The San Bernardino Public Library will host a program for Black History Month on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 10:30 AM in the Bing Wong Auditorium at the Feldheym Central Library at 555 W. 6th Street. Teacher, Spoken Word artist, and West African dancer Makeda Kumasi, will present "DrumSong" an adaption of an African American fable which includes drum and dance. She will also present "An Audience with Rosa Parks" immediately following "Drum Song".
A new pothole repair program is underway! The program began last week along Tippecanoe (between 5th and I-10), covering 173 potholes. This week they are working on Waterman (between 5th and I-10). Please adhere to traffic signs and use caution around roadwork zones. Learn more about the program here.
In November 2016, 55.12 percent of San Bernardino city registered voters approved Measure O, the citizen-initiated San Bernardino Regulate Marijuana Act of 2016. The initiative seeks to replace the previous ban on marijuana businesses in the City with a regulatory and permitting system.
As a follow-up to the popular writing workshops for kids and teens during November’s National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), the San Bernardino Public Library will be hosting free writing workshops for kids and teens, ages 10-17, beginning on Monday, January 30, 2017.
San Bernardno Symphony Orchestra presents the outdoor Fine Arts Lunch Breaks at City Hall every second Monday of the month.
On the second Monday of the month, grab your lunch and head to City Hall to enjoy the symphonic melodies in the breezeway. This free performance is another way to enjoy and grow the fine arts in our city. Many thanks to the Symphony for bringing programs like this to downtown San Bernardino.