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Palo Alto Family YMCA

Self-guided walking tours, all week
Rene has two last names Storytime: 9/15, 9/18, and 9/20

The YMCA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building healthy, confident, connected and secure children, adults, families and communities.


Palo Alto Museum

self-Guided Walking Tours, all week

The Palo Alto Museum project will build a vibrant, inclusive history museum that will engage and inspire future generations with our community's compelling local history.


MidPeninsula Community Media Center

Immigrant & Refugee Stories, All Week
Made into America, online

"All Things Midpeninsula," providers of community TV programs and video production workshops with a website of media galleries.


Palo Alto Art Center

Friday Night at the Art Center, September 14, 7-10pm

The Palo Alto Art Center is your place to discover art. See, make, and be inspired because everyone is an artist. 



moon festival cultural party, September 21, 3-5pm

Avenidas is a private, non-profit agency celebrating over 40 years of helping mid-Peninsula seniors live well, learn and maintain their independence.


Palo Alto City Library

Immigrant & Refugee Stories, All Week
"the line becomes a river" book discussion, SEPTEMBER 20th

The Library connects and strengthens our diverse community through knowledge, resources, and opportunities. We inspire and nurture innovation, discovery, and delight.

The Library continues the spirit of Welcome Week with later events that celebrate our diverse heritage: Made in L.A. Documentary Screening on September 22nd, and Welcome to America! Session on September 27th.

Palo Alto Adult School

Palo Alto Adult School

Immigrant student stories, Online

The Palo Alto Adult School offers a broad range of affordable, high-quality classes to approximately 8,000 students annually. The school plays a critical role in integrating immigrants into our community by providing ESL and citizenship classes.

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Human Relations Commission

We promote the just and fair treatment of all people in Palo Alto, particularly our most vulnerable populations. By promoting awareness of issues and enabling conversations that enhance inclusion, the HRC strives to create a community where civility, respect and responsible actions are the norm.