TED & Joe in the Morning: What does home mean? - Virtual

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Event Details

This occurrence of TED & Joe in the Morning is part of SBPL's Book to Action programming around the book The Yellow House by Sarah M. Broom.

Join SBPL for learning and conversations on almost absolutely anything! TED & Joe in the morning is a series to bring the community together, engage in thinking, and conversing, and help us all stay connected. 

TED & Joe is scheduled the 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month. Each session will be a different topic for which 2-4 TED Talks will be shared for participants to view beforehand. The group will then get together on the scheduled day to discuss and share with each other.

Registration required. 
While supplies last, registrants can pick up a FREE SBPL coffee mug!

This meeting we will be watching and discussing videos related to what the meaning of home is.

What does home mean? Videos:
Home is where the art is with artist Ian Strange
Where is home? with writer Pico Iyer


Future Viewing & Discussions:
4/23 - Robots
5/14 - Expanding Representation in Literature and Film - Benefits for Everyone
5/28 - Putting Out the Dumpster Fire - Solving Online Toxicity


This event is part of SBPL's Book to Action programming around the book The Yellow House by Sarah M. Broom. The book explores family history, environmental impacts on place and people, racial justice, housing insecurity, and community investment/divestment. We hope you will join and participate in many of SBPL's scheduled Book to Action events. See the full list of Book to Action events HERE.

 

Free community copies of The Yellow House will be available on a first come, first served basis for those who register for this event. Please email JLemberger@SantaBarbaraCA.gov to request a copy.


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Book to Action is a grant-funded program through the California Center for the Book that takes the basic book club concept and expands it to create a dynamic series of events for adults and multigenerational groups. In 2021, 35 library jurisdictions were selected to create a Book to Action series. Librarians work closely with community partners in engaging community members to read and discuss a book on a current topic, attend author or speaker events, and put their new-found knowledge into action by participating in a community service project or civic engagement activity related to the book.

  

California Center for the Book is a program of the California Library Association, supported in whole or in part by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.




Event Type(s): Library Program
Age Group(s): Adults
Jen Lemberger
(805) 564-5621

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