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Library Open Late Friday For Gallery Walk
The library will remain open later than normal on Friday, October 9th to participate in the CVCA Gallery Walk. We will be featuring a variety of artists in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month.
  • The Gallery Wall will feature the photography of Johnny Lopez, a self taught freelance natural light digital photographer.
  • Music will be provided by classical guitarist Eric Burton.
  • Beautiful handmade piƱatas by Gloria Perez will be on display.
  • We'll also be have a free showing of the critically-acclaimed film Frida, a biographical drama about Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. This film is rated R. For anyone under 17, an accompanying parent or adult guardian is required.
When: Friday, October 9th: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Where: Logan Library

Posted by Logan Library on Wednesday, 7 October 2015
Learning @ The Library

Learning @ the Library are classes that offer instruction on computer basics, an introduction to Facebook as well as using your eReader or tablet with the Logan Library's resources. This session we have a new class on how to check out digital magazines.

You can either bring your own device or use one of the library's. A schedule of classes is available here.

To sign up for any of these classes, use our online sign up page, stop by the Information Desk or call 716-9120.
Posted by Logan Library on Friday, 2 October 2015
Utah Humanities Book Festival - Wayne A. Wiegand
Wayne A. Wiegand, renowned American library historian, author, and academic, will share Part of Our Lives, his new history of public libraries in America.

When: Thursday, October 1, 2015: 7:00 PM
Where: Logan Library - Virginia Hanson Room

In Part of Our Lives, Wayne A. Wiegand delves into the heart of why Americans love their libraries. Wiegand listens to the voices of everyday patrons who cherish libraries. Drawing on newspaper articles, memoirs, and biographies, he paints a clear and engaging picture of Americans who value libraries not only as civic institutions but also as social spaces for promoting and maintaining the community.

More information about Part Of Our Lives

More information about Utah Humanities Book Festival

Posted by Logan Library on Wednesday, 30 September 2015
Banned Books Week 2015
September 27 to October 3 is Banned Books Week!
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Banned Books Week is an annual event that celebrates the freedom to read. This year the theme of Banned Books Week is Young Adult Fiction. Frequently Challenged or Banned Young Adult Fiction 2014-2015.

Banned Books Virtual Read-Out!
For the fifth year in a row, readers from across the country and around the world will be able to participate virtually during Banned Books Week, Sept. 27 October 3, 2015. Participants may proclaim the importance of the freedom to read by posting videos that will be featured on a dedicated Banned Books Week Virtual Read-Out YouTube channel.

The American Library Association's Frequently Challenged Books
Banned and Challenged Classics
Books Banned or Challenged in 2014-2015.

Celebrate your freedom to read by selecting a book available at the Logan Library: More Information from the American Library Association

More Information from BannedBooksWeek.org
Posted by Logan Library on Sunday, 27 September 2015
Community Events
October 9, 2015
$10:00 AM Corn Maze on the Farm
10:00 AM Transcendence: Abstraction and Symbolism I
6:00 PM Gallery Walk featuring Hispanic Art
6:00 PM Gallery Walk
6:30 PM HHM:Friday
$7:00 PM The Veleveteen Rabbit
7:00 PM Science Unwrapped
$9:30 PM The Antics

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