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Advance signups recommended by calling 510-981-6148. Join us in the 4th floor Story Room for an exciting workshop with Himalayan poet Yuyutsu R.D. Sharma. Using mantras, prayers, folk music and striking panoramic slides of Nepal from his book, Nepal Trilogy, itinerent poet, anthologist, and translator, Yuyutsu, will discuss the oral and folk traditions of the Himalayas and read poems from his travels in three regions of the Himalayas --Everest, Annapurnas and Helambu.
Tarea Hall Pittman South Branch teen leadership group hosts a teen tour of the Berkeley Art Museum. This professionally guided tour will focus on two current exhibits featuring artists Martin Wong and Miyoko Ito. Discover more about the exhibits here then contact us to register.
Space is limited and priority is given to Berkeley teens. Call or email teen librarian Andrea Mullarkey to register: (510) 981-6060 or email@example.com.
Bring your friends, family and all the Hamilfans you know for a community Hamilton sing-along! We will play the instrumentals through our sound system and project the lyrics on our big screen. You all will provide the enthusiastic voices!
All ages are welcome but the production contains some mature themes and language. Each family should decide themselves which family members this event will be appropriate and enjoyable for.
Join Sewam American Indian Dance for a celebration of contemporary and traditional native dance and music. Founder Eddie Madrill, a member of the Pascua Yaqui tribe of Southern Arizona and Northern Sonora Mexico, will deliver a visually stunning performance and discuss the history of the dances and their social and spiritual significance. Please call 510-981-6280 or visit our website for more information.
Please join Malcom Margolin and Vincent Medina as they explore the Chochenyo Ohlone food culture. Malcolm is the founder of Heyday Books and the author of The Ohlone Way: Indian life in the San Francisco-Monterey Bay Area. Vincent has launched a native foods catering business based on delicious recipies with venison, huckleberries, acorn, chia and other native foods.
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The Tarea Hall Pittman South Branch teen leadership group hosts a tour of the Berkeley Art Museum. Join a museum curator for a tour of the museum's special exhibits. Space is limited and priority will be given to Berkeley teens. Call or email teen librarian Andrea Mullarkey for information and to reserve your spot: (510) 981-6060 or firstname.lastname@example.org.