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Open Tech Lab for Teens/Young Adults
One Saturday each month
10:00am-3pm - November 24
Our Project or Yours: Expert Help


smARTMAKER LAB is your place for everything tech from coding, electronics, 3D design, assembly or ???
These are the coolest projects from robots to wearable art, so come and flex your tech muscles.


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FREE to perform, FREE to watch and enjoy!
Friday, November 30
7:00pm


Tune up your kazoo, polish your clogs, loosen up your vocal cords and show off your talent at Open Mic Night. Or come by and marvel at our local talent.



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First and Third Wednesdays
2:00pm to 4:00pm


Calling all acoustic string musicians - start jamming for entertainment and practice
fiddles, banjo, mandolin, guitar, dobro, acoustic bass
no electric amplified instruments and no drum kits


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A Photo Essay of the Apache Surrender
February 14, Noon
No Charge


See images of the Chiricahua Apaches during the final years of the Indian Wars, and recent photos of he same locations, for comparison, presented by Bill Cavaliere, president of the Cochise County Historical Society and a specialist in the Chiricahua Apaches.


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Women of Arizona State Prison
March 14, Noon
No Charge


Using photographs, prison records and newspaper articles, Christine Reid presents the sensational stories of women like Winnie Ruth Judd and Eva Wilbur Cruz incarcerated at the Arizona State Prison in Florence. Christine Reid is a writer and researcher at the Pinal County Historical Society.


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Armed With Our Language, We Went to War:
The Navajo Code Talkers
April 11, Noon
No Charge


Learn how a select group of young Navajo men used the Navajo language to devise a secret code that the enemy never deciphered. Luara Tohe, a Diné/Navajo, is Professor with Distinction in Indigenous Literature at Arizona State University and is the Poet Laureate of the Navajo Nation for 2015-2019


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Life on the Lazy B
Lived By an American Cowboy and Rancher
May 9, Noon
No Charge


The 200,000 acre Lazy B cattle ranch in southern Arizona and New Mexico was homesteaded in 1880. H Alan Day, third generation to grow up on the ranch explores the ranching and cowboying life from the chuck wagon years of his youth through the 40 years that he managed the Lazy B.


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