History of Pima County Public Library

Carnegie Library, front view, circa 1905

For more than 100 years, Pima County Public Library has been here for people just like you. Today, in our libraries, online, or out in the community, our dedicated staff and volunteers are here to help you find what you're looking for. Every day we're making our mission a reality by educating, connecting, and inspiring people. Headquartered in […]

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Tucson Museum of Art Research Library

Tucson Museum of Art Education Center

Did you know the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block has a research library available to the public? It's just a few blocks away from our Joel D. Valdez Main Library. The Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block's Research Library opened in 1974 and includes a non-circulating (books can't be borrowed) collection dedicated to […]

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Special Edition Love Letter to My Library

For this month's Love Letter to My Library, we're featuring an assortment of Kind Notes we received from our friends at Ben's Bells. We're grateful to the people who took the time to write one! Here are just some of the kind things they shared: I love the Culture Pass program! Have you checked out a […]

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Boost your Computer Skills with DigitalLearn!

screenshot of a digitallearn tutorial featuring the instruction avatar and a picture of servers.

Do you want to connect more with your friends and family on Facebook, but you have no idea really what it is or how you use it? Did you just get a Mac computer after years of only using PCs? Do you want to learn more about online scams and internet privacy? Do you have […]

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The Kind of Nostalgia that IndieFlix Brings

still from the movie The Student Prince

I was wandering through IndieFlix recently, exploring some of their new features, when I came across the old film poster for a movie I used to watch with my grandmother. I remember how excited she was when it was released on VHS back in the mid ‘90s, as she hadn’t seen it in years. I […]

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Easy as Arugula

Arugula going to flower

Looking for an easy green to grow this spring? Like a bit of zest in your greens? Try sowing some arugula seeds this spring.

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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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