Volume 03 |March 22, 2021
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Book Sale Starts TODAY!
The Friends of the Library’s Annual Book Sale will be held today thru the 26th in the Main Library’s Community Room. There is a large selection of books, audio books, DVDs & CDs to choose from! Monday thru Thursday 10AM-4PM, Friday 9AM-3PM. Friday will be $5 Bag Day, the Friends will provide the bag! Join the Friends organization at the sale and receive a FREE book! Masks are required in all City facilities; social distancing will be maintained.
Shop early for the best selection!
Just for Kids
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Dr. Seuss Reading Challenge
This is the last week for the reading challenge! Kids can read their favorite books to win some fun stickers, a bookmark, and a Dr. Seuss magnet craft! Stop by the Main Library or Vista Grande Library to pick up a copy of the Seuss Reading Challenge.

Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt! 
Beginning on Monday, March 29th, stop by the Main Library or Vista Grande Library to pick up your scavenger hunt clues and search for the hidden Easter eggs throughout the library. Once you have completed your clue sheet bring it to the front desk to pick up a pair of cute bunny ears to make at home! 

Community Blood Drive
The City of Casa Grande Employee Wellness Committee is hosting a community blood drive Tuesday, March 30th from 10 am to 2 pm. While donating you will learn your antibody status, you may have the antibodies to help patients battling COVID-19. Advance appointments are encouraged to help maintain social distancing. To make an appointment, call 877-258-4825 or visit BloodHero.com . All donors must bring and wear a mask or cloth-based face covering.
Virtual Beatles' Lecture with Vinnie Bruno
Join us Monday, March 29th from 2 to 4 PM for a Free Virtual Zoom Lecture about the making of The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album. Mr. Vinnie Bruno will follow in the footsteps of the Beatles as they embark on the creation of their 8th studio album – “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band." We will explore the genesis of how the songs were written, their influences, recording and production techniques and the iconic cover art. In addition, we will discuss its legacy that not only defined the counterculture of a generation but whose musical landscape continues to influence contemporary society. Participants will need a computer with audio for this event. Program is FREE; registration is required at https://pcld.libnet.info/base/event/4935286