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Black History Month | Black Youth: Exploring the Road to Success 2:00 pm
Black History Month | Black Youth: Exploring the Road to Success @ Alameda Free Library, Main Branch
Feb 2 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Black History Month | Black Youth: Exploring the Road to Success @ Alameda Free Library, Main Branch
Kiki Devoramonifa returns to moderate this year’s panel. We will be exploring the effects of racism on young people. Panelists will include: Oral Lee Brown: REALTOR® who has helped over 135 children attend college Michelle McAfee: Educator – Park Day … Read More
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Art Docent Talk, Feb 10: Soul of a Nation 6:30 pm
Art Docent Talk, Feb 10: Soul of a Nation @ Alameda Free Library, Main Branch
Feb 10 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Art Docent Talk, Feb 10: Soul of a Nation @ Alameda Free Library, Main Branch
“The internationally acclaimed exhibition Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963-1983, organized by Tate Modern in London, focuses on art made in the pivotal decades between 1963 and 1983, when issues of race and politics … Read More
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FAL/AAUW Author Series | Jeneé Darden: When a Purple Rose Blooms 6:00 pm
FAL/AAUW Author Series | Jeneé Darden: When a Purple Rose Blooms @ Alameda Free Library, Main Branch
Feb 12 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
FAL/AAUW Author Series | Jeneé Darden: When a Purple Rose Blooms @ Alameda Free Library, Main Branch
The fourth annual Alameda Authors Series, sponsored by FAL and Alameda Branch of AAUW, returns with award winning journalist and book author Jeneé Darden. Ms. Darden will speak about her book, Where a Purple Rose Blooms. The book is a … Read More
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Celebrate Leap Day! 2:00 pm
Celebrate Leap Day! @ Alameda Free Library, Main Branch
Feb 29 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Celebrate Leap Day! @ Alameda Free Library, Main Branch
There is only one February 29th every four years, so come and celebrate Leap Day at the Alameda Free Library by making your own time capsule! Bring the kids (first grade and older are most appropriate) and items you and they … Read More