Dr. Seuss After School Activity March 3, 3-5pm

Come to the Uintah County Library’s  Dr. Seuss After School Activity. Oh the Places You’ll Go! Friday March 3, 2017


Scrappy Irish Chain Quilting Class March 11, 2017 Saturday 1-5pm


I am excited about this months quilt! Scrappy Irish chain, this is a free class so you can’t miss it.  Below you will find fabric requirements and cutting instructions for this class. Get your fabric ready and join us Saturday March 11, from 1-5pm.  Door prizes and snacks are provide.

No sign up required for this class.

Scrappy Irish Chain Quilt Pattern

 Scrappy Irish Chain Quilt / Pattern by Jessie Fincham

Fabrics used: Essentials 100% cotton white / Kona Peony / Scrap Fabrics (mostly from Sew and Quilt)

Finished block size: 18.5″
Finished quilt size: 90″ square

Materials Needed
2-1/2 yards (2-1/4m) white fabric
1-1/2 yards (1 1/4m) pink fabric
4-3/4 yards (4 1/4m) scrap fabric
1 yard (3/4m) binding fabric
8 yards (7 1/4m) backing fabric
98″ x 98″ cotton batting

1. From the white fabric cut the following:
– (12) 18.5 x 6.5″
– (24) 14.5 x 2.5″
– (24) 10.5 x 2.5″
– (24) 6.5 x 6.5″
– (52) 2.5″ x 2.5″
2. From the pink fabric cut the following:
– (300) 2.5. x 2.5″ squares 3. From scrap fabric cut the following:
– (989) 2.5″ squares

If it helps, you can use the diagram below to guide you with the cutting of the white fabric. Cut carefully! (Diagram not to scale).


Essential Oil Education Tuesdays at 10am

Essential Oil Education Classes Tuesdays at 10:00 am.  

All classes are free and taught by local essential oil user volunteers who willing share their experiences and knowledge. 

  • November 1, Kim Young: Bingo with your Favorite oils
  • November 8, Marily Gurney:
  • November 15, Connie Perry: Healthy live styles and a leaky gut.
  • November 29, Willa Rae Dilworth:
  • December 6, Dee Collett: Christmas Iedas
  • December 13, Marilee: Health Supplements for overall health
  • December 20, Dee Collett: Petitgrain
  • January  3, No Class
  • January 10,  Jeanie Tolbert: Zyto scan and what to do with the informations
  • January 17, Shelly Chivers: Deep Blue Soft Gels
  • January 24, Sami Turner: GX assist and PB Assist
  • January 31, images

Lego Club Join the Fun 4:00pm Thursdays

Lego Club is back at the library, Thursdays 4pm, learn how to make stop motion movies, have a weekly challenge and lots of fun.  This club is for school age kids 5 and older, and is held on days public school is in session.  No School No Lego Club.

Lego club 2016

Accuquilt Studio Die Cutter Instructions

You must watch the video, or have staff training, before using the Accuquilt Studio Fabric Cutter. We have new trays. The trays will need to be checked out with your library card to insure proper use of the cutter. Checking out the trays indicates you have watched the videos and have received proper instruction This will  insure your safety and the safety of the Accuquilt Studio Cutting Machine.


Accuquilt Cutter Video

Zentangle Art Class Every Tuesdays at 1:00 pm and 5:00 pm Any Ability welcome.

ZentangleSpokenHereZentangle Art Class is at 1:00pm and 5:00 pm open to any ability.  One time charge of $5. for a Mini Zentangle Art Kit. We will be meeting in the Upstairs Small Conference Room 

Anything is Possible One Stroke at a Time (r)

At first glance, a Zentangle creation can seem intricate and complicated. But, when you learn how it is done, you realize how simple it is . . . sort of like learning the secret behind a magic trick. Then, when you create a piece of Zentangle art, you realize how fun and engrossing the process itself is. We love presenting to a class or seminar full of people who are convinced they can’t draw the Zentangle art we show them. Then, within 15 minutes, they have easily accomplished what they thought was impossible. This is one of our favorite Zentangle moments, because then we ask, “What else do you know that you can’t do?” You can transfer that insight and experience of success and accomplishment to any life experience. Something may look complicated, but you now know that you can do it, one simple stroke at a time.

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