Lake Havasu City News
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Arizona: a History of Snake Oil Salesmen, Scams, and Hoaxes
"Since the earliest days, Arizonans have been visited by entrepreneurs offering all kinds of get rich quick schemes. Using newspaper articles, quotes, photographs and ephemera, this program illustrates some of the most famous and some of the lesser known embarrassing scams and hoaxes that have found... Read More
Libraries Transform Book Pick Book Discussion
Mohave County Library - Lake Havasu City Branch is joining public libraries nationwide in Libraries Transform Book Pick, a new digital reading program that offers access to the same ebook for a two-week period. The first ebook selection is the newly released title "After the Flood" by Kassandra Mont... Read More
Open Your Eyes to the Night Sky: Naked-Eye Astronomy
October's Naked-Eye Astronomy features two Lunar conjunctions with Jupiter and one with Saturn. A difficult but still possible sunset view of Mercury during the third week. And, 1 major and 6 minor meteor showers.... Read More
Lake Havasu City’s Backyard Wildlife
Join us at the Mohave County Library for a program on local backyard wildlife and sanctuaries, presented by Joey Saccomanno, a Refuge Specialist from the Bill Williams National Wildlife Refuge. Wednesday Sept 18th, 10 am in Room A/B. This program is free and open to the public.... Read More
Summer Reading Finale
Join us as we wrap up Summer Reading for this year. Activities include Family Lego, making space buttons and pins, and astronauts helmets. Prizes will be awarded for those who completed the summer reading program! This is a family event. All library programs are free and open to the public.... Read More
Galaxy Tile
Bring your imagination and join us as we create a Galaxy tile. We'll supply the paint and the tiles. Please call the library at 928-453-0718 to register. This is an adult program. All library programs are FREE and OPEN to the public.... Read More
Arizona Goes to the Moon
Arizona played a key role in preparing to send humans to the moon in the late 1960s/early 1970s. The Apollo astronauts themselves traveled to the Grand Canyon and volcanic fields around the state to learn geology and practice their lunar excursions. (Extract taken from Arizona Humanities website). ... Read More
Open Your Eyes to the Night Sky: Naked Eye Astronomy
This month in Naked Eye Astronomy we will have a couple of annual distance extremes, two conjunctions, and three midnight meteor showers. Come and see a presentation on these upcoming events and how to best view them. There is no registration for this program. All library programs are free and open... Read More