Sensory friendly films and Lego Club for children with autism and special needs.
So take advantage of all the programs, services available.
Eight Pima County libraries are ending their Sunday hours before the end of the month.
Here's a roundup of story-time events to take the kids to this week.
Finalists from the Living River of Words Youth Art and Poetry Contest will have their work on display in a traveling exhibit that will visit may of Pima County's libraries and other locations throughout this year.
With competition from televisions, tablets and video games, books are often overlooked by kids — even those who are excellent readers — as a way to entertain themselves.
In honor of Love of Reading Week, kids who visit a public library — there are 27 to choose from — can pick up a free, brand new book to take home and keep.
Love of Reading can be discovered at any time.
Headshot of Dawn Gardner a Pima County Librarian II taken downtown on November 21, 2013.
Karyn Prechtel, Pima County Deputy Library Director, taken downtown on November 21, 2013.
Pima County's main library is closed until a broken heater is repaired.
The Joel D. Valdez Main Library is closed until the heater is fixed.
It will be closed for two months starting Jan. 10.
If your kids need a little extra help with their homework, they can get it for free through Pima County Public Library.
The Pima County Public Library was one of the first in the country with a LGBT committee.
Interactive presentations and giveaways are included in this free event.
Doing fun stuff doesn't have to break the bank.
Our monthly series about what’s happening at the Pima County Public Library.
Woods Memorial Library, 3455 N. First Ave., will have free healthy snacks for school age kids from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. August 27 through the rest of the school year.
If you or somebody need training to work in the high tech industries, you can get help enrolling in preparatory skills courses or certificate training programs through Pima County One Stop Career Center.