The Burton Barr Central Library houses not only books, DVDs and other media, but also a cafe, art gallery and a broad range of community resources.
Library customers can pay overdue fees and help restock Valley food banks during Phoenix Public Library’s annual “Food for Fines,” April 8-22.
Whether this is your first or 50th trip to downtown Phoenix, here are some fun things to know as you explore the urban core of the U.S.’s 6th largest city.
The Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) opened a second location of their Beneficial Beans Café inside the Burton Barr Central Library.
DPJ’s Urban Form series looks at the interplay between movement and surroundings through the lens of dancers and architecture in downtown Phoenix.
Phoenix City Council approved a contract for Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center to open a Beneficial Beans Cafe at Burton Barr Central Library.
The City of Phoenix invites the public to view proposed plans and provide input on the 3rd & 5th Avenues study at an open house on Tuesday, August 23.
Phoenicians gathered today for a unique seasonal experience at Burton Barr Central Library’s annual “Summer Solstice Celebration.”
Phoenix Public Art Program Director, Edward Lebow, will present at the Phoenix Public Library on Tuesday, March 22 at 7 p.m.
DPJ’s Urban Playground series explores the experience of raising children in the heart of our downtown core.