Share Your Expertise!


The San Diego Public Library is hosting a free 4-location simultaneous event on Saturday, May 14 called the How-To Festival. “What is that” you ask? It’s essentially a marathon of short 20- or 45-minute classes where people can teach other people how to do a variety of stuff. The How-To Festival will take place at the Pacific Beach, Central, Otay Mesa, and Rancho Penasquitos Libraries.

But in order to make this happen, we need teachers! What cool personal expertise can you share with others? Can you dance Salsa? Can you make salsa? Do your friends envy your ability to eliminate clutter? Can you repurpose clutter into creative objects with a new life? How about backyard science experiments? Build a robot? Bring mindfulness into your life? In other words, can you teach others HOW-TO do something amazing in a fun, entertaining way in 20 or 45 minutes?

If you are interested in doing this, please apply at https://sdplhowtofestival.eventbrite.com by April 8.


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