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Community Events

  1. Desert Foothills Library - Chapter2Books Special Sale!

    January 13, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Desert Foothills Library

    Biggest used bookstore in the North Valley! More than 15,000 books, as well as DVDs, CDs and audiobooks, starting at just 50 cents! Located inside Desert Foothills Library at 38443 N. Schoolhouse Rd., open 7 days a week, or check us out on Amazon. Donations are welcome, and help support the library! www.Chapter2BooksAZ.com. 480-488-2777.

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  2. Desert Foothills Library - Wildenstein and Rosenberg Fortunes and their Legacy

    January 13, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM @ Desert Foothills Library

    An Unbelievable Story about two art dealers with galleries in Paris and New York City, one who hated the Nazis, and one who dealt with them, and got rich… Last Year a door opened on the secret history of the art world’s richest and most powerful family, the Wildensteins of Paris and New York City. From the accusations they collaborated with the Nazis, to the legendary contents of their bank vaults in New York and Switzerland, this story explores three generations of a secretive art-dealing dynasty whose $5 billion fortune, Gulf Stream IV, racing stable, 66,000 acre ranch in Kenya, and mansions and galleries in Paris and New York City cannot erase the rancorous legacy handed down from father to sons and grandsons. This true story is waiting to be a movie. Mary F. Cook will tell the story. She is a member of the International Foundation for Art Research, and lectures on the subject of Art Theft and Fraud. All proceeds benefit the Library.

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