Tag: Robson Library

Memorial Wooden Books Need to Be Picked Up

Andrea Hummel Things are changing once again at the Robson Library. As Sun Lakes patrons are well aware, the Lecky Room was remodeled to provide office cubicles for some employees of Maricopa Library System. This happened because the downtown library was paying considerably more than the library supervisors were comfortable with to rent downtown office…

Friends Bookstore expands

Lucille Sgro, Cottonwood resident, looking for a book

Mary Yasuda Come to the Robson Library and visit the Friends Bookstore. Thanks to the Maricopa Library District, we now have two more shelving units, and we have filled them with books. We are now accepting donations and will be selling DVDs. We have low prices. Books (both paperback and hardback) are priced at $.25.…

The Library Corner

Bette Hargrave The Sun Lakes Country Club Phase 1 Library is attended by volunteer librarians Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in two shifts per day. You may find a book selection at any hour that your country club building is open, and you may check out one of our new books…

Bookstore In Robson Library Opens August 5

The Robson Library is newly renovated and now open. Members of Friends of the Library (FOL) and volunteers organize and operate the used book store in the Robson Library. Proceeds from the sale of books support library and community projects, such as summer reading programs and informative presentations. The Friends bookstore is moving to a…

May events at Robson Library

Plan to join us for the following events in May! Tuesday, May 9, at 1:00 p.m. – Artist on the Fly: Sketching Birds Join Neil Rizos to learn new ways to see the beauty and behavior of birds while learning essential techniques needed to draw birds quickly and accurately, in the classroom and in the…

Lescroat to visit Robson Library

John Lescroart

Andrea Hummel If you haven’t heard of author John Lescroart, you might be in the minority. The Fall, his 26th book, will be released in May and will again feature the popular characters Dismas Hardy and homicide inspector Abe Gitsky. Seventeen of Lescroart’s books have been New York Times bestsellers. His books have sold more than…

Robson Library sponsors writers talk

Author Judith Starkston’s first novel, Hand of Fire received rave reviews.

Sue Jordan Ahwatukee historical fiction writer Judith Starkston will be at the MCLD Robson Library on Wednesday, November 5 at 10:00 a.m. Judith’s first novel, Hand of Fire received rave reviews from both critics and historical fiction writers. To quote Helen Hollick, editor of Historical Reviews periodical, “What is the difference between a good historical novel…