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Monday, 4 March 2013
How Beautiful: A Pictorial History of the Logan Temple
Join us for a public viewing of How Beautiful: A Pictorial History of the Logan Temple on Thursday, March 7th at 7 p.m. in the Jim Bridger Room.
Following the success of his books, local historian Darrin Smith has now completed the first volume of a documentary film series on the history of the Logan LDS Temple.
The film features photographs collected from institutions all over Utah and from the personal collection of the author. Readers of his book of the same title will be pleased to see three times as many photographs along with engaging narration and sound effects.
Posted By Logan Library at 8:55 AM
Wednesday, 20 February 2013
Movie Night Special Feature: Lloyd Alexander Documentary
Come to the library on Thursday, February 21 at 7 p.m. for a free showing of the new biographical documentary LLOYD ALEXANDER by Utah filmmaker Jared Crossley!
One of America's premier authors of children's fantasy, Lloyd Alexander is best known for the Chronicles of Prydain, including the 1969 Newbery winner The High King. This documentary gives fans a never-before-seen glimpse of the life and writings of this beloved author, including an in-depth look at the land of Prydain.
Longtime fans of Lloyd Alexander and eager new readers alike will enjoy this heartwarming look at America's High King of Fantasy.
Crossley will be in attendance to introduce the film. Event will be held in the Jim Bridger Room. Sponsored by the Adult Nonfiction and Children's divisions at the Logan Library.
Posted By Logan Library at 1:14 PM
Thursday, 7 February 2013
Learning @ the Library
Registration for a new series of classes has begun! Learning @ the Library are classes that offer instruction on computer, email, and internet basics, as well as instruction on how to use your Kindle, iPad, or Nook with the Logan Library's resources. 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, stop by the Information Desk or call 716-9120.
Posted By Logan Library at 8:36 AM
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