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Copper Queen Library
The Copper Queen Library's French Conversation Group meets every Monday from 5 - 6 PM at the Main Library in Old Bisbee. Facilitated by Jean Jacques Grandiere.
The Copper Queen Library's Poetry Critique Society meets every last Monday of the month from 5 - 6:45 PM at the Main Library. Participants are asked to bring multiple copies of a working poem to read and share with the group. Facilitated by Alison Williams.
Come meet dr. Katie benton-cohen & ask questions about: local history, Phelps-Dodge, writing, college, graduate school and more!
Dr. Benton-Cohen teaches history at Georgetown University and is the author of two books, including Borderline Americans: Racial Division and Labor War in the Arizona Borderlands, which is a history of Cochise County. She was also the historical adviser for Bisbee'17. She is current-ly writing a history of the Phelps Dodge family and company, and will be living in Bisbee with her family while she is on Sabbatical in 2024.
Learn about the $121,824 grant the City has received for fuels reduction in areas rated as having high wildfire risk. The goal of this work is to create defensible space in the event of wildfire, giving firefighters more time to protect lives, property, infrastructure and historic assets. Information on fire wise practices that homeowners can deploy on their own properties will also be offered.
CQ Library Annex
The Little Book Club is a weekly preschool reading program for parents, caregivers, guardians and their children (ages 0 - 5). Enjoy an hour of reading, singing, creative movement and crafts.
Join the Copper Queen Library Annex for our NEW Preschool STEAM Story Time, which playfully introduces and explores concepts of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics and includes fun and engaging crafts, songs and, of course, stories!STEAM activities help promote essential 21st-century skills and encourage early literacy, spark curiosity, and develop new skills for young learners.
The Copper Queen Library's Scrabble Club meets every Thursday from 1 - 3 PM at the Main Library. Boards and dictionaries are provided. Come play with us!
A staff person from Congressman Raul Grijalva's Office will be available at the Copper Queen Library on Thursday, February 29, 2024 from 1 - 3 PM for appointments regarding federal issues, including Social Security, Passports, Citizenship and Immigration Services, Internal Revenue Service, Department of Veteran Affairs, and Department of Education. Please call 520-622-6788 to make an appointment, or email Alexandra Summers at Alexandra.Summers@mail.house.gov.
Our new Movers and Shakers Story Time incorporates music and movement into our traditional story time. Join Gretchen Hill and Sonia Rita every Friday morning at the Main Library for song, dance and stories!
Copper Queen Library Annex
Join Yotaki every Friday afternoon at the CQ Library Annex in San Jose for Qi Gong. Qi Gong is the Chinese gentle exercise of moving energy throughout the body to promote health and relaxation. The exercises are based on the movement of animals changing with the seasons. Anyone needing to may do all exercises while sitting in a chair. A short meditation is incorporated into each class. This class is held outdoors in the Annex Ramada.
Join the Annex's Open Art Studio for two Fridays in March and participate in the Global Art Project for Peace, facilitated by guest artist J. Kold. Participants will be able to make tiny treasure boxes, picture frames, and papel picado for a global peace art exchange. All supplies will be provided for FREE!
The Copper Queen Library’s Chess Club is open to both children and adults of all abilities and will be taught by Bisbee resident and chess enthusiast Nick Mueller. The club will meet Saturdays from 10 AM to Noon at the CQL in Old Bisbee.