Hayward: “Teens Take a Closer Look,” a teen photography and writing exhibit, captures the little-noticed in Hayward. Hayward Main Library, 835 C Street, Hayward, CA, 94541, through September 22. Opens at the Weekes Branch Library, 27300 Patrick Ave., Hayward, CA, 94544, September 23. For information, contact Shawna Sherman, young adult librarian, at Shawna.Sherman@hayward-ca.gov.

La Habra: ” La Habra, the Pass Through the Hills: From a Teen’s Perspective,” a teen photography and writing exhibit opening September 27, 3 to 5 p.m. La Habra Branch Library/OC Public Libraries 221 E. La Habra Blvd. For more information, 562-694-2958.

Oakland: “Chinatown Memory Map Exhibit and Website Launch Party,” explores the history of Oakland’s Chinatown. Opens September 19, 1:30 to 3 p.m. Oakland Renaissance Plaza, 388 Ninth Street, 2nd floor. For more information, contact Roy at 510-637-0463.

Ridgecrest: “Stories in the Sand II,” a teen photography and writing exhibit captures the little noticed in the town. Through September 30. Ridgecrest Branch Library, 131 East Las Flores Avenue. More.

Salinas: “Our Place in the Watershed: The Arts and Service Learning,” professional development for teachers who want to learn how to integrate arts and service learning in the classroom. September 12. National Steinbeck Center, 1 Main Street. More.

Van Nuys: “Hearing the Deaf,” a semi-staged presentation of a play about the struggles and triumphs of the deaf community, followed by a discussion. DEAFestival at Woodley Park, 6340 Woodley Avenue. For information, contact Matt McCray at 323-841-9151.

Reserve your Seat: “On the Front Line: Three Generations of Soldiers’ Voices,” a free performance and discussion. October 29 at 7:30 p.m., Loyola Marymount University, 1 LMU Drive. 310-670-0362 for information and reservations.

Save the Date:
California history will again come alive at the Fourth Annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar on Saturday, October 17, from 10 am to 5 pm. Don’t miss it. More.

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