Everyone Is Welcome at the SaddleBrooke Libraries

Library volunteers Marge Fiedler and Pat Andrea welcomed Dusty the Roadrunner to one of SaddleBrooke’s three libraries following the Walk for Kids event.

Janet Fabio

After the SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) Walk for Kids on Oct. 29, Dusty, the mascot for the Tucson Roadrunners ice hockey team, found time to stop in at the SaddleBrooke One Library. He was greeted by our friendly volunteers. If you stop in at any of our three SaddleBrooke Community Libraries, you will also be greeted by friendly volunteers ready to help you find a good book to read or a movie to watch.

Thanks to funding from the Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries, our libraries are unique to retirement communities in being able to offer the latest bestsellers, recent movie releases (only at the DesertView Library), and nonfiction titles on a broad range of topics of current interest, as well as biographies and history. When the libraries are not staffed, you still can access some great paperbacks at the SaddleBrooke One Library and a large selection of books at the Cholla Library in the MountainView clubhouse, which operates on the honor system. Follow Dusty’s lead and plan to stop in and see all that our libraries have to offer!

To learn more, visit the library website www.sblibraries.com. To support the Friends of SaddleBrooke Libraries, visit www.sbfsl.org.