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Library News, Events, & registration
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Take a gallery stroll in the library
Make/create at the library
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MISSION: Uintah County Library supports people of all ages in their quests to learn, grow and discover. We promote individual and community growth by providing opportunities for lifelong learning and enrichment that are centered on first-rate informational resources.
VISION STATEMENT: Residents of Uintah County will see their library as a social, educational and civic hub in the community. At the Library people will enjoy clean, high-quality facilities and services that support lifelong learning.
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Research a topic
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Interlibrary Loan request
Request an item via interlibrary loan. Fill submit the form found on the library’s ILL request page
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Click here to view the Fall Newsletter!
Let’s get ready for the holidays with our annual free candy making demo! Saturday, November 18th Doors open at 12:30 (space is limited) Door prizes, samples, and more! If you are looking to volunteer as one of our bakers, contact Amber or Mauri at 435-789-0091 as soon as possible.
Lego Day: Saturdays from 2 to 3 p.m. in the main floor conference room. For all ages. Caregivers must accompany their children.
Tinker Crates Signup at the library near the Circulation Desk. STEM based activity for Ages 10-12 Class Dates are as follows: September 15th, October 13th, November 17th, December 8th, January 12th, February 9th, March 9th, April 13th, and May 11th. For more information, contact the library or Jolynn Runolfson: 790-7400 or email@example.com
Parenting the Love & Logic Way, Thursday’s September 21, 28. October 5, 12, 29. November 2. There will be no class October 19.
Come One, Come All to the Wonderful Wizarding World! Hogwarts delivers to you our Magical Yule Ball! September 22, 2017 6:00pm to 10:00pm For Wizards and Muggles in Middle School and High School. Dress as your favorite character for our costume contest. We will have Diagon Alley, Gringotts Bank, Hagrid’s House, Defense Against the Dark Read more about Harry Potter Yule Ball Teen Lock-In[…]
For guidelines and full instructions, please click/tap here or ask Chrystal or Julie at the library. Now available until September 15th.
Understanding Medicare by Stephen L. Lewis, state licensed insurance agent, specializing in Medicare. Whether you’re new to medicare, our you could just use some brushing up. Come and get your questions answered, learn how you can avoid the traps, and see what options might work best for you. When: Third Wednesday of every month at Read more about Medicare 101 or Understanding Medicare[…]
TAG: Teen Advisory Group Uintah County Library Are you excited about books? Are you passionate about authors? Do you want to be involved in your library? Do you eagerly await the publication of the next great book? Do you love to give service to others? Do you love to just hang out at the library? Read more about TAG Teen Advisory Group[…]
Storytimes: Monday: Wiggles ‘N Giggles is in the Main Floor Conference Room 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 Read more about Storytimes at the Library[…]