• Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words. Robert Frost

    Every April, National Poetry Month recognizes poetry’s expressiveness, joy, power, and its influence on our culture and lives. Inspire words and express yourself with resources from The City Library.

  • The Earth is like a child that knows poems. Rainer Maria Rilke

    Earth Day, taking place Wednesday, April 22, is an annual event which recognizes environmental issues and promotes the protection of Earth and its natural resources. Help support a healthy environment. Through the month of April, exchange your plastic bags for a reusable City Library tote at the Main Library Browsing Desk. Using reusable bags reduces waste and fossil fuel consumption.

  • Tilt your Vision, shift your perspective

    Utah Film Center, in partnership with Spy Hop and SHIFT, presents the inaugural TiltShift Festival! The festival, which runs April 25–26 at the Main Library, is a film and media arts festival organized and programmed by teens dedicated to presenting work for a teen audience.

  • Tour the Topaz historic site and Museum in Delta, Utah

    This free, all-day event will include a tour of the Topaz War Relocation Camp as well as the Topaz Museum in Delta, Utah. Transportation and lunch will be provided. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.


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