Atticus Spence Enjoys Carnival of Chaos Performance

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Atticus Spence Enjoying Carnival of Chaos Performance!

Atticus Spence Enjoying Carnival of Chaos Performance!

Carnival of Chaos performed comedy, music, and juggling at the San Lorenzo Library on July 17, 2013. As you can see, the audience was delighted by their antics.

Busy Bee Dogs Perform at San Lorenzo Library

Saturday, July 13, 2013

A good trick!

A good trick!

The audience watched in awe as furry friends flew through the air completing complex catches! This program took place on the lawn outside the Library so dogs and people could enjoy the summer day!

Nutrition Class Starts August 6

Wednesday, July 10, 2013



Tuesday, July 9, 2013


Surfing Magician Astounds San Lorenzo Library Crowd

Monday, July 1, 2013
Surfing Magician

None of the San Lorenzo Library staff can figure out how the Surfing Magician made water pour magically into a cup.



The Surfing Magician visited the San Lorenzo Library on Saturday, June 20. Performing tricks to amaze the crowd and quips to tickle their funny bones, the Surfing Magician will be remembered as a wonderful aspect of the Summer Reading Program.

Doug Hofkins, a.k.a. the “Surfing Magician” has over 15 years of comedy magic shows. He has been known to amaze and amuse crowds of all ages at his shows time and time again. Doug has performed to crowds of a few at a select table in a restaurant, to as many as hundreds in a theater—all from ages one to one hundred and one. The Surfing Magician’s reviews are constantly outstanding, with people commenting most about his unique tricks, traits, and interesting storylines. The show is an ever-evolving experience that is guaranteed entertainment for all involved.

Presented by the Alameda County Library with sponsorship from the following: Friends of the Library-San Lorenzo Area, Alameda County Library Foundation, Chabot Space and Science Center, Oakland A’s, Target, The Lawrence Hall of Science, LEGOLAND, Papa Murphy’s Pizza and Togo’s.

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