The stunning main branch of the San Francisco Public Library (100 Larkin St. at Grove) is not only a joy to behold but also a hub of activity for adults, children, and families. The rich resource of reading and research materials, story circles, science exhibits, and special events already available is impressive.
Maria Kochetkova and Taras Domitro in Tomasson/Possokhov’s Don Quixote (© Erik Tomasson)
In addition to this rich mix, San Francisco Ballet offers unique movement workshops based on classical ballet technique. These classes are specifically designed for adults to experience the joy of movement along with their children (ages 6-12). Movements are inspired by a ballet within San Francisco Ballet's current repertory. Movement Workshops are complimented by interactive discussions, slide and/or video presentations followed by a question-and-answer period.
There are no workshops scheduled at the library this season.