Special

Poet MK Chavez @Claremont

MK Chavez reads her poems, followed by an interview and discussion. MK Chavez is the author of several chapbooks including Mothermorphosis.  Chavez is co-founder/curator of the reading series Lyrics & Dirges at Pegasus Books, curates Uptown Fridays, and is co-director of the Berkeley Poetry Festival. A free chapbook is available at Berkeley Public Library branches. Please pick one up!

For directions or other information please call the Claremont Branch at 510-981-6820. This event is part of a guest poet series held three times a year at the Claremont Branch. Free.

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Berkeley Stories: Bill Fujimoto @North

Berkeley Stories is a monthly series featuring the extraordinary ordinary people all around us.  The people that make Berkeley the unique place it is, and whose hands have touched our lives in sometimes unseen ways.
 
This month, meet Bill Fujimoto.
 
From Caldwell, Idaho to BHS and UCB. 1968 NCAA Gymnastics Team Championships. Mechanical Engineer.
 
Monterey Market. Advocate for local farmers, artisans, and organic produce. Some would say maverick!
 
Chefs. San Francisco Ferry Plaza Market Collaborative.
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Betty Reid Soskin: A World War II Homefront History

Betty Reid Soskin is a park ranger with the National Park Service, assigned to the Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home front National Historical Park in Richmond ,California.  At age 95 Soskin is the oldest national park ranger in the United States.  Join us as she recalls Richmond and the Bay area during World war II

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