Suffering from neck, back, knee, or foot pain? Looking for ways to prevent their onsets? Unfortunately, at birth, there isn’t an owner’s manual on the functioning and repairing of our bodies so we can manage pain and suffering. At these free workshops, sponsored by the Cupertino Library Foundation, we will review and discuss the amazing design of our knees and feet and how to relieve pain with a variety of techniques including acupressure points, trigger points a...
Star Trek actors are working together to launch a new SciFi series. Learn from the producers, screenwriters, directors and actors what inspired their new venture and what resources it takes to launch a new entertainment series. They will discuss various aspects of building their venture including creating the content, attracting the talent and raising the money. All the actors share a common bond in that they have been guest stars in various Star Trek series. Featured gu...
Dames, Hoodlums and the Depression! Six Films from Hollywood’s Pre-Code Era! In the ﬁrst years of talking pictures, 1929 to 1933, America’s ﬁlm studios created an amazing body of work free from the enforcement of the Production Code - a form of corporate artistic self-censorship. These rambunctious ﬁlms revel in themes that would become taboo for Hollywood over the next several decades - sex and money, politics and drugs, tough-talking women and the men on the ma...
The Cupertino Library Foundation is a non-profit organization seeking your financial support for the Cupertino Library. Our community Library is so much more than a building with books.
The Cupertino Library Foundation supports educational and cultural programs for all ages year-round. We sponsor programs in collaboration with the Cupertino Library that teach, engage and enlighten our community.
In partnership with our Cupertino Library, we sponsor events year-round including a performing arts & culture series, educational programs & activities, films and guest speakers.
Arts & Culture
Our Performing Arts and Culture Series features a wide variety of free music, dancing and drama performances suitable for all ages.
Watch admission free films on a theatre screen. Following the film you are invited to participate in lively guest speaker led discussions about the film.