Beyond Books
The Library's Giving Newsletter
SEPTEMBER 2019 - THE IMPACT ISSUE
Your gift to Sedona Public Library is always a wise investment.
With Your Support
We're Powering Community Connections
With funding from the Langston Family Foundation and the Arizona Community Foundation, we were able to outfit the Library with power! We purchased two charging tables and two power towers, compatible for Mac and PC devices, all with USB ports and cables, and standard 110 outlets. These charging stations are perfect for individuals who need to work on their own, small groups that need to meet, or they're great for visitors and tourists who need to charge devices. Come on in and power up!
With Your Support
We've Started a New Series
Please join us as we launch a new series. From September 2019 through May 2020, we will host exciting author readings, book signings, craft events, and more. This series celebrates the stewardship of our environment and preservation of this beautiful landscape we call home. Authors include Mike Koopsen, Roger Naylor, Pam Houston, Mary Alice Monroe, and many more. Click the link below for the full schedule. This project is supported by the Arizona State Library with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
With Your Support
StoryWalk Enters Its Second Year
StoryWalk is one of the Library's star programs. With funding and partnership support from across the community we were able to take the Library out on the trail. Beginning this month, please visit Sunset Park for a second year of stories. We begin with a new children's story, After the Fall , by Dan Santat. This inspiring epilogue to the beloved nursery rhyme 'Humpty Dumpty' is a fun read for people of all ages. B ring your kids, bring your neighbors, bring your neighbors' kids! Get some exercise and enjoy the cooler weather as you practice literacy skills and experience another story walk!
With Your Support
Look at All We Can Do Because of You!
Thank You!
Our Mission
Sedona Public Library enriches lives by fostering lifelong learning and by ensuring that every member of the community and visitors have access to engaging ideas, information services, and cultural and civic activities.