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Parenting the Love & Logic Way Classes 2018 Winter Class- 6 Week Session For more information contact: Kristin Huber 435-621-5298
Death Cure Teen Lock-In January 19, 2018 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm EVERY MAZE HAS AN END Are you Ready? Join us for different activities, food, and friends. Sign Up Here
Help us celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss! Can you read 100 books or chapters by March 2nd, 2018 between 3:00 and 5:00 p.m. For every 25 books or chapters that you read, you will receive a ticket for a chance to win one of the grand prizes. Bring your reading log to the Library Read more about 100 BOOKS 100 CHAPTERS[…]
Tedd Arnold After-School Activity Friday, January 5, 2018 from 3 to 5 p.m. Join us as we celebrate Tedd Arnold at our monthly After-School Activity for kids ages 0 to 11. Tedd Arnold wrote kid books such as: Parts, Hi! Fly Guy, and Green Wilma. We will have crafts and activities associated with the books. Read more about Tedd Arnold After-School Activity[…]
Who is your hero or heroine? Sign-up using the google form link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1wR4g9Z1USXtpeNRexSzwOWZpeDVhbYgHowNfR0-nb88/edit Include child and parent names, age of the child, and email address. Please make sure that each child is signed up individually. Then make sure to pick up your packet at the Children’s Help Desk at Uintah County Library. After completing your Read more about Artist in the Making: Heroes and Heroines[…]
Here’s the short version: “bumps in the road” for OverDrive eBook users- expect service outages; you’ll need your PIN in addition to your lib card number. We apologize for inconveniences which this may cause you. Here’s the long version: Uintah County Library users of OverDrive eBooks have always been able to sign in to the Read more about OverDrive eBooks- bumps in the road.[…]
Print off the bingo card and mark each square as you read. Or edit on your device as you read using our PDF version. Copies are also available at the Library. Each blackout (completed card) will be entered into our drawing. Bring in or email your completed bingo card (with your name and contact information) Read more about BOOK BINGO[…]
Food for fines at the Uintah County Library going on now until the last day of the Year. See flyer for details.
Storytimes: Monday: Wiggles ‘N Giggles is in the Children’s Area at 10:00 a.m. Miss Roxanne leads the children in song and dance. She reads a story and provides a craft for the kids. This storytime is geared toward young children (0 to 18 months) who are learning fine motor skills. Older siblings and children always welcome. Caregivers must Read more about Storytimes at the Library[…]