Books & Brownies @THPS

Teens: write book reviews - get brownies!

That's right - free delicious brownies for book loving teens! Write reviews of your favorite books (or movies or music) for our teen reviews page. Or warn other teens about things that weren't any good. Bring reviews already written or take turns recording a review to be transcribed later. For each review you do you get a free brownie.

Want to know what we mean by a review? Find examples on the teen reviews page.

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Social Justice Sewing Academy @THPS

Join the Social Justice Sewing Academy in a group process of discussion, design and making of quilt blocks.

This program is part of the Tarea Hall Pittman Social Justice Series. This program honors the legacy of Ms. Pittman’s social justice activism that positively affected the lives of people in California. Programming topics and formats are diverse but the goal of each event is to bring awareness and promote discussions related to human rights, social privilege, and equal opportunity.

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African American Quilting with Peopleologie @West

Learn about quilting traditions and patterns passed down for generations from times of slavery and the Underground Railroad. Along with a slide show and touchable artifacts, you'll use math, geometry, and your imagination to create a shared wall-hanging (and maybe a second square to take home!) by re-purposing scraps.

Best for participants ages 5 and older.

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TECH WEEK: Inventing Tomorrow @Claremont

Pizza! Guest Speaker! Film!

In celebration of Tech Week, enjoy a special presentation from Cal NERDS, then watch a film about 6 teens from around the world using STEM to help improve their communities while competing in the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) https://bit.ly/2IHX5Xr.

Pizza while supplies last! Everyone welcome!

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Dillbilly @Claremont

New year, new music from D and their band!

Dillbilly (pronoun they/them) is a genre-queer alt-country singer-songwriter based out of Oakland, CA. Raised in a trailer park, surrounded by cornfields and grain silos in the rural Midwest near the Ohio River, Dill grew up going jug fishing and playing classical piano.

Over the past 20 years, they have been performing and touring across the U.S. and Canada. New album release this year! 

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