ATTENTION LIBRARY PATRONS!
Prepare for Kanab Library’s Centennial!
If you have memories of the former Kanab Public Library or if you have any knowledge of Kanab’s previous librarians, we need your help! We are looking for: photos of the former libraries/locations, photos and/or information about the librarians plus anyone who may have been instrumental in establishing the library. The Centennial Year is 2015 and we are planning many fun and informative activities, so please check back for more information as 2014 progresses. Please email the library: email@example.com
All Together Now… READ!!
The community read came to its conclusion with a visit from the author on Saturday, March 29 at the library. Gerald Elias, current member of the Boston Symphony, former assistant concertmaster of the Utah Symphony, and author of 4 mystery novels, wowed the crowd with his music. He explained how the stories that inspired the original music by well-known composers were what he used as his inspiration for his novels. Each novel features a specific piece of music. We all left his presentation motivated to listen to more music and eager to read his books. The library has all Gerald Elias’ novels available for checkout; Devil’s Trill, Danse Macabre, Death and Transfigurationand Death and the Maiden. Thanks to the Utah Humanities Council for co-sponsoring with the library to make this presentation possible.
Love to read?
Join the Kanab Library Daytime Book Club!
Click Book Club Selections to see the books that have been selected by our members for the next several months. Simply ask about the joining the book club at the circulation desk. All books are loaned to club members and there is a monthly meeting on the 3rd Thursday of each month in the library at 1:30 pm for a lively discussion!
There is also an Online Book club. You can read about and join this great online discussion group by visiting: http://library.utah.gov/programs/ill/bookclub.html
The Kanab Library, in conjunction with the Utah State Library and libraries across the country are participating in a program entitled “EveryoneOn” a public service program designed to make it easier, more accessible and more understandable for every person to learn about and to use the resources available on the Internet. Another benefit is “to eliminate the digital divide by delivering affordable high-speed Internet, computers, education and training to low-income Americans.” If you go to “Connect”, fill out the short survey to see what is available. This is a free 3 year project that started on 3-21-13. Please visit the site at: www.everyoneon.org
Kanab City Library serves the rural community of Kanab in the beautiful red rock country of southern Utah. Including the city residents, the library serves over 6,000 residents of Kane County and citizens living on the Arizona Strip. Because Kanab is centrally located to many national parks and scenic areas the library also serves visitors during the tourist season. Kanab is located 4 miles from the Arizona border and 80 miles east of St. George, Utah.