Wednesday, April 30
Tim Holt will be inviting his audience to sing along with him as he celebrates the American musical heritage with songs like "This Land Is Your Land," "Irene Goodnight," "The Rock Island Line," and the very first Gold Rush song, "Oh California!"
Tim has been performing folksong programs in Bay Area libraries for a number of years now, and he looks forward to a rousing sing-along at the Glen Park Library.
This program is presented by the Inclusive Programming for Adults with Developmental Disabilities committee. Everyone is welcome to attend!
Saturday, April 26
In this version of the classic tale, directed by Tim Burton, nineteen-year-old Alice (Mia Wasikowska) returns to the magical world of her childhood adventures, where she reunites with her old friends, including the Hatter (Johnny Depp). The movie combines live action and computer animation and received an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects. Colleen Atwood won her third Oscar for Best Costume Design for her work on this film.
Rated PG; 109 Minutes.
Saturday, April 12
In this hand-sewing workshop, we will teach you how to customize a plain bag into a unique springtime tote that you can use to carry your library books or shop at your local farmer's market.
All materials provided. Space is limited. Please sign up at the Information Desk or by calling 355-2825
Join us for a fascinating talk about the brain. Learn how intellectual ability in the brain changes with normal aging and about the various pathologies that can happen as we age. Then receive 25 tips that will ensure that your brain survives well into old age.
The presenter, Charles J. Vella, Ph.D., is a psychologist and educator with extensive professional experience in neuropsychology.