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Wednesday, August 24, 2016
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Veterans Resource Center
Library - Adult
Location: Central Library
Veterans and their families are welcome to drop in. Volunteers (trained by CalVet) are on-hand to answer basic questions about benefits, provide referrals and help with job searching, and more. Open Monday - Friday 10am-2pm. Located in the Mezzanine.
8/24/2016
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Grandma Jean Reads Under the Orange Tree
Library - Children
Location: Whittwood Library
All children are welcome to listen to stories read by Grandma Jean at the Whittwood Library under the orange tree.
8/24/2016
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
"Where's the Music"
Library - Library After Hours
Location: Whittwood Library
Join us as author John Adame speaks about his book, Where’s the Music. [From the synopsis]: John Adame’s journey from college to Vietnam and home is a captivating story that poignantly reveals how the brutality of war can damage the soul and create psychic pain. Yet the indefatigable will to overcome survives in the end.
8/24/2016
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
"Where's the Music"
Library - Veterans
Location: Whittwood Library
Join us as author John Adame speaks about his book, Where’s the Music. [From the synopsis]: John Adame’s journey from college to Vietnam and home is a captivating story that poignantly reveals how the brutality of war can damage the soul and create psychic pain. Yet the indefatigable will to overcome survives in the end.
8/24/2016
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM