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Published by City of Rancho Mirage Public Library, 2017-03-23 15:58:43

2017 April - June Program & Exhibits Guide

City of Rancho Mirage Public Library

Welcome to the Rancho Mirage Public Library…

This program guide is your invitation to enjoy a broad range of events that
fits a Library that is also a cultural center.

You will find:
Film Screenings
Concerts
Lectures
Book Discussions
Stories and crafts for Children
and much more

You are beginning to see the construction of the Rancho Mirage Observatory
in our west parking lot. This is an exciting project that promises to offer very
high level science programming for all ages beginning later this year or
early in 2018.

We apologize for any disruption and, at times, limits on Library parking.
However, the Observatory will be an addition to the Library campus that
will bring the learning opportunities and future of our City to the very
highest levels.

We are in a golden era for the Library and for Rancho Mirage.

There is much to be enjoyed at the Rancho Mirage Public Library… and
YOU are invited!

David Bryant, Library Director

Note: Any changes to this schedule, including additional programs, will be announced on our website ranchomiragelibrary.org
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 webmaster@ranchomiragelibrary.org.
Cover Image: “Teddy Bear Cholla” photograph by Doug Dolde.

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Community Showcase LIBRARY
HOURS
Palm Springs Writers Guild................................................................ 4
Poetry Workshops................................................................................. 4 Monday – Tuesday
Book Discussion Group....................................................................... 4 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Wednesday
Lectures 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Wildflowers in the Desert................................................................... 5 Thursday – Saturday
Palm Springs Art Museum................................................................. 5 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Closed Sundays
Film
Holiday Closure
Soundies Film Night............................................................................. 6 Memorial Day
Foreign Language Film Series ......................................................... 6 Monday, May 29

Music City of Rancho Mirage
Public Library ©
Sonia Lee, Margaret Irwin-Brandon, Harpsichords .................. 7
Danny Holt, Pianist .............................................................................. 7 71-100 Hwy 111
Gustavo Romero & Massimo Somenzi .......................................... 8 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
Steinway Society’s Festival Winners’ Concert.............................. 8
Palm Springs Opera Guild.................................................................. 9 Tel: (760) 341-7323
Ken Dahleen and His Big Band Staff............................................... 9 Fax: (760) 341-5213

Tech Talk librarian@ranchomiragelibrary.org
www.ranchomiragelibrary.org
Tech Tuesdays.......................................................................................11 3

Kids, Teens & Familes

Storytimes..............................................................................................12
Family Nights........................................................................................12
Kids Book Discussion Group............................................................13
LEGO Club.............................................................................................13
Teen Tech Night...................................................................................13
Children & Teen Movies.....................................................................14


Book Discussion Group

The Library’s book discussion
group meets on the second
Friday of each month. For more
information, send an email to
valentinel@ranchomiragelibrary.org.

Palm Springs Writers Guild Friday, April 14, 10 – 11:30 a.m.
Everyone is welcome to attend The Marriage of Opposites
the Writers Guild monthly by Alice Hoffman
meetings at the Library. For Friday, May 12, 10 – 11:30 a.m.
more information, please visit The Secret Chord
www.palmspringswritersguild.org. by Geraldine Brooks
Friday, June 9, 10 – 11:30 a.m.
Saturday, April 1, 2 – 4 p.m. Everything I Never Told You
April is Poetry Month by Celeste Ng
Multi-published poet Dorothea
Bisbas will speak on the art form. All of our Library programs in the
Community Room will have Gold
Saturday, May 6 Card Seating, assuring early entry
Day of New Works seating for Rancho Mirage residents
The focus will be on the Guild’s annual and donors. The general public will
writing contest winners be admitted fifteen minutes before
these events begin, usually finding
Saturday, June 3 good seating as well.
TBD
Library Gold Cards will be issued
Poetry Workshops to Rancho Mirage residents,
Weekly Sessions on Wednesdays, Library Volunteers, Library
April – June, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Donors contributing $100 or more
per individual, Library Donors
Poets interested in assignments, contributing $200 or more per
critiques, and readings are invited to couple and Lifetime Members of
join Dorothea Bisbas, City of Rancho the Library Foundation. All Gold
Mirage Public Library Poet Laureate. Cards are subject to renewal in
The goal of these workshops is January 2018.
to encourage poetry based on
personal experiences, language,
and insights. More advanced poets
share their techniques, including
revision and details about getting
poetry published.

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This is a Gold Card Event This is a Gold Card Event

Professor Kurt Leuschner Palm Springs Art Museum
Lecture Series at RMPL
Wednesday, April 5, 2 – 3 p.m.
Join us for a lively lecture series
Wildflowers in the Desert featuring artists, curators, designers,
and culture makers in discussions
With all the rain it’s a great year to related to innovative exhibitions
be looking for wildflowers. Professor and programs at the Palm Springs
Kurt Leuschner will present a colorful Art Museum. The series is curated
showcase of the wildflowers that by Leonardo Bravo, the Museum’s
occur in and around the Coachella Director of Education and Public
Valley. Learn where to go and see Programs.
them before they’re all gone!
Sant Khalsa
Kurt Leuschner is a Professor of Tuesday, April 11, 2 – 3 p.m.
Natural Resources at College of the
Desert where he teaches courses Artist Sant Khalsa introduces her
on Conservation, Entomology, Field photo-based works focused on the
Ornithology, Native Plants, and theme of water and its relationship to
GPS Navigation. Kurt also teaches the American West.
weekend courses and workshops
on birdwatching, insects, GPS, Alexandra Grant
and backyard habitats for UCR Tuesday, May 16, 2 – 3 p.m.
Extension, the Desert Institute, the
Desert Studies Center, and the Living Artist Alexandra Grant will share
Desert. His latest research project her painting and social practice in
involves the sound recording of relationship to the Museum’s Women
Scrub-Jays. of Abstract Expressionism exhibition.

This program is made possible by a generous
gift from Marc & Shari Stewart.

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This is a Gold Card Event This is a Gold Card Event

Christopher Perry Presents Jason Bruecks Presents: Foreign
Soundies Film Night Language Film Series

Wednesday, April 19, 6:30 – 8 p.m. Film historian Jason Bruecks
continues his screening of films
“Soundies” were short 3-minute films that have won the Academy Award
of various 1940s-era jazz, swing, big for Best Foreign Language Film, a
band and blues performers. These category established in 1957.
16mm films were used in a special
jukebox called “The Panoram.” Day for Night (1973)
When a quarter was inserted into Monday, May 8, 2 – 4 p.m.
the machine, a film image appeared
on a glass screen and featured a This Francois Truffaut film depicts
performance of one of the popular a director struggling to complete a
musical artists of the day. movie while coping with a myriad of
crises, personal and professional,
During this evening’s performance, among the cast and crew. (French
numerous vintage Soundies will be with English Subtitles.)
projected onto the big screen. Count
on seeing filmed performances of Amarcord (1974)
such artists as Count Basie, Louis Monday, May 15, 2 – 4 p.m.
Jordan, Les Brown & Doris Day,
Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington, Stan This Federico Fellini film is a series
Kenton and more. The presentation of comedic and nostalgic vignettes
will, of course, feature live musical set in a 1930s Italian coastal town.
accompaniment. Join film historian (Italian with English subtitles.)
Christopher Perry on this journey
into America’s musical past. It’s sure Dersu Uzala (1975)
to be memorable!. Monday, May 22, 2 – 4:30 p.m.

Set in the forests of Eastern Siberia
at the turn of the century, this film
portrays a friendship that grows
between an aging hunter and a
Russian surveyor. (Russian with
English subtitles.)

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This is a Gold Card Event This is a Gold Card Event

Sonia Lee, Margaret Irwin- Danny Holt, Pianist
Brandon, Harpsichords Wednesday, April 12, 7 – 8 p.m.

Tuesday, April 4, 7 – 8 p.m. Pianist Danny Holt has been called
“exceptional” by the Los Angeles
Dueling Harpsichords: “Tango, Times, and The Record (Waterloo,
Fandango and Sarabande” Ontario) described him as “the
classical music equivalent of an
Join acclaimed harpsichordists Sonia extreme sports athlete.” He brings
Lee and Margaret Irwin-Brandon for his boundless energy and wit to
a rare two-harpsichord performance of performances of classical repertoire
Piazzolla’s Four Seasons, Boccherini’s as well as music by the composers
Fandango and more. of today. Mr. Holt’s program will
highlight lesser-known works
Arcadia Players Artistic Director Emerita including Brahms’ lively Variations on
Margaret Irwin-Brandon, a specialist in a Hungarian Lied, an obscure Mozart
early keyboard instruments, is a concert sonata movement, and works by
recitalist in the Americas and Europe. composers often overshadowed by
Her harpsichord performances of J.S. their more famous relatives: C.P.E.
Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier in New Bach, Franz Xaver Mozart, Clara
York’s Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall Schumann, and Fanny Mendelssohn.
were received with critical acclaim. She
has been a soloist in many European International Classical Concerts
and American festivals. of the Desert
Saturday, April 8, 3 – 5 p.m.
Currently serving as the President
of the Historical Keyboard Society Vassily Primakov, Pianist
of North America, scholar-performer Last concert of the season. Single
Sonia Lee maintains an international tickets $25. For tickets or information,
schedule that covers four continents. call (760) 416-5355.
Her performances have been praised by
critics as “nicely rendered” (Early Music
America Magazine) and “full of elegance
and expression” (Cleveland Classical).

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This is a Gold Card Event This is a Gold Card Event

Gustavo Romero & Massimo Steinway Society’s 13th Annual
Somenzi Festival Winners Contest

Tuesday, April 25, 7 – 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 10, 7 – 8 p.m.

Four-Hand Piano Concert The Steinway Society of Riverside
County presents the winners of the
Concert pianist Gustavo Romero 13th Annual Festival Competition in
is internationally renowned for his concert. Winners range from 7 to 17
exceptional technical brilliance and years of age.
interpretive depth and has gained
an acclaimed reputation for his The Steinway Society of Riverside
commitment to in-depth exploration County and Coachella Valley
of a wide variety of composers. was founded in 2002 to promote
excellence in piano performance,
Massimo Somenzi is a native of bring music into schools and
Venice, Italy, where he teaches encourage music education at all
while sustaining his concert career levels, provide financial awards
throughout Europe and abroad. His through competitions, and provide
extensive concert activity includes music lessons for deserving children.
not only appearances as a soloist
but also with orchestra and chamber
music ensembles.

The year 2005 marked the first
occasion these accomplished
pianists first combined their
respective talents to perform
complete works for four hands and
two hands. This evening, they will
focus on the works of composer
Franz Schubert.

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This is a Gold Card Event This is a Gold Card Event

Palm Springs Opera Guild Ken Dahleen and His Big Band
Staff
Saturday, May 20, 3 – 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 24, 7 – 8 p.m.
Opera: The Nuts and Bolts of
the Art Form A Salute to Patriotism

This 90-minute performance is a Ken Dahleen and his Big Band
demonstration recital/rehearsal Staff return with some rousing Big
featuring the debut of the 2017 Palm Band music just in time for Memorial
Springs Opera Guild in-school Day. The Band will play a selection
outreach program. Never before of tunes from Ken’s patriotic book.
performed in public, this program You’re likely to hear such songs
represents the Opera Guild’s 12th as: A Patriotic Medley; American
exciting year in partnership with the Patrol; Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy;
Palm Springs Unified School District. Stars and Stripes Forever; Thanks
There will be five top-notch operatic for The Memories; This Land; When
artists from the Guild performing Johnny Comes Marching Home
a full program in two acts. Pianist Again; among others. Mark it on your
Constance Gordy will accompany calendar!
them. Andrew Eisenmann, PSOG
Artistic Director and Nathan van
Arsdale, PSOG Outreach Lead/Bass
will emcee the event.

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Douglas Dolde He regularly shows and sells his
work at the 29 Palms Gallery in 29
Doug was born in South Bend, Palms, Borrego Art Institute in Borrego
Indiana in 1947. He received his BS Springs, JTAG in Joshua Tree, and the
degree in mathematics from Indiana Desert Art Center in Palm Springs, all
University in 1970. in California.

He has been photographing the He considers a total workflow from
landscape of the American West capturing the image to producing and
since 2001. He began with 4x5 inch framing the final print as essential in
transparency film, and currently uses producing a fine art piece of the highest
a Phase One IQ180 eighty megapixel quality possible. In addition to printing
medium format digital system. his own work, he handcrafts his frames
from hardwoods such as quarter sawn
His work has won several awards at white oak, Macassar Ebony, Cocobolo
the 29 Palms Gallery, Escondido Art Rosewood, and Padauk.
Association, Sedona Arts Center, and
San Diego Museum of Natural History.

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TECH TUESDAYS

Have you heard about getting free eBooks, eAudiobooks,
eMagazines, and films from the Library, and want to learn
more? Or do you want to research your family tree for free?
Do you have questions about how to use the Library’s Catalog?
Or maybe you would like to learn more about our digital

magazines and newspapers. Get your questions
answered and pick up tips and tricks.

eBooks & eAudiobooks for iPad eBooks & eAudiobooks for
and iPhone Users Kindle Devices
Tuesday, April 11, 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 23, 3 p.m.

Register online or at the Information Register online or at the Information
Desk. Desk.

Zinio and Press Reader Heritage Quest
Tuesday, April 25, 3 p.m. Tuesday, June 6, 3 p.m.
Digital Magazine and Newspaper
Resources. Genealogy Tools—Ancestry and
Heritage Quest databases.
Library Catalog & Novelist Plus
Tuesday, May 9, 3 p.m.
Learn tips and tricks for searching
the library’s catalog and how to use
Novelist Plus to help you find your
next favorite author.

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AtoZ Databases LawDepot
The Premier Job Search, Reference, Unlimited access to thousands of legal
& Mailing List Database, including 30 forms across all categories, including
million business & executive profiles Real Estate, Business, Human
& 220 million residents. Ideal for sales Resources, Family, and more.
leads mailing lists, market research,
employment opportunities, finding Mango Languages
friends and relatives, and much more! Online language learning program
offering courses in 63 languages. You
Axis 360 can also learn language and culture
Downloadable eBooks and eAudio- through feature films.
books. This collection features
children’s picture books, easy readers, NoveList Plus
juvenile fiction, and teen fiction. The Librarian’s secret to finding great
books. NoveList Plus offers reading
Brainfuse recommendations and information
Free online homework help for grade about books that includes expert
school students and online learning recommendations, reviews, articles,
assistance for adult learners through lists, and more.
one-to-one homework help, state-
aligned skills building, test preparation, OneClickdigital
and writing assistance. Download digital audiobooks from
OneClickdigital. The collection
Credo Online includes approximately 3,000
Reference books online for you. Take adult titles and over 900 children’s
a look at the books included under and young adult titles. Additional
“Find a Book,” or browse the subjects titles are added each quarter.
to narrow your search. Besides having
Encyclopedias and Dictionaries, PressReader
Credo also has Bilingual Dictionaries, Connecting people through news.
Measurement Conversions, and a Thousands of newspapers available
Crossword Solver. from around the world. PressReader
delivers the world’s newspapers and
CultureGrams magazines to millions of readers
The perfect resource to prepare you wherever they live, travel, work or play.
as a true world citizen. Concise reports
and multimedia give you the unique,
intimate details of each country’s
customs, traditions, and daily life.

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STORYTIMES FAMILY NIGHTS

The Library presents four age-specific First Wednesday of each month.
storytimes each week.
Camp Out with Your Teddy and
Tiny Tot Tales – ages 1 to 3 Jammies
April 5, 5:30 – 7 p.m.
Tuesdays, 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Come sing camp fire songs, make
crafts, listen to camp stories and eat
Wednesdays at 10 a.m. some Smore’s cookies out on the
Children’s Room Patio.
Lively songs, fingerplays, action
rhymes, flannel board stories, and Held in the Children’s Outdoor Amphitheater.
books, followed by a coloring activity,
delight the young ones ages one to Desert Symphony
three. Younger siblings are welcome. May 3, 5:30 – 7 p.m.
This 25-minute storytime begins An ensemble of eight musicians along
promptly at 10 a.m. Since space with the Symphony’s Music Director
is limited to the first 25 people, we will open the door to understanding and
suggest families arrive early. appreciating classical music through
performance and demonstration.
June 1 through
August 31, Held in the Community Room.
Tuesday storytime
will only be held Summer Reading Club Preview
at 10 a.m. and June 7, 5:30 – 7 p.m.
there will be no Be one of the first to sign up for our
storytime on new Summer Reading Club “Reading
Wednesday. by Design.” The theme celebrates
the creativity of authors, illustrators,
Preschool Stories builders, inventors, artists and
and Me – ages 3 to 5 architects. It inspires readers to explore
their own creativity and design new
Thursdays at 10 a.m. worlds for themselves. Also, make sure
to pick up a calendar and check out the
Engaging stories, songs, and active new times for our Big Show and events
rhymes captivate the imagination of for the summer.
children ages three to five. Coloring
sheets and simple crafts round out Held in the Children’s Room.
the themed storytime experience. This
30-minute storytime begins promptly
at 10 a.m. Since space is limited to the
first 25 people, we suggest families
arrive early.

Each session is held in the Children’s Room.

Each session begins promptly on designated
days. We suggest that participants arrive early
so that all can benefit from the total experience
and minimize disruptions.

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DISCKUISDSSI’OBNOGOKROUP LEGO CLUB

Second Monday of each month. Fourth Wednesday of every month.
Register at the Children’s Desk and 5 – 6 p.m.
pick up a copy of the book while
supplies last. Held in the Children’s Room.

Held in the Storytime Room. Build with us! Each month there’ll be a
suggested theme. It’s up to you whether
Old Wolf your creation reflects that theme or your
by Avi own creative expression. Work alone
April 10, 4 – 5 p.m. or in a group. You’ll have 45 minutes
A novel about the predator and its prey. for building, 5 minutes to clean up and
A riveting and suspenseful novel from 10 minutes to show off your work. We’ll
Newbery Medalist Avi. Part survival display the creations until next month. For
story and part coming-of-age tale, told kids ages five and up; five to eight year
from the alternating points of view of olds must be accompanied by an adult.
two hunters: Nashoba, an aging wolf,
and Casey, a 13-year-old country boy. April 26 Animals
May 24 Music
Party and Summer Reading June 28 Let’s Go to the Beach
Club Plans
May 8, 4 – 5 p.m. TEEN TECH NIGHTS

Come find out about the Summer This program takes place Wednesdays
Reading Program before everyone from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. for the ages of
else! We will be doing some very 12 to 17. Registration is required for
exciting things this summer and the each session. Supplies are limited.
Staff can’t wait to tell you all about it.
Held in the Storytime Room.

Solar Bugs
Wednesday, May 17, 4:30 – 6 p.m.
Come design your own solar bug
using a 2 volt solar cell. Once placed
in the sun, your solar bug will vibrate
across the floor.

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MOVIES FOR CHILDREN MOVIES FOR TEENS

Monday – Friday April 10, 12, & 14, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m..
April 10 – 14, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Held in the Community Room.
Held in the Community Room.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for
Secret Life of Pets Peculiar Children
Monday, April 10 Monday, April 10

Moana Fantastic Beasts and Where to
Tuesday, April 11 Find Them
Wednesday, April 12
Finding Dory
Wednesday, April 12 Nerve
Friday, April 14
SING
Thursday, April 13

Trolls
Friday, April 14

1st Annual PeepsRANCHO MIRAGE DioramaPUBLIC LIBRARCY ontest

Depict your favorite book characters using
marshmallow chicks and rabbits!

Everyone is welcome to participate—there will be 4 age
categories. Sign-ups begin April 1st at the Children’s Desk.
One entry per person. Final submission date is April 22nd.

Judging begins April 26th.
Contest winners will be announced on April 28th.

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Literary
LegacyCREATE YOUR

Each day, over 1,000 of your neighbors visit and enjoy the Rancho Mirage Public
Library. 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, David Bryant at 760-341-7323, ext. 700 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,
Diane Sagan, Foundation Chair

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INFO

Library Donors 1995-Present

Founder Visionary President & Mrs. Gerald
$100,000 and above $25,000-$49,999 R. Ford

The Annenberg Katherine J. Andrews Elaine Frank
Foundation Foundation Carol & Larry Jones
Richard Kite
The Auen Foundation Joseph A. Bartush Mr. & Mrs. G. Teryl Koch
The Coeta and Donald Donald &Peggy Cravens Mr. Sidney Laub
Roy E. Crummer Martin, Kayla, Noah,
Barker Foundation
Janet C. & Charles E. Foundation Bella & Alexandra Lax
The Family of Walter & James Kelley and Joseph
Barker
H.N. & Frances C. Berger Elizabeth Demyanek Lund
The Brian & Patricia A. Arlette & Don Lea
Foundation George Lee and Scott
Sally Contant Herman Fund
Friends of the Rancho Jim & Jackie Lee Houston Roberts
City of Indian Wells Michael G. McCafferty
Mirage Public Library Roberta Peters Jones Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Morgan
J.W. & Ida M. Jameson Edeltraud & Patrick Doris & Robert O’Neill
Barbara Palm
Foundation McCarthy Dr. S. Jerome & Judith D.
Fred & Mary Leydorf Don McIntosh
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald D. DeeAnn & Larry Nichols Tamkin
Rotary Club of Rancho T.A. & Joani Toussoun
Marsee Nancy B. Watson
The City of Rancho Mirage
Anita B. & Howard S. Sponsor
Mirage $5,000-$9,999
Helen Reinsch Richmond Foundation
Reinsch Family Memorial Iris & Thom Smotrich Barbara & Roderick Barr
Ladda Toelkes Stanley Baumblatt
Benefactor Mary Ellen & Cooper
$50,000-$99,999 Partner
$10,000-$24,999 Blanton
Agua Caliente Band of David Bryant
Cahuilla Indians Anonymous Dr. & Mrs. Sonia
Janet & Jerry Banks
Castle Foundation Inc. Bartush Family Campbell
Dr. Maurice & Laine Valerie & Kyle Coltman
Foundation Nancy & Thomas
Falstein Dorothy Lyons Berns
Dr. Charles M. Monell & Linda Bray Cunningham
William F. Coan Diane Fox
Dr. Gerald E. Benston The Deutsch Foundation Joyce & Henry Freund
Dr. Charles M. Monell Jarka & Martin Dolemo Karlene & Richard Garber
Jeanne & Charles Parrish Elyse & David Fleming Kay Hanson
Arthur Strickman Dr. Bettie A. Henry honors

David Alan Henry
Linda & Edward Kazazian

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INFO

Library Donors 1995-Present

Paula & Vern Kozlen Associate Shirley & Earl Greif
M. & L. Leibowitz $2,000-$4,999 Paul Hagle
Boyd Haigler
Charitable Trust Kaye & L.E. Alford Joseph Harris
Suzanne & Jason Bernice & Paul Alloy Vicki & Dana Hobart
Isabel & Lawrence Barnett Larry Hudack
Matthews Ms. Olga Jane Battisti Marie Jackson
Fay McClung June Beeler Michael Craft Johnson
Juanita & Cliff Kay Bell Tom Johnson
Rebecca & Jack Benaroya Dr. & Mrs. W. David
McCormick Robert Borns
Kevin McGuire Ken Bourgidnon Jones
Lyn Chernis & Dr. Bob Lyndsy Bowcott JP Morgan
Beth & George Briggs Beatrice & Victor Kane
Morris Lois Buell Tom & Claire Kane
Patty & Arthur Newman Dr. & Mrs. Richard Byrd Louise Kermode
Paul Newman Jean Carrus Susan King
Doris & Robert O’Neill The Champions Volunteer Gerry & Martin Koffman
Claudette Pais Ellie Lavin
Dorothy Begg Parker Foundation Ralph W. Leatherby
Mary Patrick Jo & Tom Chapman for Irving & Dorothy Levy
Rancho Mirage Country Lorna Lewis
Great Books Tom Lutgen
Club Charity Challenge, Inc. Sharon W. Lynch
Mary & Charles Rich Lee Comisar Gerald Macenas
Diane S. Robertson Susan Cook JoAnn & Fred
Luis Cordero
Charitable Foundation David & Sue Cummings Mackenbach
Susan & Robert Rossi Janet Daggatt Margaret McPharlin
Richard Sara Wilbur Daniel Lucy & Ron Meepos
Virginia & Richard Saville Carol & Raleigh DeBow Ruth & Arnold Meltsner
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Smale Catherine Devine Cheryl & Jim Miller
The Stack Foundation Salli Dick Gordon Moller & Charles
Joanne & Dominick Norman Edwards
Ted FioRito Jr Townsend
Summa Jr. Barbara & Robert Fremont Norma Monty
Three Sisters Foundation Andrea Best & Calvin Fox In Memory of Kitty Moore
Vanguard Charitable Carolyn & Robert Cindy & Morris Muscatel
Benard Myerson
Foundation Goldberg Lori & Dick Nelson
Robert Walker and Ernest Dorothy Goldstein Roland Nobis
Arline Greenblatt Northern Trust Bank
Phinney Marcy & Ron Gregory
Weinstein Family

Foundation
Wells Fargo
Ruth White
Drs. Jane & Dr. Morton

Woolley
Eilean Wuhl

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Library Donors 1995-Present

Palm Springs Writers Scholars Paul & Ardis Huizenga
Guild $1,000 – $1,999 Ed Hutten
Marie Jackson
Lou & Faye Phillips Marjorie & Richard Louise Kermode
Dr. & Mrs. Michael Platt Ameny Michael & Patricia
George Plavec
S. L. Protess Anderson Travel Kremin
Rancho Mirage Womans Edward Anixter William Kroonen
Robert Armstrong Dorothy Kulvin
Club Beth Arterberry Ladies Golf Ass’n of the
Penny & Bart Rivin Brian Baxenden
Ann & Don Rogers Babette “Babs” Bay Springs
Buddy Rogers Borax Family Charitable Sonia & Seymour
Elaine & Leonard
Fund Levinthal
Rosenbaum Chuck & Cynthia Bowling Wendy Portman Lewis
Marcia Rutledge Arla Brown The Harold A Linstone
Jean Scripps Grady Bruce
Dr. Pravin & Katherine Gail & Alfred Bryman Trust
Ivan Budd Literary Society of the
Shah Elizabeth Campbell
Nan Aune Shipp Clifton Cole and Scott Desert
Hortense Singer Natalie Marcus
Ruth & Al Siteman Smith Eileen Mason
Mary Small Karen Comeau Michael & Ogniana
Edna Spaulding Luis Cordero
The Springs Community Robert & Cynthia Cramer Masser
Donald & Nancy Delaski Ken Maxwell and Dick
Association Joseph & Ann DeLuca
Harold Staw E. R. Dumke Redman
Marc & Shari Stewart Carolyn Ehrler Lou Mello
Union Bank of California Phillip & Ruth Elwell Patrice Merritt
Willis Urick, Jr. Florence Finer Frida & Jack Milowsky
Pat & Milton Vaughn Helene Galen Gordon Moller
Frank R. Warren Harry Gill Murrey Morrow and
Washington Mutual Bank Mim Gottschalk
Wechsler Foundation Gary & Maria Greenwald Judith Widmer
Ted & Jenny Weill Downey Grosenbaugh Moss & Company
In Memory of my husband Earle Hagen Virginia & Graydon
Dan & Joan Hauserman
Martin, Jeanne Weiss Elaine Henderson Nichols
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Barbara Hochberg Russell & Suzanne Orkin
Pat & Gordon Hubbard James Osborne
Whitney Bob Packwood
Cynthia & James Williams Ray & Pat Paige
Joy & Wells Wohlwend Joyce Palmer
David & Colleen Pascale
Priscilla Pete
George & Norma Purvis

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Ralph M. Parsons John & Judy Wempe Dick Bell
Foundation William J. Wink Lilo Bendixen
Oscar Wright, Jr. Nancy Benson
Robert & Marion Gerald Benston
Rosenthal Donors of $100 or Naomi Berger
Greater Cheryl Bester
Editha Rowell Bill & Joanne Chunowitz
Diane & Fred Sagan 03/1/16 to 02/28/17 Mr. & Mrs. Carl Birnberg
Peter Samuels Dorothea Bisbas
Nancy & Marty Sally & Duke Ackerman Jean Blake
Paula & Mike Adams Charlotte S. Blank
Schechtman William Allison Mitch Blumberg
Deidra N. Schumann Marjorie & Richard Margaret Boortz
Dr. Pravin & Katherine Borax Family Charitable
Ameny
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Shapiro Family Dana Anders Ken & Marianne Bouldin
Pat & Phil Anderson Richard & Phyllis
Foundation Anita B. & Howard S.
Sheldon Revocable Trust Braverman
Mitchell Simon Richmond Foundation Linda Bray
Claire Smith Anonymous Irma Brodie
David & Lynn Smith Martin Appel William & Jean Marie
Peter Solomon Judy & Robert Appelbaum
The Springs Book Robert Armstrong Brough
Beth Arterberry Bruce & Rebecca Kelleran
Discussion Group Susan & Michael Atkinson Grady Bruce, MD
Lester & Joan Strouse Murray Atnikov John Bruk
Roberta Susskind Auen Foundation David Bryant
Israel Tapick Kenneth Ayers Martin Buchwald
Cornell & Betty Teoman Gerald Backeland Lois Buell
Nancy Thompsen Charles & Shelia Bailin Bill & Lynn Buskirk
Carol Thorburn Joan Ball Robert & Mary Butler
George & Carol Tielsch Polly Ball Randal Bynder
Charles Townsend Janet & Jerry Banks Virginia & Richard Byrd
Lowell Trask John Richard Banoczi William Callender
Alton & Julie Tybout Barbara & Roderick Barr Elizabeth Campbell
Van Patten Estate Barbara Wall Barrett & Joseph Cantrell
Craig Vickers Christina J. Capetz
Jean Viereck Charles Barrett Susan Rhea Carney
Lonna A. Wais Bartush Family Carolyn & Paul Blum
Joseph & Dee Wambaugh Thomas Carr
Virginia Waring Foundation Jean Carrus
Eric & Evelene Wechsler Olga Jane Battisti Castle Foundation Inc.
Ted & Jenny Weill Babette “Babs” Bay
Roger & Brenda Mary Becker
Jane Beggs
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Gloria & Max Chodak Kaycie Dolezal Dennis & Barbara
William Chodirker Joan & Hillary Don Freeman
Jean C.King Martha Drayton
Lewis & Judy Clark Jacqueline Drucker Jerry & Sheila Freeman
Cliff & Ginger Thiede Judy Duffy Richard & Mary Freeman
Melissa & Ray Cliff Judith Eagan Roger Freeman and
Charles Cohen Allen & Marilyn Eager
Barbara and Sheldon Cohn Bob & Norma Ebright Miguel Padro
Clifton Cole Thomas & Barbara Merilee Frets
Linda Cole Patti & Richard Friedman
Desiree Collings Emerick Richard & Carol Frindt
Richard Columbus Sean Ryan Everett Beth Fromm
Karen Comeau Stephen & Rosanne Ezer The Gall Family Fund
Gary G. Conover Arlene & Mel Fages Melvin & Vera Gabel
Robert Cook Jo Hannah Falk Barry Gaines
Susan Cook Jeffrey & Suzanne Feder Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Phyllis & Alan Cooper Barbara Feldman
Luis Cordero Dr. & Mrs. Robert Galante
Donna Craig Rickey Gamore
Caroline Cram Feldman Jane Gappelberg
Nancy Crandall Rosemarie Femrite Jack & Frieda Gartenhaus
John & Nicole Criste Patricia Ferguson Christine & Michael
Joanne Crouch George & Dorie Ferrone
David & Sue Cummings Richard & Hazel Fields Gennet
Janet & Gordon L. Michael & Denise George & Lois Fine
Bernard Gertz
Cunningham Finch Karen Gibbs
Nancy & Thomas Florence Finer Cora & Ted Ginsberg
Ronald Finfrock and Sandra Doreen Glass
Cunningham Kenneth & Marilyn
John Custer George Williams
Anthony F. Daddino Ted FioRito Jr Glassman
Karla Dally Ann Fishman Nina Glazer
Perry Datwyler and John Robert & Janice Flamer Morton Godlas
Glory & Larry Fleisher Barbara & Steve Gold
Jacobs Elyse Fleming Ted Goldman and Kim
David & Peggy Sidor Laura Foster
Howard & Dorothy Hoffman Charitable Robbins
Carol & Phil Goldsmith
Deming Foundation Alan & Doris Goldstein
Mary Ellen Denman Ida M. & J.W. Jameson Kris Gonzales
Joyce Dennis Anne Gookin
Catherine Devine Foundation Deborah & Alan Goore
Dr. Harold Diamond The Fremont Foundation Barry & Sarah Gowen
Marge Dodge The Granovsky Family Gary & Carol Granger
William Graven
Foundation Ruth & Darwin Green
Joan Foxx Catherine Gribbel-
Sallie L Fraser
Beautyman

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Cathy & Bill Griffin Dinah Jenkins Pat Liedtke
Ann Lindberg
Deborah Grindall Dr. & Mrs. W. David Edward E Linse
Elizabeth & Charles Guber Jones Literary Society of the

Dr. & Mrs. Morton Gubin Carol & Larry Jones Desert
Jim & Ann Loeb
Mary Gullikson Roberta Peters Jones William & Kelly

Gale L. Hackshaw JustGive Longfellow
Rella Lutzky
Donald & LaRue Hadley David Kabler Janice Lyle
Elsie Lynn and Frances
Pamela Hallam Nezam Eldean Kamiab
Palmer
Carole Ann Haller Michael Jay Kamper, M.D Barbara MacCready
Carol Mahoney
Marcella Halter Tom & Claire Kane Susan Mammel
Pat & Joe Manhart
Lloyd & Noel Hanford Ruth Kaplan Irene Manning
The Harold A Linstone Karlene & Richard Garber Laura Lee Lou Marcarian
Bernadette Kathawa Harold & Dede Marchick
Trust Andrew Katnik Barbara Marks
Don Hedgepath Susan Katzen Ralph & Charlotte Martin
Renee Heller Alan Kemble & Sally Robert B Martin
Sharon Helman Michael & Ogniana
Elaine Henderson Albers
Julie Henthorn and Bob Louise Kermode Masser
Richard Kite Ken Maxwell and Dick
Schneider Marion Kluger
Diana Herkimer Alicia and Ken Knox Redman
Helen Herman and Jack Fay McClung
Deanne J. McCorkle
Talan Juanita & Cliff

Juan Hernandez Gloria Korngold & McCormick
Richard Speer James & Modean
High Tech Mailing Gordon & Eve Kramer
Services McCullough
Eloise McCuskey
Leslie & Carol Hill Sue Kubly Kathryn McDermott
Alona McFarland
Maxine Hirsch Rosanne Kumins Sharyn Udell McKee
Linda & John McNamara
Lee Hixon Kai & Cal Kushen Barbara Dixon McReal
William Hoadley Joseph & Myrna Laguess Margaret McTague
Kathy Horneck Elfred & Mary Lampe James Mead
Frank Horner Teri & Mike Landin Charles Medalie
Bernard & Paulette Richard & Daryl Laner Peggy Merica
Arlette Lea
Horwich Jeanne & Tony Lehman
Frances Horwich Stephan Leonoudakis
Paul & Darlene Howard Elliott & Rosanne Levin
Paul & Ardis Huizenga Mary Levine
Marge Humphreys Jason & Marjory Lewis
Mary Lou Huntzinger Fred Leydorf
Ian & Nancy Davidson Haddon Libby
Beverly Irom Stuart Licht
Marie Jackson Estelle Lieb
Herbert & Loreen

Jacobson

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Library Donors 1995-Present

Patrice Merritt Joan Parmelee Maja Ruetschi, M.D.
Barbara & Norman David & Colleen Pascale Marcia Rutledge
Vicki Pass Adele Ruxton
Metzger Jeanne Pauls Ellen & William Sachs
Dennis S. Mileti Robert & Luana Pearson Diane Sagan
Jodie Miller Steven Pecoraro Diane & Fred Sagan
Dr. Charles M. Monell Jean Penn Peter Samuels
Jerome Morgan Barbara & S. Keith Virginia & Richard Saville
Larry & Bobbie Morris Cressey & George Sayre
Susan & Dale Morrison Petersen William & Doris Scanlin
Murrey Morrow and Lou & Faye Phillips Carol Scanny
John H Pimm Dulcie & Walter
Judith Widmer William & Deborah
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Schackman
Pitruzzelli Phyllis & Gary Schahet
Isserman Barbara Platt Mary Davey Schambach
James Munro Mary & Bruce Pons Robin Westin Schmit
Linda Murphy Pauline Prickett Renee & Herbert
Michael Napoli Robert & Peggy Propper
Marcia & Irwin Narter Allen & Margaret Pusch Schneider
Deanna F. Neal Neil & Lisa Quateman Jackie Schroeder
Bernadine Neisen Ruth and Kathy Raheb- George & Helen Sears
Charles and Nancy Nevil Cynthia Selberg
John Newburger Sorensen Family Norman & Barbara
DeeAnn & Larry Nichols Richard & Patricia Reed
Richard Nicholson Les & Lois Reese Sepenuk
Tilmann & Ann Bernard & Francine Jerold & Anneruth Serman
Ray & Jean Sexton
Noeggerath Reizner Dr. Pravin & Katherine
Joe Novak Mitchell & Yvonne Relin
Joseph & Donna Nunziato Faith Rendell Shah
Oliver Olsen Diana & John Ressler Bernard & Lois Shapiro
Betty Olson Margaret Reynolds Penny Shaw
Marion Oppenheimer Emanuel & Linda Rider Barbara Sherman
Russell & Suzanne Orkin Richard Ridgeway Nan Aune Shipp
Lynne Devries Bill Riesen Barbara A Shirley
Douglas & Marilyn Robert & Marion Marilyn & Josh Shubin
Bonnie Siegel
Ostman Rosenthal Marvin Siegel
Richard & Eleanor Oths Joe & Ann Lee Rogel Roy & Linda Sinclair
Bob Packwood Ann & Don Rogers Larry & Cindy Sipkin
Ray & Pat Paige Vincent Romano Michael Smith & Carl
Claudette R Pais Barbara Roquet
Palm Springs Writers David and Young Lai Gilmore
Don & Jennifer Smith
Guild Rothstein Julian Smith
Joyce Palmer Bill & Kay Rountree Maureen Smith
Pamela Pandza Sam Rousso

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Library Donors 1995-Present

Iris & Thom Smotrich The Labow Family Trust Howard Weinstein
Jerome & Hannah The Rancho Mirage Public Donna Weiss
Sharon & Randy Weiss
Solomon Library Foundation JoAnn Wellner
Henry Sonenshein Robert Thom Jeff Welton
Sam Spevack Mr. & Mrs. David A. John & Judy Wempe
Richard Spoor and Franck Elizabeth West
Thomas Bates Westerberg
A. de Chambeau Jim & Susan Thompson Michael & Barbara Wexler
Mary and David Spray Sharon Thompson Barbara & Larry White
Julian & Judith Stahl Bruce Tjampiris Louis White
Edward & Blanche Ladda Toelkes Lewis & Patricia Whitney
T.A. Toussoun Else Widman
Stanton Charles Townsend Cynthia & James Williams
Linda Starr Marilyn and Dale Paplham Julie Winston
Stuart Starr Bruce & Susan Winthrop
Carol & Jerry Stein Trail Glenn K Wolf
Marcia & Rick Stein Peter & Nan Tynberg Keith & Leslie Woods
Marc & Shari Stewart Richard & Elizabeth Carol Frank Woodward
Sam & Victoria Stickles Drs. Jane & Morton
Betty Stirratt Ulrich
Gail & Howard Stone Carole R Vaughan Woolley
Lester & Joan Strouse Doran Veiner Deryl Word
Dick & Patti Stumbaugh Craig & Junior Vickers Eilean Wuhl
Donald & Maureen Aleta Vinzant Robert & Marilyn Yassin
Peeranut Visetsuth John & Bette Yee
Sullivan Steve & Alvena Wagner Doug Young
Joanne & Dominick Lonna A. Wais Ellen & Bill Yuracko
Dianne Walker James & Janet Zampetti
Summa Jr. Lynn Walker Helen Zimmerman
Roberta Susskind Robert Walker & Ernest Marc & Barbara
Betsy Sutton
James Sutton Phinney Zuckerman
Swani K McGrath & Judith Wallis
Susan Lort Walpert Lifetime Members
Kevin Bialas Waly & Bettsy Preble
Arlene Swartz Lynne & Steve Kaye & L.E. Alford
Ellen Sweeney-Clawson Bernice & Paul Alloy
Gene Swenson Washington Shirley Alton-Chapnick
Lucy Tagmyer Paula E. Watson Marjorie & Richard
Ron & Natalie Tambor E.E. Weaver
Pyllis Tarnutzer Sabina & John Weil Ameny
Karen Techner Weill Family Trust Jean Arley
Mike Temple Edwin Weinberg Auen Foundation
Cornell & Betty Teoman Marlyne & David Weiner Ayco Charitable
The Brian & Patricia Judith Weingruber
Weinstein Family Foundation
A. Herman Fund at
Community Foundation Foundation
Santa Cruz County

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Janet & Jerry Banks Gerard & Diane Dirkx Horner Family Foundation
Joseph Bartush Joan Dodge Jim Houston
Kay Bell Swami Dolin Larry Hudack
Kenneth Bernotas William & Jan Dorsey Marjorie W. Hyman
Dorothy Lyons Berns Thieu Duong Marie Jackson
Morris & Ruth Beschloss E & H Chernis Foundation Jerre Jennings
Mary Ellen & Cooper Bruce Ettinger Michael Craft Johnson
Fidelity Chairtable Gift Tom Johnson
Blanton Judy Peck Foundation
Charmaine Blatt Fund Beatrice & Victor Kane
Robert Borns Joan & John Firmage Lily Kanter
Lyndsy Bowcott Norman Forrester and Bill Katherine J. Andrews
Linda Bray
Dennis & Tere Britton Griffin Foundation
William & Gloria Burch The Foundation for Jewish Linda & Edward Kazazian
Virginia & Richard Byrd Susan King
Joseph Cantrell Philanthropies Richard Kite
Jean Carrus Andrea Best & Calvin Fox Irene Koch
Castle Foundation Inc. Diane Fox Margaret Koster
Margery Chapman Elaine Frank Paula & Vern Kozlen
William F. Coan Marian Frenkel Michael & Patricia
Coeta and Donald Barker Geri Friedman
Christina Gantz Kremin
Foundation Carolyn & Robert William Kroonen
Edward & Eva Cohon Pat Bush Kruse
Clifton Cole and Scott Goldberg Dorothy Kulvin
Dorothy Goldstein L. & I. Barnett Charitable
Smith Beverly Rubens Gordon
Valerie & Kyle Coltman Vicki & Herb Grayson Foundation
Lee Comisar The Greater Cincinnati Steve Lachs and Michael
Sally Contant
Robert Cook Foundation Ruvo
Pat & Arthur Coombs Gary & Maria Greenwald Ellie Lavin
Caroline Cooperman Marcy & Ron Gregory Martin Lax
Robert & Cynthia Cramer Shirley & Earl Greif Arlette Lea
Peggy Cravens Deborah Grindall Claire Lehr
Carole Cushmore Paul Hagle Mel Lehrman
Carol & Raleigh DeBow Kay Hanson Irving & Dorothy Levy
Joseph & Ann DeLuca Dan & Joan Hauserman Wendy Portman Lewis
Sally Cherry Dempsey Dr. Bettie A. Henry Ann Lindberg
Elizabeth Demyanek Diana Herkimer Los Feliz Foundation
Lester Deutsch Helen Herman and Jack Evelyn Lyons
Catherine Devine Gerald Macenas
Salli Dick Talan Patt Mannino
Mario & Rosemary Lee Manuel

Hernandez
Vicki & Dana Hobart
Barbara Hochberg

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Library Donors 1995-Present

Mr. & Mrs. Gerald D. Barry Ralph and Curtis Jackie Story
Marsee Ringness Joanne & Dominick

Eileen Mason Helen Reinsch Summa Jr.
Michael & Ogniana Don Reuben Ruth Tallman
Mary & Charles Rich Judith Tamkin
Masser Mr. & Mrs. Bart Rivin Israel Tapick
Michael G. McCafferty Diane Robertson Ralph Tash
Edeltraud & Patrick Janice Davis Robson Edward Thayer
Ann & Don Rogers The Brian & Patricia A.
McCarthy Diane Roland
Juanita & Cliff Carolee Rosenberg Herman Fund
Susan & Robert Rossi The Three Sisters
McCormick Rotary Club of Rancho
Don McIntosh Foundation
Vivian McIntosh Mirage Ladda Toelkes
Lucy Meepos Helen Ruvelas T.A. Toussoun
Lou Mello Richard Sara Lowell Trask
Ruth & Arnold Meltsner Virginia & Richard Saville Jean Viereck
Carole Seifer Miller Nancy & Marty Roen Viscovich
Cheryl & Jim Miller Mary Jo Meade Wallace
Dr. Charles M. Monell & Schechtman Joseph & Dee Wambaugh
Seymour Schlesinger Virginia Waring
Dr. Gerald E. Benston Judith & Donald Frank R. Warren
Jerome Morgan E.E. Weaver
Edith Morrey Schliessman Eric & Evelene Wechsler
Lyn Chernis & Dr. Bob Janice Schmid Thomas & Lainie Weil
Richard & Mary Schneller Weill Family Trust
Morris Jean Scripps Rosella Weissman
Cindy & Morris Muscatel Lenore Shapiro Meg Whitcomb
Benard Myerson Sheldon Revocable Trust Lewis & Patricia Whitney
Virginia & Graydon Nan Aune Shipp Sandra Woodson
Mitchell Simon Drs. Jane & Morton
Nichols Roy & Linda Sinclair
Doris & Robert O’Neill Ruth & Al Siteman Woolley
Claudette R Pais Gordon Smale Eilean Wuhl
Barbara Palm Mary Small M. J. Young
Bernadette Paradis Claire Smith
Sanford Paris Roger Sorensen
Paul L. Newman - Edna Spaulding
Francie Y. Brown Spears
Newman’s Own Linda Starr
Drorthy Paulson Donald & Wanda Stein
Evert & Norma Person Stephen Philibosian
Joann & Gifford Phillips
Lou & Faye Phillips Foundation
Al & Dolly Piano
George Plavec
Patrick M. Pratt

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COMPLETE CALENDAR

Date Time Description

April 1 8:30 am-5:30 pm Cultural Commission presents: Tour of Desert X art installations

April 1 2-4 pm Palm Springs Writers Guild

April 4 7-8 pm Music: Sonia Lee, Margaret Irwin-Brandon, Harpsichords

April 5 2-3 pm Lecture: Wildflowers in the Desert

April 5 5:30-7:00 pm Family Night: Pajama/Teddy Bear Camp-Out

April 8 3-5 pm Music: International Classical Concerts of the Desert

April 10 1-3 pm Teen Spring Break Movies: Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

April 10 11 am-1 pm Children’s Spring Break Movies: Secret Life of Pets

April 10 4-5 pm Kids Book Discussion Group: Old Wolf

April 11 11 am-1 pm Children’s Spring Break Movies: Moana

April 11 2-3 pm Lecture: Palm Springs Art Museum

April 11 3-4 pm Tech Tuesday: eBooks & eAudiobooks for iPad and iPhone Users

April 12 1-3 pm Teen Spring Break Movies: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

April 12 11 am-1 pm Children’s Spring Break Movies: Finding Dory

April 12 7-8 pm Music: Danny Holt, Pianist

April 13 11 am-1 pm Children’s Spring Break Movies: SING

April 14 10-11:30 am Book Discussion Group: The Marriage of Opposites

April 14 1-3 pm Teen Spring Break Movies: Nerve

April 14 11 am-1 pm Children’s Spring Break Movies: Trolls

April 19 6:30-8:00 pm Film: Christopher Perry Presents Soundies Film Night

April 25 3-4 pm Tech Tuesday: Zinio and Press Reader

April 25 7-8 pm Music: Gustavo Romero & Massimo Somenzi

April 26 5-6 pm Kids' LEGO Club

May 3 5:30-7:00 pm Family Night: Desert Symphony

May 6 2-4 pm Palm Springs Writers Guild

May 8 2-4 pm Film: Jason Bruecks Presents Day for Night

May 8 4-5 pm Kids Book Discussion Group: Party and Summer Reading Club Plans

May 9 3-4 pm Tech Tuesday: Library Catalog & Novelist Plus

May 10 7-8 pm Music: Steinway Society's Festival Winners' Contest

May 12 10-11:30 am Book Discussion Group: The Secret Chord

May 15 2-4 pm Film: Jason Bruecks Presents Amarcord

May 16 2-3 pm Lecture: Palm Springs Art Museum

May 17 4:30-6 pm Teen Tech Night

May 20 3-4:30 pm Music: Palm Springs Opera Guild

May 22 2-4 pm Film: Jason Bruecks Presents Dersu Uzala

May 23 2-3 pm Tech Tuesday: eBooks & eAudiobooks for Kindle Devices

May 24 5-6 pm Kids' LEGO Club

May 24 7-9 pm Music: Ken Dahleen and His Big Band Staff

June 3 2-4 pm Palm Springs Writers Guild

June 6 3-4 pm Tech Tuesday: Heritage Quest

June 7 5:30-7:00 pm Family Night: Summer Reading Club Preview

June 9 10-11:30 am Book Discussion Group: Everything I Never Told You

June 28 5-6 pm Kids' LEGO Club

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