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Sustainability event set for Himmel Library Sat.

Citizen Staff Writer

On Saturday, you’ll not only be able to check out books from the library, but you can also check out people.

Interested in backyard gardening and composting? Check out Lindianne Sarno from Sonoran Kitchen Gardens.

Hungry to know more about local food choices? Sign up for a talk by Varga Garland of the Community Food Bank.

“Books” will be due in 30 minutes. No cost.

The “living library” will take place from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Himmel Park Branch Library, 1035 N. Treat Ave.

It’s organized by the Tucson’s Office of Conservation and Sustainable Development and has a sustainability theme.

Subjects in the catalog include rainwater harvesting, healthy eating choices, gray water, solar energy, bicycle basics and native landscaping.

The event is intended to be the first in a series at libraries around Tucson.

For a full list of “books” and subjects, go to the office’s Web site, www. tucsonaz.gov/ocsd.

To reserve a spot, call 594-5305 or visit Himmel Park Branch Library.



Sustainability event scheduled for Himmel Library on Saturday

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