You Won’t Want to Miss Our Speaker on November 22nd!
Steve Hobbs, local photographer, is now creating a new pictorial history of Lafayette
Please join the us when we welcome Steve Hobbs on November 22nd at 1:30 in the Lafayette Library & Learning Center’s Community Hall. Steve says “everything I learned about photography was from a white pelican.”
Steve Hobbs grew up in Lafayette. After graduating from Williams College and teaching at the Choate School, Steve returned to the Bay Area where he received a doctorate in psychology. Twenty years ago he began taking photographs of the breathtaking sunsets over San Francisco Bay from his deck in Kensington, and his career as a photographer was launched.
Steve’s presentation will combine photographs from the archives of the Lafayette Historical Society’s extensive collection with his own current photographs of the area.
Please join us at 1:30 to have an opportunity to visit with Steve and perhaps purchase a signed copy of his beautiful “The Lafayette Reservoir – A Visual Celebration”. His presentation will begin at 2:00!
(Your donation supports the work of the Lafayette Historical Society as well as the ability to offer knowledgeable presenters who speak on local history.)
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the History Room
at (925) 283-1848 with your questions or reservation requests.