It’s no secret that Berkeley is full of weird and wonderful people. It’s why those of us who do love living here, isn’t it?
You can learn more about some of the city’s historical eccentrics on Thursday 25th October when Richard Schwartz, author of “Eccentrics, Heroes and Cutthroats of Old Berkeley” will speak at the Julia Morgan-designed Berkeley City Club (right).
The event, which includes a reception, is being organized by the Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association (BAHA).
On November 1st Susan Dinkelspiel Cerny, author of “An Architectural Guidebook to San Francisco and the Bay Area” (left) will be presenting “Observations: The San Francisco Bay Area and Its Built Environment”.
And on November 11th Mark A. Wilson, author of Julia Morgan: Architect of Beauty” will give a talk entitled “Julia Morgan: Her Unique Place in American Architecture”.
Check the BAHA Calendar for details of these and other events. The books mentioned will be available for signing at the events.