• Authors Live
    far and away her funniest and most sparkling book Janet Maslin, The New York Times

    Authors Live

    Mary Roach returns to The City Library to promote the paperback release of her latest book, "Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal". Bookselling and signing to follow. The event is presented by Sam Weller Bookworks.

  • Free Access to Lynda.com
    Learning never exhausts the mind. Leonardo Da Vinci

    Free Access to Lynda.com

    slcpl.org/lynda provides an extensive library of training videos on practically any software program imaginable, including business productivity programs, professional design software, audio and video production, mobile platforms, and so much more.

  • The Friends of The City Library Spring Used Book Sale
    Show me the books he loves and I shall know The man far better than through mortal friends. S. Weir Mitchell

    The Friends of The City Library Spring Used Book Sale

    Thousands of movies, mysteries, cookbooks, and more, all available at bargain prices. Sale runs Apr 10–15; Members-Only Preview Sale: Thursday, April 10, Public Sale: April 11–15.

  • Reflection is the lamp of the heart

    Materials are available at the Welcome Desk of the Main Library or at any of the discussion groups.

  • I am either under the radar or over the radar Joan Rivers

    See amazing films that missed a popular release on the big screen. This month, we will be screening local filmmaker Trent Harris' film "The Cement Ball of Earth, Heaven and Hell" (2003, Unrated).


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