Foster Library - The life of comedienne Fanny Brice, from her early days in the Jewish slums of the Lower East Side, to the height of her career with the Zeigfeld Follies, including her marriage to and eventual divorce from her first husband, Nick Arnstein.
Foster Library - The Cost/Benefit Equation: Video Screening, Discussion and Research Presentation. Economists today are contributing to an argument that educators have been making for many decades: the cost is high for spending too little on early childhood care and education; spending enough is literally a good investment. In this interactive session, Dr. Joan Karp and Dr. Kaia Tollefson will share research on the importance and the economics of investing in high-quality early childhood care and education.
Foster Library - A free early literacy educational workshop for parents and/or caregivers of children ages 0-5. Parents/caregivers will learn the 6 early literacy skills and the 5 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 Library - Author Chris Cryer will discuss her book, which tells of her divorced-single-mother adventure in the heart of the Islamic world and her exploration of the Saudi Kingdom's need to preserve old-world values and traditions in the face of change. It offers an antidote to Islamophobia with valuable insight into today's volatile Middle East.
Foster Library - Toni Jannotta will be performing FREE music in the Topping Room.
Foster Library - Gluten-free food talk and tasting! A local cookbook author will be visiting the library to discuss gluten-free cooking.
Ventura Neighborhood for Learning staff bring storytime to Avenue - parents with children 2-4 yrs. welcome
Foster - TAG (Teen Activity Group)
- TAG (Teen Activity Group) meets every month on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month.
- Now is the time to join TAG, if you want to share ideas, meet new people and have a great time shaping the library teen program.
- Members duties include promoting / co-hosting teen events & participating in library activities. Members also provide general feedback on various aspects of the teen programs: reviewing books, movies, music and other media plus suggestions for the Teen Collection.
- Active members will get credit towards School Community Services Hours
- TAG meetings are at E. P. Foster Library, in the Young Adult area, on the 2nd floor.
- For more info contact: Star or Jane at (805) 648-2716