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"The Eruption of Tambora" Ball

Saturday, May 21
8:00 p.m.-11:30 p.m.
Arlington Community Church, 52 Arlington Avenue, Kensington

Join the Bay Area English Regency Society in celebrating the bicentennial of the largest volcanic eruption in history.

Regency era costumes are admired but not required. The set dances are easy and will be taught at the ball. You don’t need to bring a partner. The dance caller for the evening will be Alan Winston and live music will be provided by the Divertimento Dance Orchestra.

For more information, go to: baers.org/index.html - baerscal . Advanced tickets ($20) may be purchased online or by mail through May 18. For advance purchases by mail, write the checks out to “BAERS” and send them to: BAERS c/o GBACG, PO Box 6392, Alameda, CA 94501. Tickets ($25) will also be available at the door.


Kensington Library Star Party

Monday June 6th
8:30-10:00 pm
Kensington Library, 61 Arlington Ave.

The East Bay Astronomical Society will be bringing their telescopes and expertise to Kensington Library! Join us for an evening of outdoor Stargazing. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about the solar system with Eastbay Astronomical Society experts! Telescopes will be set up on the lawn up the hill from the library, past the playground. This is a free program. Here’s to hoping for clear skies!

*The STAR PARTY is contingent upon clear weather. Eastbay Astronomical Society will notify the library by noon on the day of the program IF the program must be cancelled due to weather conditions.*



Science Lecture at the Library: Think Like a Naturalist

Monday June 13th
7:00-8:00 pm
Kensington Library, 61 Arlington Ave.

Naturalist, wildlife biologist, award-winning educator, and artist, John (Jack) Muir Laws will share his love of the natural world and outline how to think like a naturalist to improve one’s skills of observation, memory and appreciation of the natural world.

John (Jack) Muir Laws is a Research Associate of the California Academy of Science in San Francisco. Laws has written and illustrated several acclaimed books including: The Laws Guide to Drawing Birds (2012); Sierra Birds: a Hiker’s Guide (2004); The Laws Guide to the Sierra Nevada (2007); and The Laws Pocket Guide Set to the San Francisco Bay Area (2009). He is a regular contributor to Bay Nature magazine with his “Naturalists Notebook” column and is the founder and host of the Bay Area Nature Journal Club. This is a Free Program.




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