Tag: Ed Robson Library

Footnotes from the Library

SunBird Library volunteers: Dosha Davidson, Bob Smith, Howard Anderson and Shirley Jackson (back row left to right); Katherine Gibbs, Margaret Speer, Nancy Smith, Marilyn Klooster and Carole Elton (second row left to right) and Lois Anderson and Sherry Fann (front row left to right); absent was Karlene Garn and Dianne Reed.

Each library volunteer was asked to personally give her/his reason for spending work time in the library. It makes for grateful reading: Margaret Speer says it’s amazing how many different kinds of books we receive all the time. Even a smaller library has so much to offer. Our Canadian, Carole Elton, loves assisting whenever she…

Upcoming programs at Ed Robson Branch Library

Patty Dennehy, Library Paraprofessional There’s a lot going on at the Ed Robson Library in December, so mark your calendars! On Tuesday, December 8 at 1:00 p.m. Flamenco guitarist Chris Burton Jacome returns for an incredible one hour performance. Chris performed here last year to a full house. On Monday, December 14 at 2:00 p.m.…

Ed Robson Library looking for a few volunteers

The Ed Robson Library in Sun Lakes is looking for a few volunteers who are willing to help every Wednesday afternoon from 2:00-3:00 p.m. with our e-reader program. Familiarity with all e-reader devices is not required, just a willingness to learn how to download a book onto a Nook, Kindle, iPad, etc. and pass this…

Ed Robson Branch Library programs

Patty Dennehy, Library Paraprofessional November brings two great programs to the Ed Robson Library in Sun Lakes! On Thursday, November 5 at 2:00 p.m., we welcome music historian Erik Larson for “Music of WWII: Swing and More!” In honor of Veterans Day, Erik offers original recordings, trivia and lots of memories of the swing era.…

Ed Robson Library programs

Patty Dennehy Please join us at the Ed Robson Library in Sun Lakes in October for the following programs: Tuesday, October 6 at 2:00 p.m.: Music of the Native American Flute Ken Bogart plays the beautiful music of the Native American flute. Ken is the director of the Arizona Flute circle, Founding member of Tuesday’s Flute…

Frank Lloyd Wright presentation at Ed Robson Library

The Chandler History Museum presents this fascinating slice of Chandler history on Thursday, September 24 at 1:00 p.m. American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright spent time in Chandler from the late 1920s through the mid-1930s working on various projects in and around Chandler. While most of these projects never came to fruition, his vision for Chandler…