• a city of tar-paper barracks behind a barbed-wire fence

    Join The City Library for a panel discussion on life and art at the Topaz interment camp. More than 11,000 people of Japanese ancestry—most of whom were U.S. citizens or legal permanent resident aliens—were relocated to the Topaz internment camp near Delta, Utah during World War II. Many internees documented their lives at the camp through artwork created at an internee-run art school.

  • Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words. Robert Frost

    Every April, National Poetry Month recognizes poetry’s expressiveness, joy, power, and its influence on our culture and lives. Inspire words and express yourself with resources from The City Library.

  • The Earth is like a child that knows poems. Rainer Maria Rilke

    Earth Day, taking place Wednesday, April 22, is an annual event which recognizes environmental issues and promotes the protection of Earth and its natural resources. Help support a healthy environment. Through the month of April, exchange your plastic bags for a reusable City Library tote at the Main Library Browsing Desk. Using reusable bags reduces waste and fossil fuel consumption.

  • The Friends of The City Library Spring Used Book Sale
    Great deals on books, movies, music, and more!

    The Friends of The City Library Spring Used Book Sale

    Shop a well-rounded collection of a variety of materials, including an amazing selection of vintage and collectible books.

  • The earth laughs in flowers Ralph Waldo Emerson

    These workshops are designed to make your foray into gardening as easy and successful as possible.

  • Art Exhibition Call for Entries
    Submit your artwork to be featured at the city Library

    Art Exhibition Call for Entries

    The City Library is seeking art exhibition submissions for all Library locations, and is accepting applications online or in-person through April 10.


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