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Welcome back to in-person programs!

Saturday, January 01, 2022
All Locations

Phoenix Public Library looks forward to welcoming attendees at our in-person programs. The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone age 2 and older visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the Desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding.


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Escape from Burton Barr Virtual Escape Room

Friday, December 30, 2022
Online Programming
After falling asleep in the library, you wake up to find yourself trapped!  Can you explore and solve the mysteries of Burton Barr Central Library in an hour?  Time to find out!  

To escape from the library, click the link below!
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Escape from Starship Cesar Chavez! Virtual Escape Room

Friday, December 30, 2022
Online Programming
​As captain of the SS Cesar Chavez, can you save your cargo and escape the grasp of a sneaky stowaway? Click the link below to find out! 
​This is a virtual escape room 
experience that is open to all ages. Children under 7 may want to play with their favorite grown up.
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StoryWalk® at Cesar Chavez Park

Friday, December 31, 2021
Cesar Chavez Library
Share a reading adventure on the new StoryWalk®at Cesar Chavez Park in Laveen. 
Stroll around the lake and enjoy a story with your family. 
The featured book is Señorita Mariposa by Ben Gundersheimer. 
Your journey starts on the east side of Cesar Chavez Library!

Comparta una aventura de lectura en el nuevo Paseo de Cuentos (StoryWalk®) ubicado en el Parque Cesar Chavez en Laveen.
Pasea por el lago y disfruta de una historia con tu familia. 
El libro presentado es  Señorita Mariposa de la autora Ben Gundersheimer.
Su viaje comienza al lado este de la Biblioteca Cesar Chavez!
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Día de Los Muertos

Friday, November 05, 2021
Burton Barr Central Library
1st Floor Gallery

Día de Los Muertos is a Mexican holiday honoring family and friends who have passed on. The community celebrates their loved ones through art, family activities, and more. 

 

This year, the Burton Barr Central Library commemorates the Día de Los Muertos holiday with a festive and informative exhibit in the @Central Gallery.  On display are nichos (cigar box mini altars) created by staff from throughout the library system.  Visitors can post a note of remembrance on the glowing Community Altar and view posters describing the history and meaning of the celebration while surrounded by paper decorations, like papel picado banners and tissue paper marigolds. 

 

In the Children’s and Teen spaces make a craft and view displays that highlight and celebrate this festive holiday tradition! 

 

Visit the Arizona Room to view selected books, artifacts, and nichos specific to the topic and Arizona’s history! 

 

Search for clues that will lead to the various Día de Los Muertos displays to complete a scavenger hunt and collect a prize on the 5th floor! 

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El Día de Los Muertos es una fiesta mexicana en honor a familiares y amigos que han fallecido. La comunidad celebra a sus seres queridos a través del arte, actividades familiares y más.


Este año, la Biblioteca Central Burton Barr conmemora la festividad del Día de Los Muertos con una exhibición festiva e informativa en la @Central Gallery. Se exhiben nichos (mini altares de caja de puros) creados por el personal de todo el sistema de la biblioteca. Los visitantes pueden publicar una nota de recuerdo en el resplandeciente Altar de la Comunidad y ver carteles que describen la historia y el significado de la celebración mientras están rodeados de decoraciones de papel, como pancartas de papel picado y caléndulas de papel de seda.

¡En los espacios para niños y adolescentes, haga una manualidad y vea exhibiciones que resalten y celebren esta tradición festiva!

¡Visite la Sala de Arizona para ver libros, artefactos y nichos específicos sobre el tema y la historia de Arizona!

¡Busque pistas que lo llevarán a las diversas exhibiciones del Día de Los Muertos para completar una búsqueda del tesoro y recolectar un premio en el quinto piso!

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Family Storytime at Desert Broom

9:15 AM - 9:45 AM
Desert Broom Library
Meeting Room

The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone age 2 and older visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the Desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding. 

Who’s it for? Children, birth to age five, and their favorite grownups 

What will you do? Play, read, sing, and dance with your children in a fun, active program that builds reading skills. 

What is your child learning? Children who love books and stories become better readers. 


Tickets will be given out at the desk 15 minutes before the program starts. This program is limited to 4 families.


Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirst.org. #pplstorytime #familystorytime  

 

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BabyTime at Cesar Chavez Library

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Cesar Chavez Library
Meeting Room

The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone age 2 and older visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the Desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding. 

 

Who’s it for? Babies up to two years old and their favorite grownups 

What will you do? Play, sing, and read with your baby in a warm and nurturing program.  

What will your baby learn? Growing brains need to hear lots of language! Your baby will learn to recognize the small sounds and patterns in language and add new words. Babies and their favorite adults will also build social skills as they learn and play with other families with young children.  


Tickets will be distributed 30 minutes before the program begins. 


Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirst.org           #pplstorytime #babytime 

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Music & Movement at South Mountain Community Library

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
South Mountain Community

The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone age 2 and older visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the service desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding. 

 

Who’s it for? Wiggle worms, birth to age six, and their favorite grownups 

What will you do? Some people learn better when they are moving. If that sounds like your child, this is the storytime for you! Sing, dance and MOVE in this fun, active program that builds reading skills. 

What is your child learning? Children who love books and stories become better readers.  


We have space for 5 families for each storytime session. Tickets are available 30 minutes prior to the session at the service desk. 

 

Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirst.org       #pplstorytime #musicandmovement 

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ToddlerTime at Juniper Library

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Juniper Library
Meeting Room

The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone age 2 and older visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the Desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding. 


Who’s it for? Toddlers ages 24-36 months and their favorite grownups 

What will you do? Toddlers like to GO, GO, GO, so bring them to the storytime that’s fast and fun. ToddlerTime has stories, songs and games that help beginning talkers.  

What will your toddler learn? Toddlers are learning new words every day! Help them build their vocabulary with stories, songs and rhymes. Your toddler also will learn to take turns, play with others, and communicate with adults and other children as they take part in this interactive program.


Tickets for Storytime will be first come first served and handed out a half hour before the start of a program.  Seating is limited, and we ask that each family bring no more than two grownups.


Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirst.org                        #pplstorytime #toddlertime 

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ToddlerTime at Yucca Library

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Yucca Library
Meeting Room

The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone age 2 and older visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the Desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding. 


Tickets will be given out at the desk 30 minutes before the program starts. 


Who’s it for? Toddlers ages 24-36 months and their favorite grownups 

What will you do? Toddlers like to GO, GO, GO, so bring them to the storytime that’s fast and fun. ToddlerTime has stories, songs and games that help beginning talkers.  

What will your toddler learn? Toddlers are learning new words every day! Help them build their vocabulary with stories, songs and rhymes. Your toddler also will learn to take turns, play with others, and communicate with adults and other children as they take part in this interactive program. 

 

Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirst.org 


#pplstorytime #toddlertime 

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Family Storytime at Desert Broom

10:15 AM - 10:45 AM
Desert Broom Library
Meeting Room

The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone age 2 and older visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the Desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding. 


Who’s it for? Children, birth to age five, and their favorite grownups 

What will you do? Play, read, sing, and dance with your children in a fun, active program that builds reading skills. 

What is your child learning? Children who love books and stories become better readers. 


Tickets will be given out at the desk 15 minutes before the program starts. This program is limited to 4 families.


Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirst.org. #pplstorytime #familystorytime  

 

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1,2,3 Vamos a Platicar en Línea

10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Online Programming

Detalles del Evento


El programa de 1,2,3 Vamos a Platicar es un taller de 10 semanas para padres/cuidadores de bebes entre la fecha de nacimiento y 32 meses.  Utilizará el Podómetro LENA Talk y los consejos de conversación para impactar directamente el crecimiento en el cerebro en su bebe.


Para obtener más información, vea este vídeo: Lo que dicen las familias de LENA StartPor favor tenga en cuenta que nuestras clases se reunirán virtualmente. No se proporcionará cuidado de niños. 


Clases


Cada semana usted:

  • Aprenderá acerca de cómo conversar a través de un video corto.
  • Asista a una sesión de grupo en línea en vivo para discutir sobre cómo usar la ciencia y las estrategias presentadas.
  • Usar un podómetro de conversación LENA un día a la semana para contar las palabras que su bebe escucha.  

Inscripción

Las clases son solo para adultos y se reunirán una vez a la semana durante 10 semanas. Inscripción es requerida e inscribiéndose usted se compromete a asistir las 10 semanas de la serie. Complete las preguntas de inscripción en esta página y le enviaremos un correo electrónico para completar el proceso de inscripción. 


Entrega y Asignación del Material

Durante este programa regresará su podómetro de charla LENA una vez a la semana en una Biblioteca Pública de Phoenix participante. Asimismo, al entregar el podómetro de conversación LENA, recibirá uno en blanco para usar durante la siguiente semana. ¡También recibirá un libro gratuito! 


La subvención de First Things First brinda apoyo a los programas de alfabetización temprana. First Things First acompaña a las familias y a las comunidades para darles a todos los niños de Arizona la oportunidad de llegar al kindergarten en buenas condiciones de salud y listos para el éxito. Para más información, ingrese a FirstThingsFirst.org 

 

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BabyTime at Acacia Library

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Acacia Library
Acacia Meeting Room

The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone age 2 and older visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the Desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding. 

 

Who’s it for? Babies up to two years old and their favorite grownups 

What will you do? Play, sing, and read with your baby in a warm and nurturing program.  

What will your baby learn? Growing brains need to hear lots of language! Your baby will learn to recognize the small sounds and patterns in language and add new words. Babies and their favorite adults will also build social skills as they learn and play with other families with young children. 


Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirst.org       #pplstorytime #babytime 

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BabyTime at Ironwood Library

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Ironwood Library
Meeting Room

The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone over the age of 2 visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the Desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding. 

 

Who’s it for? Babies up to two years old and their favorite grownups 

What will you do? Play, sing, and read with your baby in a warm and nurturing program.  

What will your baby learn? Growing brains need to hear lots of language! Your baby will learn to recognize the small sounds and patterns in language and add new words. Babies and their favorite adults will also build social skills as they learn and play with other families with young children.  

Free tickets are required and available 30 minutes before program start time at the Information Desk.

 #pplstorytime #babytime 

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Family Storytime at Cesar Chavez Library

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Cesar Chavez Library
Meeting Room

The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone age 2 and older visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the Desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding. 

 

Who’s it for? Children, birth to age five, and their favorite grownups 

What will you do? Play, read, sing, and dance with your children in a fun, active program that builds reading skills. 

What is your child learning? Children who love books and stories become better readers. 

 

Tickets will be distributed 30 minutes before the program begins. 


Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirst.org       #pplstorytime #familystorytime  

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Kindergarten Bootcamp at Agave Library

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Agave Library
Meeting Room

The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone age 2 and older visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the Desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding. 

 

Is your child entering kindergarten in Fall 2022? If so, join a Kindergarten Bootcamp! This interactive series meets once a week for 7 weeks and gives families a taste of kindergarten. Parents and children learn together the social, academic, and classroom skills needed for school success. Receive free tools and activities each week leading up to Bootcamp graduation. 


Registration is required and by registering you agree to attend all 7 weeks. This series meets on the following dates: September 14, 21, 28 and October 5, 12, 19, and 26. 


This program is only for children entering kindergarten in Fall 2022. Not entering kindergarten in Fall 2022Check out Tools for School , our school readiness program for 3-5 year olds and their grown-ups.. 


Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirst.org  

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ToddlerTime at Juniper Library

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Juniper Library
Meeting Room

The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone age 2 and older visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the Desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding. 


Who’s it for? Toddlers ages 24-36 months and their favorite grownups 

What will you do? Toddlers like to GO, GO, GO, so bring them to the storytime that’s fast and fun. ToddlerTime has stories, songs and games that help beginning talkers.  

What will your toddler learn? Toddlers are learning new words every day! Help them build their vocabulary with stories, songs and rhymes. Your toddler also will learn to take turns, play with others, and communicate with adults and other children as they take part in this interactive program. 

 

Tickets for Storytime will be first come first served and handed out a half hour before the start of a program.  Seating is limited, and we ask that each family bring no more than two grownups.


Support for early literacy programs is provided by a grant from First Things First, which partners with families and communities to give all Arizona children the opportunity to arrive at kindergarten healthy and ready to succeed. Learn more at FirstThingsFirst.org                        #pplstorytime #toddlertime 


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Virtual One-on-One Job Assistance

12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
Online Programming
Need to learn new ways to search for the job you want? Trying to update your resume to showcase your skills and experience? Nervous about an upcoming interview? Register now to work with us to learn tips to improve your confidence, polish your resume and job applications, and learn how to find a job in an increasingly digital world.

PHXWorks, together with the Ocotillo Library and Workforce Literacy Center, is offering One on One virtual job assistance, covering all areas of the job-hunting process. Let us know what you need help with, and we will work with you to create a stunning resume, find potential job openings, prepare for an interview and more. 

Our One on One Job Assistance will be held via computer, using Microsoft Teams, to allow for screen sharing and discussion – or else via a phone call if Teams is not an option for you. You’ll be contacted prior to your registered event, so please have digital copies of your documents ready to submit through email prior to your One on One session, if you have them available. Library computers may be accessed during open library hours with your free Phoenix Public Library card to create or edit these digital documents in preparation for your session.

Please note that registration for One-on-One Sessions will close 24 hours before the appointment, to allow time to send the contact information and related documents.
 
#PHXWorks #Ocotillo 
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RX Matters

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Online Programming

Medications are helping people live longer and can improve a person’s quality of life, but medications need to be used safely. Join us as we learn the risks associated with medication, the questions you should ask your physician and pharmacist, and the proper ways to store and dispose of medications. 


Registration is required, the link to the program will be sent to you in a confirmation email and you will receive a reminder email the day before the program. Don't see the email? Check your spam folder.  

 

New to Webex Meetings?    

All you need to connect is a computer, smartphone, or tablet.  You don’t need a webcam or microphone to participate. If you don’t have a device, you can connect to the meeting’s audio only with a phone call.  

For more information about installing Webex for free visit:   https://www.webex.com/downloads.html   

This guide will help you get started with Webex:   

 

#Health and Wellness
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Big Bytes

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Online Programming
Are you ready to code to the next level after Little Bytes?  Join MACH1 and CodePHX for this 1 hour, 8-week program for children ages 7 - 9 that introduces them to Scratch Blocks Code.  You’ll learn basic coding concepts and use those tools to create simple projects in Scratch.  Join us as we cover programming fundamentals such as variables, events, loops, and logic.

  • After registering you will receive a survey with additional questions by email.  Your registration is not complete until you complete the survey.

  • This is a beginner level class for children between the ages 7-9; no prior coding experience is necessary. 

  • This program is an eight week online series.  By registering you are agreeing to attend all eight weeks.

#BigBytes #CodePHX #MACH1
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Kids Cafe

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Harmon Library
Meeting Room

Kids Café provides free meals for youth under age 18, Monday through Saturday after school while supplies last at the libraries listed below. Meals will be grab and go. Parents/caregivers do not need to bring children to receive meals, however they will be asked to provide proof of children and list each child's name and age. Each qualifying child will receive meals while daily supplies last. On Saturdays, customers may request double meals for each child if supplies allow. Meals are provided by St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance.

Kids Café ofrece comidas gratis para jóvenes menores de 18 años de lunes a sábado* después de la escuela mientras duren las reservas en las bibliotecas enumerados a continuación. Las comidas serán para llevar. Los padres /cuidadores no necesitan traer a los niños para recibir comidas, sin embargo, se les pedirá que presenten un comprobante de los niños y que indiquen el nombre y la edad del niño. Cada niño calificado recibirá comida mientras duren las existencias. Los sábado, los clientes pueden solicitar comidas dobles para cada niño si los suministros lo permiten. Las comidas son proporcionadas por St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance. 

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Kids Cafe

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Burton Barr Central Library
Children's Place Programming Room

The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone over the age of 2 visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the Desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding. 

 
La Ciudad de Phoenix sigue los lineamientos de CDC para reducir el riesgo de COVID. Todas las personas mayores de 2 años que visiten una instalación de la ciudad, incluidas las bibliotecas, deben usar mascarilla. Si necesita una mascarilla para su hijopregunte en el mostrador. El tamaño de las clases se ha reducido para cumplir con el distanciamiento físico. Gracias por su comprensión. 


Kids Café provides free meals for youth under age 18, Monday through Friday after school while supplies last at the libraries listed below. Meals will be grab and go. Parents/caregivers do not need to bring children to receive meals, however they will be asked to provide proof of children and list each child's name and age. Each qualifying child will receive meals while daily supplies last. On Fridays, customers may request double meals for each child if supplies allow. Meals are provided by St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance.


Kids Café ofrece comidas gratis para jóvenes menores de 18 años de lunes a viernes después de la escuela mientras duren las reservas en las bibliotecas enumerados a continuación. Las comidas serán para llevar. Los padres /cuidadores no necesitan traer a los niños para recibir comidas, sin embargo, se les pedirá que presenten un comprobante de los niños y que indiquen el nombre y la edad del niño. Cada niño calificado recibirá comida mientras duren las existencias. Los viernes, los clientes pueden solicitar comidas dobles para cada niño si los suministros lo permiten. Las comidas son proporcionadas por St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance.  

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Set Aside and Expungement Clinic

4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Burton Barr Central Library
College Depot Workshop Room

Join this free in-person legal clinic if you have an Arizona conviction on your record.  You may qualify to set aside your conviction and restore your civil rights. This legal process can help remove barriers to employment, housing, voting, and more.  Now also accepting applications for Proposition 207 Marijuana Expungements.

 

Presented in partnership with Community Legal Services.  Attorneys will first provide a presentation and then will offer one-on-one assistance.  Find out if you are income eligible for CLS services by calling 602-258-3434.  Or complete an application during the clinic.


Registration is required. A limited number of people will be allowed in at the same time, based on room capacity.  As a result, there may be a short wait. First come, first served. Walk ins will be allowed based on attendance and room capacity. 

The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone over the age of 2 visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the Desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding. 

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Virtual One-on-One Job Assistance

4:00 PM - 4:50 PM
Online Programming
Need to learn new ways to search for the job you want? Trying to update your resume to showcase your skills and experience? Nervous about an upcoming interview? Register now to work with us to learn tips to improve your confidence, polish your resume and job applications, and learn how to find a job in an increasingly digital world.

PHXWorks, together with the Ocotillo Library and Workforce Literacy Center, is offering One on One virtual job assistance, covering all areas of the job-hunting process. Let us know what you need help with, and we will work with you to create a stunning resume, find potential job openings, prepare for an interview and more. 

Our One on One Job Assistance will be held via computer, using Microsoft Teams, to allow for screen sharing and discussion – or else via a phone call if Teams is not an option for you. You’ll be contacted prior to your registered event, so please have digital copies of your documents ready to submit through email prior to your One on One session, if you have them available. Library computers may be accessed during open library hours with your free Phoenix Public Library card to create or edit these digital documents in preparation for your session.

Please note that registration for One-on-One Sessions will close 24 hours before the appointment, to allow time to send the contact information and related documents.
 
#PHXWorks #Ocotillo 
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Virtual Teen Library Council

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Online Programming

Join Phoenix Public Library’s first ever virtual Library Teen Council! All teens in Maricopa County who are 12-17 can participate and gain volunteer hours for helping to develop Teen Central programs and services!

Sign up to hang out with other teens, discuss program and service ideas, and help us make your ideas happen! Help to create the next event, share book recommendations or other fun activities, and gain new skills and experiences.

  • Get involved in volunteer opportunities!
  • Share your passions!
  • Hang out and meet other teens!
  • Shape Teen Central programs and services!

Register and we’ll send you more information and the meeting link.
Phoenix Public Library Virtual Teen Council Registration Form

#teencouncil #teen advisory board #tab #tlc

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