On Wednesday, Jan. 9, at 6 p.m., the Safford Library hosts Arizona historian Marshall Shore for a lively discussion of “Arizona’s Mother Road: Iconic Route 66.”  John Steinbeck called Route 66 the “mother road,” and that name endures today.  Arizona has the longest stretch of 66 still is use.  This famous route is a timeline dotted with towns rich in history and tradition. Come take a trip down Arizona’s Route 66 and learn more about its role in “The Grapes of Wrath.” 

For more information on this and other upcoming programming, drop by the Safford Library or visit www.saffordlibrary.org.

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