Teen Zine Team is a weekly online hangout session where you can meet new people, and spark your own creativity and self-expression! Local zine artists, along with our Teen Services Librarians, will introduce you to this underground art form and guide you on your zine-making journey. Teens with any level of artistic experience are welcome in this inclusive, casual group. Sign up to receive your own zine-making kit, with scissors, glue, collage paper, stickers, gel pens, and instructions (kit not required to join hangout session). Teens can sign up to receive their free kit at the link in our bio. Teen Zine Team meets every Thursday, from 4–5pm, over Zoom (beginning March 18). This group is held in partnership with Grid Zine Fest.
Lit Loot is the Library’s Mystery Box for teens in grades 7–12. Each Lit Loot Box is unique—everything inside has been handpicked just for you! If you are receiving one, we want to see your loot. Share your Lit Loot unboxing videos or photos with the Library by tagging @slcpl on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. Or, submit them on the Teen Blog, link in bio. Watch our social media for reminders of the next Lit Loot signups!
The City Library has a book club for just about everyone! Book clubs can be a great way to meet new people or reconnect with old friends, while sharing in the experience of enjoying a great book. The Library offers a wide variety of book clubs for different interests and age groups. Right now, our book clubs take place online, so you can join in from the comfort of your favorite reading chair. To see all the book clubs we offer and find the one that’s right for you, check the virtual events calendar at slcpl.org. 📚
Happy 5th Birthday Marmalade Library! Thank you for all you do for the community 🎉🎂🎈🥳
Salt & Season is the new book club for all things food. Gather with your fellow foodies for a lively discussion based around a different theme each month. We'll also be joined by a local chef, baker, or artisan. You might even win a sample of a tasty treat! Registration is required. When you register, a copy of a book that fits the month's theme will be placed on hold for you. Meetings will happen over Zoom on the second Thursday of each month, at 7pm. Link in bio.