Deep Time exhibit to explore prehistoric ocean over Sonoran Desert

The exhibit Deep Time: Imagining the Ancient Inland Sea is coming to the Gallery at The Library, 3839 N. Drinkwater Blvd. in Scottsdale, and will [...] Continue Reading →

Daughters of the American Revolution adopt Marine mural at Civic Center Library

Scottsdale’s Marine Corps Mural has some new “guardian angels.” The Grand Canyon Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution [...] Continue Reading →

Close-out summer break with free Scottsdale reception Aug. 26

Scottsdale Public Art invites residents to say farewell to the summer 2017 family-friendly exhibit Bird Cloud Island created by local-artist [...] Continue Reading →

Bird Cloud Island: Scottsdale Art opens feathered-friend hangout

This summer, Scottsdale Public Art and artist Koryn Woodward Wasson are transforming the Gallery at Civic Center Library into a family-friendly [...] Continue Reading →

Free baseball exhibit to showcase Cactus League

The city of Scottsdale is slated to launch a free exhibit of the history of baseball in the city starting Jan. 18 at the Civic Center Library at [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Public Library receives national innovation distinction

The Urban Libraries Council recently announced city of Scottsdale’s Civic Center Library as one of "10 Top Innovators" during the 2016 ULC Annual [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Public Art hosts evening mystery party Aug. 27

To celebrate the success of its exhibition Nathaniel Lewis Presents: The Catacombs of Professor McGee, Scottsdale Public Art will host a [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Public Art, library bring Professor McGee to the Gallery

Scottsdale Public Art and the Civic Center Library partner again this year to present an interactive summer exhibition at the Gallery @ The [...] Continue Reading →

April Civil War Round Table to focus on Stonewall Jackson

Don't miss the upcoming Civil War Round Table, Stonewall Jackson: One of the Civil War's Great Transformations, presented by S.C. Sam Gwynne at [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale library receives computer programming funds

The Scottsdale Civic Center Library is to be one of 19 libraries to receive state funding aimed to increase technology and computer programming [...] Continue Reading →