July 4, 2023
Oak Meadow Park
September 22, 2023
Civic Center Lawn
Join us in-person at the Library for friendly and casual conversations with other English learners! This class is for adults 18 .
Do you have questions about your laptop, smartphone or any electronic device? Join us with no appointment any Tuesday starting at 3PM in the second floor's Tech Lab. We have qualified volunteers and library staff available to answer your questions. Please make sure to charge your device and/or bring a power chord. We are asking that you please wear a mask during the session as well. See you soon!
Calling all artsy tweens! Celebrate a new cultural art form by learning how to make a chigiri-e piece. Use handmade papers of all different colors and tear them into smaller pieces to create a larger image. Chigiri-e is a Japanese art form that dates from the Heian period of Japanese history, often used in conjunction with calligraphy.
This program is for tweens aged 10-13.
Join us on Zoom to cook together with Colleen Patrick-Goudreau — dubbed the “Vegan Martha Stewart” by VegNews magazine! Colleen has been guiding people to experience the benefits of plant-based eating for over 22 years. The author of seven books, including The Joy of Vegan Baking and The 30-Day Vegan Challenge, Colleen's classes are fun, interactive, and live in real-time! Participants receive recipes in advance so they can cook along — or just watch. Join Colleen from the comfort of your kitchen to learn to make these delicious recipes that are perfect for weekday breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
We'll be cooking :
Carrot Ginger Soup
Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins
This summer, the Library is partnering with Plant Based Advocates to present a series of programs focused on reducing our traditional reliance on meat and dairy. Plant-Based Advocates is a grassroots nonprofit that advocates a shift to a plant-based lifestyle to address climate change and improve health. Look for their programs through the summer, and visit their website: http://www.plantbasedadvocates.com/
The Los Gatos Library recognizes the diversity of our community and is committed to accessibility for all patrons. We strive to make every visitor feel comfortable by ensuring equal access to programs, services, and activities. If you require a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in a library program, please contact email@example.com
Join Librarian Rachael for a lively discussion of an awesome book. Drop in to the Conference Room at 5 PM to join the discussion in person, or join in on Zoom here:
New Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 795 6494 3400