage-ing: A Profound New Vision of Growing Older by Rabbi Zalman Schacter-Shalomi, we’ll explore ways to live the second half of life more consciously and compassionately through discussion, interactive exercises, journaling and artwork.

PART THREE: Facing Our Mortality

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Growing Whole, Not Old: Harvesting Life's Wisdom @North

Growing Whole, Not Old

Today, many people approaching mid-life can expect to live another 20 or 30 years. How do you want to live those years?

In this free and interactive workshop based, presented by Janet Piggins, LCSW and based on the book From Age-ing to Sage-ing: A Profound New Vision of Growing Older by Rabbi Zalman Schacter-Shalomi, we'll explore ways to live the second half of life more consciously and compassionately through discussion, interactive exercises, journaling and artwork.

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