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Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries

The Sinking of the Reuben James Friends of the SaddleBrooke Libraries lecture series continues on April 21 with Mark Schwartz presenting The Sinking of the Reuben James. The presentation explores the simmering background of military and political issues between two nations on the verge of war. The U.S.S. Reuben James was sunk by a Nazi…

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FSL upcoming lecture March 17 Discover The Lone Eagle’s Aerial Survey of the Southwest On Thursday, March 17 at 4:00 p.m. in the MountainView Ballroom, the Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries’ lecture will feature Erik Berg, describing the important role pilot Charles Lindbergh and his wife Anne played in Southwest archaeology. Lindbergh is best known for…

Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries

February brings two great FSL events to SaddleBrooke Love to learn about the history of the Southwest? Like to talk to authors about their work? Enjoy owning signed copies of new books? Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries have two events in February that you won’t want to miss. Both will be held in the MountainView Clubhouse…

Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries

Southwest Indian pottery will be displayed on January 21.

If you like to learn about the American Southwest, discover new authors or read compelling novels, fasten your seatbelt. The Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries (FSL) is taking you on a great trip – without ever leaving SaddleBrooke! Mark your calendar to attend these upcoming events. Each is sure to spark your imagination and expand your…

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Hopi-Tewa pottery by the Nampeyo family, c. 1900-1930. Photo by Jannelle Weakly; photo courtesy of Arizona State Museum.

FSL 2016 membership kickoff: Treasures of the Southwest Established in 1893, the Arizona State Museum (ASM), at the University of Arizona, is renowned for its excellence in preserving, interpreting and presenting the material culture of the U.S. Southwest and northern Mexico. On January 21, the Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries’ annual membership kick-off event will showcase…

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Becky Masterman draws upon her background in forensic science to create compelling mystery novels.

Author’s luncheon – Nov. 20 Meet thriller writer Becky Masterman at the Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries Author Luncheon on Friday, November 20 at 11:30 a.m. As the former editor of a forensic medicine encyclopedia, Masterman brings a unique background to her mysteries. Largely unknown to the general public, she has received widespread praise from critics…

Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries

Author Becky Masterman

Discover a hot new author with great critical reviews Come and meet thriller writer Becky Masterman at the Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries’ next author luncheon to be held at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, November 20. As the former editor of a forensic medicine encyclopedia, Masterman brings a unique background to her mysteries. Largely unknown to…

Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries

Mystery author Becky Masterman

The SaddleBrooke Libraries – a valued community resource Love to read, listen to audio books and watch DVDs? If so, circulation statistics at the three SaddleBrooke Libraries during the first half of 2015 show that you’re not alone. Total circulation was 33,626 items with June, usually one of the slower months at the libraries, the…

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Author Becky Masterman

Pearl Hart, the Lady Bandit: A lecture by Christine Rand Jay Wilson Separating fact from fiction is no easy task when it comes to flamboyant stagecoach robber Pearl Hart. A mountain of conflicting stories abound, thanks in no small part to Pearl who was so enamored with the Wild West that she embellished her own tale…