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3:30 pm

Teen Movie @ the Library: Searching

May 21 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
North Beach Branch Library, 850 Columbus Ave
San Francisco, 94133 United States
Free

Desperate to find his teen daughter, David delves through her internet history and social media to find clues on where his daughter might be. Starring John Cho, Sara Sohn, Michelle La. PG-13. 101 minutes. Free movies for teens monthly. Next movie: The Perks of Being a Wallflower

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Making Petal Pouch with Esther Kwan

May 21 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Ocean View Branch Library, 345 Randolph Street
San Francisco, 94132 United States
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Free

To celebrate the Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month, our renowned craft instructor Esther Kwan will show you how to hand sew draw string petal pouch with fabric and cord. Supplies provided. Beginners are welcome. Limited to 12 people. Please call (415)355-5615 to registe

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4:00 pm

Asian Snack Trials

May 21 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
San Francisco Public Library – Excelsior, 4400 Mission St.
San Francisco, 94112 United States
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Free

Celebrate Asian/Pacific Islander American Heritage Month. Explore snacks to try from different parts of Asia. For ages 8 and up. Please alert us of any food allergies.

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6:00 pm

Shizu Designs Art Demo

May 21 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
North Beach Branch Library, 850 Columbus Ave
San Francisco, 94133 United States
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Free

Come and experience this live demonstration of traditional Japanese basket making techniques used to transform rocks into art – art that invites quiet contemplation, peace and serenity. Presenters Karen Okino Butzbach and Shizu Okino use rattan or cane to wrap and tie the rocks with ornamental knots used in Japanese ikebana basketry. The stones are […]

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