Saturday May 13
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Fix your broken stuff!!
Bring your broken electronic , small appliances, computer, toy, etc.
for assessment, disassemble , and possible repair. Bring and fix your broken small electronics, appliances, bikes, and toys (or at least learn more about them) with the help of fixit coaches. A textile/clothing coach will also be available. We provide the workspace, tools, and coaches. This is an all-age do-it-together (D.I.T) repair event.
HOW: Register at….
– Bring your broken item (carry-in only: no oversize items)
– Bring parts and tools that might be helpful (e.g. sewing supplies)
– Come ready to describe what’s wrong and what you’ve tried
– Come ready to learn and to share what you already know with others
WHO: All ages welcome: a family-friendly event: accompanied children are heartily invited!
WHY: To make friends, learn and teach how to fix things, and have fun!
More into on Fixit Clinic check: www.fixitclinic.org
We also need coaches! Jacks & Jills of all trades, tinkerers, and sewers are invited to become fixit coaches; all you need is curiosity and a willingness to encourage & help others open up their broken stuff and try to fix it. The library has tools, sewing machines and supplies.
Navigating Indieworld : a beginner’s guide to self-publishing and marketing your book / Julie A. Gerber and Carole P. Roman
Social media guru, Julie A. Gerber and award-winning author of forty-three best-selling, independently published books, Carole P. Roman, team up to travel the winding road of self-publishing, promoting, and marketing a book. Join these two self-help experts as they share their vast store of experience in an easy to read, comprehensive guide, complete with end of chapter checklists to keep an author on track.Learn the importance of a beta reader and the value of a good editor. Know what’s needed when preparing a list for choosing an illustrator. Compare the many ways to promote your book. Find out what each step can cost and where you can save. This guide takes new independent authors from the first draft, through publication and the complicated world of marketing. Included is a directory of resources to help get there faster.Navigating Indieworld will end up being the ultimate travel guide for writers on their journey to published author.
Write Your Story @ the Union City Library
Join our library group, headed by Bruce Hasse, for an informal gathering of aspiring writers of all types of genres. Your writing can be memoirs, creative non-fiction, poetry, song lyrics, science fiction, plays,essays, you name it! We just want to hear what you have written and support each other as we grow as writers.
Sharing is optional.
Meetings take place
Third Tuesday of the month
February 21 & March 21
1 p.m. — 3 p.m.
The storyteller’s secret : from TED speakers to business legends, why some ideas catch on and others don’t / Carmine Gallo
|Internationally bestselling author Carmine Gallo reveals the secrets to telling powerful, inspiring, and game-changing stories that will help you achieve any goal.
Write Your Story
the Union City Library
Join our senior library member Bruce Haase and write your memoir. Bruce is a life long reader, he now writes memoire-based, creative non-fiction. These are informal meetings to support each other and organize your thoughts for writing. Sharing is optional.
Meetings take place
September 20, October 18
and November 15
1 — 3 p.m.
Please bring your pen & paper.
For more information contact :
The good news is that anxiety, guilt, pessimism, procrastination, low self-esteem, and other “black holes” of depression can be cured without drugs. In Feeling Good, eminent psychiatrist, David D. Burns, M.D. outlines the remarkable, scientifically proven techniques that will immediately lift your spirits and help you develop a positive outlook on life: Recognize what causes your mood swings, nip negative feelings in the bud, deal with guilt, handle hostility and criticism, overcome addiction to love and approval, beat “do-nothingism”, avoid the painful downward spiral of depression, build self-esteem, feel good every day!
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The Union City Library is engaged in a Master Planning process under the guidance of the architectural firm Group 4. This process involves all the branches of the Alameda County Library as well as Union City and will be a planning tool for many years to come.
Union City community members are invited to contribute their ideas at an Open House and a Community Meeting scheduled for Monday, March 7. The open house is from 3:30 to 5:30.
Drop by, meet the architects, let them know your thoughts about the future direction for your Library. A more formal community meeting will be held that evening from 6:30 to 8:00 in the Community Room. This is your chance to hear what others are thinking about as well as express your own ideas.
Union City Library needs your voice. Join us in the conversation!
The Lobby book sale shelves at the Union City Library are now stocked, open, and ready for business! Find books for kids, teen, and adults – and the price is right!
Drop your money in the cash box right at the shelves, and you’re good to go! We have some wonderful bargains, and all the funds collected go toward Library materials and programs.
Do you have books, in good condition, that you have already read? Donate them to the Library and help us keep this going!
The Cellist of Sarajevo
Tuesday November 3, 2015@ 1 p.m.
While a cellist plays at the site of a mortar attack to commemorate the deaths of twenty-two friends and neighbors, two other men set out in search of bread and water to keep themselves alive, and a woman sniper secretly protects the life of the cellist as her army becomes increasingly threatening.
The book club community contact : Martha Brown 510-475-7531, email: Martha_brown4673@att.net
The Book Club meets the first Tuesday of the month.