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Branch Address5366 College Avenue
Oakland, CA 94618
About the Rockridge Branch
Rockridge Branch has approximately 75,000 books, compact disks, DVDs, audio books, video games, and magazines and newspapers for all ages. Circulating materials are largely of popular interest, with a strong emphasis on practical how-to topics and fiction. Rockridge also offers popular children's and teen collections.
The branch features 12 computers for public use with internet access and printing capability as well as 5 laptops for in-house use by the public.
Meeting RoomThe meeting room has a capacity of 47 people per side or 94 for the entire room. Each room has 4 folding/rolling tables, each seating 4-6 people. Room 2 has a projection screen (no projector) and a wall-mounted white board. Room 1 has small sink. A television with DVD player (no TV reception) is available with advance notice.
Currently on Exhibit
Islamic Art Exhibit presents a group art exhibition on the theme “Arabic: Language of the Quran.”
Islamic Art Exhibit (IAE) is a local non-profit arts organization established in 2009 to promote Islamic Arts and provide a platform for the creative individuals of the Muslim Community living in the Bay Area. IAE’s 2015 theme Arabic: Language of the Quran highlights the importance of Arabic not only as the sacred language of the revealed Quran but also as an independent art form adopted by calligraphers and artists around the world.
Islamic Art Exhibit seeks to build bridges between diverse communities through the visual arts. Every year the group selects a different theme and solicits original artwork from local artists to be displayed in libraries and cultural institutions throughout the Bay Area. Each exhibition provides a unique opportunity to explore the scope of “Islamic Art” and celebrate the rich tapestry of countries, cultures and artistic traditions of the Muslim diaspora. For more information about Islamic Art Exhibit please visit their website http://www.islamicartexhibit.com/
On Display FromFri, 05/01/2015 - Sun, 05/31/2015
|Meet Oakland writer, yoga maven Kimber Simpkins, author of “Full: How I Learned to Satisfy My Insatiable Hunger and Feed My Soul”||6:30pm|
|Kamishibai - Japanese Paper Theater||7:00pm|
|Kamishibai - Japanese Paper Theater||10:30am|
|Writers' Support and Critique Group: All Writers Welcome!||1:00pm|