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November 12, 2013 > Learn at the Library

Learn at the Library

Submitted By Heidi Ontiveros

Book-to-Action panel discussion for National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Month

Enhance your reading of Fr. Gregory BoyleÕs Tattoos on the Heart (the Mostly Literary Fiction book groupÕs October selection) with a discussion about ending hunger and homelessness in our local community. What lessons can we learn from his gang intervention and rehab program, Homeboy Industries, for local campaigns to generate jobs and vocational training opportunities? Find out how to take concrete steps to end crisis and increase productivity and stability in Hayward and Alameda County, and how to take simple actions to decrease food waste and increase access to healthy meals. Admission to the discussion is free.

Saturday, Nov. 16
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Southgate Community Center
26780 Chiplay Ave., Hayward
For further information call (510) 881-7980
www.library.hayward-ca.gov


Living with mountain lions

San Francisco-based wild cat conservationist and naturalist Zara McDonald, Executive Director of Felidae Conservation Fund, gives an engaging and inspiring presentation about mountain lion ecology and history and the challenges humans face when sharing a habitat with mountain lions. Felidae is a nonprofit that advances the conservation of wild cats and their habitats. FelidaeÕs local project is the Bay Area Puma Project. Admission to the presentation is free.

Saturday, Nov. 16
2 p.m.Ð3:30 p.m.
Weekes Branch Library
27300 Patrick Ave., Hayward
For further information call (510) 881-7980
www.library.hayward-ca.gov

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