San Rafael Public Library

Third Tuesday Teen Event – TTTE

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December 19, 2017 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Library Meeting Room
1100 E St
San Rafael, CA 94901
Reference Desk

Third Tuesday Teen Event from 4:00 – 5:30 pm in the Library Meeting Room (unless otherwise noted)

We’ll be offering speakers on various topics, artists, writers, and other activities, chosen by our Teen Advisory Council.

Schedule of Events:

Tuesday, Sept 19Comics: Collector’s and Illustrators with Garnet Chaney, Collector and Lovale Davis, Illustrator. Come see and hear Garnet and Lovale discuss the joys of collecting and the trials of illustrating comics.

Saturday, Oct 7, 12:30 – 2:30 pm on the library lawn.
October is our annual LitQuake San Rafael Celebration: TeenquakeCo-presented by Friends of the San Rafael Public Library. Young writers from two local academic advancement programs, Next Generation Scholars and the 10,000 Degrees program, present new work at this open-mic, bring-your-own picnic lunch, under the spreading tree on the library lawn.

Tuesday, Nov 21Teardrop Trailers: The Excitement of the Open Road – Teardrop trailers are streamlined, compact, lightweight travel trailers that get their name from their teardrop shape. Members of the San Rafael Teardrop Trailer Enthusiasts will talk about traveling in a Teardrop as well as designing and building one.

Tuesday, Dec 19 – Meet Jim Schutz, San Rafael City Manager. Jim advises the City Council and manages the operations of City departments. The City Manager’s office carries out the policy and directions of the Mayor and City Council and supports the Council’s efforts to engage in legislative advocacy on the local, state and national level, advocating the City’s interests and increasing the City’s influence as a leader in good government. Come and Ask questions about city issues that concern you.

In the past we have met with Mayor, Al Boro and Police Chief, Diana Bishop.

Our Teen Advisory Council meets each month to discuss teen needs, interests and ways in which the library can support them. As part of the Council, you will be able to provide input on library book collections, help create or lead programming, volunteer at events, organize community service projects, and influence how your library can serve you better.  Join the TLC and be part of the process! For ages 16-24.



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