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Program Guide July - September - 2018

Explore the City of Rancho Mirage Library & Observatory Programs & Exhibits. July - September, 2018.

Welcome to the Rancho Mirage Library and Observatory…

and the many reasons to visit during the summer:
• Walking with the Stars: Our low impact, air-conditioned space is open for
walking from 9 am – 2 pm. Twenty-five laps make for an enjoyable mile with
your friends, neighbors, and the occasional celebrity.
• Docu-Mondays: This series of eight engaging documentary films has been
handpicked by Jason Bruecks for your viewing pleasure.
• Children’s Summer Reading Club: Reading Through the Universe will
continue until August 3rd. Join us to learn about the universe, participate in
crafts and enjoy films.
• Observatory Tours: Throughout the summer we will be offering tours of
California’s Best New Tourist Attraction. Join us at 10 am and 5 pm
weekdays to see the inside of the Observatory and get an idea of just what
goes into viewing the stars.

Though much of the Valley slows down during the summer, the Rancho Mirage
Library & Observatory stays as busy as ever. Please visit the Library to take
part in some of the events that we have planned, and to participate in your
The Staff of the Rancho Mirage Library and Observatory

Note: Any changes to this schedule, including additional programs, will be announced on our website
which is always worth a visit to get the latest information about your Rancho Mirage Public Library.

People with disabilities are encouraged to attend Library programs. If you have special communication or access needs, please
contact the Library at 341-7323 four business days in advance of the event(s) you will attend.

If you would like to receive e-mail alerts about upcoming events, changes in our programming schedule, or events not shown
here, please send your e-mail address to

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Walking with the Stars

If walking is part of your regular exercise routine, there is no need to
abandon it during the hot months. The Community Room at Rancho
Mirage Library and Observatory is open with a walking track, 9 AM – 2 PM
through October.* The Community Room is air conditioned and carpeted
for a “soft” track at 71-100 Hwy 111 Rancho Mirage. Feet and joints will
appreciate a carpeted floor that is much softer than pavement or concrete.

The Library’s Community Room has ample open space for walking plus
a great sound system. The Library offers varying musical selections while

walkers make laps.

Any pace works in the Community Room – brisk to leisurely – with each lap
1/25th of a mile. “For those who count, a very average pace of 3 miles per
hour will yield a mile on carpet in just 20 minutes,” says Aaron Espinosa,
Library Director. It is possible to encounter a local celebrity or cross paths
with an elected official along the way. Striking up a conversation, making

new friends and getting exercise, all without breaking a sweat!

The Library welcomes people with mobility issues, using canes,
walkers, wheelchairs or receiving a helping hand from their

caregivers and service dogs. This program is for everyone and
comfortable shoes/sneakers are the only equipment needed.

*Availability dependent on program schedule


Monday – Tuesday Wednesday Thursday – Saturday Sundays
9 a.m. – 6 p.m. 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Closed

Holiday Closures
Wednesday, July 4 — Independence Day Monday, September 3 — Labor Day

71-100 Hwy 111, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 • Tel: (760) 341-7323 Fax: (760) 341-5213 3 •

Presented by the Rancho Mirage Library and Observatory Foundation

The Rancho Mirage Library and Observatory Foundation was
established in 2010 as the fundraising arm of your Library. Gifts to the
Foundation support programs for all ages, the purchase of books and
media, or the Children’s Summer Reading Club. Please consider a tax-

deductible contribution to support your Library.

Library Tribute Cards Donor Wall of Honor
Available at The Book Nook
Take a moment
The Rancho Mirage Library and peruse the Library’s
and Observatory Foundation DONOR WALL OF HONOR
is pleased to offer tribute cards near the west entrance.
with a beautiful image of the
Library. These cards are perfect From 2003 to the present, people
for sending a friend a thank you, identified on this wall made gifts to
for honoring the memory of a the Library that went beyond City
family member or colleague, or for funding to make a great institution
acknowledging a special moment.
The cards are packaged in special even more special.
decorative bags, with five cards
priced at $20. The cards are The Donor Wall of Honor includes
available in the Library Foundation the names of all who have made
Book Store – The Book Nook. gifts of $2,000 (cumulatively) and

ranging beyond $250,000.

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Each day, nearly 1,000 of your neighbors visit and enjoy the Rancho
Mirage Library and Observatory. Our Library is one of California’s busiest
and most popular.
With the LITERARY LEGACY program, the Library Foundation recognizes
that you may want the opportunity to make a lasting gift, giving your name or
a loved one’s name a permanent place in this outstanding Library. You may
choose to name a book, a favorite subject area, a program or series, Library
seating, or choose to name a Library space, even a room.

Please contact Library Director, Aaron Espinosa at 760-341-7323, ext. 734
with any questions about the Foundation’s LITERARY LEGACY program.
The Foundation is excited about new naming opportunities for your Library
that have emerged from the Library’s space planning initiative.
Your LITERARY LEGACY awaits you at the best Library in Southern
California, one of the best in the state and in America.

Thank you,

Patrice Merritt, Foundation Chair

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The Library offers a variety of electronic resources and digital
collections, including some full-text magazines, newspapers,
journals, eBooks, digital magazines, and streaming movies.
Access these resources through a computer or a mobile device

using your Rancho Mirage Library and Observatory card.

Find out more by visiting the Library website, or call and ask to
speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable librarians.

NEW! General OneFile Brainfuse
The largest general-interest database, Free online homework help for grade
serving as the public library’s ultimate school students and online learning
periodical resource, with more than assistance for adult learners through
8,000 titles (most in full text). Includes one-to-one homework help, state-
the reference, newspaper, and audio aligned skills building, test preparation,
content that complements the robust and writing assistance.
collection of magazines and journals.
Credo Online
NEW! Books & Authors Reference books online for you. Take
Provides expert title recommendations, a look at the books included under
book reviews, reading lists, author “Find a Book,” or browse the subjects
biographies and more. to narrow your search. Besides having
Encyclopedias and Dictionaries,
AtoZ Databases Credo also has Bilingual Dictionaries,
The Premier Job Search, Reference, Measurement Conversions, and a
& Mailing List Database, including 30 Crossword Solver.
million business & executive profiles
& 220 million residents. Ideal for sales CultureGrams
leads, mailing lists, market research, The perfect resource to prepare you
employment opportunities, finding as a true world citizen. Concise reports
friends and relatives, and much more! and multimedia give you the unique,
intimate details of each country’s
customs, traditions, and daily life.

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Acorn TV streams world-class mysteries, dramas,

and comedies from Britain and beyond.
Binge-watch a classic series or discover your new favorite show

among dozens of programs available exclusively on Acorn TV.
With thousands of hours of commercial-free programming and

new shows added weekly, there’s always something to watch!

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Thoughtful entertainment

Streaming free with your library card

Hundreds of new films each month

Also includes


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DOCU-MONDAYS: July 9 – August 27
Eight very different documentaries introduced by film historian Jason Bruecks.

Advanced Style (2014) Encounters at the End of the
World (2007)
Monday, July 9, 2 – 3:30 p.m.
Monday, July 23, 2 – 3:45 p.m.
Ari Seth Cohen examines the lives
of seven unique New Yorkers Film-maker Werner Herzog
whose eclectic personal style travels to the McMurdo Station in
and vital spirit have guided their Antarctica, looking to capture the
approach to aging. Inspired by the continent’s beauty and investigate
book by Ari Seth Cohen. the characters living there.

Jazz on a Summer’s Day (1960) The Queen of Versailles (2012)

Monday, July 16, 2 – 3:30 p.m. Monday, July 30, 2 – 3:45 p.m.

Set at the 1958 Newport Jazz This documentary follows a
Festival in Rhode Island, this billionaire couple as they begin
concert film directed by Bert Stein construction on a mansion inspired
features Louis Armstrong, Mahalia by Versailles. During the ensuing
Jackson, Chuck Berry and more. two years, their empire – fueled
“One of the first and most influential by the real estate bubble and
live concert films.” cheap money – falters due to the
economic crisis.

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Kedi (2016) Walking the Camino: Six Ways to
Santiago (2013)
Monday, August 6, 2 – 3:30 p.m.
Monday, August 20, 2 – 3:30 p.m.
Forget about house cats or stray
cats you occasionally see in your Filmmaker Lydia Smith follows a
back yard. Kedi is a film about group of hikers as they make the
the hundreds of cats who have arduous, 500-mile trek to the shrine
roamed the metropolis of Istanbul of St. James in Galicia, Spain also
freely for thousands of years. In known as the Camino De Santiago
Istanbul, cats are considered the pilgrimage.
mirrors to ourselves.

Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill (2005) The Endless Summer (1966)

Monday, August 13, 2 – 3:30 p.m. Monday, August 27, 2 – 3:45 p.m.

Telegraph Hill, a hilly neighborhood In this documentary that gave
in San Francisco, has become birth to the surf and travel culture,
home to a large flock of wild parrots director Bruce Brown follows two
over the years. This film documents young surfers around the world
how Mark Bittner, a musician with in their continual search of the
no real experience of ornithology, perfect wave.
developed a bond and a friendship
with the birds that changed him and
earned the respect of the community.

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Rancho Mirage Writers Festival Foundation Presents
Rancho Mirage Writers Festival Film Club
September 2018 to June 2019, third Thursday of each month, 3:00 pm

Welcome to the new Rancho Mirage Writers Festival Film Club. This free
series will be held on the third Thursday of each month in the Community
Room from September 2018 to June 2019. Films will start at 3 pm and free
popcorn and water will be available. A new sound system has been installed
in the room to provide the highest quality viewing experience.

This year, the theme for the Rancho Mirage Writers Festival centers around
the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. The films for the RMWF Film Club have
been chosen to complement and explore that theme. Films are selected by
Festival Founder Jamie Kabler and American journalist and film producer
Peter Bart.

The Longest Day (1962)
Thursday, September 20, 3:00–6:00 p.m.
An epic war film about the D-Day landings at
Normandy. The massive ensemble cast includes
John Wayne, Robert Mitchum, Richard Burton,
Sean Connery, Henry Fonda and Robert Wagner.
The movie won two Academy Awards and was
nominated for three others.

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OperaArts Presents
Passion! Operatic Love Affairs?
Wednesday, September 19, 7–8:30 p.m.

Join us for a passionate evening of opera as OperaArts brings the talents of
two seasoned performers to the Library’s Community Room stage. Jamie
Chamberlin, Soprano, and Nathan Granner, Tenor, will be accompanied by
OperaArts music director Victoria Kirsch, in a performance that questions
the advisability of operatic love affairs.

OperaArts endeavors to bring the artistic experience to both students and
residents of the Coachella Valley by creating programs of opera, operetta,
musical theater, dance and other expressive arts. Some of their successful
productions include Opera Under the Stars, Festival of Opera and Arts, For
the Children, When I Rise and A Summer Soiree.

Jamie Chamberlin Nathan Granner

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O b s e r v ato r y

Image: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute Image: NASA/ESA/G. Bacon (STScI)

Jupiter: The King of Red Sky at Noon, Life’s
LECTURE the Planets LECTURE Boon? An Examination of

Thursday, July 26, 7–8 p.m. Red Dwarfs

The largest and most massive planet Thursday, August 23, 7–8 p.m.
in the Solar System—Jupiter is a
fascinating place. Its cloud topped Throughout the Milky Way Galaxy
atmosphere holds many secrets, its there are a myriad of stars which are
storms can rage for hundreds of years, much smaller and cooler than the Sun.
and there may be a safe harbor for Recent studies have suggested that
life somewhere among its 60 plus many of those small red colored stars
moons. While it has been the most may harbor planets in regions where
visited of the outer planets by robotic liquid water could potentially exist on
spacecraft, Jupiter and its moons still their surfaces. Thus, we ask: could life
have many places to explore, and they be present on planets around these
leave us with many things still to learn. so called red dwarf stars or will the
If humanity is to explore the cosmos, it temperament of these stars render
must understand places like Jupiter and these worlds uninhabitable?
how to interact with planets like it.

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Progr ams

Image: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA,

Here Comes the Sun: The Surface of the Sun and Space Weather
LECTURE Thursday, September 20, 7–8 p.m.

Day in and day out, the Sun provides us with more than enough warmth here in
the Coachella Valley. It appears to us as a general constant. However, a closer
look reveals that the Sun is a dramatic and dynamic place. The activity on the
surface of the Sun can impact the rest of the Solar System, and that activity is
worth monitoring and predicting—just like the weather here on Earth. This space
weather is increasingly important to our modern lives and will be vital to understand
and prepare for as humanity seeks to venture beyond the protection of the Earth.

Contact (1997) Thursday, July 12, 2–4:30 p.m. 15
FILMS This science fiction drama directed by Robert

Zemickis is based on Carl Sagan’s 1985 novel of
the same name. Jodie Foster portrays Dr. Ellie Arroway
who, after years of searching, finds strong evidence of
extraterrestrial life and is chosen to make first contact.

Passengers (2016) Thursday, August 9, 2–4 p.m.
Starring Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt, this science
fiction film depicts two people who are awakened some 90
years too soon from an induced hibernation on a spaceship
bound for a new planet.

The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy (2005)
Thursday, September 6, 2–4 p.m.
This science fiction comedy follows the misadventures of
Arthur Dent, who is the last surviving man following the
Earth’s demolition by an alien construction crew. His rescuer,
Ford Prefect, is both an alien and a researcher penning a
new edition of “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.”

Lectures and film screenings will take place in the Community Room.

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23RD ANNUAL Milky Way Mondays
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
READING Jul 2: Egg drop
Jul 9: Build a Gaia Spacecraft


Jul 16: Model an asteroid in clay
The Brian andSPPaOtNrSiOcRiaEDAB. YHerman Fund Jul 23: Scale model of solar system
Jul 30: Build a space colony

Our 2018 Summer Reading Photo: NASA Ames Research Center
Program is “Reading Through the
Universe,” sponsored by the Brian Books and Bites—Kids Book
and Patricia A. Herman Fund, in Discussion Group
celebration of our new Observatory. Mondays at 12 p.m. Sign up at the
Children’s Information Desk. Limited to 12.
Join us as we focus on one planet A small lunch will be provided. Please let us
each week. Participants will know dietary needs at sign up.
discover how reading through the Jul 2: Hidden Figures: The True Story of
universe is one way to learn about Four Black Women and the Space Race
space, planets and the universe. by Margot Lee Shetterly and
There will be plenty of opportunities Laura Freeman
for hands-on learning too. Who Was Neil Armstrong?
by Roberta Edwards
Pick up a copy of our Summer
Reading Booklet for more details Jul 16: El Deafo by Cece Bell
about the daily activities. Jul 30: Hello, Universe
by Erin Entrada Kelly
Save the date for our Big
Show, Tuesdays at 11 AM in the
Community Room.

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Big Show Tuesdays Warped Wednesdays
11 a.m. – 12 p.m. 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Jul 11: Indoor golf
July 3 Jul 18: Create a nebula jar
Best Bubble Parties: Jul 25: Make a galactic mobile
Learn about the Aug 1: Bike rodeo
scientific principle Terrestrial Thursdays
behind soap bubbles! 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

July 10 July 5
John Abram’s Edible Mars Rover
Animal Magic:
A magic show with July 12
live exotic pets. Paint your own Jupiter

July 17 July 19
Dino Encounters: Make your own Saturn
Dinosaurs @
the Library! Photo: Casey Fleser

July 24 July 19
Christopher Stained glass Uranus
T. Magician:
A magic show
full of laughs
and interaction!

July 31 July 19
Summer Finale: Planetary pastel art
Come dance the last Big Show of

the summer with Christy Lane

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Fireball Fridays Teen Tuesday
11 a.m. – 1 p.m. 1 p.m. Ages 12–17 in the Storytime
Room unless otherwise indicated.
July 6: Sherlock Gnomes Jul 3: Design and play a video game

July 13: Peter Rabbit Jul 24: Learn to draw anime with Carlos
Nieto III of Anime Your Way. 1 p.m.
and 3 p.m.

Jul 31: Design with Perler beads

July 20: WALL-E Teen Movies
Fridays at 1 p.m.

July 27: Leap! July 13: A Quiet Place

Aug 3: Despicable Me 3 July 27: Ready Player One

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The Library presents four age-specific First Wednesday of each month.
storytimes each week.
Mikey Mike’s Zoo Yoga
Tiny Tot Tales – ages 1 to 3 September 5, 5:30 – 7 p.m.

Tuesdays, 10 a.m. and 11 a.m.* Join us for a fun evening as
yoga instructor Michael Paduano
Wednesdays at 10 a.m. demonstrates how to assume
traditional yoga positions renamed and
Lively songs, fingerplays, action resembling positions of common zoo
rhymes, flannel board stories, and animals interesting to children. It is an
books, followed by a coloring activity, imaginative way for children to explore
delight the young ones ages one to balance, strength and flexibility.
three. Younger siblings are welcome.
This 25-minute storytime begins
promptly at 10 a.m. Since space
is limited to the first 25 people, we
suggest families arrive early.

*No 11 a.m. storytime during the Summer
Reading Club period.

Preschool Stories LEGO CLUB
and Me – ages 3 to 5
Fourth Wednesday of every month.
Thursdays at 10 a.m. 5 – 6 p.m.

Engaging stories, songs, and active Held in the Children’s Room.
rhymes captivate the imagination of
children ages three to five. Coloring Build with us! Each month there’ll be a
sheets and simple crafts round out suggested theme. It’s up to you whether
the themed storytime experience. This your creation reflects that theme or your
30-minute storytime begins promptly own creative expression. Work alone
at 10 a.m. Since space is limited to the or in a group. You’ll have 45 minutes
first 25 people, we suggest families for building, 5 minutes to clean up and
arrive early. 10 minutes to show off your work. We’ll
display the creations until next month. For
Each session is held in the Children’s Room. kids ages five and up; five to eight year
olds must be accompanied by an adult.
Each session begins promptly on designated
days. We suggest that participants arrive early September 26 Outer Space
so that all can benefit from the total experience.

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Celebrate Pirate Week—September 17 to 21, 2018
Join us for a week of Pirate Activities. Come tell us a pirate joke in the
Children’s Room and get some Pirate Booty. Watch a pirate movie after
school in the Community Room and of course search for treasures in our
Children’s Room.

On Wednesday, September 19, 2018—“Speak Like a Pirate
Day”— Come dressed like a pirate and join us for an evening
of fun crafts, walking the plank and pirate games.
For more information, sign up for our eblasts or come visit the
Children’s Room.

Banned Books Week—September 23 to 29
It’s that time of year again! Rancho Mirage Library and Observatory is celebrating
Banned Books Week. This annual event celebrates the freedom to read.
Check out our display table in front of the Information Desk! Look for a forthcoming
e-blast with more details regarding our Banned Books Week Programming!
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Library Donors 1995-Present

Founder Roy E. Crummer George Lee & Scott
$100,000 and above Foundation Roberts

The Annenberg The Family of Walter & Michael G. McCafferty
Foundation Elizabeth Demyanek Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Morgan
Barbara Palm
The Auen Foundation The Brian & Patricia A. Dr. S. Jerome & Judith D.
The Coeta & Donald Herman Fund
Barker Foundation Jim & Jackie Lee Houston T.A. & Joani Toussoun
Janet C. & Charles E. City of Indian Wells Nancy B. Watson
Carol & Larry Jones
Barker Edeltraud & Patrick Sponsor
H.N. & Frances C. Berger $5,000-$9,999
Foundation Don McIntosh Anderson Children’s
Sally Contant DeeAnn & Larry Nichols Foundation
J.W. & Ida M. Jameson Rotary Club of Rancho
Barbara & Roderick Barr
Foundation Mirage Stanley Baumblatt
Fred & Mary Leydorf Anita B. & Howard S. Mary Ellen & Cooper
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald D.
Richmond Foundation Blanton
Marsee Arthur & Jeannie Rivkin Borax Family Charitable
Helen Reinsch Iris & Thom Smotrich
Reinsch Family Memorial Ladda Toelkes Fund
Gigi & Joe Roberson David Bryant
Partner Dr. & Mrs. Sonia
Benefactor $10,000-$24,999
$50,000-$99,999 Campbell
Anonymous Jean Carrus
Agua Caliente Band of Janet & Jerry Banks City of Rancho Mirage
Cahuilla Indians Dorothy Lyons Berns Valerie & Kyle Coltman
Linda Bray Sue & David Cummings
Castle Foundation Inc. William F. Coan Nancy & Thomas
Dr. Maurice & Laine The Deutsch Foundation
Jarka & Martin Dolemo Cunningham
Falstein Elyse & David Fleming Diane Fox
Roberta Peters Jones President & Mrs. Gerald Karlene & Richard Garber
Dr. Charles M. Monell & Kay Hanson
R. Ford Dr. Bettie A. Henry honors
Dr. Gerald E. Benston Elaine Frank
Jeanne & Charles Parrish Linda & Edward Kazazian David Alan Henry
Arthur Strickman James Kelley & Joseph Louise Kermode
Paula & Vern Kozlen
Visionary Lund M. & L. Leibowitz
$25,000-$49,999 Becky & Richard Kite
Mr. & Mrs. G. Teryl Koch Charitable Trust
Katherine J. Andrews Mr. Sidney Laub Suzanne & Jason
Katherine J. Andrews Martin, Kayla, Noah,
Foundation Matthews
Bella & Alexandra Lax Fay McClung
Joseph A. Bartush Arlette Lea Juanita & Cliff
Bartush Family
Foundation Kevin McGuire
Donald & Peggy Cravens

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Library Donors 1995-Present

Ramelle Monsky Rebecca & Jack Benaroya Michael Craft Johnson
Lyn Chernis & Dr. Bob Robert Borns Tom Johnson
Ken Bourgidnon Dr. & Mrs. W. David
Morris Lyndsy Bowcott
Patty & Arthur Newman Beth & George Briggs Jones
Paul Newman Grady Bruce J.P. Morgan
Doris & Robert O’Neill Lois Buell Beatrice & Victor Kane
Claudette Pais In Loving Memory of Karl Tom & Claire Kane
Dorothy Begg Parker Susan King
Mary Patrick M. Buretz. MD. Gerry & Martin Koffman
Rancho Mirage Country Dr. & Mrs. Richard Byrd Ellie Lavin
The Champions Volunteer Ralph W. Leatherby
Club Irving & Dorothy Levy
Mary & Charles Rich Foundation Lorna Lewis
Diane S. Robertson Jo & Tom Chapman for Literary Society of the

Charitable Foundation Great Books Desert
Ann & Don Rogers Charity Challenge, Inc. Tom Lutgen
Susan & Robert Rossi Lee Comisar Sharon W. Lynch
Richard Sara Susan Cook Gerald Macenas
Virginia & Richard Saville Irene Gluyina & Robb JoAnn & Fred
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Smale
The Stack Foundation Cooper Mackenbach
Joanne & Dominick Luis Cordero Margaret McPharlin
Janet Daggatt Lucy & Ron Meepos
Summa Jr. Wilbur Daniel Ruth & Arnold Meltsner
Three Sisters Foundation Carol & Raleigh DeBow Patrice & Grady Merritt
Vanguard Charitable Catherine Devine Cheryl & Jim Miller
Salli Dick Gordon Moller & Charles
Foundation Norman Edwards
Robert Walker & Ernest Ted FioRito Jr. Townsend
Barbara & Robert Fremont Norma Monty
Phinney Friends of the Rancho In Memory of Kitty Moore
Weinstein Family Cindy & Morris Muscatel
Mirage Library Bernard Myerson
Foundation Andrea Best & Calvin Fox Lori & Dick Nelson
Wells Fargo Carolyn & Robert Roland Nobis
Ruth White Northern Trust Bank
Dr. Jane & Dr. Morton Goldberg Richard & Carolyn O’Linn
Dorothy Goldstein Palm Springs Writers
Woolley Arline Greenblatt
Eilean Wuhl Marcy & Ron Gregory Guild
Shirley & Earl Greif Joyce Palmer
Associate Paul Hagle Lou & Faye Phillips
$2,000-$4,999 Boyd Haigler Dr. & Mrs. Michael Platt
Joseph Harris George Plavec
Kaye & L.E. Alford Vicki & Dana Hobart S. L. Protess
Bernice & Paul Alloy Paulette & Bernard Rancho Mirage Woman’s
Edward Anixter
Anonymous Horwich Club
Isabel & Lawrence Barnett Larry Hudack
Ms. Olga Jane Battisti Marie Jackson
June Beeler
Kay Bell

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Library Donors 1995-Present

Penny & Bart Rivin Beth Arterberry Michael & Patricia
Buddy Rogers Polly Ball Kremin
Elaine & Leonard Brian Baxenden
Babette “Babs” Bay William Kroonen
Rosenbaum Chuck & Cynthia Bowling Dorothy Kulvin
Marcia Rutledge Arla Brown Ladies Golf Assoc. of the
Diane & Fred Sagan Gail & Alfred Bryman
Jean Scripps Ivan Budd Springs
Dr. Pravin & Katherine Elizabeth Campbell Cheryl & Rick Lantz
Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Sonia & Seymour
Nan Aune Shipp Childs Levinthal
Hortense Singer Nancy Coffey Jason & Marjory Lewis
Ruth & Al Siteman Clifton Cole & Scott Wendy Portman Lewis
Mary Small The Harold A. Linstone
Edna Spaulding Smith
Grace Helen Spearman Karen Comeau Trust
Robert & Cynthia Cramer Ann & Jim Loeb
Charitable Foundation Perry Datwyler & John Susan Mammel
The Springs Community Pat & Joe Manhart
Jacobs Dede & Harold Marchick
Association Donald & Nancy Delaski Natalie Marcus
Harold Staw Joseph & Ann DeLuca Eileen Mason
Marc & Shari Stewart E. R. Dumke Michael & Ogniana
V. Ferris Todd Carolyn Ehrler
Union Bank of California Phillip & Ruth Elwell Masser
Willis Urick, Jr. Rosanne & Stephen Ezer Ken Maxwell & Dick
Pat & Milton Vaughn Florence Finer
Joseph & Dee Wambaugh Linda L. Forehand Redman
Frank R. Warren Beth Fromm & Ronald Lou Mello
Washington Mutual Bank Frida & Jack Milowsky
Wechsler Foundation Sharrow Gordon Moller
Ted & Jenny Weill Vera & Melvin Gabel Bobbie & Larry Morris
In Memory of my husband Helene Galen Murrey Morrow & Judith
Harry Gill
Martin, Jeanne Weiss Mim Gottschalk Widmer
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Sarah & Barry Gowen Moss & Company
Gary & Maria Greenwald Sandy Mossbrook
Whitney Downey Grosenbaugh Marcia & Irwin Narter
Cynthia & James Williams LaRue & Donald Hadley Virginia & Graydon
Joy & Wells Wohlwend Earle Hagen
Dan & Joan Hauserman Nichols
Scholars Elaine Henderson Daniel O’Brien
$1,000 – $1,999 Barbara Hochberg Russell & Suzanne Orkin
Pat & Gordon Hubbard James Osborne
Marjorie & Richard Paul & Ardis Huizenga Bob Packwood
Ameny Ed Hutten Ray & Pat Paige
Lily Kanter David & Colleen Pascale
Anderson Travel Elaine & Martin Pearlman
Judy Appelbaum & Priscilla Pete
George & Norma Purvis
Barbara Appelbaum Ralph M. Parsons
Robert Armstrong

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Library Donors 1995-Present

Robert & Marion Donors of $100 or Sharry Berry
Rosenthal Greater Cheryl Bester
Nadine Bicher
Editha Rowell 06/1/17 to 05/31/18 Carl & Tammy Birnberg
Diane Rubin Dorothea Bisbas
Rhonda & Peter Samuels Sally & Duke Ackerman Eleanor & Bruce Blank
Nancy & Marty Sally Albers & Alan Sandra & Chester Bloome
Paul Blum
Schechtman Kremble Borax Family Charitable
Deidra N. Schumann Jack Alotto & Dale Smith
Shapiro Family Alpha Delta Kappa Fund
Richard & Marjorie Marianne & Ken Bouldin
Foundation Shirley & Thomas
Sheldon Revocable Trust Ameny
Mitchell Simon Dana Anders Bowman
Claire Smith Anderson Children’s Phyllis & Richard
David & Lynn Smith
Peter Solomon Foundation Braverman
The Springs Book Steven Marc Anders Claire Breslaw
Edward Anixter Irma Brodie
Discussion Group Joann Anixter Silva Grady Bruce
Jackie Story Anonymous David Bryant
Lester & Joan Strouse Judy Appelbaum & Alfred & Gail Bryman
Roberta Susskind Dean & Rosemarie
Israel Tapick Barbara Appelbaum
Cornell & Betty Teoman Michael & Susan Atkinson Buntrock
Nancy Thompsen Auen Foundation Nancy Burke
Carol Thorburn Kenneth Ayers Lynn & Bill Buskirk
George & Carol Tielsch Shelia & Charles Bailin Bryant David
Lowell Trask Heidi Balciunas Joseph Cantrell
Alton & Julie Tybout Joan Ball Carol Carey
Van Patten Estate Polly Ball Linda & Wayne Carlson
Craig Vickers Jerry & Janet Banks Rhea Susan Carney
Jean Viereck Barbara Barewin-Riley Jean Carrus
Lonna A. Wais Roderick & Barbara Barr Karen & Nate Cheney
Virginia Waring Barbara W. & Charles Sally Cherry Dempsey
E. E. Weaver Mrs. & Mr. Timothy
Eric & Evelene Wechsler Barrett
Roger & Brenda Patricia & Stuart Barton Childs
Bartush Family Joanne & Bill Chunowitz
Weinstock Nancy Coffey Nagler
John & Judy Wempe Foundation Charles Cohen
Bates Westerberg Jane Olga Battisti Sheldon & Barbara Cohn
William J. Wink Babette “Babs” Bay Carole & Stan Cole
Carol Wright Roger Beaman Richard Columbus
Oscar Wright, Jr. Mary Becker Jaqueline & Richard
John & Bette Yee Jane Beggs
Helen Zimmerman Lilo Bendixen Comcras
Genevieve K. Bennington Sandra Comrie
Nancy Benson Phyllis & Alan Cooper
Lisa Berkeley Killingbeck
Tom & Mary Bernstein

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Library Donors 1995-Present

Sharon Cooper & Dan Suzanne & Jeffrey Feder Saul Guttman
Koebel Benjamin Feldman LaRue & Donald Hadley
Patricia Ferguson Isaiah Hagerman
Luis Cordero Dorie & George Ferrone Ann Carole Haller
Michael Craft Johnson Hazel & Richard Fields Noel & Lloyd Hanford
Sally & Barrie Cranston Maureen Fife Dunn Steve Hanson
Nicole & John Criste Denise & Michael Finch Carolyn G. Harder
Sue & David Cummings Florence Finer Chris and Jack Hartley
Karla Dally Ronald Finfrock & George Ruth K. Hartz
Lo Ouita Daniel Michael E. Heaney
Jean Donna Darby Williams Don Hedgepeth
Perry Datwyler & John Elyse Fleming Karen Heiferman
Thomas & Donna Ford Elaine Henderson
Jacobs Len & Jasmine Forman Julie Henthorn & Bob
Gerlad Dawson Mary & Richard Freeman
Joyce Dennis Sheila & Jerry Freeman Schneider
Catherine Devine Merilee Frets Diana Herkimer
Lynne Devries Marilyn Friedman Helen Herman & Jack
Elaine Dexter Richard & Patti Friedman
Cecilia M. Dialynas Carol & Richard Frindt Talan
Dr. Harold Diamond Vera & Melvin Gabel The Patricia & Brian A.
Sheri Diamond The Gall Family Fund
Norman & Marge Dodge Michael & Christine Herman Fund
Kaycie Dolezal Carole Herrera
Hillary & Joan Don Gennet Michael Hirsch
Raymond Donnelly Janice A Girouard Joel & Leslie Hirschberg
Gwendolyn & Thomas Sharon & Arnold Glass Dana & Vicki Hobart
Marilyn & Kenneth Karen Holmes
Donovan Frances Horwich
Bob Drake Glassman Horner Family Foundation
Martha Drayton Nina Glazer Paulette & Bernard
Jacqueline Drucker Irene Gluyina & Robb
Judy Duffy Horwich
Norma & Bob Ebright Cooper Darlene & Paul Howard
Carolyn Ehrler Morton Godlas Ardis & Paul Huizenga
Sandra K Ellis Steve & Barbara Gold Marge Humphreys
Frank Ellsworth Phil & Carol Goldsmith IBM
Nezam Eldan Kamiab Alan J. Goldstein Jim & Stacy Jacob
Barbara & Thomas Sunrise CC Golf Ladies Loreen & Herbert

Emerick Assoc. Jacobson
Karen Endow & Bill Kris Gonzales Linda Jaeckh
Sarah & Barry Gowen Ida M. & J.W Jameson
Harmon Carol & Gary Granger
Energy Preparedness Sidney & Sondra Green Foundation
Ann Greer Judie & Barton Johnson
Commission Catherine Gribbel- Lois & Mitchell Johnson
Rosanne & Stephen Ezer Barbara & Steve Jones
Mel & Arlene Fages Beautyman Mary & Dr. David W.
Ann E. Falk Edward L. Gubman
Hannah Jo Falk Mary Gullikson Jones
Gail Jones

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Library Donors 1995-Present

Dr. David & Mary Jones Carol & Roy Leibowitz Matt Mealey
Ted FioRito Jr. Caprice Leinonen Kathy Medved
Mimi Kamenar Karen & Ron Lempert Evangeline & James Meek
Ziva Kammerer Stephan Leonoudakis Joseph Megale
Lily Kanter Rosanne & Elliott Levin Jacques & Sally Meijsen
Ruth Kaplan R. Carol Levine Grady & Patrice Merritt
Bernadette Kathawa Sonia & Seymour Caroline Mezrahi
Andrew Katnik Frances & Bob Miller
Susan Katzen Levinthal Sue A. Mills
Mal & Ruth Kaufman Nancy Levy Dr. Charles M. Monell
Edward & Linda Kazazian Reva Levy Jerome Morgan
Georgeanna Keller Marjorie &Jason Lewis Lynn Moriarty & Donald
Barbara C. Kelly Haddon B. Libby
Louise Kermode Pat Liedtke Hutton
Roger King Abraham Ligumsky Bobbie & Larry Morris
Jean C. King Literary Society of the Dale & Susan Morrison
The Kirschman Mrs. & Gubin Dr. Morton
Desert Sandy Mossbrook
Foundation for Health Ann & Jim Loeb Ryan Mowreader
and Education Paul & Joan Lombardi Frances P. Muir
Becky & Richard Kite Rella Lutzky Nancy Nance
Ken & Alicia Knox Janice Lyle Irwin & Marcia Narter
Karen L. Koon Elise Lynn & Frances Deanna F. Neal
Eve & Gordon Kramer Nancy & Charles Nevil
Patricia & Michael Palmer John Newburger
Kremin Barbara MacCready Larry & DeeAnn Nichols
Kathleen Krier Susan Mammel Jon & Francie Nobleman
Edward & Rita Kroll Pat & Joe Manhart Ann & Tilmann
Sue Kubly Irene Manning
Rosanne Kumins Dede & Harold Marchick Noeggerath
Bette & Don Kupfer Susan & Fred Mardell Christopher Norman
Cal & Kai Kushen Lee & Donald Marsden Joe Novak
Myrna & Joseph Laguess Charlotte & Ralph Martin Daniel O’Brien
Veronica Lai Mrs. & Mr. Doug Martin Ioan Ochsner
Mike & Teri Landin Jordan & Veda Ofseyer
Cheryl & Rick Lantz & Family Ella Ohana
Robert & Mary Larsen Suzanne J. & Robert B. Carolyn & Richard O’Linn
Larson Jones Family Trust Diane Oliver
Marilyn Lazarus Martin James Onorato
Arlette Lea Jason & Suzanne Marion Oppenheimer
Ann & Rogel Joe Lee Sandie Ovesen & Michael
Laura Lou Lee Marcarian Matthews
Lisa Lefkovitz Carolyn & Clayton Mayes Cohen
Tony & Jeanne Lehman Ken Maxwell & Dick Barbara S. & Robert N.
Estelle Leib
Redman Paget
Edeltraud McCarthy Pat & Ray Paige
Fay McClung Joyce Palmer
Deanne J. McCorkle Pamela Pandza
Alona McFarland
Eugene G. McGuire
Ruetschi Maja MD

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Library Donors 1995-Present

Bernadette Paradis Young Lai & David Thom & Iris Smotrich
Joan Parmelee Rothenstein Marilyn Smythe
Colleen & David Pascale Charles & Patricia Snyder
Dare H. Paul Kay & Bill Rountree Debbie Spencer
Roberta Peters Jones Cynthia E. & Harry A. Barbara Stabler
Elaine & Martin Pearlman Judith & Julian Stahl
Luana & Robert Pearson Rubin Linda Starr
Carol & Allen Plone Diane Rubin Robert & Joyce Starr
Bruce & Mary Pons Carol Rudy Stuart Starr
Sandy & John Powell Marcia Rutledge Jerry & Carol Stein
Bettsy & Wally Preble Adele Ruxton Rick & Marcia Stein
Pauline Prickett Fred & Diane Sagan Shari & Marc Stewart
Margaret & Allen Pusch Forbes Jane Saltonstall Howard & Gail Stone
Neil & Lisa Quateman Rhoda & Peter Samuels Jackie Story
Gloria Quirk The Faye & Herman Bruce Strathdee
Andrea Raft Heidi Studer
Sue Rappaport Sarkowsky Charitable Patti & Dick Stumbaugh
Cynthia W. Rathbun Fund Maureen & Donald
Marlys Raymer Richard & Virginia Saville
Joan & Jon Reed George & Cressey Sayre Sullivan
Patricia & Richard Reed Doris & William Scanlin Dominick & Jr. Joanne
Lois Reese Phyllis & Gary Schahet
Lois & Les Reese Herbert & Renee Summa
Nancy Reid Schneider James Sutton
Francine & Bernard Jackie Schroeder Arlene Swartz
Zelda & Paul Schwartz Barbara Sylvor-Marks
Reizner Dallas S. Scott Lucy Tagmyer
Yvonne & Mitchell Relin Helen & George Sears Jean Tankevsky & Andrew
Faith Rendell Sandra & Paul Seideman
Terry Rhoads Cynthia Selberg Johnson
Linda & Emanuel Rider Barbara & Norman Irene & Don Tarnowski
Richard Ridgeway Sepenuk Phyllis Tarnutzer
Bill Riesen Anneruth & Jerold Serman Debbie Taylor
Jeannie & Arthur Rivkin Katherine & Dr. Parvin Karen Techner
Clint Rodenberg Shah Betty & Cornell Teoman
Don & Ann Rogers Penny Shaw MaryLou Thun
Vincent Romano Barbara Sherman Bruce Tjampiris
Ruth & Theodore Romer Aune Nan Shipp Ladda Toelkes
Gary E. Roof Judith M. & Rodney C. T.A. Toussoun
Carolee Rosenberg Shroyer Charles Townsend
Lawrence Rosenberg Josh & Marilyn Shubin Perry Trester
Marion & Robert Marvin Siegel Nan & Peter Tynberg
Clyde E. Simms Sharyn Udell McKee
Rosenthal Linda Sinclair Craig Vickers
Nancy & David Rosenthal Irv & Elaine Sitron Robert Victor
Janet M. Slawson Alvena & Steve Wagner
Mary Small Dianne Walker
Jennifer & Don Smith

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Library Donors 1995-Present

Susan Walpert Ayco Charitable Swami Dolin
Dee & Joseph Wambaugh Foundation William & Jan Dorsey
Steve & Lynne Thieu Duong
Janet & Jerry Banks E. & H. Chernis
Washington Joseph Bartush
Paula E. Watson Kay Bell Foundation
Beverly & Richard Kenneth Bernotas Bruce Ettinger
Dorothy Lyons Berns Fidelity Chairtable Gift
Weagley Morris & Ruth Beschloss
E.E. Weaver Mary Ellen & Cooper Fund
Edwin Weinberg Joan & John Firmage
Judith Weingruber Blanton Norman Forrester & Bill
Harris & Rosa Weinstein Charmaine Blatt
Brenda & Roger Robert Borns Griffin
Lyndsy Bowcott The Foundation for Jewish
Weinstock Linda Bray
Randy & Sharon Weiss Dennis & Tere Britton Philanthropies
Anton Welder William & Gloria Burch Andrea Best & Calvin Fox
Yvonne & Richard Virginia & Richard Byrd Diane Fox
Joseph Cantrell Elaine Frank
Werttemberger Jean Carrus Marian Frenkel
Elizabeth West Castle Foundation Inc. Geri Friedman
Bates Westerberg Margery Chapman Christina Gantz
Barbara & Michael Wexler William F. Coan Carolyn & Robert
Larry & Barbara White Coeta & Donald Barker
James & Cynthia Williams Goldberg
Karen Williams Foundation Dorothy Goldstein
Susan & Bruce Winthrop Edward & Eva Cohon Beverly Rubens Gordon
Leslie & Keith Woods Clifton Cole & Scott Vicki & Herb Grayson
Richard Woolley The Greater Cincinnati
Deryl Word Smith
Irving Yaeurbaum Valerie & Kyle Coltman Foundation
Marilyn & Robert Yassin Lee Comisar Gary & Maria Greenwald
Bette & John Yee Sally Contant Marcy & Ron Gregory
Doug Young Robert Cook Shirley & Earl Greif
Bill & Ellen Yuracko Pat & Arthur Coombs Deborah Grindall
Janet & James Zampetti Caroline Cooperman Paul Hagle
Helen Zimmerman Robert & Cynthia Cramer Kay Hanson
Barbara & Marc Peggy Cravens Dan & Joan Hauserman
Carole Cushmore Dr. Bettie A. Henry
Zuckerman Carol & Raleigh DeBow Diana Herkimer
Joseph & Ann DeLuca The Brian & Patricia A.
Lifetime Members Sally Cherry Dempsey
Elizabeth Demyanek Herman Fund
Kaye & L.E. Alford Lester Deutsch Helen Herman & Jack
Bernice & Paul Alloy Catherine Devine
Shirley Alton-Chapnick Salli Dick Talan
Marjorie & Richard Gerard & Diane Dirkx Mario & Rosemary
Joan Dodge
Ameny Hernandez
Jean Arley Vicki & Dana Hobart
Auen Foundation Barbara Hochberg
Horner Family Foundation
Jim Houston
Larry Hudack

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Library Donors 1995-Present

Marjorie W. Hyman Benard Myerson Mitchell Simon
Marie Jackson Virginia & Graydon Roy & Linda Sinclair
Jerre Jennings Ruth & Al Siteman
Michael Craft Johnson Nichols Gordon Smale
Tom Johnson Doris & Robert O’Neill Mary Small
Judy Peck Foundation Claudette R Pais Claire Smith
Beatrice & Victor Kane Barbara Palm Roger Sorensen
Lily Kanter Bernadette Paradis Edna Spaulding
Katherine J. Andrews Sanford Paris Francie Y. Brown Spears
Paul L. Newman - Linda Starr
Foundation Donald & Wanda Stein
Linda & Edward Kazazian Newman’s Own Stephen Philibosian
Susan King Dorothy Paulson
Richard Kite Evert & Norma Person Foundation
Irene Koch Joann & Gifford Phillips Jackie Story
Margaret Koster Lou & Faye Phillips Joanne & Dominick
Paula & Vern Kozlen Al & Dolly Piano
Michael & Patricia George Plavec Summa Jr.
Patrick M. Pratt Ruth Tallman
Kremin Barry Ralph & Curtis Judith Tamkin
William Kroonen Israel Tapick
Pat Bush Kruse Ringness Ralph Tash
Dorothy Kulvin Helen Reinsch Edward Thayer
L. & I. Barnett Charitable Don Reuben The Three Sisters
Mary & Charles Rich
Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Bart Rivin Foundation
Steve Lachs & Michael Diane Robertson Ladda Toelkes
Janice Davis Robson T.A. Toussoun
Ruvo Ann & Don Rogers Lowell Trask
Ellie Lavin Diane Roland Jean Viereck
Michael G. McCafferty Carolee Rosenberg Roen Viscovich
Edeltraud & Patrick Susan & Robert Rossi Mary Jo Meade Wallace
Rotary Club of Rancho Joseph & Dee Wambaugh
McCarthy Virginia Waring
Juanita & Cliff Mirage Frank R. Warren
Helen Ruvelas E.E. Weaver
McCormick Richard Sara Eric & Evelene Wechsler
Don McIntosh Virginia & Richard Saville Thomas & Lainie Weil
Vivian McIntosh Nancy & Marty Weill Family Trust
Lucy Meepos Rosella Weissman
Lou Mello Schechtman Meg Whitcomb
Ruth & Arnold Meltsner Seymour Schlesinger Lewis & Patricia Whitney
Carole Seifer Miller Judith & Donald Sandra Woodson
Cheryl & Jim Miller Drs. Jane & Morton
Dr. Charles M. Monell & Schliessman
Janice Schmid Woolley
Dr. Gerald E. Benston Richard & Mary Schneller Eilean Wuhl
Jerome Morgan Jean Scripps M. J. Young
Edith Morrey Lenore Shapiro
Lyn Chernis & Dr. Bob Sheldon Revocable Trust
Nan Aune Shipp
Cindy & Morris Muscatel

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Date Time Description
July 3
July 6 11am-12pm Summer Reading Club Big Show: Best Bubble Parties
July 9
July 10 11am-1pm Summer Reading Club Kids Movie: Sherlock Gnomes
July 12
July 13 2-3:30pm Film: Docu-Mondays presents Advanced Style
July 13
Jul 13 11am-12pm Summer Reading Club Big Show: John Abram's Animal Magic
July 16
July 17 2-4:30pm Film: Contact
July 20
10-11:30am Book Discussion Group: Tell Tale
July 23
11am-1pm Summer Reading Club Kids Movie: Peter Rabbit
July 24
July 26 1-3pm Summer Reading Club Teen Movie: A Quiet Place
July 27
July 27 2-3:30pm Film: Docu-Mondays presents Jazz on a Summer's Day
July 30
11am-12pm Summer Reading Club Big Show: Dino Encounters

11am-1pm Summer Reading Club Kids Movie: WALL-E

2-3:45pm Film: Docu-Mondays presents Encounters at the End of
the World

11am-12pm Summer Reading Club Big Show: Christopher T. Magician

7-8pm Lecture: Jupiter—The King of the Planets

11am-1pm Summer Reading Club Kids Movie: Leap!

1-3pm Summer Reading Club Teen Movie: Ready Player One

2-3:45pm Film: Docu-Mondays presents The Queen of Versailles

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July 31 11am-12pm Summer Reading Club Big Show: Dance Party Finale with
Christy Lane

Aug 3 11am-1pm Summer Reading Club Kids Movie: Despicable Me 3

Aug 6 2-3:30pm Film: Docu-Mondays presents Kedi

Aug 9 2-4pm Film: Passengers

Aug 10 10-11:30am Book Discussion Group: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Aug 13 2-3:30pm Film: Docu-Mondays presents Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill

Aug 20 2-3:30pm Film: Docu-Mondays presents Walking the Camino

Aug 23 7-8pm Lecture: Red Sky at Noon, Life’s Boon? An Examination of
Red Dwarfs

Aug 27 2-3:45pm Film: Docu-Mondays presents The Endless Summer

Sept 5 5:30-7pm Family Night: Mikey Mike’s Zoo Yoga

Sept 6 2-4pm Film: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

Sept 7 10-11:30am Book Discussion Group: Born a Crime

Sept 19 TBD Speak Like a Pirate Day

Sept 19 7-8:30pm Music: OperaArts presents Passion! Operatic Love Affairs?

Sept 20 3-6pm RMWF Film Club presents The Longest Day

Sept 20 7-8pm Lecture: Here Comes the Sun—The Surface of the Sun and
Space Weather

Sept 26 5-6pm Kid’s LEGO Club

Pink color indicates Observatory programming.

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