Yearly Archives: 2011

Thank you, Adrian!

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cholla bud harvest

On Saturday, April 30, ethnobotanist Martha Ames Burgess taught us how to collect and prepare cholla buds. This program was offered in conjunction with Key Ingredients, a traveling exhibition of the Smithsonian Institution that was hosted by the Oracle Historical

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Three Cups of Tea . . . or only two?

Our book club selection for this month, Three Cups of Tea, by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin, has come under scrutiny as he is accused of making false claims in the book. Find out more about it and tell us

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Beads–Saturday at 11:00!

Join us Saturday, April 23, at 11:00 for fun with beads. Think SPRING–with beaded flowers and lots of fun. Crafters of all ages are welcome.

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Author talk–Onofre Tafoya

Join us Saturday, April 16, at 2:00 p.m. for a FREE presentation by local author Onofre Tafoya. Tafoya worked 38 years in the San Manuel Mine and is the author of two books on the subject. His first book, Mother

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In the Poet’s Circle

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April is National Poetry Month!

Join us in celebrating National Poetry Month! Step into the Poet’s Circle anytime during the month of April to read or recite your favorite poem. Receive a free gift (and our undying admiration). On Saturday, April 9, we’ll host a

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Mary Melcher Food Talk–Saturday, April 2

Saturday, April 2, 2011 2:00 pm FREE! Mammoth Public Library in conjunction with the Oracle Historical Society, Mammoth Historical Society, Arizona Humanities Council, and the Smithsonian Institution is proud to present a talk by Mary Melcher about what Arizonans ate

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20 Chickens for a Saddle

Our book club selection for March is Twenty Chickens for a Saddle. Sound interesting? Here’s a short blurb from the Pinal County Book Club blog: When Robyn Scott’s parents decide to uproot their young family from New Zealand and move

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February Book Club

There is still time to join us in reading Crocodile on the Sandbank by Elizabeth Peters. We have just received additional copies of the title so stop by and get yours as soon as you have a chance. We’ll be

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