Writer, urban farmer, educator and activist Novella Carpenter joins us for a free author chat that coincides with the paperback release of her memoir, “Gone Feral: Tracking My Dad Through the Wild”. Please call 510-981-6280 for more information or visit our website.
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New York Times bestselling author Mary Monroe comes to South Branch to talk with YOU about writing, her popular God series and the new series she's working on. Whether you've been a fan of Mary Monroe's for years or you just want to discover a new author that tells it like it is this is sure to be a fun and enlightening afternoon.
Starting at 11:00 am, the Berkeley Main Library will be hosting a day of speakers and panels in the Community Meeting Room. Trina Robbins and Dr. Eugene Schoenfeld (Dr. Hip) will be featured along with panels consisting of Barb editors, staffers, contributors and a wrap up academic analysis. The display cases at the library will tell the history of the Barb throughout the months of July and August.
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Bring a book you read, loved and would like to share to this meeting. You'll find new reading suggestions and get to know the other Claremont Book Club members.
The Claremont Book Club meets monthly on the third Wednesday of the month. In even-numbered months we have a Read and Share event and in odd-numbered months we discuss a shared text chosen by the group.