Tombstone Vigilettes

As part of the ongoing Spotlight on Speakers series, the Huachuca City Library invites you to come and see The Tombstone Vigilettes. This Tombstone re-enactment group includes six ladies and one gentleman. Each member wears period clothing and explains how his/her garment reflects Tombstone life during 1860 to 1915.

There will be a mini-fashion show, including a “tea” dress and gymnasium attire! Vintage objects will also be displayed.

Information obtained from Huachuca City Public Library flier.

Mark your calendars for this event: Thursday, March 14th at 10 a.m. at the Huachuca City Town Hall, 500 N Gonzales Blvd. For more information, you may call the library at 520-456-1063.

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San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area

As part of the Spotlight on Speakers series, Gabrielle LaFargue will present an historical overview of the land designated as the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area by the Bureau of Land Management in the late 1980s. The 1880s silver boom was significant to the development of this area.

A slideshow presentation will include historical photos as well as flora and fauna photos of this important natural habitat.

This event will be held on Thursday, March 7th at 10 a.m. at the Huachuca City Town Hall located at 500 Gonzalez Blvd.

Author Brian G. Phelps

At 10 a.m. on Friday, February 15, 2019, Brian G. Phelps will be a special guest speaker at the Huachuca City Library which is located at 506 Gonzalez Blvd.

The author will share the highlights of his “white-knuckled” solo adventure of cycling 4,000 miles across America and Canada on his yard-sale bike, lovingly named Fanny.

Brian’s recently published book “Fanny and Me” will be available for purchase and signing.

Seating is limited, so call 520.456.1063 to reserve your spot today.

Spotlight on Speakers

The Huachuca City Library offers a free “Spotlight on Speakers” series at 10 a.m. on Thursdays.

On February 7th, Kartchner Cavern Ranger Ann Gurr and volunteer Jean Sneed will present “Bats of Arizona.” They will discuss which species of bats live in Arizona, what they eat, and the benefits they provide.

As part of Black History Month, on February 21st, Retired Army Sergeant Major Charles Hancock will present “The African-American in Times of War: Revolutionary War to the current War on Terror.” Mr. Hancock is President of the Buffalo Soldiers.

RSVP strongly encouraged as seating space is limited.

Interested in becoming a future Speaker? Contact Library Director, Suzanne Harvey, or Janet Weir. For more information, please call (520) 456-1063.