Tuesday, July 31: This teacher grades on a dangerous curve. In Slovak with English subtitles; not recommended for children under the age of 17.
Tuesday, August 21: Based on the award-winning novel by Kent Nerburn: a white author summoned by a Lakota Elder finds himself sucked into a road trip through the heart of the contemporary Native American landscape.
Wednesday, September 5: This documentary about the women who spearheaded the 1960s women's movement.artfully combines dramatizations, performance and archival imagery.
Monday, August 27: Art Adams from Palo Alto’s Museum of American Heritage will share how 78 rpm records changed the nation's popular music. He will bring a record player and play songs through the eras.
Wednesday, September 19: How can you help your teen take the leap into high school? Former high school counselor Melissa Kelley, MFT, will share some useful pointers.
Saturday, September 22: Just for adults and teens: Chef RG Enriquez, a "passionate purveyor of vegan Filipino recipes," will take us along step-by-step as she prepares her own take on classic Filipino food.
Monday, September 24: Trailblazing lawyer Barbara Babcock will talk about her own career, and that of Clara Foltz, the first woman lawyer in the west!
Learn more about the English as a Second Language Conversation Club. You can practice your English conversation skills with other language learners. The group is sponsored by Project Read - Menlo Park and meets every Wednesday 5:00-6:00 pm in the Downstairs Meeting Room.
See the schedule for the Mystery Readers Group.
See the schedule of speakers, authors and performers who visit on selected Saturdays.