Please remember that the library will be closed all day on Monday, October 14th for Columbus Day. We will reopen on Tuesday at 10:00am.
We have lots of events planned for this week at the library!
Tues, Oct 15 12:00pm Books & Bites: Book Club for Adults Join our reference librarian Sheri Britsch for a lively discussion of Gideon’s Trumpet by Anthony Lewis. Next month’s book – The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman -will be available at the adult information desk anytime after today’s meeting. Make sure and check out a copy!
Tues, Oct 15 6:00pm Aprenda Ingles
Wed, Oct 16 1:00pm Zumba Gold Certified Zumba instructor Laura Gurney will teach this class designed for older adults or those with limited mobility. Zumba Gold provides modified, low-impact moves and easy-to-follow pacing for a healthy, active lifestyle! Make sure to wear comfortable shoes and bring a water bottle.
Wed, Oct 16 4:00pm After School Ninja Warriors, Part 1 Worried about bullies? Fun verbal judo classes to empower your children! Wed, Oct 16th & 23rd classes are for kids K-2nd grade.
Thurs, Oct 17 4:00pm After School Ninja Warriors, Part 1 Worried about bullies? Fun verbal judo classes to empower your children! Thurs, Oct 17th & 24th classes are for kids 3rd-6th grade.
Thurs, Oct 17 6:00pm Aprenda Ingles
Thurs, Oct 17 7:00pm “So You Want to Read Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein” Join Margy Layton and her guest, Boyd Petersen, for another presentation in this series aimed at the adventurous reader!
Fri, Oct 18 6:30pm Teen Night
Sat, Oct 19 10:00am Microsoft Word Class Join Lisa Willey for the second class of this 6-week series. Become more comfortable using Microsoft Word! Learn how to navigate a Word document, create a bulleted list, use tab stops, insert images, work with tables, and more!
Sat, Oct 19 10:00am Pioneers in Your Attic: Preserving the Legacy of the Western Overland Migration Free scanning event hosted by UVU 10am-4pm. Share your family’s history with the world. Bring in your original documents relating to the overland migration period, 1842-1865. UVU Archives staff will scan your documents and digital copies will be sent to you.