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  1. Summer Reading Program : Oldfield Oasis Field Trip

    June 28, 2022, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

    Oldfield Oasis

    For this Summer Reading Program, participants at the Oldfield Oasis for an afternoon of fun! To register for the Copper Queen Library's Summer Reading Program, Oceans of Possibilities, please visit

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  2. Computer Literacy Classes with Donald Rimmer : Google Drive

    June 28, 2022, 5:00 PM - 6:45 PM

    Copper Queen Library

    Learn the basics of the computer and the internet with the Copper Queen Library’s adult computer literacy classes, a series of 7 workshops designed to give beginner computer users the skills and confidence to navigate the computer, its programs, and the internet. Sign up for one or all seven classes at the front desk. Space is limited, so register today!

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  3. CQL Virtual Program : Local Author Book Talk : "Under with Wheels of Justice" with Margo Macartney

    June 28, 2022, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

    This is a virtual Zoom program.  

    If you haven’t yet registered for the Copper Queen Library’s Virtual Programs, please click here. Registered patrons will receive an email with the Zoom link to join the program.

    In 1996 Margo Macartney was assigned to represent an 18 year old kid charged with first degree murder. It was a terrible miscar-riage of justice, which resulted in the kid growing up in prison. He is now 45 years old. She was haunt-ed by the injustice she saw and wrote a book, Under the Wheels of Justice. Margo will talk about that book, and how she came to write it, and the events that created such an injustice. She will also address the crushing Arizona sentencing laws that refuse to acknowledge a sen-tence of “life with the possibility of release in 25 years”. There is no parole in Arizona. There is no parole board in Arizona. If the word "life" is in the sentencing document, the prison intends to keep that person for natural life, essentially ignoring the intent of the sentencing judge.

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