Come and join with others in our community for this four-part series. We'll share our stories about what life has been like for us during the pandemic – how we coped, what we learned, what we felt – and envision the future.
During the pandemic we have all made many life-changing adjustments that radically altered our lifestyles, influenced where we live and work, and affected our closest relationships.
As we begin to venture out from our self-protective pandemic practices, we are beginning to think about what a post-COVID or “living with COVID” life might look like.
Eleanor Clement Glass will facilitate our conversations, provide prompts to help us think about our pandemic experience and engage us in fun activities to meet other people in our community! Each session builds off the previous session so it's best, although not mandatory, if you attend all four.
This is part of the Dimond Branch’s series, Who’s Your Neighbor? Creating Community at the Library, generously sponsored by the Friends of Dimond Library.
Eleanor Clement Glass is a Volunteer Storyteller at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, a Storybridge Teaching Artist in Oakland Public Schools and on the YOUTUBE channel Asian American Storytopia. She performed family stories from her Black and Filipino heritage at the National Storytelling Network Conference in 2020 and 2021 Asian American Showcases, Artists Standing Strong Together, Storytelling Association of California and local community venues in the San Francisco Bay Area.
To register please call (510) 482-7844