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United We Read SLC
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United We Read SLC, a partnership of Murray Library, Salt Lake City Public Library, Salt Lake County Library, and Utah Humanities, is an initiative for everyone in Salt Lake County to connect by reading the same book and by sharing their experiences with others.

The selection for 2018 is The Book of Unknown Americans by Cristina Henríquez. Copies of the book are available for checkout in English, Spanish, and electronically.

Discussions and events will be held January through March at various locations across the county, and are detailed online and on the United We Read SLC Facebook page

Teen Tech Month
Teen Tech

Celebrate science, technology, engineering and math the entire month of March with Teen Tech Month.

This year's theme is "Libraries are for creating" and teens, ages 13-18, are invited to attend STEM programs and enter a contest for a chance to win a full scholarship to DevPoint Labs' part-time Full Stack Web Development course and other prizes.

Receive a one-time fine waiver—up to $5 per card, per person—for attending a program or entering a contest.

Learn more:

O.W.L. Camp Applications Now Open
OWL Camp

Attend Hogwarts for one day in June at the County Library’s O.W.L. Camp. This is your chance to be sorted into your Hogwarts house, play Quidditch, and learn subjects like Potions and Defense Against the Dark Arts.

Applications are due March 31, and participation is based on a random selection. Salt Lake County youth, ages 11-18, are invited to apply.

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Spring Movie Series
Teen Tech

Enjoy popcorn, giveaways and Hollywood classics on Monday evenings in April as part of our Spring Movie Series. 

April 2: Singin' in the Rain
April 9: Casablanca
April 16: King Kong (1933)
April 23: La La Land

What: Spring Movie Series
When: Mondays in April, 7 pm
Where: Library's Viridian Event Center

Year of Inclusion - inclusion tree image

It’s about ALL of us at the County Library. We are committed to increasing awareness, and promoting equality and acceptance among employees and Library users. Programs and events highlighting specific topics and populations are offered, free of charge, each month.

To learn more, and to participate, visit your neighborhood County Library and take a look at our online calendar.


Early Literacy Text Messages

Receive tips for building young brains and growing great learners.

Text SIGNUP or REGISTRESE to 385.206.6828 to sign up (available in English and Spanish).

Carrier rates may apply