The animated adventure "Phantom Boy," about a disabled boy who astrally projects through New York and uncovers a crime boss's plans. Part of the Dual Language Immersion Film Program, presented by the Park City Film Series, Park City Library and Summit County Libraries. Screened in French
If you’re a poetry buff, budding poet, or just generally interested in all things literary, then you probably know that April is National Poetry Month, a full 30 days designed to celebrate and honor the art of poetry.
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Park City Library - in the heart of Park City, the Park City Library offers an outstanding collection of over 70,000 books, e-books, periodicals, audio-visual materials, free public computers and wireless Internet access.
Mega Genius Supply Store - a place to discover your inner genius. Students can bring homework assignments, work on reading and writing or just take a few minutes to sit and chat with an adult here, in this pressure-free zone. What’s interesting is that the volunteers seem to take away as much as the kids do.
Dolly's Bookstore - Located at 510 Main St. in Park City this unique bookstore brings together book lovers and cats with a large selection of reading material and other collectibles. Mr. Dolly and his fellow cats create an atmosphere that is perfect for this local indie bookstore.