Click here to see a recording of our January 28th kickoff event, Together: Connecting and Finding Comfort with panelists Dr. Sara Cody, Dr. James Doty and Usha Srinivasan. Moderated by San Jose Columnist, Sal Pizarro.
Click here to see a chronological list of all Silicon Valley Reads events.
Meet the Silicon Valley Reads 2021 authors including Fanny Singer- Always Home, Carol Novello- Mutual Rescue, Rachel Joyce- The Music Shop, Nicola Yoon- The Sun is Also a Star, Nikki Grimes- Garvey's Choice, Jessica Curry- Parker Looks Up, and Isabelle Campoy, Theresa Howell and Illustrator Rafael Lopez- Maybe Something Beautiful.
Pick your favorite Silicon Valley Reads book and join us for a small group discussion (break out sessions on Zoom if needed). We will host limited book discussions on other select books related to the "connecting" theme.
In collaboration with the UNAFF in Libraries Program (United Nations Association Film Festival), these award-winning films span the world and touch on many of our Silicon Valley Reads topics for 2021. Each Wednesday evening we will offer a live, virtual film discussion with a film representative. We will provide the link to each movie for a week prior to the discussion.
Arts and crafts, coloring, watercolor, papermaking, yoga, virtual bird show, teen book clubs, postcard swap and more! We have many events for all ages to connect!
Join us for free beginner adult classes including yoga, knitting, Jazzercise, quilting, papermaking, crafting, and dance.
Indian dance performance, Marcus Shelby - Storyteller and Jazz performer, Zoom play: The Party Hop, quilting history and project, global dance party, San Jose Taiko.
Rich conversations about our theme including panel discussions with the President of the National Audubon Society, authors, naturalists, chefs, musicians, and more.