The Menlo Park Library is joining the California State Library and StoryCenter to invite you to share your story about life in California! No experience is necessary, and the video you create will become part of a state-wide archive of local stories. Learn more, and apply today!
Monday, June 18: San Mateo County Poet Laureate Lisa Rosenberg hosts a celebration of poetry and fine art, featuring poets of all ages from all across the county.
Tuesday, June 19: The SFO Museum is the first museum in an airport to receive accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums. Dennis Sharp, Curator of Aviation, will share the history of both SFOs: the airport, and the museum.
Why should kids have all the fun? This summer at the Menlo Park Belle Haven Library, adults get to enjoy great experiences with music, arts, crafts, and cooking. Separate children’s activities will also be available.
|Saturday, June 9||Juan L. Sanchez: Música Nueva Canción Style|
|Saturday, June 23||Oaxacan Cooking Demo|
|Saturday, July 7||Adults Create Washer Windchimes|
|Saturday, July 21||Anime Drawing Fundamentals for Adults|
|Saturday, August 4||Ho'omana Hawaiian Band|
|Saturday, August 18||Adults Paint: Frida Kahlo|
Monday, July 2: How did our local streets get their names? Why does Menlo Park have a Fourth Street, but no First, Second and Third Street? Local author Bo Crane explains all.
Monday, August 13: Long-time Sunset Magazine writer and editor Linda Lau Anusasananan, author of “The Hakka Cookbook: Chinese Soul Food from around the World,” talks about the cuisine and cooks up some samples!
Tuesday, August 21: Based on the award-winning novel by Kent Nerburn: a white author summoned by a Lakota Elder finds himself sucked into a road trip through the heart of the contemporary Native American landscape.
Learn more about the English as a Second Language Conversation Club. You can practice your English conversation skills with other language learners. The group is sponsored by Project Read - Menlo Park and meets every Wednesday 5:00-6:00 pm in the Downstairs Meeting Room.
See the schedule for the Mystery Readers Group.
See the schedule of speakers, authors and performers who visit on selected Saturdays.