Saturdays, August 23rd, 1: 00 p.m. (Weekes Branch)
August 23rd, Urban Cycling 101 Classroom Workshop
Bike East Bay’s certified instructor will teach you about the rules of the road, required equipment, how to fit a helmet, avoid crashes, take bikes on transit, and more. Receive a free reflective vest for participating.
No bicycle required for class. Optional registration online at www.BikeEastBay.org/education#UC101
Saturday, September 6, 3:00-4:45 p.m. ( Main Library)
A free Laughter Yoga workshop is presented monthly at the Hayward Public Library. Come and join in the laughter, reduce stress and learn that silliness is great for your health.
Saturday September 13, 3:30-4:30 @ Main Library
Join local professional beekeeper Judy Casale as she describes a year in the life of a beehive, what is involved in starting one’s own beehive and how all of us can help local honeybees who are facing increasing threats from pesticides and diseases by creating a bee-friendly garden. Judy carefully tends fifty beehives scattered throughout Castro Valley, Livermore, Fremont, Pleasanton, Hayward and Lafayette, California. (Beehives are like potato chips. You can’t just have one). She keeps her honeybees healthy by using disease resistant queens, and organic treatment protocols. She sells at local farmer markets under her company name Dominique Honeybees ( named for her father).
Saturday, September 13th, 1:00 pm-4:00 pm (Weekes Branch)
Communication expert, Tia Turnbull, will teach you powerful wasy to communicate with others in order to succeed in life.
Paticipants will learn:
How to use communication in order to create uplifting environments.
Dealing with difficult people.
The causes of anger and blame that breakdown peaceful interactions.
The four ways we uplift or drain each other’s energy.
Understanding ourselves in conflict situations.
How to identity affects the way we treat each other.
Finding happiness regardless of circumstances.