Join PCPL's Joel D. Valdez Main Library as we celebrate Women's History Month with a celebration of all things Wonder Woman. A bike in movi…
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"Brian Keene isn't always a jerk." Nice write-up from Arizona's @pimalibrary (Pima County Library): #http://t.co/0MWSkeUpcl
7:15 AM - 3 Mar 2015
You've probably heard by now about #TheDress. If you're looking to debate more optical illusions with your family and friends (or on social…
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Here at the library, we love book clubs, and book clubs love us! It's a symbiotic relationship. Or something.
Already in a book club?
Mystery buffs will line up to catch Anne Perry at the Tucson Festival of Books. Try these books if you love hers!
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Pima County Public Library currently has openings for three positions:
Library Services Manager - 6127
Library Program Instructor - 6103 (Par…
Our recommendations for the family and the staff at Downton Abbey. Caution: Spoilers!
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PCPL's Nuestras Raíces brings you authors, poets...y poquita panza.
These are titles my daughter loved at 2-3 years. She'd want us to read them over and over (and over!), and never tired of the same stories. …
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Library has closed temporarily for renovation of the library's interior.
Bike on down to the library during 2nd Saturdays on March 14! We're showing Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines.
We'll teach you how to download eBooks, music, audiobooks, and videos on your device, smartphone, or laptop. It's free! (So are the smiles.)
Get free tax preparation help starting January 24. Take a look at the schedule and find out what you need to bring.
March is National Nutrition Month. This campaign focuses attention on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating a…
This article by Community Partnerships Librarian Dawn Gardner was originally published in the Arizona Daily Star on Feb. 8, 2015.
As a librarian…
Nuestras Raices authors at the 2015 Tucson Festival of Books
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Aprovecha de clases gratuitas de inglés, uso de computadoras, préstamos de DVDs, libros y más. ¡Es tu biblioteca—te esperamos!
¡ Revistas, enciclopedias, y mas!
"Finding early readers in Spanish is easy. Finding good ones that are not simply translations of English versions is hard."
Children who enter kindergarten ready to read have heard on average 30 million more words than children who are not ready to read. Talking to your …
The fourth-annual AZ SciTech Festival happens this February and March with nearly one thousand events for adults and kids across the state.
My favorite book festival happens this year from March 14-15, on the University of Arizona campus. Besides the activities for families, your voraci…
Check out these award winning books at Pima County Public Library. The American Library Association youth media awards were given out in Chi…
Have a business or nonprofit? Thinking about it? Don't miss these programs at the Tucson Festival of Books on March 14-15.
A three-part series on everything you need to know to get started with your business idea. You can attend just one, or all three.
These are all books on how businesses can do well by doing good. A revision of a list created in 2013 for the Catalyst Cafe.
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As an entrepreneur starting a new business, you might wonder if there are grants to help offset some of the costs you're incurring. Unfortunately a…
What does it take to start a business? Here are all the steps, grouped into 5 stages.
"The Unwanteds" has been described as "Hunger Games Meets Harry Potter." Chat with author Lisa McMann at the Tucson Festival of Books.
I don't often laugh out loud when I'm reading, but I couldn't help myself with this funny and inspiring story. In journal form, the reader gets to …
This coming March 14-15 marks the 7th annual Tucson Festival of Books which has quickly become one of the premier book festivals in the country.
Are you a teen looking for a job and work experience? The Pima County One-Stop can help you get where you want to go. Apply online today!
Join YALSA's 2015 Hub Reading challenge and see if you can read 25 of their award winning Teen titles by June 21st! We've got a few of their…
Documentaries, animated shorts, and mainstream movies make up this eclectic list of new arrivals in PCPL's streaming video collection.
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Intrigued? Visit our Digital Media page in "Research & Learn" to give IndieFlix a try. They're up to 6,882 titles and growing!
Research genealogy and obituaries with our online resources, including Ancestry and more.
First of all I want to make it clear that I do not own any glow sticks.
Second, while I will admit that Freegal is a haphazard source of music, …
Access our premier collection of online PBS videos featuring science, history, culture, current events, and much more right here.
Review the County plan to promote economic development, job growth and rising income. Comments will be accepted through March 20,
The Pima Library Foundation event with Hampton Sides, author of In the Kingdom of Ice, is Mar. 12. For details, visit the website.
Sign up for classes including traffic skills, child/parent bike safety, bike mechanics, and get-back-on-your-bike. Free helmets and more!
To think I almost did not go to last night's concert because it was at The Fox Theater and I was concerned that dancing would be strictly prohi…
U.N. Special Envoy for Climate Change Mary Robinson presents, "Everybody Matters: Climate Change and Human Rights," Mar. 12 at the UA.