Activities & Events
Science at the Library: "Three Earthquake Dolls"
Math Science Nucleus, Alameda County Library
April, 1906 saw the worst earthquake disaster in the United States when it demolished San Francisco and surrounding areas.
Learn about the faults in the Fremont area and about the experiences of three children in the animated storybook "Three Earthquake Dolls."
This event is part of our continuing series "Science in the Library." This event will help families understand earthquakes in the San Francisco Bay area, and different earthquakes through an animated storybook.
Tuesday, April 11, 2006 from 7 pm - 8 pm
Fremont Main Library
2200 Stevenson Blvd
Fremont, CA 94536
Overview of earthquakes on the Hayward fault and damage caused by 1906 earthquake in Fremont.
General public. Families. Free event.
Joyce Blueford, (510) 790-6284