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STUDENT LOAN LAW  BASICS  Tuesday, July 26, 7–8:30 p.m.

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Eric M Boeing

 

Eric M. Boeing, consumer debt attorney, will introduce ways borrowers may choose to address their student loan situation, including:  the four government-sponsored payment reduction programs (IBR, ICR, PAYE, and REPAYE); consolidation and rehabilitation of defaulted loans; hardship deferments and disability discharges; suing schools and debt collectors;  how Bankruptcy Court can and can’t help.  Eric M. Boeing’s (www.boeinglaw.com) law practice is devoted to helping people protect themselves from their creditors. He is a graduate of the University of California Hastings College of the Law, Class of 2006.

The Fremont Main Library, a branch of the Alameda County Library system, is located at 2400 Stevenson Boulevard and is wheelchair accessible. The library will provide an ASL interpreter for any event with at least seven working days’ notice. Please call 510-745-1401 or TTY 888-663-0660 for more information.

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music bridgeTreat yourself to music at the Fremont Main Library on Saturday July 9th at 2:00 when Music Bridge, an ensemble of local students perform.  Their repertoire covers pop, jazz, musical scores as well as traditional and classical music from Vietnam and all across Asia.

The ensemble is led by Fremont resident and internationally recognized musician and composer Vân-Ánh Võ.  Vân-Ánh is an Emmy Award-winning and Academy Award-nominated multi-instrumentalist and master of the Vietnamese Đàn Tranh, a 16-string plucked zither.  Music Bridge members have performed at the Paramount Theater in Oakland, the Palace of the Legion of Honor in San Francisco and Washington D.C.’s Kennedy Center.  Bring your family and be inspired by these young talented students!

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BICYCLE THEFT PREVENTION WORKSHOP

bikeeastbayGain strategies and skills for bike security at this FREE and Fun Class!

Saturday, June 18, 3:30-4:30 p.m.

Fremont Main Library Fukaya A Meeting Room

Learn more and register online at BikeEastBay.org/education.

Contact: Fremont Main Library Information Desk (510) 745-1401.

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FINANCIAL SELF RELIANCE

Fremont Main Library – Fukaya A Meeting Room

Tuesday, June 28, 2016, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

 

Life’s challenges–health emergencies, sudden loss of a job, retirement, natural alan olsendisasters–can come when you’re least prepared. Let CPA Alan Olsen teach you how to prepare for any unexpected financial burden. Learn skills that can help your career, family and your future.

The Fremont Main Library, a branch of the Alameda County Library system, is located at   2400 Stevenson Boulevard and is wheelchair accessible. The library will provide an ASL interpreter for any event with at least seven working days’ notice. Please call 510-745-1401 or TTY 888-663-0660 for more information.

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The Lawyer in the Library Program, held the fourth Tuesday of the Law-logo[1]month at Fremont Main Library, offers a free 15-minute appointment with an attorney. Sign-ups are taken in person between 5 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. at the Information Desk on the evening of the program. A lottery at 5:50 p.m. assigns appointments, with the first one at 6 p.m. and the last at 7:45 p.m. Usually there are 16 time slots available. The LITL schedule for 2016 is:

January 26         February 23      March 22          April 26

 May 24               June 28             July 26            August 23

September 27     October 25      November 22     December—none

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happy_valentines_day The last day of January is here (already!) and February, the shortest month of the year, is about to make it’s entrance. February may be short but it’s an important time of  year. Lest you need to be reminded, Valentine’s Day is almost upon us. It is the one day of the year that is specially set aside to let those we care about, whether in a friendly or romantic way, know just how much they mean to us.

And, of course, the libraries want to help you celebrate Valentine’s Day.  Two of our lovely smaller libraries, Niles Library and Irvington Library, will be having programs in which the whole family is invited to participate. Both programs will be led by Christie of Christie’s Creative Cupboard.

Niles Library program will be on Tuesday, February 10 at 3:30 PM. Families will have the opportunity to work together on Valentine greetings. All supplies will be provided for this free program.  Due to space limitations, participation is available upon a first-come basis. So arrive a little early and be prepared to have fun!

Irvington Library will have a program the following day, Wednesday, February 11 at 3:30 PM.  This program will be a little different. Families will have the fun of working together to make a beautiful, tissue-decorated cardboard heart.  This will be fun to keep as a decoration for your home or to give as a gift. Free tickets will be given out 15 minutes prior to the program, so please be on time to get your place! This program is also free, and all materials are provided.

Hope you can make it to one or both of these fun programs.  Happy, Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!

 

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We are deep into fall now, and November is nearly here.   As we near Thanksgiving, we think of the time we will be spending with family and friends.  Thanksgiving is not just a yearly celebration, it is a chance to look back over our year and remember the people and things in our lives that we are thankful for.

We are so stressed out, worried, harried, pushed for time and resources that we forget that there are many things we have to be thankful  for.  I first saw this saying on a plaque in a gift store. My daughter bought it to put up as a reminder to herself that no matter what was going on in her life, she had many good things too.  Hopefully, the good will outweigh the bad, but if all you see is bad, then stop and try to find something that makes you thankful.  It doesn’t have to be big.  Maybe the way a friend smiles at you, or your pet that is always there to greet you is something you can be grateful and thankful about. I’m not being a Pollyanna when I say that if we look for the good we will find something.

With these thoughts in mind, I thought it would be fun to have families come to the library and create something that reminds them of the things they are thankful for. Irvington Library will be having a program on Wednesday,  November 12 at 3:30 P M where will create a “Thankful Journal” which everyone in the family can contribute to. It is a chance for each family member to express themselves, and remember the good things they are thankful for. We will be handing out free tickets for this event 15 minutes prior to its start.

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Make a family thankful journal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Niles Library is also having a program for families to express the things they are thankful for. There we will be creating a “Thankful Tree” with each leaf expressing someone or something we are thankful for.That program will be held on  Tuesday, November 18 at 3:30 PM.Space is limited, so seating will be available on first-come basis.

I hope you and your family will be able to participate in one or both of these activities. Remember, all events are free, and supplies will be provided.

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Family Thankful Tree

If you are unable to make these events, then maybe you can have a family project over the Thanksgiving holiday.  Go online and put in “Thankful Journal” or  “Thankful Tree” and you will find images and instructions which will help you design your own. Whatever you do, try to take some time to remember the things that you are thankful for!

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FBI program7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, Fukaya A Room, Fremont Main Library

Here is your chance to find out anything you’ve been curious about the Federal Bureau of Investigation.  Come and ask FBI representatives about identity protection, fraud prevention, cyber safety awareness, things you’d like to know about the FBI and how it operates.  The program starts at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, January 28, in the Fukaya A Room of the Fremont Main Library.  The library is wheelchair accessible.  An ASL interpreter will be provided for this program if requested at least seven days in advance.  Contact voice 510-745-1401 or TDD 888-663-0660.

 

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Free 15-minute consultations with an attorney will again be available the scalefourth Tuesday of each month January through November.  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 28            February 25            March 25

April 22                  May 27                 June 24

July 22                  August 26              September 23

October 28           November 5           December-no program

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Come, enjoy chamber music this Saturday and meet faculty members of the Anna Poklewski Academy of Music, including

Loren Tayerle

Loren Tayerle

Loren Tayerle (horn, viola and conductor), Natachia Li (cello) and Jennifer Ridout (flute). Mr. Tayerle is director of Orchestral Studies at De Anza College where he conducts the De Anza Chamber Orchestra and teaches music history. Arrangements of works by Corelli, Mozart, Bach and Tchaikovsky will showcase violins, violas, cellos, a harpsichord and bass.

 The Anna Poklewski Academy of Music (39660 Mission Blvd. in Fremont) is an alternative music school that inspires and inculcates a love of music in every student. The Academy uses a systematic approach combining technical training, artistry and musicianship, while fostering an understanding

Natachia Li

Natachia Li

of music as a language in communicating emotions and experiences. A chamber music class for student musicians is being offered for the first time at the school.

The concert starts at 3 p.m. this Saturday in the Fukaya Room.

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Jenny Ridout

Jenny Ridout

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