One of the noteworthy aspects of Salt Lake City's Main Library are the locally-owned and -operated shops and services at Library Square. Drop by the shops inside and outside the Main Library to pick up a thoughtful gift, fresh plants and flowers, locally-made art, or a delicious bite to eat. Services include a writing center to provide the community with the support they need for any writing project and the broadcasting center of KCPW radio. Read below for full details.
SHOPS & SERVICES AT LIBRARY SQUARE
Art at the Main
artatthemain.com · 801-363-4088
A non-profit artist co-op to promote and provide public access to art created by emerging Utah artists. You will find original works in a wide range of media including watercolor, oil, acrylic, pastel, and 3-D. Works are reasonably priced, allowing everyone to experience the joy of owning beautiful, original, locally-produced art.
The English Garden
theenglishgarden.biz · 801-364-6202
A full-service florist offering fine fresh flower arrangements, European garden planters, blooming plants, and gifts for all occasions. Delivery is available to all areas in the Salt Lake valley.
George Eliot Salon
georgeliotsalon.com · 801-883-8873
The newest addition to Library Square, George Eliot Salon, owned and operated by Patrick Wentworth, offers haircuts, styling, color, wash, and treatment for all ages and styles.
Offering sandwiches made daily on fresh artisan bread, pasta, salads, soup, pastries, catering, specials, and more.
KCPW Radio: 88.3FM & 105.3FM
kcpw.org · 801-359-5279
Broadcasting 24 hours a day from National Public Radio, Public Radio International, the BBC World Service, and KCPW's award-winning local news team. KCPW provides thoughtful analysis of local, national, and international events.
The Library Store
slcpl.org/libstore · 801-524-8238
The Library Store, owned and operated by The Friends of The City Library, provides unexpected literary-inspired gifts to suit all audiences and occasions. Look for practical, whimsical, and educational products that celebrate reading, writing, and literature. Sales benefit The City Library.
SLCC Community Writing Center
slcc.edu/cwc · 801-957-2192
The SLCC Community Writing Center (CWC) supports, motivates and educates people of all abilities and educational backgrounds who want to use writing for practical needs, civic engagement and personal expression. In addition to an open space available for writing, we provide opportunities to enhance writing abilities through such programs as Writing Coaching , Writing Workshops, the DiverseCity Writing Series and Writing Partners. Click here for a brief history of the CWC.
Salt Lake Roasting Co.
roasting.com · 801-363-7572
Providing library patrons with specialty coffee, tea and juice drinks, pastries, and snacks from the first floor cafe inside the library. Coffee without compromise for more than 20 years.