Here are some of the highlights happening around the Larkspur and Corte Madera Twin Cities area Oct. 15-16:
Christine Pollock, M.S. and ADHD coach, will be at the Larkspur Library on Tuesday at 7 p.m. to present: “The Many Faces of ADHD.” Her presentation comes in conjunction with ADHD Awareness Week, Oct. 14-20.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD is a complex neurobiological disorder that affects millions of children and adults worldwide, yet 85 percent of those affected remain undiagnosed. The stigma and myths that surround ADHD often keep people from getting what they need — information and support that would help them manage their challenges and take better advantage of their strengths.
• Explore Science Month: The forecast is for stormy weather with a chance of lightning — inside the Corte Madera Library. The Corte Madera Library continues to celebrate Science Month on Tuesday, from 4-5 p.m., with a wild look at the weather and how tornadoes, lightning and other phenomena are formed.
• Russian Affairs: Debra Dean returns to Russia for her latest novel The Mirrored World, which she'll present at Book Passage in Corte Madera on Tuesday at noon. Dean, the author of The Madonnas of Leningrad, sets her new tale of love and madness in 18th century Russia. There will be a catered lunch by Insalata's Restaurant. Tickets are $55.
• Children's Storytime: Let's not forget how reading is FUNdamental for children, too. There are a variety of reading groups for young children and their parents around town. Mother Goose is on the loose at the Corte Madera Library every Tuesday at 10 a.m. for storytime for babies 0-24 months old, with a parent or caregiver. The Larkspur Library offers fun for babies and toddlers, with songs, fingerplays, nursery rhymes and very short stories just right for this age group. Pottery Barn Kids and Barnes & Noble Booksellers also offer children's storytimes.
• Conservation Corps Fete: Everyone needs someone to lean on now and then, right? Caregivers can be a wonderful source of support, but even they need some help. Caregivers can find support Tuesday at 7 p.m. during a Attitudinal Peer Support Group meeting at 1350 South Eliseo Drive, Greenbrae. The meeting is free.
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