The libraries have tons of free things to do, even for teens.
The City of Tucson Finance Department is sponsoring a free workshop today at 10:30 a.m. at Murphy-Wilmot Library, 530 N. Wilmot Road.
People who attended a workshop Saturday at the Murphy-Wilmot
Library got a cool take-away: T-shirts they designed
Participants gather around a table while Rachel Garman, second from right, explains how to trace patterns in order to make stencils to paint and create graffiti-style T-shirts at a graffiti workshop.
Learning to trace stencils was part of the process in the T-shirt-making workshop.
Desire Lonyo cuts out a stencil before painting patterns and making her own T-shirt.
A newly painted graffiti-style T-shirt dries in the sun during the workshop.
Quantrell Rafeek, 4, touches a giant African millipede during a presentation by the International Wildlife Museum for the Murphy-Wilmot Library's Science Saturday: Animal Diversity.
Ella Walsh takes a close look at the teeth of a stuffed piranha.
Amy Anderson, from the International Wildlife Museum, holds a White's tree frog as she talks about the Australian amphibian.
Tess Lowrie examines a tarantula during the Murphy-Wilmot Library's Science Saturday.
The Murphy-Wilmot Library's monthly Science Saturday offered
people the chance to touch animals from around the world.
Drew Marvin looks at DVDs with his daughter Emma Marques during the reopening of the Murphy-Wilmot Library.
The Murphy-Wilmot Library underwent a $5.5 million facelift that added 5,000 square feet, two study rooms, a teen area, more seating and other amenities.
People try out the computers at the Murphy-Wilmot Library, which had been housed a few miles south for the the last year during renovation work.
More than 100 people listened to the speakers in front of the
Murphy-Wilmot Library, eagerly waiting for the doors of their
beloved branch to open Sunday.
Good news for library lovers: Renovation work at the
Murphy-Wilmot Library, at 530 N. Wilmot Road, is on schedule.