ONLINE Math Olympiad (For Grades 4-5 ONLY)

Get ready for the 2020 Math Olympiad by solving practice questions for grades 4-5 ONLY. The 2020 Math Olympiad contest is coming up, so practice for the test with this seminar. We will be going over previous Math Olympiad E test questions, help students become better problem solvers, and focus students answer questions quickly.For Grades 4-5 ONLYEventbrite registration is required. Registration will end on Thursday, September 17 at 12 pm. Participants who have registered will be given access credentials on September 17 by 3 pm.This program is sponsored by the Santa Clara City Library Foundation and Friends and Communication Academy.If you have questions about the program, please contact

Dear Beloved: Music & Storytelling with SOL Development & BE-IMAGINATIVE

KQED previews the documentary "When the Waters Get Deep," featuring SOL Development and the mothers of BE-IMAGINATIVE. Join us at the KQED Arts YouTube Channel for an evening of healing in advance of KQED's upcoming documentary film When The Waters Get Deep.Experience the collaborative work of hip-hop ensemble SOL Development and BE-IMAGINATIVE, who use their artistry and lived experience to disrupt cycles of trauma and violence in their community in a virtual event and concert hosted by KQED’s Pendarvis Harshaw.Filmed at West Oakland’s historic 16th Street Train Station, a hub for the Great Migration of African Americans from Southern states to the Bay Area during the 20th century, we invite you to bear witness to the healing power of telling one’s own story.Three mothers who’ve lost their children to gun violence recite poignant letters written for their loved ones who've transitioned. Tonya Lancaster, Annette Miller and Myra Jones of the BE-IMAGINATIVE collective share their stories of loss and summon restorative care and resilience. Their stories will be accompanied by new music from members of hip-hop ensemble SOL Development including "I'm Alive" and "Her Pain" at 25th Street Recording Studio.The event will culminate with the premiere of the trailer for When The Waters Get Deep.ABOUT WHEN THE WATERS GET DEEPThe artists of SOL Development make music to heal communities torn apart by gun violence, policing and mass incarceration. But when they’re shaken by unspeakable losses of their own, they must look inward and lean on each other to navigate circumstances that alter their lives forever. KQED Arts & ... Read More

Gary Blackburn (Dinner & Show – No Cover)

Felton Music Hall 6275 CA 9, Felton

Doors 4pm // Show 6:00 pm // ALL AGES // Free Show, No Ticket Required ***Seating will be first come first served. The restaurant will be open for dinner starting at 4pm. We will be maintaining all social distancing practices and following all health precautions and guidelinesPlease contact to make dinner reservations. Felton Music Hall Presents:GARY BLACKBURN

Ata Kak

Moe's Alley 1535 Commercial Way, Santa Cruz

(((folkYEAH!))) presents Ghana's legendary artist for a very rare appearance and Santa Cruz debut. (((folkYEAH!))) presents Ghana's legendary artist for a very rare appearance and Santa Cruz debut.Ata Kak’s cassette Obaa Sima fell on deaf ears when it was self-released in Ghana and Canada in 1994. Following an eight year search, Awesome Tapes From Africa tracked down the mysterious singer with a cult internet following and re-released his album. On the heels of extensive critical acclaim for the reissue, Ata Kak began performing live in 2013, storming stages at Sonar and Glastonbury festivals, among many others, backed by his London-based band.Ata Kak’s music—an amalgam of highlife, Twi-language rap, funk, hip-hop and electronica—is presented with the sweaty passion of a Prince record and the lo-fi DIY bedroom recording charm of early Chicago house music. The joyous soul and casual brilliance of the recording has inspired listeners worldwide, culminating in performances from Australia to Russia and Morocco to Croatia. Now—finally—Ata Kak and his band announce a series of shows across the United States.Ata Kak's tape was the inaugural post of the blog Awesome Tapes From Africa, when it started in 2006. Founder Brian Shimkovitz came across the cassette at a movable stall in Cape Coast, Ghana in 2002. About 50 copies had been pressed in Ghana and released in 1994 but the recording was forgotten, it had not found success. Shortly after its appearance on ATFA, it developed into an underground obsession among internet music circles. The story of this remarkable recording continues and Ata Kak, who had ... Read More