Make cozy slippers to take home with the mobile craft mavens of GoGoCraft. This program is open to all ages though kids under eleven will need a parent or guardian's help. Space is limited to twelve participants and sign up is required at www.eventbrite.com/. Call the library for more information about this workshop or for tips on how to register at 510-981-6280. This free program is sponsored by the Friends of the Berkeley Public Library www.berkeleylibraryfriends.org.
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Stacey Singleton will lead a series of three yoga classes at the Claremont Branch. All ages, levels of skill and experience are welcome though space is limited. Online sign up for this progam is required https://www.eventbrite.com/
Please contact the library for information on this program of for help navigating the online signup at 510-981-6280.
Please bring a yoga mat if you like. The library has a limited number of yoga mats for students to use.
This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Berkeley Public Library at berkeleylibraryfriends.org/
Lyn Hejinian reads her poems, followed by an interview and discussion. Lyn Heijian is a poet, essayist, translator, and professor at UC Berkeley. Among her books are The Book of a Thousand Eyes, The Wide Road (with Carla Harryman) and the Unfollowing which came out this year from local press Omnidawn. A free chapbook is available at Berkeley Public Library branches. Please pick one up. For directions or other information call the Claremont Branch 510-981-6280. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Berkeley Public Library berkeleylibraryfriends.org/
Join us at the downtown Berkeley Public Library for
Homelessness in Berkeley: a Panel Discussion.
There are exciting and viable programs that can house the homeless in Berkeley! Panelists will provide a broad background on homelessness as well as specific conditions in Berkeley in order to demystify this important community issue and share proven solutions that have already worked in other cities. We will hear about solutions that are happening now and those that can be applied in Berkeley.