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All Events at Joel D Valdez Main on January 26th (4 events)

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1/26/2013
Saturday
8:30am
Location:
Joel D Valdez Main
Categories:
Adults
Adults 50+

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Volunteer Orientation

If you're wondering how you can help, here's an opportunity to find out about a wide variety of volunteer opportunities available at the Joel D. Valdez Main Library.

Please fill out this application and bring it with you to the orientation.
Please RSVP to Karen at 520-791-4010 or Karen.Greene@pima.gov for further information needed for this orientation.

1/26/2013
Saturday
11:00am - 12:00pm
Location:
Joel D Valdez Main
Children's Meeting Room
Categories:
Kids
Storytime
Family

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Family Storytime

Family Storytime is for all ages. It is an opportunity for parents to introduce their children to reading and language in a fun way.

1/26/2013
Saturday
11:30am - 12:00pm
Location:
Joel D Valdez Main
Children's Room
Categories:
Kids
Preschool
Reading Buddies

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Read to a Dog

Children are invited to read to a Certified Therapy Dog. One of the favorite things for the dog to do is listen to children read lots of stories. Reading to a dog or other pet can help new and reluctant readers gain confidence, increase important reading skills, and develop a love of reading.

Find out more about Read to a Dog.

Thinking of adopting a pet? Learn more at Pima Animal Care Center.

1/26/2013
Saturday
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Location:
Joel D Valdez Main
Lower Level Meeting Room
Categories:
Adults
Adults 50+
Author Presentation

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The Author Talks

The Joel D. Valdez Main Library invites authors to come and talk about their books. We host a variety of exciting authors and topics. Listen, ask questions, and meet the author. The program is free and parking is free on Saturdays.

This month: Bill Broyles and Gayle Hartmann, authors of Last water on the Devil's Highway: a cultural and natural history of Tinajas Altas.

In this day and age it is hard for us to believe that Europeans visited the desert wilds of Arizona before they spied the golden beaches of California. Or that at one time the best route from Europe to California crossed the unmercifully hot sands of southwestern Arizona. But itís true. Come hear Bill Broyles and Gayle Hartmann talk about their new book Last Water on the Devilís Highway and tell why the infamous Camino del Diablo and its few natural waterholes were so important historically and still so interesting.

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