Adults

Free Legal Assistance Clinics

 
Tuesday, January 30, 2018, Friends Room 6-8 pm
Volunteer attorney will be on hand to answer legal questions at free legal assistance clinic sponsored by the Law Office of James P. Segall-Guiterrez.  

Volunteer attorneys will answer questions about immigration, criminal law, civil matters, estate planning, government benefits, labor and employment at the legal clinics.  For more information and to register for the free legal assistance clinics call the Reference Desk at 626- 307-1368.

Chinese Exclusion Act History Program


Learn the 135 year history of the Chinese Exclusion Act on Sunday, January 28 at 2 pm in the Friends Room.  Guest speakers will present the list of events that led to the Chinese Exclusion Act, why it occurred, why it was repealed, the repercussions to the Chinese American community, and how it is relevant to today’s immigration debates.  The program is co-sponsored with the Chinese American Citizens Alliance Greater San Gabriel Valley Lodge.  For more information about the free program, call the Reference Desk at 626-307-1368. 


Mandarin Chinese Classes for adults in January

Sunday    January 21 – April 22       Small Classroom    3:30-4:30 pm

Thursday  January 25 – April 12       Study Room #2    10-11  am

Free Legal Assistance Clinics


Tuesday, February 13, Friends Room 6-8 pm
Volunteer attorneys will be on hand to answer legal questions at free legal assistance clinics sponsored by the Asian Pacific American Bar Association (APABA). Volunteer attorneys will answer questions about immigration, criminal law, civil matters, estate planning, government benefits, labor and employment at the legal clinics.  For more information and to register for the free legal assistance clinics call the Reference Desk at (626) 307-1368.

Black History Month Film Program


The true story of Jesse Owns' Olympic quest to become the greatest track and field athlete is presented in a film drama on Sunday, February 11 at 1:30 pm in the Friends Room.  Owns competed in the 1936 Berlin Olympics where he faced racism in Germany and at home in the United States. The inspiring film is presented in honor of Black History Month. For more information about the free program, call the Reference Desk at 626-307-1368.