Kirk-Bear Canyon Library is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its gorgeous and whimsical mural, "Southwestern Storytime."
Literature of The 6888th Battalion, the Six Triple Eight
By PimaLib_AngelaHMarch 28, 2022
On March 14, the House of Representatives passed legislation to award this all Black female battalion the Congressional Gold Medal.
Three Books on a Theme: Twisted Fairy Tales
By PimaLib_RecommendationsMarch 28, 2022
With most stories we’re quite familiar with, there is something intriguing about asking…what if it all played out a little differently?
Rediscovery of my Asian Self – Reflections of a Japanese American Librarian
By PimaLib_HollySMarch 22, 2022
This article, by Debbie Quakenbush, was originally published in the Arizona Daily Star on March 20, 2022.
Three Books on a Theme: It’s Funny Cause It’s True
By PimaLib_JessicaPMarch 21, 2022
Funny women are funny. Their books? Best consumed on audio.
Congratulations to Our 2022 High School Art Invitational Winning Classrooms!
By PimaLib_TeensMarch 15, 2022
In March every year since 1994, Pima County Public Library exhibits artwork from local youth artists at the Joel Valdez Main Library. The High School Art Invita
Three Books on a Theme: Hades and Persephone
By PimaLib_JessicaPMarch 14, 2022
These three books are all interesting reimaginings of the story of Hades and Persephone.
Call now to register for FREE citizenship classes
By PimaLib_BlogMarch 14, 2022
Pima College Adult Basic Education is offering free online citizenship classes. Call 520-206-3737 to register.
Now Sowing: Anise (March–May)
By PimaLib_SeedLibraryMarch 7, 2022
Plant and grow anise in your garden! Then grind the seeds for your spice collection.
Apply now for Pima County’s Summer Youth Program
By PimaLib_TeensMarch 7, 2022
The Pima County Summer Youth Program is accepting applications for its 2022 sessions, which begins June 3 at county facilities and private businesses.
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