• A concert is not a live rendition of an album. It's a theatrical event. Freddie Mercury

    The City Library's Local Music Collection—housed on the first floor of the Main Library—includes a diverse, growing selection of CDs from a variety of artists located in the Salt Lake City area.

  • Día de los Muertos Youth Art Contest
    Call for Entries Oct 1–25 · Day-Riverside Branch

    Día de los Muertos Youth Art Contest

    Artists up to age 17 can submit original artwork that reflects the spirit of Día de los Muertos. The art will be displayed during the Festival, with a grand prize winner chosen from the entries.

  • Long live local music!
    The HUM Collection

    Long live local music!

    The HUM Collection is a free, local music service that provides streaming access to everyone and digital downloads to City Library cardholders. The collection includes 40 albums — and growing! — representing Salt Lake City’s local music scene.

  • Video Gaming Every Friday · Multiple Locations

    Kids and teens can play provided Wii U and PlayStation 4 games on a first-come, first-served basis and enjoy provided snacks.

  • Learn a Language
    Use what language you will, you can never say anything but what you are. Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Learn a Language

    The City Library's Mango Languages database can help you expand your language toolkit.

  • ACT® Study Sessions
    We Shall Not Cease from Exploration. T.S. Eliot

    ACT® Study Sessions

    Get prepped for the ACT® college admissions test. Teens ages 14–18 are invited to this series of peer study sessions where you can work together as a group to review test subjects, learn testing strategies, and practice taking the ACT®.

  • I'm a bit of a night owl because that's when I feel the most creative and alive. Christina Aguilera

    The Creative Lab puts awesome technology in your hands for making videos, podcasts, music, 3D printing, and more! Open for Teens every Monday evening throughout the fall.

  • Code Club
    Programming is just logic-based creativity. John Romero

    Code Club

    Develop computer coding skills at your own pace in a creative and collaborative environment. Kids and teens ages 8–18 can take part weekly workshops where they’ll be able to work through a self-guided programming curriculum with the help of Library staff.

  • Scientific Saturdays 2nd Sat of each Month, 2pm Anderson-Foothill Branch

    Scientific Saturdays are a chance for teens to bust out of the classroom for some hands-on science fun.

  • Dungeons & Dragons Role-Playing Game for Beginners

    Break out your twenty-sided die, Dungeon Master, and start an adventure with new friends. If you’re new to the game, you can build a character ready to take on whatever the story may hold. Join us every at the Glendale and Sweet branches for new tales and excitement in the original role-playing game!

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LEARN A LANGUAGE

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See the world. Meet fun people. Speak their language. Mango Languages will get your linguistic chops up to speed in time for your vacation or study abroad program.

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