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The Joys of Painting ~ AAPI May Celebration

Celebrate Asian American Pacific Islanders Heritage Month at local libraries around the Bay Area: Painting with Pauline Tsui – The Joys of Painting is a hands-on workshop that explores the main concept and basic techniques of Chinese brush painting. Participants will learn how to paint flowers and small animals with a paint brush, and create lines and washes using Chinese ink and watercolors.

This workshop is for beginners and intermediate level learners, from ages 6 to 90+. Participants will paint seasonal flowers, fruits, and small animals. All art materials will be provided. Preregistration is required, sign up online or call the librarians.

As of Today 5/22, ALL the May programs have been filled. There are more painting workshops with Pauline in June and in September. See link below if you want to sign up for ‘The Mindful Brush’ at Pleasant Hill Library on June 17.

Alameda County Libraries
Albany branch  5/13  Sat  Family program
Castro Valley branch 5/16 Tue Children
San Lorenzo branch 5/15 Mon Adult program
Centerville branch 5/24 Wed Family program (as of 5/22, this event is full)
Dublin branch 5/4 Thurs Adult program
Dublin branch 5/15 Mon Family program
Fremont Main 5/25 Thurs Family program (Full)
Fremont Main 5/28 Sun  Adult  program (Full)
Union City 5/27 Sat Adult program (as of 5/22, this event is full)
Age Well Center South Fremont 5/22 Monday (Full)
Other Libraries
Alameda Free Library 5/20 Sat All ages
Berkeley West Library 5/18 Thurs Introduction (Full)
Mountain View Library 5/27 Sat Adults program (Full)
Pleasant Hill Library 6/17  Sat Family program (12 spaces left …)

More workshops in May, at Fremont Library, Centerville Library, Mountain View Library, for Adults and Families, have all be filled, contact the libraries to be put on wait lists, note: it does not guarantee that you will have a spot if you are on the wait list.

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