Summertime in Tucson: Beat the heat with a cool read!

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A message from our Friends (of the Library, that is)! You're invited to celebrate Summer Reading with the Friends of the Pima County Public Library at our Mini Community Book Sale May 27–29! Adventures await in our incredible selection! Young book lovers will be captivated by bright board books, while beginning readers will discover new […]

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Logo Design, Healthcare, & Cash Flow: Timely Free Webinars from SCORE

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We're sharing the good news of three super-timely free small business webinars this month from our partners at SCORE. Text was shared from an email. Planning for Taxes, Healthcare, and Payroll in a Period of Uncertainty Thursday, May 11, 2017, at 10 a.m.  With a new landscape in Washington, D.C., many people are wondering what […]

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A Book Festival for Teens

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This year the Tucson Festival of Books will include a Teen Plaza with activities scheduled throughout the weekend to satisfy your literary cravings! The Teen and Author Stage will feature panels of visiting YA authors with Q&A afterwards. You'll want to stop by to see Ellen Hopkins, Alexandra Bracken and Maggie Stiefvater—to name just a few. The […]

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Check out seed screens with your library card!

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Are you ready to take the plunge into seed saving? Already saving seeds and want to clean them faster and easier? Come down to the Main Library and check out our seed screens. Screens check out for free for three weeks just like a book, however they are only available at the Main location, and […]

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Visit the Library at the 2017 Tucson Festival of Books

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The Tucson Festival of Books is just around the corner. Come to UA Campus the weekend of March 11-12 and join us for some book joy! As always, the Library is a proud sponsor and has a lot going on. Browse books in our catalog by Tucson Festival of Books authors. Library Tent and Nuestras […]

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Celebrating Chinese New Year 2017: The Year of the Rooster

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Chinese New Year starts on January 28th. The new Lunar Year will be the Year of the Rooster–if you were born in 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, or 2005, this is your year! "Roosters" are hardworking, resourceful, courageous, and talented. The Year of the Rooster will be a powerful one. This year, impressions count. […]

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New Citizens, at Your Library

Today our Eckstrom-Columbus Library welcomed new citizens from Chile, China, the Philippines, Tanzania, Mauritania, Ukraine, Mexico and the United Kingdom. For information on how you can become a United States citizen, drop in at one of these Immigration Questions Answered in Person events. The first one will be on Tuesday, January 24, 2017 between 4:00 and 6:00 […]

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