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The Library has lots of fun events for families and kids this summer.

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Desert Foothills Library Independent Film Festival 2016 (7/8-8/26)

Fridays, July 8 to August 26th

10:30am - 12:30pm  

 

Free popcorn and soft drinks! Exceptional selections from film festivals around the world.  No registration. 

July 29: Lemon Tree. Director Eran Riklis. 106 minutes. The story of a Palestinian widow who
must defend her lemon tree field when a new Israeli Defense Minister moves next to her and
threatens to have her lemon grove torn down. Israeli with subtitles. Drama 2008


August 5: Phoenix. Director Christian Petzold. 98 minutes. A disfigured Holocaust survivor
sets out to determine if the man she loved betrayed her trust. Drama 2015


August 12: Suffragette - Director Sarah Gavron 106 min. The foot soldiers of the early feminist
movement, women who were forced underground to pursue a dangerous game of cat and mouse
with an increasingly brutal State. Drama Biography History 2015


August 19: Women He's Dressed. Director Gillian Armstrong. 95 min.The life of Australian
costume designer Orry-Kelly. Bio-Pic 2015


August 26: Tanna. Directors Martin Butler & Bentley Dean. 100 min South Pacific scenes of lush
forests, crystal water falls & angry volcano. Based on actual events of tradition. Romance 2015

 

Tea'ching

Saturday, July 30th

1:30pm - 3:45pm


An exploration of tea, history and tasting of 10 teas from around the world. From rare white teas to oolong to black tea to herbal blends, we'll explore the tea spectrum and ‘de-coffee-inate’ you forever with exciting teas.

 

About the presenter: Chef Larry P. Canepa is a Certified Culinary Educator with a dynamic, innovative and engaging style that incorporates food history, culinary arts, education and 'food-tainment' into every program. Each presentation is a fun experience, including analyses of the historical, social and cultural aspects of food and culture. Chef believes in the Farm-to-Table approach to food, education and dining and works closely with local farmers, growers, and food artisans to create a delicious and informative food experience—adult Learning with specialized curriculum based on Culinary Arts.


No charge. Class size limited to 40 adults.

 

DFLA Book Club

Our Book Club meets at the Library at 10 a.m. on the second Tuesday of every month

 

Details

 

The Happy Hookers

Every 4th Monday of the month

1:00pm - 3:00pm

 

Do you knit, crochet, or practice another needle-craft? Join The Happy Hookers meet monthly for companionable creating and conversation! No registration.

 

For a more complete schedule of programs and events, please click here

 

 

Adult Events Brochure July

Youth Events Brochure July