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.
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These 30 remarkable black-and-white images were selected from the larger collection of 60 photographs in John Telford’s 503-mile photo tour of US Highway 89 in Utah.
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Bring any questions or projects you would like a librarian to help you with. Resumés, email, eBooks, internet searching, and more. A Spanish speaker is available upon request.
Every Thursday in August at 7:00 pm
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Monday, August 117:00 pmRoom 309
Join local author and illustrator Will Strong and the team from ThunderStone Books as they launch their first in a series of bilingual books for beginning language learners: Monkey Gains His Powers and Picturing Chinese. There will be Chinese games, prizes, and more! This event is free; no tickets required. All ages invited.
Thursday, August 1412:00 noon - 7:00 pm1st Floor Reference Desk
Parents and teens, stop by the desk to find out what the Teen Volunteer Board (TVB) does, why we need teens to help the Library, and to pick up an application for the new and improved TVB.
You could win movie passes, candy, and more!
Tuesday, August 197:00 pmBullock Room, #309
Receive text messages on your phone when items you requested are ready for pick up or when items are overdue. Reply to messages to renew materials.
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Teens, 12 - 18Friday, August 296:00 pmYoung Special Events Room, #201
For movie title and more information, please call 801-852-6661.
Wednesday, August 137:00 pmYoung Special Events Room, #201
Class presented by Taylor Andrews Academy of Hair
Thursday, August 147:00 pm, Room 201
This special workshop will cover voting and political basics: how to register to vote, where to find information on candidates, and how to get involved in Provo’s political processes.
Este taller especial cubrirá la votación y fundamentos políticos: cómo registrarse para votar, dónde encontrar información sobre los candidatos y cómo participar en los procesos políticos de Provo.
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The Library will be closed on Monday, September 1 for Labor Day. We will open again for regular business hours on Tuesday, September 2.
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