This Sunday, July 8th, 3 – 4 pm there will be music and dancing in the library!
Rock ‘n’ Roll dance classics will be performed live by Bay Area musicians, Along Came Jones! Come and listen! Come and dance! Come and browse books while infectious rock ‘n’ roll dance grooves play! No registration required. Event will be on the main library floor. Bring the whole family!
Enjoy some great 50s and 60s dance classics in anticipation of the event:
Browse our catalog for more Rock ‘n’ Roll and rockabilly CDs to check out! Get started here.
Let your creative energies flow with this abstract art program! Learn to paint in the style of abstract artist Wassily Kandinsky. Listen to music to inspire your artwork, or work from a template. No experience necessary and all supplies will be provided; just bring your imagination!
For ages 18 and up. Space is limited and registration is required. To register, or find out more information, please contact the Union City Library reference desk in person or by phone at 510-745-1464 (ext. 5). Or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot!
April 22, 2017 Saturday 3 – 4pm
April is Jazz Appreciation Month, and we invite you for a special celebration at the Union City Library! Master horn and trumpet player Dave Rocha and his jazz trio will perform jazz standards, pop and show tunes, and original compositions. The program is free and open to all, no registration required!
Enjoy some sample tracks below:
A Portrait of Jennie – A beautiful ballad with flugelhorn, piano, drums and bass.
Let’s Cool One – This unique arrangement alternates between 5/4 and 4/4 time every four measures. It features flugelhorn, piano, drums, and bass.
Sombrero Sam – Some Latin jazz, including trumpet, small Hammond organ, bass and Latin percussion.
You can find the full page of available CD/Audio Samples here.
El Ballet Folklórico de James Logan High School cheer up a rainy Friday afternoon with a performance in the library (October 14th).
Jalisco: final dance!
The Logan Folklórico performers with founder Mr. Huertas, far right.
The dance troupe performed dances from four different states of Mexico, and Logan Folklórico founder and dance instructor Jaime Huertas gave more depth about the traditions of music and dance from each region.
For those who missed the performance, Logan Folklórico will be having its annual Concierto de Primavera in May! The concert will include many more folk dances from Mexico as well as Puerto Rico. Check out past performances here.
| at the Union City Library!
Come join us for a summer night of Latin-inspired dancing fun! Shake away the stress and calories, and get ready to have a party! Wear comfy clothes and shoes, bring your water, and bring your smiles!
For all ages (12 and up). All levels welcome. Limited spots.
Sign Up at the Reference Desk. First Come First Serve.
Call 510-745-1464 ext. 5 for more information
Bea in the Nutcracker by Rachel Isadora
“Bea and her friends are excited to put on their costumes and dance onstage in The Nutcracker! Bea is going to be Clara, and Sam is going to be the Prince. They will dance in the ballet’s magical Land of Sweets. Yum!” [JPB ISADORA,R]
Lily and the Bear by Lisa Stubbs
“Lily likes nothing better than to imagine and draw the things she loves. She draws cats and birds and boats and houses, and one day she makes a very special drawing of a bear who comes to life. Lily shows Bear her favorite things, and Bear shows Lily his—because everyone knows that friends help friends see the world in a new way. That’s why Lily and Bear are forever friends!” [JPB STUBBS]
One Bear Extraordinaire by Jayme McGowan
“Bear wakes up one morning with a song in his head, but something is missing. What’s a one-bear band to do? He travels the forest in search of his song and meets a few other musicians along the way, but even with their help, his song still feels incomplete. Will Bear find the perfect accompaniment and learn that every song sounds sweeter with friends by his side?” [JPB McGOWAN,J]