John Lundell Oil Painting

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On exhibit now through April. Watch for details about an artist's reception.

Wonder Wednesdays

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JANUARY 16 – Get to Know Your Library
     Come participate in a “Seek and Find” activity that will help you become better acquainted with the Library, it’s resources, and our staff.

FEBRUARY 13 – Read-a-Thon
     Let's see how many reading minutes we can get in two hours!

MARCH 13 – Unplug at Your Library
     We’ll have a variety of “no-tech” activities available today.  Coloring pages, games, puzzles, etc.  Come spend an hour or two just winding down.

APRIL 10 – Dewey Adventures 736.9: Origami
       Come explore our collection of origami books and try your hand at paper folding.

MAY 8 – Dewey Adventure (520/629.4): The Universe at Your Library

     Get a sneak peak at our Summer Reading Program.  The theme for this year is “A Universe of Stories”.  We’ll have a variety of Space-related activities available and books on Astronomy and Space Exploration to browse through and take home..

Library Tutorials

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Need help in this electronic world. Just click "Tutorials" on the right of your screen and find help with:

Ancestry Library Edition



Good Reads


LearningExpress Library


Overdrive / Libby





John Lundell - Woodburning

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John Lundell grew up in Southern Utah among the red hills and mountains of the area.  He enjoys the outdoors and particularly loves the beautiful landscape that is unique to this area.  He currently resides in Cedar City, with his wife and 5 children.  He has been practicing this artform for the past 6 years and loves the challenge and patience it requires.  

Free Driver License Test Help

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Need free driver license test help?


Or link through the our Reference page.

Story time

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Story time every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 10:00 and 10:30.


Donations to the Library

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The Library accepts donations of books and other materials. However, not all materials will be retained by the Library. Please note:

Materials likely to be retained are:

  • Relatively new materials (5 years old or less).
  • Timely materials (old computer books and old text book will likely be discarded).
  • New magazines.
  • High demand materials in excellent condition.
  • Materials that complete series that have been lost.
  • New/good condition materials of local interest.
  • Local authors' works for which MARC records may be obtained.

The Library is not obligated to keep donated materials. Once the Library receives a book or other donation it becomes the property of the Library and will be used or discarded to meet the Library's needs.



Upcoming Events...

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Sun Apr 21 – Mon May 20, 2019
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Mon Apr 22, 2019
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Sun Apr 28, 2019
Mon Apr 29, 2019
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