Construction on a new Eureka Hills Branch will begin in 2020. The new branch will feature a colorful interior, an interactive children's area, private study rooms, a teen space and a community meeting room, along with other amenities. Learn more.
What's New @ SLCL
St. Louis County Library’s Winter Reading Challenge kicks off December 1 and runs through January 31, 2020. Participants can track their reading online or by using a paper log, available at all SLCL branches. Learn more.
The Listen Up STL collection is growing! Over 170 albums are now available for streaming with your library card. The Listen Up STL collection features albums by local musicians representing a variety of genres including rock, jazz, blues, gospel and country. Learn more.
Stop by your local SLCL branch November 1-December 31, 2019 and donate to our holiday food drive benefitting Operation Food Search. The most needed items are canned meats, fish, vegetables, beans, soup and low or no sugar breakfast cereal. Last year we collected over 8,400 pounds of food thanks to the generosity of our staff and patrons.
Entrepreneurs can save over $13,000 a year by using small business resources at the library! We provide free access to databases to help business owners build mailing lists, conduct market research and explore grants. Plus, we offer programs on a variety of useful topics such as how to write a business plan, marketing basics and branding. Learn more.
It’s never too late to learn to read! St. Louis County Library offers adults the opportunity to learn how to read or improve their reading skills through the MindPlay Virtual Reading Coach program. Learn more.
The Catalog + Research feature on our website makes searching easy! Enter your search topic and find books, DVDs and audiobooks, as well as eMedia and research information from SLCL’s databases and online newspapers. If you are outside a library building, you must log into your patron account in order to access the Catalog + Research feature. Learn more.
Due to restrictions by Macmillan, the publisher of authors like Nora Roberts, J.D. Robb, Louise Penny, and Nnedi Okorafor, library eBook availability has changed effective November 1, 2019. St. Louis County Library will only be allowed to purchase one eBook copy of all new Macmillan books. Additional copies will not be made available to SLCL for purchase until eight weeks after the publication date.
Celebrate National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) at SLCL in November. All across the country, individuals are taking the challenge to write a novel in one month. SLCL will support participants with writing workshops and write-ins at several branch locations. Learn more.