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What's Happening @ SLCL

Library Director Kristen Sorth Named 2023 St. Louis Titan 100

St. Louis County Library Director & CEO, Kristen Sorth has been selected as a 2023 Titan 100. The program recognizes the top 100 CEOs & C-level executives in the St. Louis region. They are the area’s most accomplished business leaders in their industry using criteria that include demonstrating exceptional leadership, vision and passion. An award ceremony will be held on April 6 at The Factory. Learn more.

New Sci-finders Kits

New Sci-finders kits are now available! These kits contain everything parents and kids need to engage in hands-on activities at home. New kits include pattern play, gear bot and bones. Each kit comes equipped with learning activities and experiments. Learn more.

STArt @ Your Library

Looking for a way to make steam activities fun for you and your child? Check out STArt @ Your Library–a year long program series featuring a variety of fun, hands-on science, technology and art programs for kids. Learn more.

Winter Reading Challenge

St. Louis County Library’s Winter Reading Challenge kicks off December 1 and runs through January 31, 2023. All ages can participate and win prizes. Print a reading log at home or sign up online. Learn more.

Annual eMedia Blitz

SLCL offers a variety of free eMedia to download or stream including books, audiobooks, magazines and more. Learn how to get started during our annual eMedia Blitz series of workshops. Learn more

SkillMill Online Job Training

SkillMill offers free online job training in the skilled trades including HVAC, solar, plumbing, electrical and more. Develop skills at your own pace through expert-led video lessons and digital training simulations. Learn more.


We are currently accepting applications for the GrandPad waitlist. GrandPad tablets come preloaded with data and wireless internet. The devices are easy-to-use and help older adults stay connected with loved ones through email, video and online access. Learn more.

History & Genealogy

During construction of the new Clark Family Branch, you can visit the History & Genealogy Department at the Daniel Boone Branch.