Mr. Ardist Cooper, Jr.will read excerpts from, and discuss his new book, Every Tub Sits On Its Own Bottom: Memoir of A Sharecropper's Son
Born into a life of poverty, Cooper believed it was his destiny to free his family from the hardships of life in the Old South. At the age of 11, he left home, and set off on a far-ranging journey to become a self-sufficient man, and ultimately, to realize his childhood goal. Through his life story, Ardist entertains, educates, and quietly dares us to create the reality we desire, rather than settle for what we believe is possible.
- San Francisco's Chinatown, Then & Now
- Sábado 7 de Mayo de 2016, 11:00 amBiblioteca Central, Sala Latino/Hispana A & B
- Computer Help for Adults/Seniors
- Sábado 7 de Mayo de 2016, 3:30 pmExcelsior, Excelsior: Sala de Reuniones
- OWL: Older Writers Laboratory
- Lunes 9 de Mayo de 2016, 10:00 amBernal Heights, Bernal Heights: Sala de Reuniones
- Teen Computer Corps
- Domingo 8 de Mayo de 2016, 2:00 pmOrtega, Ortega: Sala de Reuniones
- Book a Librarian in Russian
- Martes 10 de Mayo de 2016, 10:30 amBiblioteca Central, Sala de Computadoras
- Mock Job Interviewing
- Martes 10 de Mayo de 2016, 2:30 pmBiblioteca Central, Centro de Alfabetización: Computadoras
*Patrocinado por los Amigos de la Biblioteca Pública de San Francisco.