Sutro Library, the San Francisco branch of the California State Library, announces two evening programs to be held on the last Thursdays in September and October.
Our featured speakers this fall are two National Park Service experts who will share their knowledge and enthusiasm for Adolph Sutro:
September 29, 2011
TITLE: Grounds for Pleasure: The Archaeology of Adolph Sutro's "Merry Way" Amusement Park
GUEST SPEAKER: Leo Barker, National Park Service Archaeologist
October 27, 2011TITLE: My Family Experiences Working at Sutro Baths
GUEST SPEAKER: Tom Bratton, National Park Service Docent
These programs are free and open to the public. Receptions with light refreshments will begin both evenings at 7:00 pm; the lectures start at 7:30 pm.
The Sutro Library is located at 480 Winston Drive in San Francisco. Directions to the Library are posted on Google Maps. For more information, please contact the Sutro Library directly at (415) 731-4477 or [email protected].
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