December 2, 2023
Downtown Los Gatos
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Civic Center Lawn
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Civic Center Lawn
Join us for Baby Lap-Sit Storytime at the Library!
Baby storytime is the perfect way to learn about early literacy with your non-walking baby. Developmental this class is for years Join us in a friendly circle as we read board books together, and sing fun songs to engage your non-walking children.
Baby Storytime will take place in the Children's Room before our Library opens - please note that you will need to enter through the Garden Gate on the very right side of the building, instead of entering through our main entrance doors.
Join us in-person at the Library for friendly and casual conversations with other English learners! This class is for adults 18 .
Gold, silver, gems, pearls. Crowns, earrings, pendants, bracelets. For thousands of years people of all countries and cultures have ornamented themselves with costly, intricate, and often symbolic, jewelry to attest to their wealth, status, and importance. Cultures from the ancient Persians and Koreans to 18th century ethnic Indonesians to modern Chinese and South Asians have loved beautifully crafted adornment. Come see examples of this eye-catching and meaningful wearable art from the Asian Art Museum’s fabulous collections.
This program is presented by the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco Community Speakers Program.
Join us every Tuesday for Drop In tech tutoring where we can help you troubleshoot your device, laptop or tablet. This program is on the 2nd Floor Tech Lab and it's a first-come first-served basis. Please do bring your device fully charged as well as the charger and other adapters/cables. We often rely on volunteer High School students and try to troubleshoot every problem.
Join Korean textile artist Youngmin Lee for a fun sewing craft using traditional cloths and materials to create a beautiful drawstring pouch called kkot jumeoni (flower pouch). This craft is intended for tweens ages 9-13, and they will learn the history and uses of Korean textiles, techniques to create a kkot jumeoni, and general techniques for sewing.
Registration is required and open 3 weeks before the date of the class.