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Teen Code Club

New! Teen Code Club

Mondays • 4:00-5:00pm
Downtown Library - Teen Digital Lab

Want to make your own video games? Come learn code from a real-life game developer. No experience necessary. For teens in grades 6-12. Contact Sarah LaTorra @ 650-780-7035 or slatorra@redwoodcity.org


digital music

New! Digital Music for Teens

Tuesdays in October • 4:00-5:00pm
Downtown Library - Teen Digital Lab

Make your own music in the Teen Digital Lab using garage band and audacity.


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Job Lab - Help With Job Searching

Tuesdays 10:00am-Noon
Downtown Library - Teen Center
Help with Job Search, Online Applications and Resume Writing. Volunteers with human resources experience offer coaching in 21st century skills for your job search.
Sponsored by The Friends of the Library

Semana Binacional de Salud

Zumba Fitness Classes ¡Salud es Movimiento!

Free / Gratis Zumba Classes led by Vicky Avila in partnership with Semana Binacional de Salud.


Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead Celebration

Free admission! Altars contest, food, arts & crafts, live entertainment from Artemisa, Rafael Turinzio, and José Roberto y sus Amigos. Presented by Circulo Cultural, Redwood City Public Library and San Mateo County History Museum


Computer Classes

Drop-In Computer Help

Need help with eBooks, searching the internet, sending emails, or using MS Word? Drop by the Small Meeting Room, where we will have instructors on hand to assist you with your techhology questions.
No reservation required.


Changing the Way We Die

Meet the Author - Sheila Himmel

When the time comes, most Americans prefer to die at home, devoid of pain and surrounded by loved ones. As this book reveals, hospice can help. Psychology Today blogger and co-author of Hungry: A Mother and Daughter Fight Anorexia (Penguin, 2009) Sheila Himmel is a contributor to Restoring Our Bodies, Reclaiming Our Lives (April 2011). Sheila writes for publications ranging from the New York Times to Eating Well to IEEE Spectrum: The Magazine of Technology Insiders. Her work has appeared in USA Today, the Washington Post, the Robb Report, M Magazine and the online magazine Obit. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Sponsored by The Friends of the Library


Writers Bloc

Peninsula Writers Bloc

Group meetings include readings from participants. Learn about the craft of writing and getting published.
Sponsored by The Friends of the Library


Semana Binacional de Salud

Zumba Fitness Classes ¡Salud es Movimiento!

Free / Gratis Zumba Classes led by Vicky Avila in partnership with Semana Binacional de Salud.


Citizenship Classes

Free Citizenship Classes

Thursday November 13 6:00PM
Thursday December 11 6:00PM

- Learn Basic knowledge of English
- Study History and Civics of U.S.
- Practice your Interview with Immigration CALL TO REGISTER! 650.780.7530 Sponsored by The International Institute of the Bay Area and Redwood City Public Library Click here for more information


Phase2Careers

Career Program - Staffing Services Roundtable

Panelists will discuss employment trends, current/future openings and hiring processes.  An opportunity to meet Bay Area employers, and get feedback about companies and industries in your fields of interest. Phase2Careers: Preparing and empowering the "Over 40" worker for career opportunities in the new economy. 
Register online at phase2careers.org
Sponsored by the Friends of the Library


Let's Talk Books

Let's Talk Books

August Wilson’s Joe Turner's Come and Gone - A Play in Two Acts. 
"August Wilson's best play!" —William A. Henry III, Time Magazine
Sponsored by The Friends of the Library

 

Teen Space at the Downtown Library

Teen Space

Teen Space at the Downtown Library
Do homework, hang out, and play on the computers at the Downtown Library.

Wii Gaming
Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:00-6:00 PM
Saturdays 12:00-2:00 PM
Weekly Movie
Wednesdays • 4:00 PM
Visit the Teen Page for events schedule.

 

Friends of the Redwood City Public Library

Friends of the Redwood City Public Library

Volunteer with Friends of the Library

It's Ghosts and Goblins at the Friends of the Library bookstore in the Downtown Library's lobby. Come and visit our Halloween Feature Sale - lots of great Halloween books for kids and adults.
Visit early - Halloween Sale goes fast!

Visit redwoodcity.org/libraryfriends

 

Project READ

Project READ

Project READ is a free literacy program sponsored by the Redwood City Public Library.

Redwood City Friends of Literacy proudly present:
25th Annual TRIVIA BEE
Friday October 17, 2014
Click here for more information

Project READ 650-780-7077
E-mail: rclread@redwoodcity.org

 

 

 

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