Sango and her family came to Utah from the Congo to begin a new life. Thanks to the partnership between the International Rescue Committee and The City Library's Tech League, her family has received digital literacy mentorship, tutoring, and education to help them as they join their new community.
Get a head start on celebrating Women’s History Month with a discussion about breaking down barriers and making positive differences in the Beehive State. KRCL RadioActive Host and Executive Producer Lara Jones will moderate a panel featuring some of Utah’s influential women, including:
• Heather Hart, Teen Services Librarian, Salt Lake City Public Library • Sandra Hollins, Utah State Representative, House District 23 • Jennifer Napier-Pearce, Editor, The Salt Lake Tribune • Jenny Nicholas, Chair of West High School’s Social Studies Department • Nubia Peña, Program Coordinator, Racially Just Utah • Kathryn Stockton, Distinguished Professor and Interim Associate Vice President for Equity and Diversity, University of Utah
A reception will take place following the panel discussion.
A showcase of book trailers submitted for the 2016 Teen Book Trailer Competition. A top prize of a GoPro Camera and a People's Choice award will be given at a red-carpet gala event on Wednesday, April 20, 2016 at 6pm in the Main Library Auditorium. Refreshments will be provided; formal attire is encouraged but not required.
Book trailer submissions for the 2015 Teen Book Trailer Competition, to be showcased at a gala event at 7pm on Friday, February 13, 2015 in the Main Library Auditorium. This red carpet event will feature screenings of the teen book trailer submissions and the presentation of the Teen Book Trailer Awards, including the Grand Prize GoPro camera for the overall best submission. Refreshments will be provided; formal attire is encouraged but not required.
In honor of The Nation’s 150th anniversary, The City Library hosted a series of events that celebrate the magazine’s legacy of cultural commentary, political analysis, and forward-thinking reporting. Throughout the series, we featured a variety of contemporary voices from the magazine that covered topics ranging from politics, the environment, social justice, and more.