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Southwest Native-American Foundation scholarship applications due May 1. See more local education news here

| April 23, 2019
Southwest Native-American Foundation scholarship applications due May 1. See more local education news here

Applications for the Southwest Native-American Foundation’s scholarships are due by May 1 to the foundation’s headquarters in Boulder, Colorado.

The foundation, a donor-funded nonprofit, offers scholarship to outstanding Native American high school and college students in the Southwest. Previously, it has awarded scholarship funds to future students of Northern Arizona University, the University of Arizona, Grand Canyon University and Coconino College, among others.

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Flagstaff schools make room for discussions following Chabad community center vandalism. See more local education news here

| April 9, 2019
Flagstaff schools make room for discussions following Chabad community center vandalism. See more local education news here

This weekend marks two weeks since vandals painted swastikas on the walls and windows of Chabad Jewish community center in Flagstaff.

The Flagstaff Police Department issued a statement that it would be investigating the break-in as a hate crime; the Anti-Defamation League is offering $2,000 for any information that might lead to an arrest.

Soon after news of the event broke, Arizona Daily Sun photographer Jake Bacon took to hanging tinfoil hearts on the fencing outside the center and hundreds of others followed suit — entire schools crafted and added their own hearts to the tapestry, which glinted in the sun for days to follow.

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Page Public Library August 2018

| August 12, 2018
Page Public Library August 2018

Page Public Library has released their August calendar of children’s events!

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Adult/Teen and Children’s April Calendars

| April 8, 2017
Adult/Teen and Children’s April Calendars

Adults and teens have a “Learn Computer @ Your Library” event on Wednesday, April 12.

Baby Playtime “Five Little Bunnies” 10-10:45, Story Time “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” 10:45-11:45, and Wii & Lego Time 3:15-4:30 on Wednesday, April 12th.

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More than 250 children attend Early Childhood Fair and Summer Reading Program Kick Off in Page

| June 9, 2015
More than 250 children attend Early Childhood Fair and Summer Reading Program Kick Off in Page

The library children’s area and outdoor yard was filled with the sound of children and families playing and interacting in fun activities.

On May 22nd the summer reading program, themed Every Hero has a Story, kicked off with the Growing Great Kids Early Childhood Fair. For the 3rd year in a row the Page Public Library partnered with Association for Supportive Child Care, Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth and First Things First to host this community resource fair for families with young children.

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