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Pima County has published a new draft of Pima Prospers, the 10-year update of the county’s Comprehensive Plan, incorporating public feedback received over the past year at 25 community meetings, from online comments at www.pimaprospers.com and during presentations to many groups and associations throughout the county.
The La Cañada/Magee Neighborhood Association, Inc, a duly registered 501(c)4 organization serving the northwest area of Pima County will hold its spring semiannual meeting on
A lot of people will walk out of a Pima County Public Library branch with far more than a book this year.
Several gatherings and tributes are planned over the next month in observance of the three-year anniversary of the Tucson shooting that left six dead and 13 injured, including former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, on Jan. 8, 2011.
Besides spending hours in the pool under the hot summer sun, Pima County encourages their children to take time during the summer to engage their minds by reading a variety of books.
The first of five open houses about Pima County’s Multi-Species Conservation Plan and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s draft assessment of that plan is Monday, Jan. 14, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Nanini Library, 7300 N. Shannon Road.
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From leasing to owning rooftop solar, to the University of Arizona continuing programs to increase the use of renewable energy, about 20 residents participated in a Solar 101 workshop last week at the Nanini Branch Library.
Thursday, Sept. 15
Sometimes, it’s the hard things in life that makes you stronger, but at the Nanini Branch Library, people in the Northwest are using rocks to find peace and strength.
As people walked into last week’s art workshop at the Nanini Branch Library, they were shown these rocks as examples of how to decorate their own personal rocks with meaningful, healing symbols or words.
Sue Maeda, on the right, and Tammy Liguori, on the left, begin working on their healing rocks during a workshop held at the Nanini Branch Library last week.
Thursday, July 28
Thursday, July 21
Youth summer programs are offered by some Tucson schools, businesses and institutions. Check websites for more information, or call for programs and schedules offered.