“Nature, A Personal View,” artwork by Patricia Ackor, will be on display in the gallery at the Kirk-Bear Canyon Library in November.
Inspired by the nature photography of Donald Knight, “Art Inspirations” will run Tuesday through Oct. 31 in the gallery at the Kirk-Bear Canyon Library, 8959 E. Tanque Verde Road.
Take Three, a series of jazz concerts for all ages at the Kirk-Bear Canyon Library, will kick off Saturday.
Many of Sylvia Herrera's works are inspired by birds she photographs at hotels in Hawaii.
Sylvia Herrera's brightly colored pieces depict an array of birds, and tropical plants and flowers.
Watercolors by Sylvia Herrera will be on display in the gallery at the Kirk-Bear Canyon Library, 8959 E. Tanque Verde Road, Monday through July 31.
Shiv Easwarachandran settles in under a crowded work table to put together his creation during a recent Lego Club meeting at the Kirk-Bear Canyon Library.
Hayden Walker signals his age to club organizer Bryan Silva. "I like the kids," said Silva, a lifelong Lego lover. "I like the energy."
Sam Boyer watches stepdaughter Alyson Stephens talk about the space ark she's creating from various pieces.
Kids sift through a vast number of pieces on just one table looking for the perfect part to build their Lego creation.
Among the works by Pam Cheeseman is this one called "ShadowHunter."
"Desert Dwellers: The Art of Pam Cheeseman" will be on display in the gallery at Kirk-Bear Canyon Library, 8959 E. Tanque Verde Road, Saturday through June 30.
One piece in the "Equine Inspiration" exhibit is "Head Held High."
"Equine Inspiration: The Art of Carole Andreen-Harris" will be on exhibit Wednesday through May 31 in the gallery at Kirk-Bear Canyon Library, 8959 E. Tanque Verde Road.
Katie Branca, 9, tries to get her "sled" kite airborne at the Kirk Bear Canyon Library, 8959 E. Tanque Verde Road. She and other kids recently learned about kites with expert Ronald Reich.
Ronald Reich wears traditional Chinese garb as part of his story presentation on the Legend of the First Kite. He helps Ava Kaercher, 4, use sewing thread to make her sled kite.
Sisters Georgiana and Carolina Wright worked on their kites during Saturday's class. All kids received a kite they were able to color and fly on their own.
Kite expert Ronald Reich shows the handles for a controllable kite he uses in competition. He showed several types of kites.