New to computers? Let us help. This beginning class will help students learn the basics, such as turning a computer on and off, and using a mouse and keyboard.
Come to this class to learn how to navigate through the internet, find information that you can trust, and learn the difference between Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome.
The mortal world is threatened by an ancient war between demons and gargoyles. Humanity's greatest ally is a monster long reduced to nothing but legend. Doctor Frankenstein's monster, who seeks only solitude, finds himself caught in the crossfire between these two ancient enemies.
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A former slave turned gladiator finds himself in a mad race to save his beloved from her lawful, but viscious, betrothed, as the city of Pompeii burns around them.
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This basic computer class is designed to teach the basics of using eReaders of all shapes and sizes. Bring your own device and get a hands on tutorial!
Join multi-talented musician Dean Ratzman as he plays trumpet, trombone, piano, and sings--sometimes all at once! His program features swing, big band, '50's, 60's, and 70's jazz, blues, rock and soul hits of great American artists. He spends most of his year performing throughout the United States and has garnered national acclaim opening for the Beach Boys.
David Lee, former Poet Laureate of Utah, takes readers on an entertaining tour of rural southern Utah in his long poem, "Driving and Drinking". Books will be available at the Reference Desk. For more information, call 801-337-2660.
The time-travelling adventures of an advanced canine and his adopted son, as they endeavor to fix a time rift they created.
Come and meet Ogden’s newest author! Mild-mannered kindergarten teacher by day and self-proclaimed scribbler by night, Sarah Boucher's inner fairytale junkie takes center stage with the release of her premier novel Becoming Beauty. This inspirational fresh take on a classic fairy tale filled with intrigue, mystery, and romance is sure to charm both young adults and those young at heart. Books will be available for purchase. Don’t miss this opportunity to have the author sign your copy!
The books in this series have been chosen to highlight the harsh realities of people who enter America illegally and to spark a meaningful debate among participants. Groups can meet at 6:30 p.m. to watch supplemental videos and author interviews for additional perspective. Regular book discussions will begin promptly at 7:00 p.m.