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Upcoming exhibits at Joel D.Valdez Library

The 'main' Tucson-Pima Library is just a short walk from our first Sunday brunch meetup. There exhibits from local artists that change regularly. The one starting in August features a watercolorist's travel journals. I'm copying the link to find out more about the exhibits. There is also information at this link on how artists can submit their work to be juried for display.
Lowell Richardson, will be the featured artist, at the Joel Valdez (main) branch of the Pima county library, at 101 N. Stone. His watercolors will be on display in the library's lobby from August 1--31 during regular library hours. Here's a link to the library's website, with a brief description of his work:

There will be an artist's reception on Sunday, August 4, from 3 to 5 pm. Any and all are most cordially invited to come to the reception and, of course, see the show. It's a fun way to beat the heat! (As an added bonus, parking is free on the weekends in the library's garage.)

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Very interesting.

    August 4, 2013

  • Patricia S.

    If you plan to attend the monthly breakfast at Café L'Cart we can walk over from there, or just plan to meet in the main lobby of the Library, across the street from the Historical Courthouse. Parking downtown is free on weekends, and travel overall easier with or without street car construction!

    July 28, 2013

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