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New Checkout Policies

As of November 10th, 2014, there are new checkout policies at Kearny Public Library BOOKS: 7 BOOKS (ONLY 2 NEW) FOR 2 WEEKS – 1 RENEWAL AUDIO BOOKS: 5 AUDIO BOOKS FOR 2 WEEKS – 1 RENEWAL (ANY COMBINATION OF THE

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Cactus Jelly and Watermelon Rind Pickle Demonstration

In honor of National Food Preservation Month in September the Kearny Public Library hosted a demonstration on canning, storage, pickling, and drying techniques with each person present getting “hands on” experience.  Each person got to take home their own jar

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Checked out an eBook yet?

We hope you’re enjoying Pinal County’s new eBook service! Haven’t checked it out yet? Visit the Digital Books page to find out more: bit.ly/pcdigital The Pinal County Library District also has a few blog posts with tips & tricks on browsing

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Banned Books Week: Sept 30-Oct 6, 2012

Every year we celebrate the Freedom to Read, except this year marks the 30th Anniversary of Banned Books Week. That’s right, three decades of highlighting those books that have been banned, challenged, or restricted in libraries and schools across the

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Lifetime Learning

Have you considered upgrading your skills to improve your chances of employment in this tough job market? Or perhaps you’ve always wanted to learn a little something about Physics or Philosophy? Or maybe you just want to train your aging brain? But like

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Celebrate National Library Week with Us!

National Library Week is April 8th-14th and we’ve got lots of great events planned at Kearny Public Library! April 9th-12th – Fresh Popped Corn and Cookies Every Day! Plus Sign up for the Drawing for 1 Adult Video & 1 Childs Video April 10th

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Here’s what’s happening at Kearny Public Library!

The Kearny Library Tea Party is turning out to be a bigger enterprise then we had ever anticipated.  Eight ladies came to the first one in October, then in November we had 14, and  in December we had 11, including one

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