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editorial@robson.com — June 2012


June schedule for Tuesday Nights Together


Jan Wilhelm The Education Committee of Sun Lakes


United Methodist Church, 9248 E. Riggs Road, invites all of Sun Lakes, SunBird and Chandler communities to share in Tuesday Nights Together during the month of June. This year, as


http://www.desertwildlife.net. June 19 in the Church Sanctuary.


This will be “An Evening of Beautiful Music” with Cris Evans


the piano; vocals by Bart in previous years, we are


hosting a variety of free, informative and entertaining programs starting on Tuesday, June 12. All programs will begin at 6:30 p.m. and most will last 60 to 90 minutes. Please join us on the evenings listed below at the locations as indicated. June 12 in Lindsay Hall. The series be


opener will “Wildman Phil’s Live


Wildlife.” This is a program fi lled with fun and facts. Wildman Phil Rococi expertly combines hands-on demonstrations with lessons featuring respect for wildlife and the environment; animal defenses and their roles; ways to identify dangerous creatures and harmless animals; separation of fact and fi ction in the world of spiders, scorpions, lizards, snakes and other such creatures. This is a great experience. If you have children or grandchildren,


they will not


want to miss this program. They will learn about horned lizards, tarantulas, and much more. Wildman Phil will bring a number of live creatures including spiders, scorpions, lizards and snakes. Check out his website at


for SLUMC and the Sun Lakes Chorale) on


(choir director Evans,


Martha Wood, and Janet Burns. There will be some instrumentals with Ron Lindvahl on the trumpet, along with other talented musicians from Sun Lakes United Methodist Church. The music featured for this evening’s performance will be show tunes by George Gershwin, Rogers and Hammerstein and other great composers. They might even throw in a little jazz along with some sing-along. Come early, be comfortable, stay cool and enjoy an hour of some of your favorite music. June 26 in Lindsay Hall. This evening


will be dedicated to showing you how well trained “Therapy and Service Dogs” behave and react. If you enjoy your pet, you will enjoy seeing how these amazing “four- legged friends” associate with the ill, the elderly and the disabled. Come and learn the difference between what is expected of a therapy dog and what is expected of a service dog and the qualifi cations required. If you have questions, please call


the


church offi ce at 480-895-8766. Watch for the July programs in the July Splash. 


Ed Robson Branch Library June 2012 programs


Nelson G. Mitchell III 2012 Summer Reading Program OUR


STATE, OUR STORY begins May 24. Programs for all ages! Go to www.mcldaz. org/summer to register online or visit your local participating library! WILDMAN PHIL’S LIVE WILDLIFE


PROGRAM June 2 (Saturday) 10:00 a.m. Join “Wildman Phil” at his hands- on program highlighting the unique characteristics of desert wildlife and meet some of the wildlife face-to-face. At Maricopa County Library District’s Ed Robson Branch Library, 9330 E. Riggs Rd., Sun Lakes, 602-652-3000, www.mcldaz. org.


ADULT STORY TIME—OUR STATE,


OUR STORY June 14 (Thursday) 10:30 a.m. Being able to read to is a rare pleasure. It not only stimulates the mind but also


invigorates the imagination. Relax, get out of the heat and listen to some short stories about the State of Arizona. This adult program is presented as part of the Summer Reading Program, “Our State, Our Story.” Lecky Center. At Maricopa County Library District’s Ed Robson Branch Library. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON BOOK


DISCUSSION June 27 (Wednesday) 2:00 p.m. Read The Tigers Wife by Tea Obreht,


set in an unnamed Balkan country. This features a young doctor’s relationship with her grandfather and the stories he tells her, primarily about the “deathless man who meets him several times in different places and never changes. The grandfather also muses about a deaf-mute girl from his childhood village who befriends a tiger that has escaped from a zoo. Lecky Center. At Maricopa County Library District’s Ed Robson Branch Library. 


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