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What could be better than music and art together? Live jazz by violinist India Cooke and drummer Don Robinson, accompanied by stories presented by artist and educator Lisa DiPrima, all while you create art. Art supplies will be provided. Ages 4 and up.
Join us for a special Black History Month Make Some Thing workshop where we will make paper beads inspired by traditional African artisans. All materials will be provided and participants will take home a project of their choosing that they make themselves. All teens of middle and high school age are welcome.
Join us for a Drop-In Makerspace. We'll have materials for duct tape crafts, decoupage, zentangle and more. We provide the supplies to help you get inspired…you make whatever you want! All teens of middle and high school age are welcome.
4th floor Story Room
Make a set of 10 notecards with envelopes, to give as gifts or keep for yourself. We'll use recycled library books to line our envelopes, and an "I love my library stamp" to decorate the front of the card. Inside, you can write a note on the DueDate card.
Participation is limited to the first 20 registrants. Call 510-981-6236 to sign up.
Live jazz by violinist India Cooke and drummer Don Robinson helps make stories come to life, while you create art! Artist and educator Lisa DiPrima is there to guide you with your art, and reading stories from Hana Hashimoto, Sixth Violin by Chieri Uegaki, and Beautiful Blackbird by Ashley Bryan.
4th Floor, Central Children's Room