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ON DISPLAY NOVEMBER 10 - DECEMBER 31
In this unique quilt show from the Montana Bricolage Artists, fabric artists were asked to create tree trunks using whatever inspirations, styles, techniques, and materials they wished.
Monday, December 227:00 pm, Library Ballroom
Many Christmases ago, Charles Dickens would perform a one-man telling of his classic holiday tale, doing all the voices himself. Today, drama teacher Dane Allred recreates that experience with Dickens’s original script. Using all of his vocal range, Allred will perform more than 20 voices, letting the audience use their imaginations to create their own versions of Charles Dickens’s classic characters.
Teens, ages 12-18Thursday, December 183:30 pmYoung Special Events Room, #201
We will be discussing Winterspell by Claire Legrand who will be Skyping with us at the meeting! Check out a copy and come ready to discuss it.
Tuesday, December 307:00 pm, Ballroom
Join us for the launch of Mette Ivie Harrison’s brand new adult mystery, THE BISHOP'S WIFE. Inspired in part by the Susan Powell disappearance, THE BISHOP'S WIFE follows a modern-day bishop’s wife as she finds herself caught up in a police investigation after her neighbor mysteriously disappears.
Monday, January 57:00 pm, Ballroom
Scera Acting Up! presents Peter Pan Jr., a musical adaptation of J.M. Barrie's classic tale.
Thursday, January 157:00 pmYoung Special Events Room, #201
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Provo City Library will be closed Wednesday and Thursday, December 24 and 25 for Christmas. We will reopen for regular business hours on Friday, December 26.
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Popular titles available include: The Econoimst, US Weekly, Cosmopolitan, National Geographic Interactive, Runner's World, Backpacker, Martha Stewart Living, Newsweek, Smithsonian Magazine, Reader's Digest, Esquire, Men's Health, Family Handyman, and Food Network Magazine.