Explore the City Right Outside Your Door
The Alameda Free Library is proud to welcome local East Bay author Nathanael Johnson this Saturday, Nov. 12, at 11 a.m. for a Talk and Walk, as part of the Libraries Outside program
Johnson will speak about his book Unseen City, and then lead a walk to help residents learn how to see and explore small wonders even in the most civilized areas of a town. Unseen City has been praised in the San Francisco Chronicle, the Washington Post and by the Associated Press as a “modern classic of nature writing.”
The event will begin at the Main Library, 1550 Oak St. and move from there out into the town itself for exploration.
Everyone is welcome at this free event and families are especially invited to attend. RSVP to the Main Library Reference Desk at 747-7713 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Libraries Outside is a program of the Alameda Free Library that provides access to information and materials, through circulating daypacks, in-house events and talks and outings across the Bay Area, which make it easier for the public to get back outdoors.