• Authors Live: Mary Ellen Hannibal
    Science is all around us, and we each can revel in its pleasures and processes. Bill McKibben

    Authors Live: Mary Ellen Hannibal

    Join the Library on Wednesday, October 26 at the Marmalade Branch as we present Mary Allen Hannibal, author of "Citizen Scientist: Searching for Heroes and Hope in an Age of Extinction."

  • Become slower in your journey through life. Wayne Dyer

    Learn the who, what, where, when, and why of meditation in this class presented by Meditation SLC. Attendees will learn and practice three meditation techniques that they will be able to apply to their everyday lives. No experience with meditation is necessary, and all are welcome.

  • Programming is just logic-based creativity. John Romero

    Develop computer coding skills at your own pace in a creative and collaborative environment. Kids and teens ages 8–18 can take part weekly workshops where they’ll be able to work through a self-guided programming curriculum with the help of Library staff.

  • Día De los Muertos Festival
    Everything that has existed, lingers in the Eternity. Agatha Christie

    Día De los Muertos Festival

    Celebrate the rich Mexican tradition of Día de los Muertos at the Day-Riverside Branch on Tuesday, November 1. Sample pan de muerto and hot chocolate, view an art show by local youth, decorate a sugar skull, and enjoy music and dancing. Face-painting, crafts, and a photobooth will also be at the event.

  • Books are Uniquely portable magic Stephen King

    Find spooky great deals at The Friends of The City Library Monster Used Book Sale, taking place October 26–29. Hundreds of books, movies, vinyl records, CDs, and more! The Monster Used Book Sale offers a well-rounded collection of materials for all ages, all available at bargain prices.

  • The City Library's digital Magazines

    Read and download full digital copies of your favorite magazines with Zinio Digital Magazines. The City Library’s revamped Zinio collection includes titles such as Harper’s, Inc., The Nation, and more.

  • National Hispanic Heritage Month
    It is not the honor that you take with you, but the heritage you leave behind. Branch Rickey

    National Hispanic Heritage Month

    October is National Hispanic Heritage Month, which pays tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced and enriched our nation and society.

  • First Folio! The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare On exhibit at the Main Library Oct 8–31

    Marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, "First Folio! The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare" is a nationwide, touring exhibition. The wonderful book in this exhibition, the 1623 First Folio, includes 36 of Shakespeare's plays, 18 of which were originally printed only in the Folio.

  • We shall not cease from exploration T.S. Eliot

    Get ready for the ACT® college admissions test with a series of peer study sessions offered at the Marmalade Branch every Wednesday.

  • Friday, October 28 1–4pm Main Library, Children's Library

    Celebrate Halloween with a variety of games, crafts, and other activities that are sure to be a ghoulishly good time. Go trick-or-treating for candy, and don’t forget to wear your costume!


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