Please join Malcolm Margolin and Vincent Medina as they explore the Chochenyo Ohlone food culture. Malcolm is the founder of Heyday Books and the author of The Ohlone Way: Indian life in the San Francisco-Monterey Bay Area. Vincent has launched a native foods catering business based on delicious recipes with venison, huckleberries, acorn, chia and other native foods. He will be bringing a sampling from his delicious menu!
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The Tarea Hall Pittman South Branch teen leadership group hosts a tour of the Berkeley Art Museum. Join a museum curator for a tour of the museum's special exhibits. Space is limited and priority will be given to Berkeley teens. Call or email teen librarian Andrea Mullarkey for information and to reserve your spot: (510) 981-6060 or email@example.com.
Join us in the 3rd floor Community Meeting Room for Home Movie Day - a screening of home movies collected from the people of Berkeley!
We'll be projecting your home movies and found films in 8mm, Super 8, and 16mm formats on the Community Meeting Room’s big screen. We’ll also have tips on how to best preserve and care for your films. Don’t have your own home movies? Come join the audience to get a unique glimpse into the past!
Drop off your home movies in the 3rd floor Community Meeting Room to be inspected before this afternoon's Home Movie Day screening! You can also drop film off early at the 5th floor Art & Music Desk any time during regular library hours - now through October 20.
Celebrate Indie Author Day with local author Tina Jones Williams. Her recently published Perfect Pitch is the third and final book in the Julia Street series set right here in South Berkeley. Come hear from Tina about her books, the history of the neighborhood and her experiences as an indie author and self-published writer.
Take a free Bicycle Skills class at the Claremont Branch Library. An instructor from Bike East Bay will share nightime biking tips in a free one-hour workshop that will have you all set for the darker evenings after Daylight Savings Time ends on November 5th. To register visit BikeEastBay.org/education or call 510-845-7433 ext 2. Bike with confidence. Bike for the future. Bike for fun.
Children and their families are invited to sing, dance and play when Cascada de Flores, returns to Claremont to share a bounteous assortment of traditional songs and dances from Mexico.