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  • The mission of the Hyrum Library is to aid patrons, of all ages;
    in all aspects, to obtain a higher quality of life.

     

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What is Utah's Online Library? 

Utah's Online Library is a collection of electronic resources. It provides statewide access to newspaper articles, magazines, professional journals, encyclopedias, video, photographs, maps, charts, and graphics. 


Who Uses Utah's Online Library? 

Students and citizens of all ages use Utah's Online Library. Educators and parents are regular users. Utah's Online Library delivers thousands of full-text resources to Utahns every day. 


Where can I find Utah's Online Library? 

You can access Utah's Online Library from Utah public libraries, schools, and universities. Some of Utah's Online Library resources are also available at home through the Internet. 


Why Should I use Utah's Online Library? 

It is a fast and easy way to find credible and up-to-date information for school, work, and personal use. If you need documented, published information, chances are you'll find it through Utah's Online Library. It saves energy, time, and money. 


Who sponsors Utah's Online Library? 

Utah's Online Library is a non-profit public service of Utah public libraries, public schools, and college and university libraries. Utah's Online Library partners include Utah Education Network (UEN), Utah State Office of Education (USOE), Utah State Office of Higher Education (USHE), Utah Academic Library Consortium, and the Utah State Library Division.

 

 

Library programs:

Book Club:

Through the interlibrary loan program, book clubs are eligible to request kits free of charge.
Book Buzz lends book sets to book clubs, book groups, libraries, organizations, schools, and community centers. The Utah State Library acquired the Book Buzz lending program from the Utah Center for the Book, Utah Humanities Council in 2012. Any questions about the book club process, please contact Rosie Johnson at 435-245-6411 or email her at ill@hyrumlibrary.com

Book club titles must be requested through the Hyrum Library. Check Available titles then fill out theBook Club Form and either bring it to the library or email it to ill@hyrumlibrary.com

 

Musical Monday's and Whimsical Wednesdays Story time:

The Library holds weekly story time for all children upto age 5.

Musical Monday's is the library's toddler time, which is for ages 0-3 we hold two session each Monday, one at 10:30 and the other at 11:00 Each session is twenty minutes.

Whimsical Wednesday's are for children ages Ages 3-5 Years old. We can accommodate 25 children for each session, children can ask at the information desk for their Golden ticket to admit them in story time. The library holds two sessions each Wednesday one at 11:30 and the second at 1:30.

Creative Thursday's:

The 3rd Thursday of each month for grades 3rd-5th at 4:00pm

Magic Tree House Book Club:

September - April enjoy reading and learning all about the Magic Tree House books. the first Friday of the month at 4:00pm this program is for grades 1st - 3rd grade

Summer Reading Program:

The Summer Reading program is offered for ALL ages. Summer programs start the first part of June and go through July.

The Summer Reading program brings families to the library for reading and cultural activities. This program encourages summer literacy, along with free activities for the family. You can read more about the Summer Reading Program at cslpreads.org.

Teen Activities:

Welcome to the Teen Zone, AKA  "The Mannequin" for ages 12-17.

Each Friday from 3-5 pm the Teen Zone is reserved just for teens to game, participating in the monthly DIY building with snap circuits, or just simply hang out with friends. Teen activities are always on the 2nd & 4th Friday of the month at 3-5 pm. 

Each month we feature local teen art, if you would like to display your work in the Teen Zone call the library.