• Tech League
    Technology can create a sense of community. Hal Sparks

    Tech League

    The City Library’s Tech League aims to build a more digitally inclusive community through information, workshops, events, and classes. 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.

  • 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. For the first event in January, come ready with book titles you’ve read and enjoyed. Gatherings taking place February and later will focus on a pre-selected title.

  • African American History Month

    February is African American History Month. Celebrate the generations of African Americans who struggled for freedom and equality and their continuing contributions which help shape America today.

  • Utah's Trailblazing Women Wed, Feb 22, 7pm

    Celebrate Women’s History Month with a discussion about breaking down barriers and making positive differences in the Beehive State. KRCL RadioActive Host and Executive Producer Lara Jones will moderate a panel in the Main Library Auditorium featuring some of Utah’s influential women.

  • Escape the room! Pacific Island 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!

  • You only need one ray of light to chase all the shadows away. Fredrik Backman, "A Man Called Ove"

    United We Read SLC is an initiative for everyone in Salt Lake County to connect by reading the same book and by sharing their experience with others. Community members are invited to participate in discussions, programs, and events and to contribute to a public collection of stories of kindness—random, intentional, received, and given.

  • 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.

  • Thu, Mar 2, 3–5pm Main Library, Children's Library

    Theodor Seuss Geisel, also known as Dr. Seuss, would have been 113 years old this year. Join The City Library, Discovery Gateway, and KUED in celebrating this beloved children’s author with games, activities, and a special appearance by the Cat in the Hat!

  • West High Musical Showcase Sat, Feb 25, 10am–12pm

    Join us at the Marmalade Branch for live performances from a variety of young vocalists and musicians. Watch as students from West High School’s Music Theory class showcase their talents.



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