KIDS 10 YRS. + CAN PLAY BOARD AND VIDEO GAMES DURING SPRING BREAK IN OUR HOMEWORK ROOM
Sara Lee will be displaying her one of a kind art quilts. A self-taught needlework artist, Sara Lee found inspiration and instruction by checking out books and magazines from the library.
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|Tuesday, July 15 7-9 p.m. E.P. Foster Topping Room, Ventura|
Celebrate children and books with music by the DeAnza Mariachis, stories with Sheridan Way teacher Patty Peniedo, activity and more. Open to children and parents all ages.
Foster - A free early literacy educational workshop for parents and/or caregivers of children ages 0-5. Parents/caregivers will learn the six early literacy skills and the five practices children need to be reading-ready and how to extend stories into activities that the whole family will enjoy, including flannel boarding. Reservations are required; call the library at 648-2716 for more information.
Foster - Join OLLI presenter Bruce Collins as he explores this “American Master” from the onset of his career in 1924 with “Manhattan,” written with Lorenz Hart, through his Broadway triumphs of Pal Joey, and, with Oscar Hammerstein II, Oklahoma, South Pacific, and The Sound of Music. Using original cast recordings drawn from a collection of more than 200 CDs and featuring such performers as Bing Crosby, Ezio Pinza, Gertrude Lawrence, and Peggy Lee, the lecture will include such classics as “Blue Moon,” “Lover,” “Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered,” as well as “Some Enchanted Evening,” “Getting to Know You,” and ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone,” together with the stories behind their creations.
Foster - While some cultures seek happiness through success and materialistic possessions, others define happiness as being content and connected to one's family and community. Dr. Christy Teranishi Martinez will examine happiness and well-being from Eastern and Western perspectives. We will discuss strategies for alleviating stress and adding well years to your life.
Foster - New York Times bestselling author Captain Luis Carlos Montalván and his service dog, Tuesday, come to E.P. Foster Library to discuss the "war after the war," the human-animal bond, and their inspirational story of healing and hope.
Foster - Join us as we read a chapter of the book to discuss together.
Foster - Professor Chianese will speak at 6 p.m. before a film screening at 7. The featured film is the biography of Ron Kovic. Paralyzed in the Vietnam war, he becomes an anti-war and pro-human rights political activist after feeling betrayed by the country he fought for.