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The Sand Pigeons will take you on a colorful exploration of the musical diversity of Americana including cowboy tunes, Caribbean, rockabilly and the Beatles! A variety of instruments are demonstrated along the way.
Wednesday, April 4, at 10:30 a.m.: Mysteries of the Harpsichord*
The harpsichord is an expressive and subtle musical instrument with a unique and beautiful repertoire. Dr. Guy Whatley will demonstrate the stunning music written for the harpsichord, the astonishing techniques needed to bring it to life in the 21st century and how the harpsichord is a vibrant and living instrument today. Sponsored by Sun Lakes Friends of the Library.
Saturday, April 7, at 11:00 a.m.: You Are Where You Eat: How Dining Out Defines Arizona*
The restaurant business in Arizona brings in more than $11 billion a year. With stories, statistics and insider tidbits, former restaurant critic Howard Seftel explores the many ways that dining out reflects our evolving culture, as well as shapes it.
Tuesday, April 10, at 1:00 p.m.: Making Decisions about Community Living*
Whether you are considering Independent, Assisted or Memory Care for yourself or a loved one, making decisions about Community Living can be challenging. This program is designed to give some guidance.
Tuesday, April 17, at 9:00 a.m.: Managing Chronic Disease Meet and Greet
This Meet and Greet is for interested participants to meet the teacher and hear an introduction to the seven-week class that starts on May 1. Managing a chronic condition like diabetes, arthritis or high blood pressure can be complex and sometimes frustrating. Healthy Living (CDSMP) is a series of interactive classes designed to help you learn chronic disease self-management skills.
Friday, April 20, at 1:00 p.m.: Cut the Cord*
Are you looking to eliminate the need for cable TV and save money without losing shows you love? We’ll demonstrate several options for you, including Apple TV and the Roku streaming stick.
Saturday, April 21, at 1:00 p.m.: Chef Larry Canepa Presents FOOD the Musical
Sound has been overlooked as a factor in eating. We’ll pair music and cuisine in this fun presentation, featuring all types of music-inspired complimentary samples. Registration required. Limited to 60 people.
Monday, April 23, at 1:00 p.m.: It’s a Mystery to Me: Storytime for Grownups
Do you love to know “whodunit”?? Join us for this grownup storytime, featuring a mystery short story or two. Feel free to bring a lunch or snack and enjoy being read to!
Tuesday, April 24, at 1:00 p.m.: Create a Mini Greenhouse for Orchids
Join the Arizona Orchid Society to learn how to make a mini-greenhouse for orchid seedlings. Please bring your own empty milk or water jug to create the greenhouse. All other supplies will be provided. Registration required. Limit 35 people.
*Seating will begin 15 minutes before the program starts. Limit 100 people.
For more information, please go to mcldaz.org or call 602-652-3000.