3:30 - 4:30
1 Jose Sarria Court
San Francisco, CA 94114
If you enjoy some history in your fiction, spend an hour hashing out the details of—and the history behind—this month’s novel, Margaret Verble's Maud's Line. In 1928 eastern Oklahoma, 18 year-old Maud Neil knows her prospects for a better life are slim. When a newcomer with good looks and books rides down her section line, she takes notice.
This is a hybrid event. Registration is required for Zoom attendance. In-person attendance does not require registration.
Read, discuss ideas and connect through the many book clubs hosted by SFPL.
Programs spotlighting women's history, rights and current issues.
HERstory is SFPL's celebration of Women's History Month, spotlighting authors, thinkers, visionaries and artists during the month of March. Program offerings are for all ages.
First Person: Indigenous and Native Peoples Interest
Connect to engaging discussions and performances related to Indigenous Peoples.
Join the Library's celebration honoring the voices of Indigenous and native peoples with programs and workshops, book recommendations and more.