09/22 Guardians of the Galazy 1&2 (Double Feature)
09/29 The Zookeeper's Wife
10/06 Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life
10/13 Kingdom of the Spiders
10/20 Hugo: the Movie Star
Thursday, 09/14 5:30p Music in the Stacks in the Fireside Room
A free monthly concert series, Music in the Stacks is a showcase of local and national musicians who entertain regularly in Northern Arizona. There are 5-7 different performers during the show with a rotating variety each month.
September’s concert features the following musicians: Reno McCormick, Mike McReynolds, Greg Perantoni, Ray Sealing, Kenn Trout, and Matt Fabritz. This concert will be in Camp Verde Community Library’s Fireside Room on Thursday, September 14th at 5:30 pm and continues the second Thursday of every month at the same time and location.
Friday, 09/15 8:00a - 5:00p Mental Health First Aid
Learn how to help a loved one, an employee or a neighbor experiencing a mental health crisis and how to offer support to someone who appears to be in emotional distress.
Sponsored by Mental Health Coalition Verde Valley, taught by Spectrum Healthcare Group:
Mental Health First Aid teaches you
- Signs of addictions and mental illnesses
- 5-step action plan to assess a situation and help
- Impact of mental and substance use disorders
- Local resources and where to turn for help
Friday, 09/15 9:00a Congressman Tom O'Halleran's team meets with constituents in the Center
Friday, 09/15 9:00a Northern Arizona Hospice's Grief Support Group Meets in the Key Lime Room
Friday, 09/15 7:00p J. A. Jance - Author Talk & Book Signing
Do you love a good mystery? How about a series of mysteries set in Arizona? Friday, September 15 at 7:00p meet J.A. Jance, New York Times bestselling and award-winning mystery author with more than 20 million books in print. Jance will talk about her latest J.P. Beaumont novel, Proof of Life, released on September 5, 2017. Sponsored by Friends of Camp Verde Library, this event will include a one-of-a-kind author talk and book-signing. Copies of the book, Proof of Life, will be available for sale starting at 6:00p before the talk. Arrive early to get your copy and enjoy refreshments provided by Friends of Camp Verde Library.
Jance's writing career spans three decades and includes more than fifty books in four different series—Ali Reynolds, J.P. Beaumont, Joanna Brady, and the Walker Family, along with a volume of poetry. Although she was once denied entry into a university level Creative Writing course, she didn't let that stop her from living her dream and becoming a writer. Born in South Dakota and raised in Bisbee, Arizona, she and her husband, Bill, split their time between homes in Arizona and Washington State accompanied by their rescued miniature dachshund, Bella, and new puppy, Johanna.
Friends of Camp Verde Library is pleased to host popular author, J. A. Jance at Camp Verde Community Library. Copies of several recent J. A. Jance titles will be available for sale. Friends members will receive a $3 discount on one title of their choosing. All others will pay full retail price. To learn how to become a Friend of Camp Verde Library visit http://www.cvlibrary.org/friends, stop by the library at 130 Black Bridge Road, or call 928-554-8380.
Tuesday, 09/19 10:00a Writing for Fun & More! Meets in the Copper Room
Writing for Fun and More 10-noon– Bring a bit of your writing to share. Meet other writers the third Tuesday of the Month.
Wednesday, 09/20 3:30p Meet the staff of the Camp Verde Bugle newspaper at a Meet the Press gathering.
Join Bugle reporter Bill Helm and publisher Pam Miller for conversation - and a hot cup of coffee. No agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions and voice concerns, even share story ideas. Meet the Press will be held the third Wednesday of each month, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30p in the Fireside Room at the library.
Thursday, 09/21 4:00p the Verde Valley Photographic Society Meets in the Key Lime Room
The science of good photography does not have remain a mystery. Join this group of photographic artists wishing to make a statement with their art.
Thursday, 09/21 5:30p-7:30p Sail Through Life's Seasons with Essential Oils
Are changes challenging to you? All thing change - relationships, our bodies, life's circumstances, and even the climate.
Weathering life’s seasons can feel more like a breeze when you know how to lift your attitude, create a sense of adventure, and practice being resilient. Learn how essential oils can help—quickly and naturally!
Pre-registration is advised due to space considerations.
Call or text Honey Rubin 404.626.5535 or Sarah Jensen 928.451.4847.
Saturday, 10/14 10:00a - 2:00p Mark your calendars for the second annual Indie Author Day!
We’re excited to participate in the 2nd annual international celebration of indie authors. On this one day, libraries around the world welcome their local indie authors in for a day of education, networking, mingling, writing, open mics, panels and much more! Join us to meet and support our local authors.
Our plans include 4 sessions, each starting on the hour
- 10:00a: Sharing stories jogged by historical artifacts
- 11:00a: Author, Melissa Bowersock presents preserving and sharing family stories. Includes tips on how to get family members talking (especially with the holidays coming up), how to record them, then transcribe them
- 12:00p: Indie author open mic with 5 minutes per reading and/or a chance to give a glimpse behind the scenes of the writing process
- 1:00p: Meet the indie authors, network, chat and browse the books
Monday, 10/16 Writer's Critique Group Meets in the Key Lime Room
Tuesday, 10/10 10:00a Open Book Club Meets in the Copper Room