Recurring movement-based programs in Utah Public Libraries – contact the libraries to confirm availability of programs. Please add to or correct this information by using the form on the bottom of this page.
Eagle Mountain Library – http://www.eaglemountaincity.org/departments/library – Kids on the Move Music & Movement class Wednesday mornings at the library.
Provo City Library – http://www.provolibrary.com/ – Yoga @ The library offered once a month, first Wednesday; library also offers periodic Zumba, bolly dance, and other fitness classes periodically.
Richfield Public Library – http://www.richfieldlibrary.com/ – Library offers movement-based early childhood program called “Mom & Me Discovery” A time for children and their caregivers to enjoy time together while they listen to stories, sing, dance, and discover the world around them. Sessions offered Wed at 10:00, Thurs at 9:00, Thurs at 10:30, and Friday at 10:00.
Salt Lake County Library Services – http://www.slcolibrary.org/ – Yoga Storytime offered Friday mornings at South Jordan; Music and Movement offered Thursday mornings at Sandy Branch and Friday mornings at West Valley Branch; Parachute Play offered Friday mornings at Sandy Branch; Hop ‘n’ Harmonies offered Monday mornings at Holladay Branch; Yoga for adults offered Monday nights at Hunter Library; BollyX Fitness occasionally offered at multiple branches.
Spanish Fork Public Library – http://www.spanishfork.org/dept/library/ – Music & Movement offered Thursday morning and Friday afternoon.
Springville Public Library – https://www.springville.org/library/ – Yoga and Zumba offered weekly.
Weber County Library System – http://www.weberpl.lib.ut.us/events – Gentle movements offered Tuesday mornings at 10:30 at Southwest Branch and Thursday mornings at 10:30 at Pleasant Valley Branch; Zumba offered Saturday mornings at 10 at Ogden Valley Branch; Yoga offered Monday night at Ogden Valley, Tuesday nights at Southwest Branch, and Friday mornings at Pleasant Valley; Tai Chi offered Saturday mornings at Southwest Branch.
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