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Chair Yoga for Everyone

Event Type: Health|Mind|Body
Date:
Saturday, 05/11/13 at 10:30 am
Library: Belmont
Ages: Adults
Description:

Spread the love within yourself with Chair Yoga. It is a safe and effective way to offer yoga to any group, age, and level of health or mobility. Just like any yoga class, it can give you more flexibility with physical and mental strength; increased energy to improve memory and clarity for better concentration; and support overall health and peace. Chair yoga also brings social connection and a sense of community. You can learn more about Chair Yoga at: http://www.sunlightchairyoga.com



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Family Storytime

Event Type: Storytime
Date:
Saturday, 04/06/13 at 11:00 am
Saturday, 04/13/13 at 11:00 am
Saturday, 04/20/13 at 11:00 am
Saturday, 04/27/13 at 11:00 am
Saturday, 05/04/13 at 11:00 am
Saturday, 05/11/13 at 11:00 am
Saturday, 05/18/13 at 11:00 am
Library: San Carlos
Ages: All Ages
Description:

Join us for stories, songs, and activities the whole family will love.

 

Please note that due to our impending closure for remodel, Family Storytime will be taking a break starting May 25 and will return Fall 2013.

 



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A Family Tradition with Patricia Bulitt

Event Type: Storytime
Date:
Saturday, 05/11/13 at 11:15 am
Library: Woodside
Ages: All Ages
Description:

Artist Patricia Bulitt will present “How My Grandmother Found a Story in a Plate”, a performance and story inspired by a plate that hung on her grandmother’s wall. Attendees will also make their own “story plates”. Both children and adults are encouraged to attend. Program is generously funded by The Friends of Woodside Library.



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Town Hall Meeting with Congresswoman Jackie Speier

Event Type: Lecture|Slideshow
Date:
Saturday, 05/11/13 at 1:00 pm
Library: Half Moon Bay
Ages: Adults
Description:

Get caught up on the news and share your views.



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Gaming Careers

Event Type: Lecture|Slideshow
Date:
Saturday, 05/11/13 at 1:00 pm
Library: Atherton
Ages: Teens (13-18 years)
Description:

Brice Morrison, lead game designer, will offer an amazing presentation on careers in the gaming industry. Learn how games are made, review the industry market, discuss different gaming career paths, and discuss how to make your own games.

Tweens/Teens and parents are welcome to join as there will be a Q&A opportunity at the end of the presentation.



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An Afternoon with Author Jana McBurney-Lin

Event Type: Author Program
Date:
Saturday, 05/11/13 at 2:00 pm
Library: Millbrae
Ages: Adults
Description:

Celebrate Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month with author Jana McBurney-Lin. Jana will do a reading and discuss her books Blossoms and Bayonets (recently released) and My Half of the Sky.



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Chair Yoga for Everyone

Event Type: Health|Mind|Body
Date:
Saturday, 05/11/13 at 2:00 pm
Library: Foster City
Ages: Adults
Description:

Spread the love within yourself with Chair Yoga. It is a safe and effective way to offer yoga to any group, age, and level of health or mobility. Just like any yoga class, it can give you more flexibility with physical and mental strength; increased energy to improve memory and clarity for better concentration; and support overall health and peace. Chair yoga also brings social connection and a sense of community. You can learn more about Chair Yoga at: http://www.sunlightchairyoga.com



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Film: Prince Among Slaves

Event Type: Film|Video
Date:
Saturday, 05/11/13 at 2:00 pm
Library: San Carlos
Ages: All Ages
Description:

In 1788, the slave ship Africa set sail from the Gambia River, its hold laden with a profitable but highly perishable cargo---hundreds of men, women and children bound in chains---headed for American shores. Eight months later, a handful of survivors found themselves for sale in Natchez, Mississippi. One, a 26-year-old named Abdul Rahman, made an astonishing claim: that he was a prince of an African kingdom larger and more developed than the newly formed United States.



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