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  • It’s Summertime, that Means Reading and Prizes at The Salt Lake City Library

      Build a better world with The City Library’s Super Summer Challenge! Beginning June 1, visit any City Library location to sign up, receive a Super Summer Challenge tracker, and start working toward entry into prize drawings. Fun, free events will also be offered at the Library all summer long. Learn more about events for each age group as well as how to track your challenge activities by clicking here.  Adress: 210 East 400 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 […]

  • A New Sensory Play Area Unveiled at the Salt Lake City Public Library

      After months of renovation, the Salt Lake City Downtown Public Library unveiled a fist of its kind play area for kids. The room blurs the lines between a library and museum, featuring interactive examples of local plants and animals. A large tree acts as a stage for anyone who wants to put on a puppet show, and a large oversized stuffed bear creates a comfortable spot for kids to read books. Chelsea Howlls designed the room and explains what […]

  • Ever Heard of Siphon Coffee? Caffe d`Bolla Shows off Their Unique Brewing Method.

    John Piquet owner of Caffe d’Bolla shows us how he brews coffee with his vacuum coffee pot. He says this unique brewing method give the coffee a better flavor. Watch the clips above to see how the process works. You can find Caffé d’Bolla here. 

  • Easy Tips for Pest-Free Houseplants

    House plants bring a touch of the outside indoors. They help clean the air in our living spaces, while bring color to dark spaces. Keeping plants healthy and pest free can be a challenge. John Mueler the owner and manager of Paradise Palm in Salt Lake City shares some simple tricks to control common plant pests. Fungus Gnats They look like small mosquitoes with long slender legs. They are attracted to bright lights and are a common nuisance.  Controlling them generally starts with buying high […]

  • Gardening: How to Get Rid of Boxelder Bugs and Other Pests

    USU Horticulturist, Michael Caron shares his secret to battling common house hold pets, including boxelder bugs, voles, and aphids. For more on controlling pest at your home click here to visit USU Extensions website. 

  • Clark Planetarium Makes a Firenado

    Education Specialist Holly Anderson show us how Clark Planetarium is get kids excited about learning science. Click Here to visit their website. 

  • Papa Murphy’s is Celebrating 4.25 with pizzas for $4.25

    Brad McDougal a Papa Murphy’s franchise owner wants you to taste the love at 425º on 4.25. Papa Murphy’s is all about fresh made pizzas hand crafted with premium ingredients that bring your family together through food people love. Go to any Utah Papa Murphy’s on 4.25.17 and get a large signature pepperoni pizza for only $4.25. Limit 1 per customer. To find a Papa Murphy’s near you just click here.      All Papa Murphy`s pizzas are custom-made with fresh toppings […]

  • Learn the Aulani Hula

    Brooke and Brittany learn the Aulani Hula. We are giving away a trip to Disney’s Aulani Resort! Click here to enter. To learn more and book your dream vacation, visit Disney’s Aulani website.

  • Tour the Grand Villas at Aulani, a Disney Resort and Spa

    Brooke and Brittany took at tour of the Grand Villas at Aulani, a Disney Resort and Spa. We are giving away a trip to Disney’s Aulani Resort! Click here to enter. To learn more and book your dream vacation, visit Disney’s Aulani website.

  • Signs you’re too sick to hit the gym

    Regular exercise is good for the immune system helping us fight off simple infections such as colds. But should we continue to work-out when we’re sick? Experts say that depends on how sick you are. The mayo clinic says a good rule of thumb is to use the “neck rule” as your guide. If your symptoms are above the neck, such as a stuffy nose or sneezing from a mild cold, then you’re generally ok. But if your symptoms are below the neck such […]

  • Kids crafts to celebrate Chinese New Year

    Paul Musser a child librarian with the Salt Lake City Public Library showed Brooke and Breck how to create a kids drum used to celebrate the Lunar New Year.  The Anderson-Foothill library branch is having a Chines New Year celebration on Saturday, January 28th from 1-5pm. The event will have crafts, games and a movie screening for kids. For more information click here. Chinese Drum Instructions Supplies: 2 red plastic plates 1 wooden dowel 2 wooden beads 2  pieces of red embroidery thread […]

  • Why January is a great time to plan your spring garden

    Wendy Brown with the Salt Lake County Garden Association shared some easy tips on how to plan for your spring garden. For more information on SLCGA visit the website here.