Meet Fatima, she is bringing awareness to the loss of heritage. She has directed and is presenting a documentary that looks into the loss of native language and heritage through interviews with Salt Lake City residents. Her documentary is called, Reviving Heritage and it will be showing at the Main Library this coming Saturday.
Nigerian-born rapper Awegust the Great will bring his sounds to the Chapman Branch on Saturday, June 15. Awegust’s music combines soul, hip-hop, and R&B with Afrobeat, which he describes as a style of West African jazz. “I’m very excited to perform and show you what I have!” Awegust said. Catch him this Saturday from 4–5:30pm, at the Chapman Branch’s back patio. . I think it’s important to support live local music because by doing so you can discover new favorite sounds and also artists who are as equally talented as the big artist you love,” Awegust said. “You also have the opportunity to connect with your community as a whole. It also helps our local music industry/community grow, and most importantly we’re potentially showing our school system that music education matters.”
Explore a curated set of materials in celebration of Pride Month! The list can be found on our website at slcpl.org/teens. 📚🌈🌟 . #pride #slcpride #utahpride #pridebooks #pridemonth #teenbooks
Meet Lizzy Luna! Lizzy Luna hosts a unique Yoga Storytime and Songs experience that incorporates yoga-inspired characters, original music, and interactive movements. Kids will learn and practice yoga while going on adventures with friends. Come join, Tuesdays through July 16 at the Main Library. Learn more at slcpl.org. @lizzylunayoga #myslcpl #yoga #kidsyoga #storytime #slc #slcpl
Happy Pride! YOU BELONG at your public library. 🌈💕📚☺️ #slcpride #happypride #utahpride