Mark National Night Out with us, meet your neighbors and have fun getting a little dirty this August 4th between 5-7:30 pm! Participants of all ages will be able to make a terrarium to keep and care for (while supplies last) in this free, fun program! Have a glass jar with an interesting shape— bring it by for transformation.
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We are wrapping up our celebration of Asia-Pacific Heritage month with a film and discussion of the works by the wise and courageous scientist/environmentalist David Suzuki. The program includes a showing of the documentary about his life called "A Force of Nature" followed by a dialogue of his ideas (writings, lectures, speeches) in the context of our contemporary cultural and environmental landscape. It will be engaging!
Pride doesn't end in June...continue to celebrate by joining us for a free screening of the Academy Award winning film Milk starring Sean Penn as Harvey Milk. Penn won an Oscar, a Golden Globe, and countless other awards for his compelling portrayal of Milk's life, his triumph as a gay activisit and election as the first openly gay elected official.
(2008) - 128 minute run time - rated R
Help us fold 1,000 origami cranes to send to Japan, hear our playreaders perform parts of Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes and listen to beautiful koto music by Shirley Kazuyo Muramoto & Brian Mitushiro Wong. This is our annual Peace Day commemoration.
Ages 8 and up. 4th Floor, Central Children's Room