• Homebuying 101 Multiple Locations · Oct–Jan

    Buying a home is exciting, but sometimes daunting experience. This class will help you learn the basics of home buying, including how to find grants, loans, and government financing programs, how to identify mistakes to avoid, what to expect from new builds and how to purchase foreclosures. You'll leave feeling more confident about the next steps and with a clear vision of how the entire home-buying process comes together.

  • Tea Tuesdays
    The tea ceremony wonderfully lifts the mind above the perplexities of life. D.T. Suzuki

    Tea Tuesdays

    Join Moka and Herbalist Josh Williams for a series of casual, hands-on workshops focused on teas for wellness, peace, and tradition.

  • Showcase your smarts against other trivia geeks

    The second Friday of each month, take part in The Leonardo's Trivia night and see how much you know about current events, science, pop culture, history, and more.

  • Become a Technology Mentor
    Technology is all about building human connections. Padmasree Warrior

    Become a Technology Mentor

    In partnership with the International Rescue Committee, Technology Mentors support refugee families recently resettled into the Salt Lake City area by empowering them to unlock the potential of technology. Mentors guide refugees in navigating a new community and creating a safe space for the family to learn and grow in their technology use and English skills.

  • Annual Candelight Concert Sat, Dec 1, 7:30–9pm · Chapman Branch

    Wrap up the Chapman Branch's Centennial year with songs of falling leaves, slanting rays, and crackling fires as duo Que Faire illuminates the winter season with their performance, "Winter Warm."

  • Check out a Puzzle!

    Piece together a fun challenge with The City Library’s Puzzle Discovery Kits! Puzzles are available for checkout and can be requested from the online catalog or from any Library location. Each puzzle checks out for 21 days.

  • No More Overdue Fines
    The best way to pay for a lovely moment is to enjoy it. Richard Bach

    No More Overdue Fines

    The City Library will no longer charge fines for materials that are returned after their due date.

  • SHH! A Very Quiet Concert Series Sun, Dec 9 · 2–4pm · Main Library

    A new concert series featuring very quiet music written just for the library. Specially selected local composers and bands have been commissioned to create or present pieces of unusually low-volume music with the Main Library specifically in mind.

  • Great Basin Baroque Sat, Nov 17 · 3pm · Glendale Branch

    Let music take you to another time and place with this performance by Great Basin Baroque. This ensemble — composed of accomplished local musicians — recreates the European music of the 16th, 17th, and 18th Century using historically crafted instruments and historically authentic playing techniques

  • How to start the Conversation about Being Mortal Multiple Locations · Nov–Dec

    A Living Will states who you want to make decisions for you in the event of an incapacitating medical emergency. Bring adult family members and discuss this important topic with Camille Collett, MD, MPH.


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    Book Lists

The City Library offers dozens of online resources that you can access anytime, anywhere. Download eBooks and digital magazines, stream music and movies, learn a new language or skill, even get homework help from a live tutor.

    Tech League

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.