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English as a Second Language classes and tutoring will be available at Scottsdale Public Library on Monday, August 10 between 9 AM and 10:30 AM. All are welcome to join the class in a fun, informal atmosphere.

The classes are held in the Mustang Library's Book Discussion Room. If you've been looking to start learning English, there's never been a better time. Come learn English with us at Scottsdale Public Library!

Vamos a tener clases informales de Inglés por Scottsdale Public Library Lunes, 10 Agosto entre 9-10:30 AM. Todos son bienvenidos a unirse con nuestras clases informales y divertidas. Si Vd. quiere aprender o practicar hablar en Inglés, no hay mejor tiempo ni lugar que nuestras clases divertidas.

For more information visit http://scottsdalelibrary.org/




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b2ap3_thumbnail_ScottsdalePublicArt_image.jpgInspired by the surroundings of the Forest Floor, Phoenix artist Roy Watson Valley heads one of the most interesting children's events of the summer: the Forest Floor Wooden Spoon Puppet Workshop. An entire fantasy world filled with ogres, elves, fairies, witches and their talking cats is explored through puppets made from wooden spoons!

Designed to help participants see the wonder around of even the "ordinary" world around them, the Forest Floor Wooden Spoon Puppet Workshop allows you to create your own whimsical designs and contributions to the wonderful imaginary world of wooden spoon puppets. For children of all ages, the workshop is on August 6 at The Gallery at Civic Center Library.

Read more at http://scottsdalepublicart.org.




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b2ap3_thumbnail_startup.pngThe next session of Startup School for Summer 2015 has begun with the next class on July 29. Aspiring entrepreneurs can sign up for an intensive 18-week course which covers everything needed to get your business from idea to implementation. ASU's Startup School program guides new entrepreneurs through the process of moving from an idea to a full-fledged business plan in 18 weeks. Focused on Lean Launch methodology, the main focus of the program is on customer development and bootstrapping, as well as how to develop your product and build the right team.

Though not required for the in-person classes at ASU Skysong, it's a good idea to go through the online curriculum for startup school to have a stronger background going through the class.

Additional details are posted at https://skysong.asu.edu.


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b2ap3_thumbnail_scottsdale-museum-of-the-west.pngLooking for something to do Thursday night? Western Spirit: Scottsdale's Museum of the West, is now keeping later hours Thursdays-- till 9 PM-- so make sure to head down this Thursday for an evening for an attraction like no other.

The Western-themed museum, along with a number of galleries on the ArtWalk, are staying open late for the perfect summer evening experience. Enjoy a sweet evening visit to one of the city's restaurants or wine bars in the area as a side preparation for a tasteful summer evening date or opportunity to inject more culture in your life. See and learn more about the crossroads between the Old West and the New against a summer evening sunset.

For additional details, feel free to visit http://scottsdalemuseumwest.org.




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b2ap3_thumbnail_scottsdale-public-library.pngNew York Times best-selling author Ace Atkins is doing a signing event an exclusive event at the Scottsdale Library Wednesday, July 22 between 6:30-9:00 PM. Not only will the author be available for signings of his new book, The Redeemers, there will also be a screening of the cult classic Billy Jack.


Being character that changed the way Americans saw their action heroes, Billy Jack remains an inspiration for much of Ace Atkins' own characters. The author has done a good deal of study and analysis on the Billy Jack's effect on cinema, literature, and culture.

Join us July 22 for this unique event. Tickets for the Ace Atkins Author Event are available by purchasing a copy of The Redeemers at the Poisoned Pen Bookstore or on-site.

Feel free to visit http://scottsdalelibrary.org/