• Learn and Grow Playtime
    Children Learn what they Live. Ron Finley

    Learn and Grow Playtime

    Bring your kids to an open playtime! Meet other grown-ups and learn about your child’s development through play. This playtime is intended for ages 0–8.

  • Spring Teen Lock-In Fri, Apr 28, 6:30–9:30pm, Day-Riverside Branch

    Enjoy games, music, free food, and time with your peers. Teens ages 12–17 will be able to see what the Library’s like when it’s closed to the public and will be able to participate in an escape room challenge. Be sure to dress up as your favorite Anime or Manga character for a chance to win a prize!

  • Go Electric Thu, Apr 27, 6:30–8:30pm Anderson-Foothill Branch

    Explore the personal and environmental benefits of driving an electric vehicle (EV) or electic bicycle (E-Bike) from local EV drivers and representatives from Utah Clean Energy. Learn how owning an EV or E-Bike can save you money and help keep Utah’s air clean.

  • Gain hands-on work experience, meet other local teens, and have fun while helping out the Library!

    Be part of The City Library's Teen Squad! The Teen Squad is a summer-long teen volunteer program that will take place at all City Library locations.

  • Escape the room! Myanmar Edition

    Use your problem solving skills to uncover clues that will help you break out of a different country each month. Kids ages 9–12 will use their knowledge of math and reading to solve riddles, figure out puzzles, and save the day!

  • Every Body Yoga
    Let go of Fear, Get on the mat, Love Your Body. Jessamyn Stanley

    Every Body Yoga

    Join yoga teacher, body positive advocate, Instagram star, and writer Jessamyn Stanley as she sits down with local educator Romeo Jackson to discuss her book, "Every Body Yoga," and her experiences with yoga and body image.

  • Happy Hula Dance Sat, Apr 29, 4pm, Day-Riverside Branch

    Learn about Polynesian culture through dance with Provo-based entertainment group Happy Hula. Kids and families will be able to take part in dances originating from the Cook Islands, New Zealand, Hawaii, Tahiti, Fiji, and Samoa.

  • Sweet Reads at Avenues Proper 4th Tuesday of Each Month, 7–9pm

    Get to know new faces from your neighborhood and expose yourself to books you might not normally read at this monthly book club gathering. Gatherings taking place February and later will focus on a pre-selected title.

  • Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Chief Seattle

    Environmental and climate literacy is crucial to developing a global citizenry fluent in the concepts of climate change and aware of its unprecedented threat. Celebrate the Earth this month by informing yourself about the issues facing the planet.

  • Part of being at a concert is that you're all hearing the same thing. It's about being in a crowd. Cate Blanchett

    Showcase your music at the Library this summer by submitting an application to perform at one of The City Library's summer concert series! Concerts will be hosted at four City Library locations and will highlight all styles of music. Applications will be accepted through Monday, May 15, 2017.


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