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February 28, 2017

Celebrate Innovation and Technology During Teen Tech Month at the County Library

Liz Sollis - Email

SALT LAKE COUNTY, UT – Teens across the County are invited to create STEM projects and “Be the Source of Change” in their communities during Teen Tech Month at the County Library. Beginning March 1, the County Library will host a variety of STEM activities and opportunities for teens to participate either virtually or at a Library program. Teen Tech Month is part of a national weeklong American Library Association initiative, “Be the Source of Change,” which encourages teens to visit their local library to access a variety of resources and services. In addition to attending STEM programs, Salt Lake County teens are invited to participate in an online contest for a chance to win a $50 gift card. There are two (2) age categories, 13-14 and 15-18, and three (3) contest categories: Written, Visual, and Animated. Entries may be submitted online,, March 1-31. All entries must be submitted by midnight on March 31.

Teens who participate in the contest and/or library programs during Teen Tech Month may earn a one-time fine waiver, up to $5.00 per library card.

WHAT: Teen Tech Month

WHEN: March 1-31

WHERE: Virtually or at Your Neighborhood County Library Branch


About Salt Lake County Library Services

More than 4.5 million children, teens, adults and businesses visit our 18 Salt Lake County Libraries, and the Library’s Viridian Event Center, where thousands of free programs and millions of complimentary resources and materials are available to them. We are an innovative community hub that provides equal access to information, technology and resources. In addition to our 18 community libraries, we also offer library services in the Salt Lake County Jail and in the Byington Reading Room at South Main Clinic. Our online library,, provides library card holders the opportunity to manage their account, check out books, audiobooks, eaudiobooks, movies, television shows and music or access one of our many free databases – 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Library membership is free to Salt Lake County residents and is an excellent return on investment for the community.