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January 28th, 2018

Tucson Sky & Beyond

This is our "classic" night sky show, but not like you remember it!
January 1st, 1970

Touring the Solar System

Zoom away from planet Earth and take a guided tour through the Solar System!
January 28th, 2018

SkyNights StarGazing Program

An awe-inspiring opportunity to explore the night skies from the summit of Mt. Lemmon uses Arizona's LARGEST dedicated public telescope. 
January 28th, 2018

Talk – ‘The Statues Walked: Solving the Mystery of Easter Island’

UA Honors College Dean Terry Hunt presents research on one of the oldest and most remote locations and cultures in the world. Hunt's scholarship in the Eastern Pacific extends more than 40 years and has helped completely re-write the narrative for the history of the Eastern Pacific and Polynesia.
January 28th, 2018

New to Arizona

Are you new to Arizona?
January 28th, 2018

Ride to the Clay Mine!

Saddle up for adventure as we ride out to explore the Clay Mine!
January 28th, 2018

Sierra Vista Environmental Operations Park Bird Walk

The Sierra Vista Environmental Operations Park (EOP), also known as the Sierra Vista Wastewater Wetlands, has been opened to public tours on Sunday mornings at 8:00 am.
January 28th, 2018

Liberty Wildlife OPEN

You can take self guided tours through our eco-friendly building, interactive learning lab and our interpretive trail where you will find many birds of prey.
January 28th, 2018

Teddy Bear Clinic

Is your favorite fluffy friend looking a little … stuffy?
January 28th, 2018

Breakfast with the Animals (Ages 2-5): Gentle Giant Giraffes

Have you learned what a giraffe wants for breakfast?  Have you watched an otter wake up in the morning?  Have you fed a giant tortoise breakfast?  Join us for Early Childhood Animal Breakfasts and YOU CAN! 
January 28th, 2018

South Mountain 101

Rotating specialists from the South Mountain community offer an array of learning opportunities with something new each week.
January 28th, 2018

Bee Talks

Entomologist and horticulturist Dayna Cooper informs guests on the important topics surrounding bees.
January 28th, 2018

Live & (sort of) On The Loose

A Look at Venomous Reptiles of the Southwest
January 28th, 2018

Family Brain Boost

Join our education team and jump-start your brain with fun, interactive science activity!
January 28th, 2018

Intro to Shopbot

In this class, guests will learn the basics of using a 5' by 10' Shopbot CNC Router.
January 28th, 2018

Lunch with a Keeper: African Carnivore Keepers

Have you ever wondered what a day in the life of a zookeeper might be like?
January 28th, 2018

Science Sunday

Join us for a STEM program each Sunday. 
January 28th, 2018

Coder Dojo

What do video games, robots and self-driving cars have in common? Code!
January 28th, 2018

Little Bytes

Think your kids are too young to learn to code? Think again!
January 28th, 2018

Square-Foot Gardening

Square-foot gardening uses intensive planting methods to grow edible plants in a small area.
January 28th, 2018

Tour: Museum Highlights

Visit each exhibit gallery throughout the Museum for an introduction to the Colorado Plateau.
February 7th, 2018

GreenBiz18: Lowering Your Fleet’s Footprint with Renewable Natural Gas

Renewable natural gas (RNG) can be an important alternative to diesel and gasoline for companies looking to lower their carbon footprint and contribute to a healthier environment.
February 7th, 2018

GreenBiz18: GreenBiz Guru Lunch: The B Corp Movement – Tools for Embedding Purpose into Your Organization

There are now over 2,300 Certified B Corps and more than 5,000 benefit corporations around the world.
February 8th, 2018

3D Modeling for Beginners

Learn how to design your own 3D printed masterpiece!
February 14th, 2018

Coder Dojo

What do video games, robots and self-driving cars have in common? Code!
February 17th, 2018

Master Gardener Presentation: Insects in Our Gardens

Many insects are present in our gardens and most are beneficial or cause minimal damage to plants.
February 21st, 2018

Build-n’- Play

This program encourages creativity through building activities with various blocks, connecting toys and more.
February 22nd, 2018

Public Health Nurse Visit

A Public Health Nurse from the Pima County Health Department will be available to assist library customers with their health questions.
March 7th, 2018

Master Gardeners: Container Gardening

See how gardening in raised beds or other containers saves water, keeps away critters, and minimizes strain on your knees and back.
March 10th, 2018

Y-Science for All!

Families are invited to experience STEM fun and games during this FREE community event at the various YMCA locations valleywide!
March 13th, 2018

Block Party

Let's play with LEGO and DUPLO bricks!
April 16th, 2018

How Things Grow Storytime

Spring has sprung!
April 20th, 2018

Minecraft

Play Minecraft for free at the library!
April 28th, 2018

LEGO / Duplo Club

Imagination and creativity encouraged!
May 4th, 2018

Science With A Twist: Trek, Wars and Who II

May the 4th be with us, as we go to a galaxy far far way at this Science With A Twist happening on May's First Friday.  
June 19th, 2018

Science in Music at Kingman Library

Explore Boomwhackers, learn about the science of pitch and develop a musical ear