• Tea Tuesdays
    The tea ceremony wonderfully lifts the mind above the perplexities of life. D.T. Suzuki

    Tea Tuesdays

    Join Moka and Herbalist Josh Williams for a series of casual, hands-on workshops focused on teas for wellness, peace, and tradition.

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    Marmalade Town Hall Series Wed, Mar 27, 7–8pm · Marmalade Branch

    topic: Poverty & Urban Farming

    A year-long Town Hall series. These gatherings aim to generate conversation, improve our community, and make a difference in the lives of all the individuals who call Salt Lake City home.

  • The most creative people have a childlike facility to play. John Cleese

    The City Library offers various classes each month to introduce the community to the various software titles available for use in the Creative Lab.

  • Who Run the World?
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    Who Run the World?

    Explore a curated set of works by women and about the lives of women in celebration of Women's History Month.

  • No More Overdue Fines
    The best way to pay for a lovely moment is to enjoy it. Richard Bach

    No More Overdue Fines

    The City Library will no longer charge fines for materials that are returned after their due date.

  • Truth brings joyous tranquility Rumi

    Discuss Rumi's poems and parables and celebrate the spiritual poetry of our life and community. This monthly meeting offers participants the opportunity to read their favorite poems from Rumi or other spiritual poets from around the world.

  • Great Basin Baroque Sat, Mar 30, 3pm · Day-Riverside Branch

    A historically-accurate performance of baroque music from 17th Century France. Hear the work of Marin Marais, Antoine Forqueray, and Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre for violoncello and harpsichord.

  • Become a Technology Mentor
    Technology is all about building human connections. Padmasree Warrior

    Become a Technology Mentor

    In partnership with the International Rescue Committee, Technology Mentors support refugee families recently resettled into the Salt Lake City area by empowering them to unlock the potential of technology. Mentors guide refugees in navigating a new community and creating a safe space for the family to learn and grow in their technology use and English skills.

  • Fix-it Clinic Sat, Mar 23 · 11am–2pm · Sweet Branch

    Bring in your broken or malfunctioning items — clothing, small carpentry items, small appliances, or small electronics. You'll work side-by-side with experienced Repair Coaches to try to get them up and running again!

  • Free Access to Lynda.com
    Try to learn something about everything and everything about something. Thomas Huxley

    Free Access to Lynda.com

    Lynda.com provides an extensive library of training videos on practically any software program imaginable, including web development, design, animation, audio and video production, and more.


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    Book Lists

The City Library offers dozens of online resources that you can access anytime, anywhere. Download eBooks and digital magazines, stream music and movies, learn a new language or skill, even get homework help from a live tutor.

    Tech League

The Tech League's goal is to understand who in our community lacks Internet access and to bring the Library's resources and tools to those individuals to foster independence, connection, and success in our digital world.

    Book Clubs

Access Library resources dedicated to all things Book Clubs. Browse the Library's Book Club Kits available for checkout, learn more about the Utah State Library's Book Club Lending Program, and explore the Library's weekly- and monthly-hosted Book Clubs!