With over 270,000 items in our adult and children’s collections, online access to thousands of eBooks and audiobooks, and home access to over 50 databases of periodicals, manuals, and learning software, you can find what you’re looking for at the Provo City Library.
May 30 - August 1, 2015
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Friday, July 107:00 pmYoung Special Events Room, #201
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Monday, July 67:00 pm, Ballroom
Abandon reality for a night and come to the Provo City Library our 3rd annual Escape Reality Tour. The panel will include Michelle D. Argyle, Renee Collins, Bree Despain, J.R. Johansson, Kasie West, and Natalie Whipple.
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10:00 - 10:30 am
Come enjoy sunshine and stories in one of Provo's beautiful parks this summer. Bring your library card because library materials will be available to check out!
Tuesday, July 147:00 pm, Room 309
Come and meet teen author Maya Van Wagenen as she talks about her award-winning memoir, POPULAR, a book that documents the school year she spent following a 1950s popularity guide.
Wednesday, July 87:00 - 8:30 pmYoung Special Events Room, #201
Swap your gently used books for something new to read!
Wednesday, July 157:00 pm, Ballroom
Join renowned children's book historian Leonard Marcus for a lecture looking back at the history of the Little Golden Books. Free tickets for this event will be available beginning July 1st at the Children’s Desk.
Teens, ages 12-18Saturday, July 113:30 pmYoung Special Events Room, #201
Make your own superhero costume! Lots of materials will be on hand to help design your crazy or creative look.
Tuesday, July 287:00 pmYoung Special Events Room, #201
Provo City Library will be closed Saturday, July 4 for Independence Day. We will reopen for regular business hours on Monday, July 6.
Auto Repair Reference Center
This database includes repair and maintenance information on more than 37,000 vehicles covered from 1945 to present. It provides:
550 North University Avenue Provo, Utah 84601