• Sprague Firehouse Express Now Open!

    The Sprague Branch closed Monday, April 1 for a full remodel. The Branch will reopen in late 2020. The City Library will continue to serve the Sugar House community at the Sprague Firehouse Express, which opened Sunday, April 28.

  • Career Online High School

    Career Online High School (COHS) offers adults who have not completed high school the opportunity to earn an accredited high school diploma and career certificates online. This program is completely free for students, as scholarships have been provided by The Friends of The Salt Lake City Public Library.

  • Storytime in the Park
    Storytime in the Park Multiple Locations · May 7-10

    Storytime in the Park

    Being outside engages all five senses, plus another very important one: the imagination! Young pre-readers will enjoy a story, followed by a walk through the park with Kendal Scott of the Salt Lake City Division of Trails & Natural Lands.

  • Igniting creativity through art & literature Free and open to the public at UMFA First Wednesday of each month 6:30–7:30pm

    Match is a monthly series of book and art adventures at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. Ignite your creativity through lively conversation and in-gallery activities. This partnership between the Salt Lake City Public Library and the UMFA will get you thinking creatively in words, images, or whatever form inspires you.

  • Rooftop Yoga 2019!
    Rooftop Yoga 2019! Main Library · May–August

    Rooftop Yoga 2019!

    Join Salt Lake Power Yoga on the scenic rooftop of the Main Library for free community yoga classes that are perfect for all ages and experience levels. Registration is required, please arrive early. Registration is required but your spot is not guaranteed. Please arrive early to have ample time to set up your mat. Class size is limited to 200 participants.

  • River Walk · Thu, May 16
    See how poetry and science naturally complement one another!

    River Walk · Thu, May 16

    Take an observational walk along the Jordan River with Jordan River Commission project manager, Brian Tonetti and Utah Poet Laureate, Paisley Rekdal.

  • Learn and Grow Playtime
    Learn and Grow Playtime Multiple Locations · May

    Learn and Grow Playtime

    Bring your kids to an open playtime with Help Me Grow Utah while meeting other grown-ups and learning about your child’s development through play. At the playtime, parents and guardians can fill out a developmental questionnaire, learn how they can help their child’s development, and get more information about community resources.

  • The Seed Library Main Library, Welcome Desk

    This Spring, get growing with our new Seed Library! Take (or donate) seeds for vegetables and other plants and start a garden of your own. Find the Seed Library near the Welcome Desk at the Main Library.

  • Garden as though you will live forever William Kent

    The Plot is a community garden open to all patrons of the Library from sunrise to sunset. The City Library offers classes in The Plot to introduce the community to various aspects of gardening, wellness, and sustainability.

    AUDUBON PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS SERIES Multiple Events · May 30-June 10 · Main Library


    Join us for a series of events coinciding with the 2018 Audubon Photography Awards gallery show. With lectures from artist Jane Kim, photographer Tom Matthewson, a special bird storytime, a Parade of Raptors with Hawkwatch International, and more.


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