Library Events & Programs

closing social

Summer Reading Kick-Off Party

We are thrilled to welcome back Foamtacular to our closing social and water party on August 1st from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Elk Ridge Park. We will have a slip-and-slide, yard games, and water games. Come enjoy some yummy food from Center Street Pizza, Rose's Churros along with some savory items, and Daysie's Hawaiian shaved ice. We will be announcing our grand prize winners at this event. All ages are welcome to attend. Bring your own camp chairs and blankets to relax on. Come celebrate being awesome readers this summer!

story time

Story Time

Storytime is every Tuesday and Friday. Toddler Story Time is at 10:10 a.m. and preschool Story Time is at 11:00 a.m. Yoga story time will be held every 4th Tuesday of the month with Jenna Dyckman from USU Extension. Thank you to all of our story time volunteers who help out each month with story time! We are so thankful for each of them! We will have a special story time and craft with Capsa every 2nd Friday at 11:00 a.m.  No sign-up is required. 

reading program

Summer Reading Program: Begins June 3rd

We are excited to announce our Summer Reading Program will begin on June 3rd. You can register online, at the library's front desk, or at our Summer Reading Kick-Off Party. You can sign up anytime after June 3rd. Once you have signed up you will need to pick up your calendar or bookmark at the library's front desk or at the kick-off party to start tracking your reading. We will have small prizes you can earn throughout the nine weeks and grand prizes you can enter to win. We want to say a big thank you to the Friends of the Library organization for donating all of the prizes for our summer reading program.  The last day to submit tickets and receive prizes is on July 31st by 7:00 p.m. Happy Reading!

story hike

Story Hike at King Nature Park

We are happy to announce that Stokes Nature Center will be joining us at King Nature Park on June 6th and June 20th at 10:30 a.m. They will share their favorite stories with us. Be sure to pack a picnic, your favorite stuffed animal, some water, and sunscreen to enjoy a hike along with a fun scavenger hunt. All ages are welcome to attend. No sign-up is needed. 


Duck Mascot: Vote for your favorite name!

We are continuing the legacy of Quackers (the puppet) at our library. Sue Randleman was one of our former library directors and a very talented ventriloquist. She brought so much joy to our library and a newfound love for story time. We have decided to make our library mascot a duck in honor of her!  Please vote for your favorite three names. Have fun choosing! Thank you to everyone who submitted their names! We will be collecting votes until June 21st. We will announce our duck mascot's name on June 24th. Be watching for our duck to appear at events and on social media! 

string art

Steam Club: String Art

Steam Club will be held on July 9th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. The kids will get to make their art design with string, paint, and a piece of wood. A sign-up is required for this program. Sign-ups will begin on June 24th. Check back here to register beginning on June 24th

grass head

Steam Club: Grass Head Observation

Come join us on July 11th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. Each child will get to design their grass head with potting soil, grass, a pot, googly eyes, and pipe cleaner for the mouth. They will get to take their pot home and observe it throughout the summer. Check back here to register on June 24th. 

pioneer day breakfast

Pioneer Breakfast: Library Fundraiser

Come support the library by donating to our Pioneer Breakfast on July 24th from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.! It will be held at Elk Ridge Park by the Lions building. There is a suggested donation of $5 per person or $20 per family. We will be serving bacon, sausage, hash browns, pancakes, scramble eggs, and drinks. Come hungry! We hope to see you there!

demo derby

Touch a Truck/Demo Derby

For the little daredevils in your crew, don't miss our kids' mini demolition derby, where pint-sized drivers can show off their skills in a safe and supervised environment. It's a day packed with fun and adventure that you won't want to miss! Elk Ridge Park is the place to be for our thrilling Touch a Truck event. Bring the whole family for a hands-on experience with all kinds of trucks from fire engines to construction vehicles at our Touch a Truck extravaganza. 

movie day

Movie Day

Come cool off at the library while watching an enjoyable movie on June 24th at 2:00 p.m.! We will be watching Emperor's New Groove. Bring your whole family. All ages are welcome. We will be serving popcorn. Bring some treats, pillows, and blankets to snuggle up to. *Children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by an adult at the movie.

fiber crafts Flyer (8.5 x 11 in) (4)

Adult Fiber Crafts

Come stitch and share stories with your friends! Make some new friends along the way as well. This group will be meeting every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month in the library's meeting room. They meet from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. No sign-up required

rock painting

Teen Activity

We are so excited to have Janet Adams joining us on June 27th at 2:00 p.m. She will be teaching the teens how to paint rocks. The teens will also learn how to make nature pinch pots. All the supplies will be included for both activities. Sign-up is required for this program. This program is for ages 12 to 17 only. Snacks will be provided. Sign-ups begin on May 20th

Evening Book Club

Evening Book Club for 18 to 65+

Our Evening Adult Book Club will begin on February 28th from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. It will be held every 4th Wednesday of the month. This book club is for ages 18 to 65+. We will be reading "Learning to Fall" by Philip Simmons. You can pick up your copy at the library's front desk. You are welcome to call the library to place a hold on it at (435)755-7169. Please sign up below so we can send you, a reminder email. The Google form contains the booklist for the year where you can vote on which books you would like to read in the months to come. 

Morning Book Club

Morning Book Club for Ages 18 to 65+

Our Morning Book Club meets every 2nd Thursday of the month at 9:00 am. Please fill out the google form below for a one time sign-up so we can send you reminders about when we are meeting. The book list is included on this form. Thank you!

comedy show

Antics Improv Comedy Show

Please join us for a night of laughs and family friendly entertainment with The Antics Comedy Improv show. They will be joining us on July 10th at 7:00 p.m. This is a free event. All ages are welcome to attend. Come have some fun with us! No sign is required. Space is limited. 

water color

Teen Activity: Watercolor Paint Class

We will be joined by Katelyn Bell a local watercolor artist on July 17th from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. She will be teaching the teens the basics of watercolor painting and they will get to paint their design. All the supplies will be included. Sign-up is required for this program. Sign-ups will begin on June 24th. This program is for ages 12 to 17 only.


Button Lanyard

On June 10th you can collect a button at our Summer Reading Kick-Off Party. For each program you attend you can collect one button. There are different buttons designed for each program. Once you are signed up you will receive a free North Logan City Library lanyard where you can pin all of your buttons. There is a library card holder attached to the lanyard for safekeeping for your card if you desire to use it.  You can register to participate by attending any of our programs. This program is for ages 1 to 18. Have fun collecting buttons!  *All lanyards and buttons will only be distributed at the library programs while supplies last. If we have extra buttons and lanyards we will distribute them at our Closing Social and Water Party.


Rocky Mountain Puppets with Ventriloquist Meghan Casey

We are thrilled to have back ventriloquist, Meghan Casey for her exciting puppet show called, “Expedition Underground”. It will be held on July 30th at 10:30 a.m. and again at 1:00 p.m. Choose from one show. Come enjoy a family-friendly story time adventure at the Hansen Sports Complex! This is a free event. No sign-up is needed. Bring your camp chairs or blankets to sit on.

firefly bugs

Kids Craft: Fireflies

The kids' craft will be held on July 8th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. Come anytime during this timeframe to make your firefly.  We can't wait to have fun with each of you! *Children under the age of 8 will need to be supervised by an adult.  Check back here for registration on June 24th.

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten: My first reading log

The North Logan City Library invites you and your child to participate in this fun, free program! Any child from birth through age 5 can sign up. You do NOT need a library card to participate. (You are welcome to sign-up for a library card but this program doesn't guarantee a library card.) When you receive your reading log, keep track of how many books your child hears from that point on. It can be any book, as many times as they want (each time counts!), read by anyone. This includes other family members, teachers, or librarians. Write down the titles in this log, or simply make a check mark on the line for each book read. Getting up to 1,000 books doesn't take as long as you might think! If you read three books per day, you will be done in less than one year. If you read one book per day, it will take under three years. The pace is entirely up to you and your child, but finish before your child starts kindergarten to claim the final prizes. If you loose your book it is a $1.00 replacement fee. There is a one time sign-up registration. We had a printing delay so program sign-ups have been moved to October 10th. You can sign-up anytime after that date.