North Logan City Library
We LOVE being part of North Logan City. Our community of 8,500 residents are library card holders and library users. We have issued 6,000 library cards and are in the top 2% nationally for visits, circulation, and program attendance per capita. Library card holders choose from 45,000 books, audiobooks, magazines, and movies. They learn languages at home through Mango and software programs through Lynda.com. Our Kindle libraries offer thousands of titles pre-loaded on 40 Kindles. We also check out iPads, GoPro cameras, even popcorn and cotton candy machines.
We ALSO love Cache Valley, which is why all our programs and equipment are open to everyone. Come create, record, design, and digitize for free in our MakerSpace–just selected as a Maker Corps Host Site for Summer 2015. Browse through our open-to-everyone paperback collection. Have a blast with our summer reading program for kids, teens, and adults. It’s the biggest in the valley, with a Kick-Off Party that attracts thousands! Grab a book from one of our “Wee Free Libraries” at Elk Ridge Park or Meadow View Park to enjoy some al fresco reading. For those living outside North Logan who want to check out materials, we offer flexible non-resident card options. These are a great value, especially for visiting Summer Citizens or families needing to fuel their summer reading.
The North Logan Library offers the following:
MakerSpace: Empowering People to CREATE. A project media lab where you can scan photos, slides and negatives; transfer VHS to DVD or vinyl records to MP3; create/edit movies or screencasts; organize family history or capture oral histories. What will you make?
Kindle Library: A collection of E-books and audiobooks that are loaded onto a set of Kindles and made available to check out just like a regular book. Each Kindle can hold hundreds of titles so instead of checking out only the latest title in a series, you can have the whole series at your fingertips.
Lynda.com: Do you want to master web design, photoshop, video editing or management? Learn by doing and follow the step-by-step video tutorials from Lynda.com. Library card holders may access all of this content anywhere, anytime. Don’t have a Library card? Visit us and access the videos on our public use computers or on your own device using the Library wifi.
Check-Out a GoPro and capture your next adventure!