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From the library catalog:

With Kill a Watt you can cut down on costs and find out what machines are actually worth keeping plugged in. Simply connect your appliances to the Kill A Watt and it will assess how efficient they really are. Kill a Watt will count consumption by the Killawatt-hour, same as your local utility. With the help of Kill a Watt you can figure out your electrical expenses by the day, week, month or year.

At the Fremont Main Library, ask at the Information Desk, then use your library card to check out a Kill a Watt P4400.

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The monthly Lawyer in the Library program, free 15-minute consultations with an attorney, resumes the scalefourth Tuesday of this month.  Sign up in person at the Information Desk starting at   5 p.m. until 5:45 p.m. on the day of the program:

January 24            February 28            March 28

April 25                  May 23                     June 27

July 25                   August 22                September 26

October 24           November 28          December-no program

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The raining season is really upon us.  We have had many wet and windy days this winter already – and with many more to come.  The Warming Center is indeed need some help in order to accommodate the less fortune citizens who don’t have a place to go during this time.

If you would like to make a donation to the Emergency Warming Center, please kindly consider purchasing cots.  50 cots are needed. Coleman Pack-Away Cot can be purchased for $39.99 at Target Store or on Amazon.  You can bring them to the Warming Center at Fremont Senior Center, Wing A, 40086 Paseo Padre Parkway, Fremont, CA 94538, when the Center is open between 6 pm – 8 pm (please call Hotline # (510) 574-2222 to check);  or,  you can drop them off at the Human Services Department, 3300 Capitol Avenue, Bldg. B, Fremont CA 94538.

Human Services also has a donation page on the City of Fremont Web Site.  Human Services will send you thank-you letters with their Tax-Id number so contributions are tax deductible.

 

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The Winter Emergency Warming Center will  be open every time it rains or drops below 40 degrees by the City of Fremont in collaboration with Compassion Network CitySERVE.

Location – Senior Center (Wing A), 40086 Paseo Padre Parkway, Fremont, CA 94538

Volunteers and food donors are needed when it opens.  Please spread the words to anybody who might be interested in being a donor, volunteer; or be in need of this service.

Let’s all have a warm and safe winter!

 

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In an open letter to the community, the City of Fremont calls diversity its greatest strength and reaffirms its values of being a compassionate city:  http://bit.ly/2fFFRzV

And from the people of Fremont comes a resounding echo!

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Find Bruce Beasley’s “Unity” at the corner of Stevenson Blvd. and Paseo Padre Parkway, just outside the grounds of the Fremont Main Library.

 

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rewired to inspireThis is a pretty new program involved students 7-18 years old and adults aged 55 and up. The fun and successful kick-off event took place on May 20th.  After several months off, they are coming back to resume the program on September 16th, with a plan to have it regularly on every 3rd Friday of the month.

Sponsored by FUSS (Fremont Unified Student Store), this student initiated Care Project helps build a bridge between older adults and students.  Through this program, adults can act as role models by sharing their cultural heritage and wisdom while students can increase their communication and leadership skills as well as enhance their emotional intelligence (EQ).

For more information, check their website, or contact rewiredtoinspire@gmail.com

 

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3:45 – 4:30 p.m. Saturday, August 27

Fremont Main Library, Fukaya Meeting Room

2400 Stevenson Blvd., Fremont, CA

Fitness and dance instructor Mike Quebec leads a fun and energetic session of easy-to-follow line dance routines. Dance to the rockin’est 50’s and 60’s rock n’ roll music and get your heart rate up. This low-impact class is for all ages, especially mature adults.

Please wear loose comfortable clothing. Bring a water bottle and towel, and be ready to be   energized!

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