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MyCast Cycle 3: Your Story, Your Voice, Your Podcast*

Saturdays: 3/5 and 3/12 from 1-5 PM

(must be able to attend at least one of the two classes)mycast_web_square

The radio show is making a comeback with the increasing popularity of podcasts like Serial, Radiolab, and Welcome to Night Vale. Now it’s your turn. Whether you want to interview someone, write and record an opinion piece, discuss your favorite movie with a friend, or perform an original one-act play with a group, MyCast gives you the opportunity to voice what matters to you.

In MyCast, you will write, edit, and record a podcast, and then share it with the world. Registration required.

Perform in the Mill Valley Library’s Teen Poetry Slam!slam

Performance: Fri 3/4, 7 PM

Do you have a love of the spoken word? Do you want to participate in one of Mill Valley’s most celebrated evenings? Register to compete in the Library’s 5th annual Teen Slam Poetry Competition! Go to the Library’s website to find out how to be a part of this unforgettable evening! Check out the video from the 2015 Slam Competition here.

First Thursday: College Fit

Thurs. 4/7, 7 PM

sellecting-a-collegeHow do you find the right college for you? More than rankings, rhetoric or emotion, “fit” is the greatest determinant of college success, both in getting into college and completing your degree. Educational consultant Lori Byer will lead an interactive discussion to help you figure out which colleges might be right for you, exploring the elements that really matter (beyond just size, weather, and location). Registration recommended.

Creative Writing Workshops

Wednesday nights, 7-8:30 PMcrwrheader

There’s so much more to writing than simply regurgitating facts or ideas for an essay. Creative writing allows us to sharpen our critical thinking skills while giving our imagination free reign. Practice this craft in a relaxed, informal environment at these weekly creative writing workshops. No registration required.

Registration and more information about all events at Contact Katie for more information at or call (415) 389-4292 x 4727.


*This project is supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.

Thanks to the Library Foundation & Friends for their generous support of Library programs.

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