Why Arizona Dark Skies Matter with Matthew Goodwin

Pima County Public Library - Oro Valley Library Branch 1305 W. Naranja Drive, Oro Valley, Arizona

Flagstaff, Arizona was the world’s first community designated an International Dark Sky Place for its active efforts reduce light pollution and protect the visibility of the night sky. There are […]


2023 Arizona English Teachers Association Conference

The University of Arizona AZ, United States

Cultivating Spaces of Healing and Joy through English Language Arts - 2023 Annual Conference Register Here Keynote Speaker - Dr. Jamila Lyiscott This year, we are honored to have Dr. […]


LGBT+: A History in Arizona with Marshall Shore

Central Arizona College 8470 N. Overfield Rd, Coolidge, AZ, United States

Arizona’s history of the LGBT+ community begins long before Arizona was a state with the Native American belief of two-spirits, continuing on through to the seismic shift of Civil Union/ […]


2023 Hands-On Humanities Awards Celebration

AZ, United States

Since the inaugural awards in 1990, Arizona Humanities has recognized individuals who advance the humanities in Arizona through their scholarship, leadership, support, and advocacy. Our theme, "Hands-On Humanities," refers to […]

Dia de los Muertos Storytelling with Zarco Guerrero

Mesa Public Libraries - Main Branch - Saguaro Room --- 64 E. 1st St., Mesa, AZ, 85201 64 E. 1st Street, Mesa, AZ, United States

Dia de Los Muertos is a highly celebrated and significant holiday held throughout Mexico, Latin America and the Southwest. It is a day when homage is paid with prayers, offerings […]


Arizona Goes to the Movies: A Filmmaking History with Jim Turner

Civic Center Library 3839 North Drinkwater Boulevard , Scottsdale, AZ, United States

From Douglas Fairbanks filming in Nogales in 1917 to “How the West Was Won” statewide in 1963, the state of Arizona has always been a photogenic favorite for movie producers. […]


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