Menlo Park Library events

Wildlife photographer Joan Sparks takes us along on her adventure photographing 89 species of extraordinary blooms on Wednesday, July 29, from 7:00 to 8:00 pm.. She’ll share information about the flowers, and maps of their locations. Register online.

Joan is a contributor to Bay Nature magazine. Her work has been shown at The Jennings Pavilion in Atherton, Filoli Gardens in Woodside, Triton Museum in Santa Clara, and the Seymour Marine Discovery Center at the Long Marine Lab in Santa Cruz.

This free event received partial funding support from the Friends of the Menlo Park Library.

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Your Career During COVID: Finding a Job in Uncertain Times is webinar topic on July 8

Take part in a free, live session of career advice with Dylan Houle, a Certified Career Advisor and Director of Career Services at Menlo College on Wednesday, July 8 from 7:00 to 8:00 pm. Register online. Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, the job market is changing dramatically . If your career plans were disrupted […]

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“Seeding Hope and Resilience: Women Moving Mountains” is topic of talk on Nov.28

Photojournalist Rucha Chitnis attempts to test assumptions, debunk stereotypes, and shift narratives at the Menlo Park Library on Nov 28 from  7:00 to 8:00 pm. She says she  is “passionate about making the invisible visible — particularly women’s counter narratives in the face of human rights abuses, food insecurity and ecological and climate crises.” Rucha’s talk […]

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