Ages 8 and up. All skill levels welcome. Learn to knit and/or crochet. Some supplies available. Knit with others and be inspired!
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Hosted by the Berkeley Public Library and the Pacific Center for Human Growth, and in response to recent hate crimes experienced by East Bay LGBTQ Community Centers and individuals, this panel and community forum will explore what it means to be a safe space in unsafe times for our LGBTQ community and broader at-risk communities.
Simple Slippers with GoGo Craft
Keep your toes toasty warm in these fun and easy to make felt slippers! You can customize them with an octopus, mustache, flower, or your own design. So cute you won’t want to take them off! Templates for sizes XS, S, M, L, XL provided. For ages 12 and up. Registration for 15 people: please register by calling 510-981-6270.
Tamale Making with Rosa Martinez from La Cocina SF
Monday, December 18th at 1pm
Bring your whole family and learn to make rustic Oaxacan tamales for the holidays.
Please register by visiting Eventbrite and searching for Claremont Library programs.
Join director and producer, Dr. Shakti Butler, for a screening of his new film Healing Justice and a facilitated conversation. Designed for dialogue, Healing Justice addresses the youth-to-prison pipeline, the need for comprehensive criminal justice reform, and highlights the importance of healing methodologies such as restorative justice. Dr. Butler also directed Cracking the Codes: the System of Racial Inequity.
Children and teens are invited to decorate cookies! All materials will be provided, you bring your creativity and your appetite. Participants will take home all the cookies they decorate - on a plate or in your stomach, it's up to you!
This program brought to you by the Tarea Hall Pittman South Branch teen leadership group and sponsored by the Friends of the Berkeley Public Library.