Third Tuesday Teen Event – TTTE
1100 E St
San Rafael, CA 94901
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, January 16 – Comics: Collectors & 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.
Tuesday, February 20 – Meet San Rafael Fire Chief, Christopher Gray
Tuesday, March 20 – TBD
Special Event :
Wednesday, April 11 & Thursday, April 12, 4:00 – 6:00 pm
3-D Art for Teens with Katia McCullough
Tuesday, April 17 – Astrology – The Art in Its Science with Don Avardhan
For those who want to witness proof of profundity of this Stellar Art/Science…Let Don astound you by pinpointing your creative life-path potentials. Simply bring your time of birth. If you have no birth certificate or other certainty of time, I will ascertain it using Kinesiology (muscle testing) which I learned at Terra Flora’s Flower Essence training in Nevada City in 1995. Don Avardhan has been doing astrology readings since 1980. He has a BA from Princeton, Masters from U Penn, and PhD candidate, 1981 (Ecological City and Regional Planning). Don has just published a book titled Approaching Ascension.
Tuesday, May 15 – Approaching Ascension with Don Avardhan
The Dew drop into the Ocean and the Ocean into the Dewdrop-
A round-table exploration: Are we in a cosmic “Third World War” behind the smoke screen of Trump’s wildcard, shock-doctrine chaos?
Sources: Osho, David Wilcock, Corey Goode, Elizabeth Trutwin, Sheldan Nidle.
Tuesday, June 19 – TBD
No events in July and August – have a safe summer!
In the past we have met with Mayor, Al Boro, Police Chief, Diana Bishop, and Fire Chief, Christopher Gray
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.