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Face-to-face networking is an essential skill to master and an important aspect of your job search strategy. This interactive workshop will cover the true definition of networking, networking opportunities, and more. For more information call 510-981-6280 or visit berkeleypubliclibrary.org.
April is Poetry Month! Native American Poets read their work from the anthology, Red Indian Road West: Native American Poetry from California. The book's editors, Kurt Schweigman (formerly known as Luke Warm Water), and Lucille Lang Day, are joined by contributors, Stephen Meadows, Linda Noel and Kim Shuck to read original work.Musician, Mignon Geli, will perform on the native wood flute.
Join our neighbors from the East Bay Depot for Creative Reuse for an afternoon of upcycling. Use materials other people cast off to make fabulous new creations. All ages welcome at this community-wide event.
This event sponsored by the Friends of the Berkeley Public Library.
West is offering 8 yoga sessions April 5th - May 24th-- every Wednesday evening from 6:30-7:30pm. Class will be open to all practicing levels and ages 13+. Patrons are encouraged to bring their own mat or towel to practice.
Arm Knitting with GoGo Craft
Learn how to knit a scarf in 2 hours with just one ball of yarn and your own two arms! One skein of bulky weight yarn will be provided for every participant. For ages 11 and up. Spaces for 20 people; please register by calling 510-981-6270.
Join us for another Smart Cycling Skills class offered by our friends at Bike East Bay. This free workshop will cover how to do your own basic bike maintenance. We will conclude the class with a demonstration on how to use the new Bike Fixit station located outside of the Claremont Branch Library. Our Dero Fixit Station was purchased with the generous support of the Friends of the Berkeley Public Library. We hope you'll stop by and try it out!
Register for this class with Bike East bay by calling 510-845-7433 ext. 2 or visiting thier website at BikeEastBay.org/education.
Ever wonder what the scientists at Cal are up to? Now is your chance to find out with this thrilling series of short lectures on the latest cutting-edge research. Learn about issues in science from scientists one-on-one with a new set of guest lecturers each month!
SUNDAY March 19th, 1-3:30 pm
3rd Floor Community Meeting Room
This Month’s Topic: The Microbiome
Professor Kathleen Ryan
Madeleine Jensen (Graduate student)
River otters are making a comeback in the Bay Area after almost disappearing from the region in the last century. These charismatic carnivores make wonderful ambassadors for river and wetland restoration and conservation efforts. Yet, little is known about their population, range, and seasonal eating habits in the Bay Area. The River Otter Ecology Project has taken on the challenge of discovering and documenting their ecological niche, with the goal of informing land use decisions and preserving habitat for these lively aquatic mammals.
Join us in the 3rd floor Community Meeting Room for Facing West Shadow Opera's production of "The Euphoria of Walt Whitman," a live Baroque puppet opera exploring queer poet Walt Whitman’s obsession with the traveling operas of the Wild West, phrenology, and the gold rush era. Shadow puppets are accompanied by live music written by Purcell, Monteverdi, Caccini, George Crumb and improvisation