Charged Particles, Nutrition Talk Top Library Events This Week

Learn the truth about gluten in the afternoon, then come back at night for some jazz.

RWC Library    Photo: Joan Dentler
RWC Library Photo: Joan Dentler

Thanks to the Friends of the Library, the downtown branch of the Redwood City Public Library deserves its own marquee.....with a wide variety of musical events, classes, and workshops, the library is its own microcosm of life in Redwood City.

This Thursday, Jan. 23, there are two special events happening at the library--one in the afternoon and one in the evening: 

12-1 p.m.

Community Health Talk -Hot Topics in Nutrition

Downtown Library Community Room

Featuring:  Scott Cahn, MS, RD

Is gluten ok? What about coconut milk? Should you be concerned with how much soy you eat? Does rice contain arsenic?  Hear what Kaiser Permanente dietitian Scott Cahn, MS, RD, has to say about these topics and much more.  For questions, please contact the Health Education Department at Kaiser Permanente 650.299.2433. Co-sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

7:00 p.m.

"Charged Particles" - Contemporary Jazz - Live Concert

Downtown Library Fireplace Room

"Charged Particles is definitely dazzling." - Jazz and Blues Report

Charged Particles plays concerts featuring highly-composed electric and acoustic jazz, with elements of Latin music, funk music, and many other genres, as well as creative arrangements of  jazz standards.  Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

 Need more info? It's all online at www.redwoodcity.org/library.  

Phil Cooper January 22, 2014 at 12:09 PM
Most people caught up in the no-gluten movement probably couldn't tell you what gluten is. Moreover, over 99% of the people who are avoiding gluten are doing so unnecessarily. It's a silly fad that's making lots of money for some companies at the expense of the gullible and uninformed.


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