We love to share wonderful feel-good Library stories and this one really fits the bill! In 2015, local author and photographer Barbara Seyda won the prestigious Yale Drama Series prize for her play Celia, A Slave: 26 Characters Testify. It was the first play she'd ever written and it was chosen from among 1,478 entries […]Read More from Celia, A Slave
We're grateful to Sharon Hill for taking the time to submit this Love Letter. Last month, our colleague Sharon said farewell to her colleagues and hello to retirement. She had been with the Library for 21 years, and most recently served as the Circulation Manager at Valencia Library. She left us with a lot of […]Read More from Love Letter to My Library: Sharon Hill
The Friends of the Green Valley and Sahuarita Libraries recently awarded scholarships to four Pima County Public Library employees seeking their Masters in Library Science at the University of Arizona's School of Information. Three of the recipients—Joseph, Kelly, and Vicki—sat down to share with us what the scholarship means to them, why they value libraries, […]Read More from Investing in Future Librarians
BrainHQ by Posit Science is a new tool that all library card holders in Pima County now have access to! Just use your library card number to create an account and you can start working your way through all the exercises and games made available to you. What’s BrainHQ? BrainHQ is a website and app […]Read More from Try BrainHQ for a Healthy Brain!
We're grateful to Marge Pellegrino for taking the time to submit this Love Letter. Writer-in-Residence Gratitude The June heat in 1979 was particularly brutal for my husband Steve and me, newcomers from back east. But we passed the test of that first summer. Even driving a red VW Beetle without air-conditioning we survived. But to thrive […]Read More from Love Letter to My Library: Marge Pellegrino