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What's Happening @ SLCL

Listen Up STL Call for Submissions

St. Louis County Library is seeking original music by local musicians to stream on our website as part of the Listen Up STL collection. Submissions will be accepted from August 1-31, 2021. The Listen Up STL collection features albums by local musicians representing a variety of genres including rock, jazz, blues, gospel and country. Learn more.

Tap In Center

SLCL is partnering with several justice involved organizations to provide a Tap In Center at the Florissant Valley Branch for individuals to get legal assistance and connect with local support services during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Tap In Center will be open on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Learn more.

Listen Up STL Collection Expands

The Listen Up STL collection is growing! Over 200 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.

Eye Exams & Glasses for Kids

Eye Thrive will send its state-of-the-art Mobile Vision Clinic to five St. Louis County Library branches this summer to provide free eye exams and prescription glasses to kids ages 4-18. Learn more.

New & Improved Mobile App

Check out the new and improved SLCL mobile app! Browse the catalog, renew and request items, and stream eMedia directly from your device. Learn more.

2021 Summer Reading Club

St. Louis County Library’s Summer Reading Club starts June 1 and runs through August 7. The program is available for all ages and there’s no cost to participate. You can track your reading online or by using a paper log. Learn more.  

LinkedIn Learning

Expand your horizons with LinkedIn Learning! Access video tutorials on software, technology, business and more all for free with your library card. Learn more.

Design a Bookmark Contest

Calling all aspiring artists and designers! SLCL is seeking creative designs from kids and teens for our Design a Bookmark Contest. Entries are due by close of business on Friday, July 10, 2020. Learn more.

Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is offering a temporary program, the Emergency Broadband Benefit program (EBB), to reduce the monthly cost of internet service. This program will help provide you with discounted internet at home. If your household is eligible, you could get up to $50 per month off your internet bill. Internet service providers will help sign up eligible households until funding for the program runs out. Learn more

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