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What do you remember about the Eastmont Mall? With the interior spaces designed by architect William Pereira, it was only the second mall in Oakland. It opened in stages in 1966-71, and the grand opening was in 1970. You're…
Visions Toward Tomorrow ExhibitionIn ProgressAll day
Explore Visions Toward Tomorrow: The African American Community in Oakland, 1890-1990, a long-term exhibition that examines one century of African Americans building families, neighborhoods, and businesses as they fought for social justice…
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en ingles y español
For Spring 2023
****Classes start February 6, 2023
3 ways to registerCall: (714) 241-5700 Online at: https://www.sac.edu/sce Visit your local library branch and ask for help …Registration requiredRegister for event
Exhibit: The Black Press in OaklandIn ProgressAll day
This exhibit gives an overview of Black newspapers and Black journalists in and around Oakland, from the 1860s to modern day. See photographs, artifacts, and original newspapers that illustrate this long history.Jointly…
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Come to the Eastmont Branch throughout the month of February for a special exhibit and book display highlighting the African diaspora's contributions to America's culinary history and traditions.
Mix It Up: Family & Friends Game NightIn Progress
Bring your favorite game or try one of ours! Get to know other kids and their favorite games while playing together. All ages welcome!
This event will take place inside. A limited number of spots are available in our parking lot,…
Whether you’re starting a new business, expanding an existing business or facing challenges with your current business model, City staff are here to help.
Services are provided by appointment only. Get more information, including how to…
Father CircleIn Progress
Hey fathers and father-figures! Come join us on the first and third Wednesdays to talk about fatherhood, the best hood. All are welcome.
Join us for stories, songs, snacks, and play time! Best for parents and caregivers with toddlers aged 18 months to 5 years old. Every Thursday at 10:00. See you there!
At toddler storytime, you'll find songs, active rhymes, and stories, especially for kids 18 months to 3 years old. There's also always lots of time to play and make friends.
Bring your babies to the library for songs, socializing, and playtime! Best for parents and caregivers with babies from birth to 18 months. Every Thursday at 10:15 am. See you there!
This storytime will take place indoors.
Bring your kids to Play Café, where we have a story time with books, rhymes, and songs!
After, we'll have playtime and eat snacks. Everyone is welcome, but the program is especially for kids 18 months to 4 years old.
Songs, active rhymes and stories especially for ages 18 months to 3 years. Every Thursday at 10:15 am. See you there!
This storytime will take place inside. A limited number of spots are available in our parking lot, including one…
Please join us for Storytime + Playtime. For ages 3 -5, but all kids are welcome.
Por favor acompañenos en nuestra hora de cuentos y tiempo de jugar! Para edades 3 a 5 años, pero todas las edades son invitados.
Songs, active rhymes and stories especially for ages 18 months to 3 years. Every Thursday morning at 10:15am in the library meeting room. After storytime, stay and play with music and toys. See you there!
This storytime will take…
Bring your family to the library for books, songs, and movement. All ages welcome!
Please plan to park your stroller in the community meeting room downstairs. Strollers will not be allowed upstairs in the Children's Room…
Family Story Time at Rockridge Branch Library, every Thursday at 10:30amChildren of all ages are welcome; content geared toward ages 1 to 4 years. Meet us outdoors, in the Staff Parking Lot behind the library. Mask wearing is not…
Songs and stories for toddlers (18 months - 3 years) and their caregivers.
For language access and/or accommodations, please call 510-238-3134 or email email@example.com at least 10…
Volunteer computer tutors are available to help you with basic tasks during your daily hour in the library computer lab. They can help you set up an e-mail account, make a resume, search job listings, internet…
FREE weekly Art Workshops for children and families led by teachers from the Museum of Children's Art (MOCHA).
For ages 5-15 and caregivers.
MOCHA workshops focus on building creativity, social-emotional and academic skills through art.