Make a robot plushie that you can take home when our friends from Gogo Craft visit Claremont Branch! This special, free workshop is limited to 15 and is best for crafters ages six to twelve years old. Sign up for this program with Eventbrite at www.eventbrite.com. Funded by a generous donation from the Friends of the Bekeley Public Library.
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Ages 10-18. Join the Berkeley Public Library and Our Family Coalition for a showing and discussion of the movie A Place in the Middle. A Place in the Middle is a documentary about a young Hawaiian student who dreams of leading the boys-only hula troupe, and is supported by her teacher, who understands first-hand what it is like to be "in the middle" of kāne (male) and wahine (female), and by the Hawaiian tradition of embracing those who embody both male and female spirit.
Join us for a reading, interview, and discussion with local poet Joyce E. Young. A free chapbook is available at Berkeley Public Library branches. This event is free thanks to a generous donation from the Friends fo the Berkeley Public Library. Please call 510-981-6280 for more information.
Meet up with other teens in a safe and supportive place to talk about issues of gender and sexual identity. This informal group meets every Wednesday throughout the summer. Discussion topics and projects will be decided on collaboratively by those in attendance. Snacks will be provided and all teens are welcome! We'll meet in the 3rd floor community room.