Library

Ogden Valley Library

Ogden Valley Library

WEBER COUNTY LIBRARY – OGDEN VALLEY BRANCH

 

Ogden Valley Library

Huntsville Town is fortunate to have the Weber County Library – Ogden Valley Branch, located in the downtown area of Huntsville:

131 South 7400 East, Huntsville, Utah 84317-9309
Location Map
Phone: (801) 337-2660
Fax: (801) 745-2221
Website (hours, calendar, resources)

The Ogden Valley Branch Library and David Eccles Community Center was dedicated and opened in October 1995.  This 19,600 square foot building was built on land donated by Huntsville Town.  The community center has a 150 seat auditorium, large community room with full kitchen facilities, two smaller public meeting rooms, and an outdoor garden with a presentation area.  The library houses approximately 45,000 items and two public computer centers.

The facility also houses an art gallery with exhibit space for paintings and other works of art.

 

Weber County Library has digital access for everyone! 

 

Although Weber County Library System operations have been altered in response to COVID-19, the Library System is still at your fingertips – anytime, anywhere. Borrow eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines, download music, and stream movies from our digital collection. The Library digital collection features materials for people of all ages and are easily downloaded to a wide variety of devices. Access to these materials is free to anyone with a Weber County Library card.

For those who do not yet have a library card, librarians are standing by, ready to sign people up by phone. Call to get your card and start reading, listening, and watching.

 

Phone Number to Call for a Library Card
801-337-2673

Librarians are also available by phone to assist with downloading questions.
Phone Number to Call for Download Help
801-337-2671

Telephone Service Hours:
Monday – Thursday, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Friday & Saturday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday, 1-5 p.m.

Visit our website to browse digital resources and receive updated COVID-19 information.

Events – June 2020

Ogden Valley Branch

As of May 11, all five Weber County Library locations reopened and are ready to serve the public. To support social distancing efforts, Weber County Library programs have moved online. New content is available weekly at weberpl.org as well as the Library’s social media channels. Like us at facebook.com/weberpl or follow us @webercountylibrary on Instagram.

Online Programs

Silly Story Time – New Videos Mondays | Ages 12 & Under

Storytime for Littles – New Videos Tuesdays | Ages 0-5

STEAM Stream – New Videos Wednesdays | Ages 12 & Under

Teen Book Talks – New Videos Fridays | Ages 12-18

Crafting with Your Household Stuff – New Videos Wednesdays

Virtual Stay at Home Scavenger Hunt – New Videos Every Other Friday

Virtual eMedia Pick of the Week – New Videos Tuesdays

Summer Reading

Children’s Summer Reading: Imagine Your Story – June 1-August 10 | Ages 12 & Under
Videos Available Thursdays
Registration begins June 1 online and in-person at all locations. Weber County Library invites you to explore the world of fantasy and science fiction this summer! Bring your log into the Ogden Valley Branch to get it signed off by staff. Read books, fill out your log, and collect prizes all summer long.

Teen Summer Reading: Hero’s Quest – June 1-August 10 | Ages 12-18
Registration begins June 1 online and in-person at all locations. Embark on a quest for the ages as you read books, complete challenges, and earn prizes fit for an adventuring hero.

Adult Summer Reading: Imagine Your Story – June 1-August 1 | Ages 18+
Weber County Library challenges you to read fantasy titles all summer long. Read and enter to win weekly prizes.

 

 

Gallery Artist

Marc Desobeau | Railroad Paintings
May 11–June 30

Artist Bio:
Marc Desobeau is an Ogden, Utah painter with a passion for railroads. When he is not creating, he is employed as a Locomotive Engineer with the Union Pacific Railroad. Marc searches for the artistic view of the industrial railroad image and mixes it with the natural beauty of the land and surroundings. Marc’s work is primarily shown at railroad enthusiast and club shows. His work is also used in railroad trade publications, greeting cards, puzzles, quilts, and book covers. He has participated in small group and private shows across the country. Learn more about the artist at his website: http://www.artistoftherails.com