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June 11 - August 3, 2018

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23rd Annual Summer Reading Club (2018)

Reading Through The Universe

June 11 - August 3, 2018

*Sponsored by The Brian and Patricia A. Herman Fund

Welcome to the 23rd Annual Summer Reading Club

It gives us great pleasure to welcome you to our 23rd Annual Summer Reading Club—Reading Through the Universe.
Each week we will focus on a planet. Our days are broken down in the following categories:
• Milky Way Monday: STEAM/STEM Projects
• Big Show Tuesday: Guest Performances
• Warped Wednesday: Special Projects & Guests
• Terrestrial Thursday: Arts and Crafts (usually based on the weekly planet)
• Film Friday: Latest Theatrical Release Film (with fresh popcorn)
Participating in summer reading programs helps increase reading skills and prevents the summer slide.
We’ll see you in the Library as we take a journey together by Reading Through the Universe.
Rancho Mirage Library and Observatory Staff


table of contents Library Hours

How Summer Reading Club Works. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Monday – Tuesday
Tiny Tot Storytime. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 9 am – 6 pm
Preschool and Me Storytime. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Wednesday
Kids Book Discussion Group. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 9 am – 8 pm
Weekly Facts and Activities
Thursday – Saturday
Week 1—Mercury. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 9 am – 6 pm
Week 2—Venus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Week 3—Earth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Closed Sundays
Week 4—Mars. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Closed July 4th
Week 5—Jupiter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Week 6—Saturn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 71-100 Hwy 111 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
Week 7—Uranus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Tel: (760) 341-7323 • Fax: (760) 341-5213
Week 8—Neptune. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Pluto and Ceres. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 librarian@ranchomiragelibrary.org
Bike Rodeo at the Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 www.ranchomiragelibrary.org
Teen Activities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
New Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Observatory Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Calendar of Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27


How the Summer Reading Club works

Welcome to our Summer Reading Club! It runs from Monday, June 11, to Friday, August 3. All the programs start at 11 am (unless
otherwise noted).

R E G I S T R AT I O N

Our registration table is in the Children’s Room. Stop by to get your summer reading bag, a bookmark, a pencil and your first
Book Buck! Everyone gets a free book! That’s right! You can pick out a FREE book!

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Tiny Tot Storytime

Ages up to 3. Tuesdays at 10 am and Wednesdays at 10 am.

Lively songs, fingerplays, action rhymes, and stories followed
by a coloring activity. Younger siblings are welcome.

Preschool and Me Storytime

Ages 3-5. Thursdays at 10 am.

Engaging stories, songs, and active rhymes captivate the
imagination. Coloring sheets and simple crafts round out

the themed Storytime experience.

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Books and Bites
Kids Book Discussion Group

Mondays at 12 pm. This group is limited to 12 participants. At sign up, you will be provided with a free copy of the book.
Lunch will be provided. If there are any dietary restrictions, please let us know at registration. Ages 9 to 12.

June 18 July 2 July 16 July 30
Wishtree Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and El Deafo Hello, Universe

by Katherine Applegate the Space Race by Cece Bell by Erin Entrada Kelly
Reading Level: 4.2 Reading Level: 2.7 Reading Level: 4.7
by Margot Lee Shetterly and Laura Freeman
Reading Level: 5.8 4

Who Was Neil Armstrong?

by Roberta Edwards
Reading Level: 5.4


week 1—Mercury

Facts about Mercury
1. Mercury is the first and the smallest planet in the solar system.
2. It is the closest planet to the sun at around 36 million miles (58 million km).
3. A year on Mercury is 88 Earth days.
4. One day–night cycle on Mercury takes 176 Earth days.
5. Your weight on Mercury would be 38% of your weight on Earth.
6. Mercury is named for the Roman messenger to the gods.
7. Mercury is the second hottest planet.
8. Mariner 10 visited in 1974 by flying by Mercury three

times and mapping half its surface, and it is still
believed to be orbiting the sun.

9. The MESSENGER probe orbited Mercury

from 2011 to 2015 to explore Mercury’s terrain,
atmosphere and interior.

10. Mercury does not have any moons.
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activities June 11: June 12: Big
11 am to 1 pm Milky Way Show Tuesday—
Monday The Arty Loon Show
Big show
11 am to 12 pm Build a bubble-powered Full of juggling, balloon
rocket, decorate with paper twisting, puppetry,
June 13: comedy and magic!
Warped and watch it take off
Wednesday with an effervescent

Constellations: Make a tablet.
light-up jar with some
June 14:
of your favorite Terrestrial
constellations. Thursday

Learn about the surface of
Mercury and make your

own planet Mercury
using salt dough.

June 15:
Fireball
Friday

The Incredibles.

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week 2—Venus

Facts about Venus
1. Venus is the second planet of the solar system, 67 million miles

(108 million km) from the sun, and is often referred to as Earth’s
sister planet, due to its similar size and mass.

2. It is named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty.
3. Venus spins backwards, with the sun rising in the west and setting in the east.
4. It takes Venus 243 Earth days to make one full rotation, which is longer than it takes for it to orbit

the sun (225 days).

5. The surface temperature is about 900º Fahrenheit — hot enough to melt lead.
6. More than 25 spacecraft have explored Venus.
7. Scientists believe water once existed on the surface.
8. The surface of the planet is obscured by a layer of clouds made up of sulphuric acid.

9. High-altitude winds blow at hurricane force, spreading clouds completely around the

planet every 5 days.

10. The Soviet Union’s Venera 3 was the first man-made craft to touchdown on Venus in 1966.
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activities June 18: June 19: Big
11 am to 1 pm Milky Way Show Tuesday—
Monday Pacific Animal
Big show
11 am to 12 pm Build your own telescope Productions
and find hidden planets
June 20: Learn about conserving wildlife
Warped throughout the and endangered species
Wednesday Children’s Room. through this educational
program!
Desert Recreation District June 21:
will be joining us with Terrestrial
pickleball and Thursday
a craft.
Make the planet
Venus using felt.

June 22: 8
Fireball
Friday

Early Man.


week 3—earth

Facts about earth
1. Earth is the third planet in the solar system.
2. The distance from the sun is 93 million miles (150 million km).

3. Earth is an Old English word “ertha” which means the ground or land.
4. Water covers 70% of Earth’s surface.
5. Earth’s atmosphere is 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen and 1% other ingredients—the

perfect balance for you to breathe and live.

6. Earth’s atmosphere protects us from incoming meteoroids.
7. The gravity between the Earth, moon and the sun causes tides on Earth.
8. Earth has a very powerful magnetic field. It protects us from the

effects of solar winds.

9. The highest point on Earth is Mount Everest at 29,028 feet

(8,848 m) above sea level.

10. The lowest point on Earth is called Challenger Deep at

36,070 feet (10,994m) below sea level.

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activities June 25: June 26: Big Show
11 am to 1 pm Milky Way Tuesday—The Rope
Monday
Big show Warrior
11 am to 12 pm Learn about the importance
of the moon, the moon An interactive, entertaining
June 27: phases and make your jump rope show full of
Warped own mini moon. amazing tricks and feats!
Wednesday
June 28:
Make your own satellite Terrestrial
using recycled Thursday
materials.
Make a stained
glass Earth.

June 29:
Fireball Friday

A Wrinkle in Time.

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week 4—mars

Facts about mars
1. Mars is the fourth planet in the solar system. It is about 142 million miles (228 million km) from

the sun. It is half the size of Earth and approximately the same surface area of the land on Earth.

2. The surface gravity of Mars is about 37% of the gravity found on Earth. This means that on

Mars you could in theory jump 3x higher than you could on Earth.

3. One day on Mars takes a little over 24.6 hours.
4. One year is 687 Earth days.
5. The planet is named after Mars, the Roman god of war. Chinese astronomers call Mars the “fire star”

while ancient Egyptian priests called it “Her Desher” meaning “the red one.”

6. It is red because of iron in the ground.
7. Mars is the only other planet besides Earth that has polar ice caps. There are possible signs of liquid

water on Mars.

8. Mars has the largest dust storms in the solar system. They can last for months and cover the entire planet.
9. There are rovers currently on Mars. There have been at least 20 different spacecraft to have visited Mars

with a rover currently on its way.

10. Mars has two moons. Their names are Phobos and Deimos.
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activities July 2:
11 am to 1 pm Milky Way
Monday
Big show
11 am to 12 pm Egg drop! Build your
spacecraft with recycled
Library
closed for materials and see if
4t h o f J u ly your egg survives.

July 3: Big Show
Tuesday—Best
Bubble Parties

Learn about the scientific
principle behind soap
bubbles!

July 5:
Terrestrial
Thursday

Make an edible
Mars Rover.

July 6:
Fireball Friday

Sherlock Gnomes.

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week 5—Jupiter

Facts about Jupiter
1. Jupiter is the fifth planet in the solar system. 11 Earths could fit across Jupiter’s

equator. Jupiter is also the most massive planet of the solar system.

2. Jupiter is about 484 million miles (778 million km) from the sun.
3. Jupiter is named for the king of the Roman gods and the god of the sky.
4. The Great Red Spot (GRS) is a giant oval of crimson-colored clouds on Jupiter’s southern hemisphere

with wind speeds greater than any storm on Earth. Measuring 10,000 miles in width, the GRS is about 1.3
times the diameter of the Earth and is shrinking.

5. GRS wind speeds are around 270 to 425 miles per hour (430 to 680 km per hour).
6. The GRS has been there at least 150 years and may have been seen as far back as 400 years ago.
7. Jupiter rotates once about every 10 hours but takes about 12 Earth years to complete one orbit of

the sun.

8. Jupiter’s atmosphere is made up mostly of hydrogen and helium.
9. Jupiter has more than 50 confirmed moons.
10. Nine spacecraft have visited Jupiter. Seven flew by and two have orbited the gas giant.
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activities July 9: July 10: Big
11 am to 1 pm Milky Way Show Tuesday—
Monday
Big show John Abram’s
11 am to 12 pm Build your own Gaia Animal Magic
Spacecraft!
A magic show with
live exotic pets.

Photo: ESA

July 11: July 13:
Warped Fireball Friday
Wednesday
Peter Rabbit.
Desert Recreation District
will be joining us
with indoor golf
and a craft.

July 12: 14
Terrestrial
Thursday

Blow paint across
starch to make your

own Jupiter.


week 6—Saturn

Facts about Saturn
1. Saturn is the sixth planet, 886 million miles (1.4 billion km) from the sun and the second largest planet in the solar system.

2. It is the farthest planet from Earth discovered by the unaided human eye.
3. Saturn is named for the Roman god of agriculture and wealth.
4. The Greek name was Cronos, the father of Zeus/Jupiter.
5. Nine Earths side by side would almost span Saturn’s diameter—

not including Saturn’s rings.

6. A Saturn day takes 10.5 hours to rotate on its axis once

but 29 earth years to orbit the sun.

7. Saturn’s atmosphere is made up mostly of hydrogen and helium.
8. Saturn has more than 50 known moons.
9. Saturn has the most spectacular ring system, with seven main rings and several gaps

and divisions between them. The rings are made of chunks of ice and rock.

10. The average density of Saturn is less than that of water, so if it were possible to place

Saturn in water, it would float.

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activities July 16:
11 am to 1 pm Milky Way
Monday
Big show
11 am to 12 pm Learn how asteroids are
made and model an
asteroid using clay.

July 17:
Big Show
Tuesday—
Dino Encounters

Dinosaurs @ the
Library!

July 18: July 19: July 20:
Warped Terrestrial Fireball
Wednesday Thursday Friday

Make your own nebula Using recycled CDs, make WALL-E.
jar with paints and your own jewel in the sky,
water. 16
the planet Saturn.
Photo: Casey Fleser
Photo: PBS Kids


week 7—Uranus

Facts about Uranus
1. Uranus is the seventh planet in the solar system, 1.8 billion miles (2.9 billion km) from the sun, and has the

third largest diameter in the solar system.

2. Uranus was named after the Greek god of the sky, Ouranos. He was the father of the Titans.
3. Uranus is about four times wider than Earth. Sixty-four Earths would fit inside it.
4. Uranus is often referred to as an “ice giant” planet.
5. A day on Uranus lasts only 17 hours 14 minutes. One orbit around the sun takes 84

Earth years.

6. Uranus has 13 rings. The inner rings are narrow and dark.
7. The atmosphere is made mostly of molecular hydrogen and atomic helium with

a small amount of methane. The clouds also contain a great deal of hydrogen
sulfide, which means Uranus smells like rotten eggs

8. Uranus has the coldest temperature of any planet.
9. Uranus has 27 moons.
10. Only one spacecraft has flown by Uranus. In 1986, the Voyager 2 spacecraft

swept past the planet within 50,600 miles (81,500 km).

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activities July 23: July
11 am to 1 pm Milky Way 24: Big Show
Monday
Big show Tuesday—
11 am to 12 pm Construct a scale model of Christopher T.
the solar system using
July 25: beads and string. Magician
Warped
Wednesday Enjoy an interactive,
laugh-filled magic
Make your own galactic
mobile! Suspend it so that show!

it turns and sparkles. July 27:
Fireball
Friday

Leap!

July 26:
Terrestrial
Thursday

Make Uranus stained
glass suncatchers.

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week 8—Neptune

Facts about Neptune
1. Neptune is the eighth planet in the solar system, 2.8 billion miles (4.5 billion km) from the sun and is about four times

wider than Earth.

2. Neptune is bluish-green in color.
3. It is the most remote of the four gas giant plants in the solar system.
4. Neptune is named after the Roman god of the sea.
5. One day lasts only 16 hours 7 minutes. One year on Neptune lasts for almost 165 Earth years.
6. Like Uranus, it has an atmosphere of hydrogen, helium and methane.
7. Neptune has five dark narrow rings.
8. Neptune had a storm like the Great Red Spot on Jupiter. It has now disappeared and

other similar storms may appear on occasion.

9. Neptune is subject to some of the fiercest winds in the solar system, well over 700

miles per hour.

10. Neptune has 14 known moons. They are named after sea gods and nymphs in

Greek mythology. The largest is Triton.

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activities July 30: July 31: Big
11 am to 1 pm Milky Way Show Tuesday—
Monday Summer Finale
Big show
11 am to 12 pm Do you have what it takes Come dance away the last
to build your own space Big Show of the summer
colony with recycled
with Christy Lane.
materials?
Raffle grand
Photo: NASA Ames Research Center prizes drawn

Aug 1: Aug 2: today!
Warped Terrestrial
Wednesday Thursday Aug 3:
Fireball
Join Desert Recreation District Create art based on the Friday
and the Rancho Mirage Police geology of planetary
Department for a bike rodeo and Despicable Me 3.
a bike giveaway! Please bring surfaces.
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your bike and helmet to
participate.


Pluto & ceres

Facts about Pluto and Ceres
1. Pluto orbits the sun about 3.6 billion miles (5.8 billion km) away on average in a region called the Kuiper belt.
2. A year on Pluto is 248 Earth years.
3. A day on Pluto lasts 153 hours or about 6 Earth days.
4. Pluto has a thin atmosphere of nitrogen, methane and carbon monoxide.
5. The only spacecraft to visit Pluto is NASA’s New Horizons, which

passed close by in July 2015.

6. Pluto’s surface is cold, -378° to -396° F, which is too cold to sustain life.
7. Pluto was named by an 11-year-old girl, Venetia Burney.

It was named after the Roman god of the underworld.

8. Ceres orbits in the asteroid belt between the

orbits of Mars and Jupiter.

9. Ceres was discovered more than 45 years

before Neptune.

10. Ceres has a set of bright spots which are believed to be

deposits of a type of salt.

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Bike Rodeo

Desert Recreation District and
the Rancho Mirage Police Department
Ho s t B i ke G ive away
August 1 at 11 am.
Come learn about bike safety with the Rancho Mirage Police Department
and Desert Recreation District. There will be an obstacle course and
a bike giveaway at the end of the rodeo. Bring your bicycle and
helmet to participate.

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Teen Tuesday

Tuesdays at 1 pm. Ages 12–17 in the Storytime Room unless otherwise noted.

June 19 July 3 July 24 July 31

Play Mario Kart on our new Bloxels: Design and play a video Learn to draw your own anime with Use colored Perler beads to
Nintendo Switches on the big game of your own creation. Bring Carlos Nieto III of Anime Your Way. He create any design you like! Let
screen in the Community Room. an iPad or tablet: limited iPads
will be here at 1 pm and at your imagination run wild!
available at the Library. 3 pm in the Community Room.

Teen Movies June 29 July 13 July 27

Fridays at 1 pm in the Jumanji Ready Player One A Quiet Place
Community Room

June 15

2 3 Black Panther


Be on the lookout for some of
our programs this fall!

Robotics Lego Club (ages 12 to 17) Saturday Design IT • Make IT Photo: Jarrod Grammel

Saturday Storytime

All New Family Nights Halloween Spooktacular 3D printing 24


observatory programs

Make sure you check out our Observatory programming.

Tours of the Observatory Stargazing Parties

Tours are held Monday through Our Stargazing Parties are from 8:30 pm to
Friday at 10 am and 5:00 pm. 10:00 pm. Limited to 40 patrons and
pre-registration is required.

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Resources

Planet facts and summer activities being done this summer are from the following websites:

Image: NASA Image: ESA Photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech

National Aeronautics and Space European Space Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
Administration (NASA) Agency (ESA) California Institute of Technology
www.nasa.gov www.esa.int/ESA
Facts regarding planets, educational www.jpl.nasa.gov
Facts regarding planets, educational resources (experiments) Educational resources
resources (experiments)
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Calendar

Date Time Activity week 3

week 1 June 25 11am–1pm Learn about the moon and its phases and make
your own mini moon
June 11 11am–1pm Build a bubble-powered rocket
Big Show—The Rope Warrior: interactive jump rope
June 12 11am–12pm Big Show—Arty Loon: juggling, balloon twisting, June 26 11am–12pm show full of amazing tricks and feats
puppetry, comedy and magic
June 27 11am–1pm Using recycled materials make your own satellite
June 13 11am–1pm Make a constellation in a jar
June 28 11am–1pm Make a stained glass earth
June 14 11am–1pm Create your own Mercury using salt dough
June 29 11am–1pm Kids Movie: A Wrinkle in Time
June 15 11am–1pm Kids Movie: The Incredibles
June 29 1pm Teen Movie: Jumanji
June 15 1 pm Teen Movie: Black Panther
week 4
week 2
July 2 11am–1pm Build your spacecraft with recycled materials and
June 18 11am–1pm Build your own telescope see if your egg survives a drop

June 18 12pm Books & Bites: The Wishtree Books & Bites: Hidden Figures: The True Story of
Four Black Women and the Space Race + Who Was
June 19 11am–12pm Big Show—Pacific Animal Productions: live animals July 2 12pm Neil Armstrong?

June 19 1 pm Teens: Play Mario Kart on Nintendo Switches Big Show—Best Bubble Parties: learn about the
scientific principles of soap bubbles
June 20 11am–1pm Desert Recreation: pickleball and a craft July 3 11am–12pm

June 21 11am–1pm Make planet Venus using felt July 3 1 pm Teens: design and play your own video game

June 22 11am–1pm Kids Movie: Early Man July 5 11am–1pm Create an edible Mars Rover

July 6 11am–1pm Kids Movie: Sherlock Gnomes

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week 5 week 7

July 9 11am–1pm Build your own Gaia Spacecraft July 23 11am–1pm Make a solar system model with beads and string

July 10 11am–12pm Big Show—John Abram’s Animal Magic: magic July 24 11am–12pm Big Show—Christopher T. Magician: magic show
show with live exotic pets full of laughs and interaction!

July 11 11am–1pm Desert Recreation: indoor golf and craft July 24 1 pm & Teens: Learn to draw your own anime with Carlos
3pm Nieto III of Anime your Way
July 12 11am–1pm Blow paint across starch to make your own Jupiter
July 25 11am–1pm Make a sparkling galactic mobile
July 13 11am–1pm Kids Movie: Peter Rabbit
July 26 11am–1pm Create Neptune stained glass suncatchers
July 13 1pm Teen Movie: Ready Player One
July 27 11am–1pm Kids Movie: Leap!
week 6
July 27 1pm Teen Movie: A Quiet Place
Learn how asteroids are made and model one
July 16 11am–1pm using clay week 8

July 16 12pm Books & Bites: El Deafo July 30 11am–1pm Build a space colony with recycled materials

July 17 11am–12pm Big Show—Dino Encounters: dinosaurs at July 30 12pm Books & Bites: Hello, Universe
the Library
July 31 11am–12pm Big Show—Summer Finale: dance with Christy
July 18 11am–1pm Make your own nebula jar with paints and water Lane AND grand prize drawing

July 19 11am–1pm Make your own Saturn using recycled CDs July 31 1pm Teens: use Perler beads to create designs

July 20 11am–1pm Kids Movie: WALL-E Aug 1 11am–1pm Desert Recreation and Rancho Mirage Police
Department host bike rodeo with bike giveaway

Aug 2 11am–1pm Create art of the geology of planetary surfaces

Aug 3 11am–1pm Kids Movie: Despicable Me 3

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Library Hours

Monday – Tuesday Thursday – Saturday
9 am – 6 pm 9 am – 6 pm

Wednesday Closed
9 am – 8 pm Sundays

71-100 Hwy 111 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 • Tel: (760) 341-7323 • Fax: (760) 341-5213
librarian@ranchomiragelibrary.org • www.ranchomiragelibrary.org


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