Upcoming events at Salt Lake City Public Library

Bookkeeping for Your Small Business

Bookkeeping for Your Small Business

Saturday 9:00am (16 December)
Salt Lake City Public Library, Salt Lake City

ACLU Utah, EU, and PPAU Community Lobby Training

ACLU Utah, EU, and PPAU Community Lobby Training

Wednesday 6:00pm (31 January)
Salt Lake City Public Library, Salt Lake City

Tech Talks: Computational Thinking Meets Design Thinking

Tech Talks: Computational Thinking Meets Design Thinking

Thursday 7:00pm (15 February)
Salt Lake City Public Library, Salt Lake City

Events around Salt Lake City Public Library

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018
Sport

Rednecks with Paychecks Spring Break 2018

Thursday 9:00am (15 March)
Rednecks with Paychecks Offroad, Saint Jo

Libations at The Leonardo: Holiday Favorites
Food

Libations at The Leonardo: Holiday Favorites

Thursday 6:00pm (14 December)
The Leonardo, Salt Lake City

Sacred Dub Flow | Jessica Winderl
Wellness

Sacred Dub Flow | Jessica Winderl

Friday 5:30pm (15 December)
Salt Lake Power Yoga, Salt Lake City

Thierry De Mey in Salt Lake City
Movie

Thierry De Mey in Salt Lake City

Friday 6:00pm (09 March)
Broadway Centre Cinemas, Salt Lake City

The Oi Scouts And Corrupted Youth
Art

The Oi Scouts And Corrupted Youth

Monday 7:05pm (05 March)
The Chakra Lounge, Salt Lake City

Royal Bliss, Bad Donkey & The Fingers!
Music

Royal Bliss, Bad Donkey & The Fingers!

Thursday 9:00pm (28 December)
Green Pig Pub, Salt Lake City

Aussie Blues Guitarist Michael Charles, Live in Salt Lake.
Art

Aussie Blues Guitarist Michael Charles, Live in Salt Lake.

Friday 8:00pm (26 January)
Green Pig Pub, Salt Lake City

Lauryn Hill 4 President Actionable Planning Party

Lauryn Hill 4 President Actionable Planning Party

Friday 7:00pm (26 January)
Salt Lake Coffee Break, Salt Lake City


16th Annual City Library Diwali Celebration

16th Annual City Library Diwali Celebration


When?

Start time: Saturday 2:00pm (09 December)
End time: Saturday 4:30pm (09 December)

About

Diwali, the "Festival of Lights," is one of the oldest and most important festivals in India. All are welcome to join us in celebration with this program of Indian music and dance performance, presentations, and a ceremonial lighting of diyas— lamps to ward off the darkness and ignorance and to symbolize the victory of good over evil.

Food will be served in the conference rooms in the Lower Urban Room. Seating is available on a first-come, first served basis.

Sponsored by the Sri Ganesha Hindu Temple Of Utah, India Cultural Center, Utah, Namaste Nanglo Groceries Store ,and Uma and Ashok Khandkar.