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Post-beginner Spanish conversation. A short reading or themed questions will guide each session.
Families can explore hands-on science activities about sound, balance, and magnets.
Civil War re-enactors from The Fort Douglas Living History Detachment will be on Library Square.
Kids can practice reading to a fuzzy friend in a non-threatening environment.
Stories and fun for the whole family, presented in Spanish. // Historias y diversión para toda la familia, presentado en español.
Practice breathing and meditation techniques to live in the present moment, break through barriers, and realize your full potential.
University of Utah Professor Bruce Dain will address how race affected Lincoln’s leadership and what we can learn from his example.
In this 90-minute computer class, learn how to use the mail merge function in Microsoft Word to create form letters, mailing labels, envelopes, and emails. Some knowledge of Excel or Access is helpful but not required.
photographs by Marguerite H. Roberts
Art exhibit featuring the work of Reida Fillmore
Annual exhibit featuring art, photos, essays, and videos showcasing teens and young adults making poasitive differences every day in their communities.
Art exhibit featuring the work of Julie Lefgren
Art exhibit featuring the work of Randy Laub
Art exhibit featuring the work of students from Excelsior Academy Jr. High
Art exhibit featuring the work of Dianne Gulezian
Art exhibit featuring the work of Christine Davison
works by West High International Baccalaureate art students
Using the Constitution as the cohesive thread, "Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War" offers a fresh and innovative perspective on Lincoln that focuses on his struggle to meet the political and constitutional challenges of the Civil War.
Art exhibit featuring the work of John Sproul with poems by Lynn Kilpatrick
Art exhibit featuring photographs by Logan Havens