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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

Photography Classes for Teens

Teen Photography Classes

Wednesday March 4, 11 & 25 • 4-7:00pm
Downtown Library - Teen Digital Lab

Sessions are stand alone or can be taken as a series, drop-ins welcome.  All teens grades 6-12 are welcome. 
March 4 & 7 : Intro to DSLR Cameras
March 11 & 14: Long Shutter Photography
March 21: Basic Photo Editing
March 25 & 28 : Photoshop Your Photos


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


Free Computer Help

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.


Phase2Careers

The Art of Networking

Networking is an important skill for your job search and most jobs are found through contacts you make. Learn how to become more aware of your body language, create the right mindset for engaging with others fluently and improve your conversational ability. Maura Torkildson is a transformation coach and healer, spiritual mentor, inspirational speaker and writer. Phase2Careers: Preparing and empowering the "Over 40" worker for career opportunities in the new economy.  Sponsored in part by the Friends of the Library


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Jean Baudin - Live in Concert

Discover Jean Baudin, known for his unique, melodic compositions and versatile technique, one of the world's most celebrated extended-range bass players. Families and all welcome. For more information visit  www.jeanbaudin.com Sponsored by The Friends of the Library


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Teen Program: Pi Day

Learn about Pi and enjoy some tasty pie. Teens in grades 6-12 welcome.


Happy Saint Patrick's Day

Teen Program:
Find the Clover Hunt

Come seek clovers to win prizes. Teens in grades 6-12 welcome.


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Teen Program: Paint with Michelle

Come join us in an instructor-led class to learn how to paint a landscape scene.  We will provide all the materials, we just need you! Teens in grades 6-12 welcome.


Let's Talk Books

Let's Talk Books

We will discuss The Round House by Louise Erdrich. Sponsored by The Friends of the Library

Free Computer Help

Social Media Basics Class

Want to learn how to use Facebook?  Join us for an introduction to the social media site.

No reservation required.

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Community College Information Sessions

Learn about the Community College system, with general information about Canada College, Skyline College and College of San Mateo. Find out about programs, college costs, support services, and important dates.


Trivia Challenge for Teens

Teen Program: Trivia Challenge

Join us in a competition to find out the trivia master. Teens in grades 6-12 welcome.


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Community Health Talk

Ask the Registered Dietician – Sample Questions Below – Bring Yours!
Featuring:  Scott Cahn, MS, RD
How do I figure out the correct weight for me? I know I need to drink eight cups of water a day. Does tea count?  How do people with restrictions like vegetarian and lactose intolerant make sure they get enough vitamins and minerals – how do all of us?  We love eating out – can you give some tips for ordering?  Is “reduced sodium” enough or must I look for “very low” on food labels? For questions, please contact the Health Education Department at Kaiser Permanente (650) 299-2433. Co-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

Do you enjoy the Library’s programs? Show your support! Starting at just $15/year, you can support your library and its librarians. Pick up a pledge card at the library or visit us online! The Friends of the Redwood City Public Library is a 501(c)3 organization.  As such, your membership
donation is tax deductible as allowed by law.

Visit redwoodcity.org/libraryfriends

 

Project READ

Project READ

Project READ is a free literacy program sponsored by the Redwood City Public Library. We are currently getting ready for our next tutor training.  If you would like to participate in creating a literate community please join us. Tutor Training dates are:
March 12th, 17th, 19th, 24th and 26th
Tues and Thurs evenings from 6-9pm

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

 

 

 

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