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COVID-19 Vaccine Update from the County of Alameda

January 12, 2021 

The current COVID-19 vaccine supply is limited, and Alameda County is following the State’s vaccine prioritization guidance. As vaccine supplies increase, you will be able to get a vaccine through a County-administered point of dispensing (POD) or your health care provider.

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San Leandro Launches New Hub for Community Volunteers

April 2, 2020 

Mayor Pauline Russo Cutter announced today that the City of San Leandro has launched a new online volunteer hub where community residents may register to serve as a volunteer to assist others in need. Currently, volunteer opportunities will be focused on local food banks or organizations dedicated to helping the community respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new hub is accessible by visiting: www.SLKindness.net.

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Saturday February 27, 2021
2:00 PMBlues & Pop Culture with Jim Mason

Come learn and discuss Blues & Pop Culture with Jim Mason, local Radio Host and Activist. All are invited to register for this free virtual event.

Jim Mason, Radio Host (KZSU 90.1's Vintage Wine) and Activist, is joining us to talk about the Blues and Pop Culture. Growing up during the Great Depression, Jim spent his after school days listening to the Blues. He is no stranger to the Civil Rights Movement and was a part of the Central Valley strikes led by Itliong and Chavez in the 1960s. His radio show Vintage Wine covers urban blues, jazz, and rock from the 1940s through 1970s.

Join us and let's talk or just come to listen in!


Monday March 1, 2021
10:30 AMRead with Me storytime (recorded program)

Read with Me Storytime: books and songs to share!

Each week, we'll post a new, pre-recorded video with a book and a song. Videos will be available for one week after posting, so you can watch when it works best for your family! Find the videos on our IGTV and Facebook pages.


Tuesday March 2, 2021
10:30 AMPlay with Me Storytime (Pre-recorded program)

Play with Me Storytime: Flannel stories, songs and fingerplays to share!

Each week, we'll post a new, pre-recorded video with flannel stories, rhymes and more. Videos will be available for one week after posting, so you can watch when it works best for your family! Find the videos on our IGTV and Facebook pages.


Wednesday March 3, 2021
10:00 AMBook To Action: Free Distribution of Drawdown to the Public

Register for any sustainability program and pick up (one per person) your copy of Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming* by Paul Hawken at our Curbside Hold Pick Up Service today and onward while supplies last.

*Circulating Library Copies and downloadable eBooks and eAudiobooks will also be available.

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10:30 AMStorytime Live! on Zoom (Virtual Program)

We'll bring the books, you choose what you want us to read! Join us on Zoom for this live, interactive session just right for toddlers and preschoolers.

Register by filling out the short form here: http://bit.ly/SLPLstorytime

(Please note: you only have to register once to receive the weekly invitation, which we'll send out the evening before each storytime. Register by Tuesday at 4pm to receive that week's link).

3:30 PMSTEAM Storytime for K-5 (Virtual Program)

STEAM Storytime for Grades K-5

Join us afterschool for a thirty-minute STEAM storytime that’s just right for school-age kids. Each week, we’ll read a science, technology, engineering, art, or math-themed book, then engage in a hands-on learning experience using materials you have at home. To receive the Zoom link for each weekly session, sign up for “STEAM Storytime” on our short form here: http://bit.ly/SLPLstorytime

(Please note: you only have to register once to receive the weekly invitation, which we'll send out the Monday before each storytime. Register by Monday at 4pm to receive that week's link).

7:00 PMRecreation and Human Services Commission
The Recreation and Parks Commission makes recommendations to the City Council regarding policies for the management and improvement of all properties used for leisure purposes by the City, plans for the future development of recreation and cultural programs in the City, and reviews and recommends user fees for recreation services. The Commission has nine members who serve four-year terms.

Thursday March 4, 2021
9:00 AMBabytime on Zoom! (Virtual Program)

Join us on Zoom for Babytime with Ms. Molly, just right for parents/caregivers with babies up to age 1. During each session, we'll sing songs and look at a board book, then have time for you to connect with each other. Register by filling out the short form here: http://bit.ly/SLPLstorytime

6:00 PM#Ownvoices Book Club

#Ownvoices is a hashtag that started in 2015 to promote diverse authors and books. #Ownvoices specifically refers to books where the author and protagonist share a marginalized identity. It’s a usfeul tool to diversify your reading list, learn about new perspectives and perhaps find aspects of your own experiences in the pages of a book. Come and chat about any #ownvoices books you've read (any genre! any format!) or drop by and get some inspiration for your next read.

Check out our booklist for ideas!

This book club meets on Zoom. This virtual event is free. Register here!

Email apena@sanleandro.org with any questions.



Saturday March 6, 2021
2:00 PMBook to Action: “Buy Nothing Group” Panel Discussion

San Leandro “Buy Nothing Group administrators and members discuss how local Buy Nothing groups help you save money, share with others, and build community near you, all while making a difference in climate change.

Required: Register for this free sustainability program here.


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