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ESL For Chinese Speakers

Event Type: Workshop|Class
Date:
Wednesday, 09/19/12 at 11:00 am
Wednesday, 09/26/12 at 11:00 am
Wednesday, 10/03/12 at 11:00 am
Wednesday, 10/10/12 at 11:00 am
Library: San Carlos
Ages: Adults
Description:

ESL instructor Rita Hubner teaches English to Cantonese/Mandarin speakers. The class meets in Study Room C every Wednesday from 11 AM - noon. 



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Movie Matinee: Hunchback of Notre Dame

Event Type: Film|Video
Date:
Wednesday, 10/03/12 at 3:30 pm
Library: Pacifica Sharp Park
Ages: All Ages
Description:

A deformed bellringer must assert his independence from a vicious government minister in order to help his friend, a gypsy dancing girl. Rated G. 91 min.



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Teen Film Workshop: Filming

Event Type: Workshop|Class
Date:
Wednesday, 10/03/12 at 3:30 pm
Library: Belmont
Ages: Teens (13-18 years)
Description:

Learn the basics of how to film a movie. You will learn how to operate your camera and use a variety of shots. Bring your own video camera if you have one. Ages 6th-12th grade.



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Career Planning Workshop

Event Type: Workshop|Class
Date:
Wednesday, 10/03/12 at 6:45 pm
Library: East Palo Alto
Ages: Adults
Description:

Learn how your interests can be turned into a fulfilling career. The Career Advancement Academies at Skyline College invites you to a career planning workshop. The workshop is designed for you to explore your personal characteristics and hobbies to help map your career. Using an interactive exercise, you can explore your interests, discover different occupations, identify and match your interests to a career, then map out the steps you need to take to get into your career.



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Next Big Earthquake In The Bay Area

Event Type: Lecture|Slideshow
Date:
Wednesday, 10/03/12 at 7:45 pm
Library: Portola Valley
Ages: Adults
Description:

It’s a fact! Residents living on the Bay Area Peninsula have the San Andreas Fault as a neighbor. So what does this mean when it comes to earthquakes? Join Tom Brocher, Director of the U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Science Center, to learn more about what to expect when the big one hits.



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