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Events & Schedule

January 18
Group tour scheduled. No walk-in tours at that time.

January 20
Library reserved 10-12. Closed to others. Limited library services in main building.

January 21
Tucson Stamp Club. 12:00 bourse; 1:00 meeting and program (Arizona topicals clothesline. If you have any, bring it to discuss).

January 25
Library reserved 10-12. Closed to others. Limited library services in main building.

January 28
Board of Directors meets in Slusser Library.

January 31
Library reserved 10-12. Closed to others. Limited library services in main building.

February 4
Tucson Stamp Club meets in Slusser Library.12:00 bourse; 1:00 meeting and program.

February 11
Tucson Civil War Roundtable meets in the Slusser Library 11:30.

February 12
Tucson Postcard Exchange meets in the Slusser Library 12:45.

February 18
Tucson Stamp Club meets in Slusser Library.12:00 bourse; 1:00 meeting and program.

February 20
Library reserved 10-12. Closed to others. Limited library services in main building.

February 24
Library reserved ALL DAY. Closed to others. Limited library services in main building.

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Penmanship and Postage Stamps

John Hancock-1Kids can "put their John Hancock" on our new lesson, "Writing the Declaration of Independence," which emphasizes the art of writing in script while learning about the epitome of cursive writers, America's Founding Fathers. This lesson includes eleven postage stamps featuring the writers of the Declaration of Independence and other leaders durnig the American Revolution. Please see our lesson page for ordering instructions.

The Youth Education Through Stamps (YES!) program director created this lesson partially in connection with the Campaign for Cursive®, sponsored by the American Handwriting Analysis Foundation.  For more information on cursive writing and the campaign, please see http://www.campaignforcursive.com/

Surplus Books For Sale At Amazon Marketplace

3190nAnnouncing our new Amazon Marketplace store! Our surplus book list is migrating to Amazon.com in order to reach more people. You will still find some books on our library sales pages here at this website, but books are now only being listed through Amazon and the website pages will be phased out. 

You can still stop by and see our inventory in person. International shipping is available, but only with direct contact with the librarian (not through Amazon). Come visit our Amazon Marketplace store front by clicking on the Personal Computers stamp.

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