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Library Board Meeting


The Logan Library would like to invite the public to join library staff and board members in discussing the library's future. Logan Library Board meeting will be held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 5:30 pm in the Logan History Room. The next meeting will be on September 9th - here is the agenda.

Doing More with Less in 21st Century Libraries

21st Century Library Blog - Wed, 09/03/2014 - 9:15pm
… why are we still saying this?!!! It isn’t true and it isn’t possible. Its delusional and, worse, its harmful! Harmful not just to one organization; but to libraries everywhere. Libraries around the world fight every day for increased budget. … Continue reading →

Fall Reading Program for Adults


Our fall reading program for adults reminds you that the library is filled with a Cornucopia of Choices.

Come into the library today. The library is brimming with new opportunities!

You can pick up everything you need to get started at the Information Desk starting September 2nd.

More information

Library Closed for Labor Day


The Library will be closed on Monday, September 1 in recognition of the Labor Day Holiday. We will resume normal hours on September 2.

Enjoy your holiday!

Logan Library Database Day


The Logan Library is sponsoring Database Day where you can come explore what you can access or download for free with only your library card. There will be demonstrations, hands-on help and tutoring. Bring your own devices or use one of our devices to discover what the library has to offer.

When: Friday, August 29th, 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Where: Logan Library Lake Bonneville Room

Come discover what you can access for FREE through the Logan Library.

Friends of the Logan Library Book Sale


Through a generous donation from Gene Needham, owner of the former store "Books of Yesterday," the Friends of the Logan Library is hosting a large-scale book sale in the old Car Care Center at 321 N Main St beginning Saturday August 16, 2014. Until further notice, hours are 9:00 AM -6:00 PM. The sale will continue into October.

Over 30,000 books will be available for purchase, as well as some wooden tables and shelving units from the recently vacated store, all at extremely low "yard sale" type prices.

When: Monday - Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Where: 321 N Main St.

For more information about hours, pricing or helping to volunteer check out the Friends group Facebook page or email loganfol@outlook.com.

Innovation is all a matter of Perspective

21st Century Library Blog - Thu, 08/21/2014 - 4:36am
We spend so very much time talking about innovation and 21st century librarianship! We attempt to define what it is and what it looks like. We try to pin it down like a butterfly on a board so that we … Continue reading →

The Great War: A Centennial Remembrance

Harold B. Lee Library News - Wed, 08/20/2014 - 2:45pm

2014 marks the hundredth year since the outbreak of World War I. Special Collections curator Kristi Young and BYU professor Robert Freeman collaborated to put together a stunning exhibition commemorating the anniversary.

The exhibit, located in Special Collections on the first floor of the library, features journals, weapons, uniforms, photographs, posters, and a stereoscope with slides from university collections.

The small travel diary of a typist stationed in Paris tell of sightseeing, hotels, and uncomfortable train rides, while a headphone station nearby allows you to listen to a veteran telling stories from his service.

Track star and BYU hall of famer Clinton Larson served in World War I in a special squadron tasked with maintaining troop morale. He competed for the US in the Inter-Allied Games in France in 1919, winning a gold medal in the high jump. The exhibit contains several items of Larson’s clothing, and information about his service during the war.

Take time to explore, contemplate, and imagine life during this dramatic period of modern history.

The exhibit will be on display until Spring 2015.

Family LEGO night

WordSalad: Brigham City Library Blog - Tue, 08/19/2014 - 4:07pm
Family LEGO Night
We held our second family LEGO night yesterday and it was a great time. We played a LEGO challenge game, LEGO bingo, had a bridge building challenge and time for free building. We displayed all the creations from the free build in our children's department and they look amazing, very creative!

Our bridge building challenge was a great success, with 3 teams building bridges that could hold 10 encyclopedias! The pictures below show the teams during the construction of these awesome structures. I unfortunately didn't get any photos during the bridge testing phase, since I was busy stacking encyclopedias up and getting them to balance too! If anyone got pixs, I would love it if you shared. :)

 Many thanks to all the families that attended!

Michele Schumann, Children's Librarian








Preschool Storytime Registration


Registration for the fall 2014 block of Preschool Storytime is now open. You can register online, by phone (716-9123), or in person at the library. This block of Storytime runs six weeks from September 2 to October 9.

Logan Library's Storytime is a program for children 5 and under that introduces children to books, reading, and the library. Each Storytime we explore a different theme through books, songs, puppet stories, fingerplays, and more!

Registration is required for our preschool Storytime for children ages 3 to 5. It is 30 minute program offered Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm. Each registration lasts for 1 block which is six weeks.

For children under three, we have a Toddler Time program Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings at 11AM that lasts approximately 15 minutes. This is a drop-in storytime and does not require pre-registration.

For more information, visit our Storytime page.

Summer Reading Programs 2014


Our Summer Reading Programs for 2014 are coming to an end but don't worry, there is still time to turn in your reading cards and booklets. There are also several prizes yet to give away.
  • The Children's Reading Program ends Saturday, August 16th but you have until Saturday, August 23rd to turn in your last reading card for an entry into the Grand Prize Drawing which will be held Monday, August 25th!

  • The Teen Reading Program ends Saturday, August 30th when the August reading records are due. Remember each reading card you turn in is entered into the August drawing for an iPod shuffle.

  • The Adult Reading Program also ends Saturday, August 30th. Return your reading punch booklet to the Information Desk to be entered into the drawing which will be held during the first week of September. Two grand prize winners will receive a $50 gift card. Ten other winners will be able to choose from a selection of smaller prizes.
Happy summer reading!


Teens Teach Tech Grant

Library Grants - Tue, 08/12/2014 - 1:42pm
Deadline: September 15, 2014

Applications are now being accepted for funding for a Teens Teach Tech program in your community! These programs serve as a series of informational workshops led by teens, meant for older adults to learn how to use modern technological devices. By teaching senior citizens to be comfortable with modern devices, the teens will also be strengthening intergenerational relationships and supporting community development. The grant will provide teens with proper training materials and will aid with promotional advertising for the program, inlcuding funding for promotional flyers, print-outs and volunteer staff T-shirts.

For more information, and to apply:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/13eI-ZJZnrzbvkCU-CTHkybMNeUo1Bum6_-9_B94pjRM/viewform?fbzx=1220013066718164286

Authors now join Public Libraries as targets of Publisher and Bookseller censorship and greed – But who is the real victim?

21st Century Library Blog - Mon, 08/11/2014 - 9:05pm
It appears that it is not just Libraries any longer that are at the whim of publishers and booksellers. Authors now find themselves pawns in the game of market share and bottom-line. And some are NOT taking it lying down. … Continue reading →

Staff Reading Pick


Book: Archetype : a novel by M. D. Waters

Recommended by: Melanie

Set in a futuristic dystopian world, a woman awakens with no memory of her life before--only a voice in her head telling her things are not as they seem. Is her husband her worst enemy or best friend? She has terrible nightmares about a different world where she is trapped. The dreams intensify and become daytime flashes of memory. A suspenseful story that kept me guessing right up to the end! It finishes with a cliffhanger, but don't worry there is a sequel, Prototype.


Want more reading suggestions? View previous staff picks.

Gallery Walk at the Library

The library will remain open later than normal Friday night to host Cache Valley Center for the Arts Gallery Walk. We will feature paintings from several artists from the Cache Valley Chapter - Utah Watercolor Society.

If you can't make it on Friday, we will be exhibiting the paintings for next couple of months. So make sure you come in to the library and see the watercolors by these talented local artists.

When: Friday, August 8, 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

More information about the Gallery Walk.
More information about the Watercolor Society.

Lyric Theatre Film Event


You are invited to attend the last showing of "Lady Lyric Turns 100," a new documentary on the history of the Caine Lyric Theatre in downtown Logan. Admission is free and open to the public.

When: Thursday, August 7, 3:00 PM
Where: Jim Bridger room

Brought to you by the Old Lyric Repertory Company, the Cache Valley Visitors Bureau, and the Logan Library.

21st Century Library Innovations and Inspirations!!

21st Century Library Blog - Wed, 08/06/2014 - 9:00pm
Today my Library hit an innovation milestone. After months of negotiation, planning, board convincing, budgeting, and financial paperwork, we took delivery of our brand new media box! (think Redbox meets library card!!). It is the first of its kind in … Continue reading →

Miss Utah to Speak at Logan Library

Karlie Major, reigning Miss Utah (formerly Miss Cache Valley), will present a program about her platform "Get Real: Using Media Smarts to Promote Positive Body Image" Wednesday August 6, 2014 at 7:00 PM in the Lake Bonneville Room at the Logan Library.

More information about Miss Utah.

When: Wednesday August 6, 7:00 PM
Where: Logan Library Bonneville Room

All are welcome; there will be a Q&A as well as an opportunity to take pictures with Miss Utah 2014.

Learning 3.0

Utah Libraries - Wed, 04/09/2014 - 11:20am
I am considering ways to make learning in libraries more meaningful. The Serious e-Learning Manifesto published in March 2014 sparks both thought and action. It is the brainchild of Michael Allen, Julie Dirksen, Clark Quinn, and Will Thalheimer, national e-learning gurus. One truth discussed … Continue reading →

Albert Einstein is one of my favorite people in the universe

Utah Libraries - Wed, 03/26/2014 - 11:26am
Albert Einstein is one of my favorite people in the universe. No, I didn’t meet him personally; no matter my current age I was way beyond his time. When I first had an awareness of him I was in high school, or … Continue reading →
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