Santa Rosa Branch Library

Regularly Scheduled Events

Drop-in Job Help

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English Language Classes / Clases de InglÚs

Tuesday/martes & Thursday/jueves, 5-6:30pm

Public Health Nurse Visit

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Upcoming Events

Drop-in Job Help

Tuesday, July 29th, 10:15am - 12pm

Applying for Food Assistance Help (SNAP)

Thursday, July 31st, 1pm - 4pm

Drop-in Job Help

Tuesday, August 5th, 10:15am - 12pm

Public Health Nurse Visit

Thursday, August 7th, 2pm - 4pm

Applying for Food Assistance Help (SNAP)

Thursday, August 7th, 1pm - 4pm

Drop-in Job Help

Tuesday, August 12th, 10:15am - 12pm

Applying for Food Assistance Help (SNAP)

Thursday, August 14th, 1pm - 4pm

Drop-in Job Help

Tuesday, August 19th, 10:15am - 12pm

Contact This Branch

1075 S. 10th Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85701
(520) 594-5260

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Bus Route: 7, 16

Branch Manager, Susan Husband, 520.594.5264

Branch Hours

Mon Closed
Tues 9am-7pm
Wed 9am-6pm
Thu 9am-7pm
Fri 10am-5pm
Sat 9am-5pm
Sun Closed

More about this branch
Meeting rooms, computers, history, and more.

What's Happening at Santa Rosa Branch?

Hours Change at Santa Rosa Library

Hours Change at Santa Rosa Library

The hours change, effective on Monday, July 28, allows the library to be open on Monday evenings.

IndieFlix is Here!

IndieFlix is Here!

Film lovers, have we got a streaming service for you? You bet! IndieFlix is the newest addition to Pima County Public Library's digital lineup.

The Santa Rosa Library is an Urban Libraries Council Top Innovator

The Santa Rosa Library is an Urban Libraries Council Top Innovator

The Urban Libraries Council (ULC) recently announced the Santa Rosa Library as one of its 2014 Top Innovators for the library's community focused Snacks Program.

YALSA's Top Ten PIcks

YALSA's Top Ten PIcks

What's good to read? Find out right here with the results of the YALSA Top Ten teen favorites.

Our Neighborhood/Nuestro Barrio Photo Exhibit

Our Neighborhood/Nuestro Barrio Photo Exhibit

Eighteen photos selected by neighborhood residents make up this photo exhibit of a Tucson past.

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