Jazz at the Library

Jazz at the Library: Join us for a celebration of Jazz!

Saturday, January 25

1:30 pm-  Award-winning guitarist and music educator, Terrence Brewer, will present an interactive, hands-on program that illustrates the birth and evolution of blues and jazz through over 200 years of American history.

3:00 pm -  Live Jazz music by the Jazz duo 6 Roses

Light refreshments will be served throughout the day.

For all ages.


Tie Dye for Youth

Friday, January 24

Transform white cloth into rich colors. Linda from Peopleologie will show you how using natural dyes. Expect squishing, submerging, and stirring.  All materials provided.

For ages 8-18. For more information, contact Marla at mbergman@sfpl.org

Library closed 1/20/14

The Library and all San Francisco Public Libraries will be closed Jan. 20, Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Glen Park Library will reopen Tuesday, January 21 at 10am.

Lion Dancers Year of the Horse, 4712

Saturday, January 18

Celebrate the Lunar New Year at the San Francisco Public Library with a Chinese Lion Dance and Martial Arts Performance.

For all ages.

Stress Relief Workshop

Saturday, January 11

Accumulation of stress in daily life can lead to many harmful consequences for the body and mind. This introductory workshop will highlight philosophies and practices from traditional Chinese medicine, medical Qigong and applied kinesiology to equip participants with stress-relief techniques and energy-boosting exercises that are easy to do, safe, and healthy. There will also be a bonus guided meditation breathing technique that will be taught at the end of the lecture.

Presenter, Junia Chou, is an International Kinesiology College (IKC) certified Touch for Health practitioner, and a certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. She is currently a lecturer for the "Natural and Spiritual Healing" seminar series at Purple Lotus University, and a Buddhism and Meditation teacher at a K-12 private boarding school.

Knitting Circle

Wednesday, January 8

We host a knitting circle every 2nd Wednesday of the month.

Bring your knitting projects and join other knitters at the Glen Park Knitting Circle! Learn from other knitters and share your skills. 

All ages and levels are welcome.

SAT Math Subject Test

Thursday, January 9 & 16
4:30 pm

There will be a limit of 25 students per class. Register online at http://edupath.org/sf/

Mighty Ugly Craft Challenge

Friday, January 3

Take the Mighty Ugly Craft Challenge to make a creature that is not cute-ugly but ugly-ugly. Craft materials will be supplied, but feel free to bring anything you would want to work with.

For kids ages 6 and thru 18.