Berkeley Public Library & mak-'amham present: CAFE OHLONE TALKS @ BPL
This is the finale for our series of education sessions with the creators of Cafe Ohlone, hosted by the library! Come learn from & about East Bay Ohlone culture and experience at this combined tea tasting and educational session. Enjoy tea (and brownies!) with traditional springtime flavors & ingredients while mak-'amham founders Vince Medina and Louis Trevino lead a 30 minute talk followed by audience Q&A.
There are only 40 spots available, so register now at this link OR by calling (510) 981-6148.
REGISTRATION HAS NOW CLOSED. But you haven't missed your shot -- more tea tastings to come! Keep an eye on the Library Happenings newsletter and our social media accounts (@berkeleypubliclibrary on both Facebook and Instagram).
This event is being held at ‘oṭṭoy, the current iteration of Cafe Ohlone that was created in collaboration with the Heart Museum at UC Berkeley. ‘oṭṭoy is located on the Cal campus at Bancroft on College Avenue. If you are using a digital map, put "Hearst Museum of Anthropology" as your destination.