Come down to the big Earth Day celebration at Washington Park. FAL will have a table there, with used books to give away and a fun craft project for old books that are ready to be repurposed.
Free screening of Spike Lee’s acclaimed film, BlackkKlansman. Discussion follows. Must be 18 and older to attend. This film won a 2019 Oscar for best adapted screenplay.
This is part of an ongoing film series curated and organized by Jeff M. Giordano and supported by Friends of the Alameda Free Library.
This is a free discussion about earthquakes in California, featuring William Hawley, a graduate student at UC Berkeley’s Department of Earth and Planetary Science.
Come attend a presentation about the final phase in famed artist Claude Monet’s long career in which he produced many of his lush, panoramic paintings from his gardens in Giverny, France. Based on an exhibit being held at the de Young Museum in San Francisco Feb. 16 to May 27.