Tuesday, December 12 | 7:00 – 8:30 PM | Oak View Room
Just back from a 7-day 7-concert tour of the U.K. with special guest renowned jazz trumpet superstar Randy Brecker, Bay Area saxophonist Tod Dickow and the Charged Particles trio are looking forward to their return to the Walnut Creek Library to perform new arrangements of their funky Latin jazz repertoire, adding the tenor saxophone voice for the first time. Don’t miss this one!
Program sponsors are East Bay Times and Friends of the Walnut Creek Library.
NOTE – Masks for ages 2 and older are encouraged. Thank you for helping us protect each other and our community!
Live! From the Library, presented by the Walnut Creek Library Foundation, features free public lectures, literary events, and cultural programs at the Walnut Creek and Ygnacio Valley libraries. Program sponsors are the East Bay Times, Friends of the Walnut Creek Library, and Minuteman Press, Lafayette. Programming is also made possible by donations to the Foundation’s Annual Fund. View past programs on our Video page. Contra Costa TV airs past programs Sundays at 8 p.m. Visit their website for channel info.
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The views and opinions expressed in any program are those of the speaker/persons and do not reflect the views of the Walnut Creek Library Foundation.
An Evening With Cafe Ohlone
Sound Bath Meditation with Nicole Reyes
Shakespeare: 1623 and the First Folio – And the Women We May Have Lost
Artwear: Fashion and Anti-Fashion with Melissa Leventon
Listen, World! with Julia Scheeres and Martha Ross
Unraveling with Peggy Orenstein
Chinese in Napa Valley: The Forgotten Community That Built Wine Country with John McCormick
One Singular Sensation: The Power and Passions of American Musical Theatre with Beth Wynstra
Who Could Ask for Anything More? with Dulais Rhys
Tuesday, December 13
Frida in America: The Impact of Place with Celia Stahr
Tuesday, November 1
Technically Food with Larissa Zimberoff
Tuesday, October 11
The Climate Crisis and Our Parks and Open Spaces
Tuesday, April 12
An Evening with Author Elise Hooper
Tuesday, March 8
Rachel Howzell Hall: A Woman of Mysteries
Tuesday, February 8
2021 Past Events
Wednesday, November 10
Broadway’s Golden Age: The Making of an American Art Form, 1927-1964
October 6, 2021
Why We Swim with author Bonnie Tsui
June 9, 2021
Showing Up Boldly: The Political and Organizing History of Black Women
May 12, 2021
Art & Algae: Journey Into The Curious World of Seaweed
April 14, 2021
California: Of Peril and Stewardship
March 17, 2021
February 17, 2021
SUCCESSFUL AGING: The Power and Potential of Our Lives
Dr. Daniel Levitin in conversation with founding Grateful Dead member Bob Weir
January 13, 2021
Visit our video page for past Live! from the Library videos.