Also called pumas and cougars, mountain lions play a critical role in maintaining the health and biodiversity of our ecosystems. However, expansion of human populations is causing increasing encounters and conflicts between humans and pumas, and growing tensions in our local communities. McDonald discusses mountain lion ecology and history, the challenges of sharing the habitat with mountain lions and offers essential tips for living and recreating without fear in puma habitat. A nonprofit, Felidae Conservation Fund, aims to advance the conservation of wild cats and their habitats planet-wide through a combination of research, education and cutting-edge technology. Felidae works in both North and South America on different mountain lion research and conservation projects. The flagship project is the Bay Area Puma Project (bapp.org). Fremont Main Library is wheelchair accessible. The library will provide an ASL interpreter for any event with at least seven working days’ notice. Call (510) 745-1401 or TTY (888) 663-0660.
Ninth Annual Jingletown Winter ArtWalk, Jingletown Arts & Business Community holds their Ninth Annual Winter Art Walk, the annual winter open studio event highlighting the work of more than 50 artists who live and/or work in the area, Also, food trucks, local products and the annual T-Sisters Parade, Check out website for exact locations, 11 a.m, to 6 p.m, Dec, 6 and 7, Jingletown, between Park and Fruitvale Street bridges, Oakland, Free, www.jingletown.org, PEN Oakland-Workshop, The 24th annual PEN Oakland Literary Awards, called “The Blue Collar Pen,” recognizes authors for outstanding literary achievement and features readings from winning books, a reception and book signings with the winners, 1 to 5 p.m, Dec, 6, Oakland Library, Rockridge Branch, 5366 ballet flats dance College Ave., Oakland, Free, 510-597-5017, www.oaklandlibrary.org..
Details: Sept. 14-23; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; $25-$60; ybca.org. Reggie Wilson’s Fist and Heel Performance Group: Cal Performances presents the California premiere of Reggie Wilson’s “Moses(es),” a reimagining of the biblical Moses story inspired by the African-diaspora idioms of blues, gospel, and spirituals. Wilson’s Brooklyn-based Fist and Heel Performance Group is on campus for a residency preceding the performances, which also launch a new Cal Performances programming strand titled Joining Generations, which spotlights four trailblazing African-American choreographers, including Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s annual residency, Donald Byrd’s Spectrum Dance Theater, and Camille A. Brown’s “BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play.”.
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For more information, call 925-385-2280. Show on NBA star’s addiction and recovery. “Rebound: The Chris Herren Story,” will be presented by Support 4 Recovery at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 24, in Hofmann Theatre at the Lesher Center for the Arts, 1601 Civic Drive, in Walnut Creek. Rebound features former NBA player Chris Herren and his story of substance abuse and recovery. Tickets range from $40-$65 and can be purchased in person at the Lesher Center ticket office, online at www.lesherartscenter.org by calling 925-943-7469.
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