Weekends @ OPL!

Looking for free things to do this weekend? Every week, we'll be posting our picks of weekend events at OPL. Don't forget to follow us on social media @oaklibrary for latest updates!

We love weekends here at OPL. Every week, we post up a small selection of events we think you might find useful or enjoy. You can find the full list of events here. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat @oaklibrary! 

For a complete list of all events at OPL, visit: www.oaklandlibrary.org/events


Friday 4/26

Grupo de Apoyo para Mujeres con Cáncer en Español

Cada cuarto viernes para hispanohablantes. Habra refrescos. Informacion / Contact - Veronica Peinado 510-350-1302; veronica@wcrc.org
Friday, April 26, 12pm - César E. Chávez Branch


Saturday 4/27:

Plants That Attract Hummingbirds and Butterflies

Come learn what to plant to attract hummingbirds and butterflies to your garden. 
Saturday, April 20, 11am - Rockridge Branch
For gardeners and naturalists


Lakeview Spring Chess Tournament

Please join us for our annual All Ages Spring Chess Tournament at Lakeview on April 27th, 2019. Rounds: 1:00, 2:00, & 3:00PM. Registraion is free to all participants! Rated and Non-Rated section/Quad format/USCF Membership required for rated section/Students grouped by age&/or experience/Time Control G/29 (Quick Chess)/Registration ends day of event at 12:30 PM sharp. Register early via email (LakeviewChessClub@gmail.com), phone (510-238-7344), or in person. Sponsored by the Friends of the Lakeview Branch Library
Saturday, April 27, 12:30pm - Lakeview Branch
For those who love to play and/or watch chess!


Jazz Classics in Perspectivejazz

All April long AAMLO considers the history and cultural contexts of jazz and blues music. Conceived as a three-week drop-in class, we will look at the earliest origins of West Coast Jazz to classics of the genre reconsidered. All are welcome to attend and no advanced registration or materials are required for this course.
Saturday, April 27, 2pm @ African American Museum & Library at Oakland
For those who love history, the arts, and culture in Oakland


Tribute to the Arts

Join the African American Museum and Library at Oakland as we celebrate Poetry Month with an afternoon of poetry reading and performances featuring the Bay Area's Elite Spoken Word Artist Nicia DeLovely, Motivational Speaker Rabboni Selah, and Producer and Host of Mics Uncut Ahavah.
Saturday, April 27, 2pm @ African American Museum & Library at Oakland
For those who love history, the arts, and culture in Oakland


For a full list of events, make sure to check out our events calendar.

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