• The mission of the Hyrum Library is to aid patrons, of all ages, in the pursuit of recreational and educational reading, answer reference questions by text and electronic sources, address inter-cultural needs of the community, aid patrons exploring occupational opportunities and obtaining the goal of a higher quality of life.

  • For quick access to the library catalog, click below:


  • What is Pioneer: Utah's Online Library?

  • Pioneer is a virtual library created by the Utah State Library Division in cooperation with Utah's public libraries. It is one component of the statewide Pioneer project, which serves Utah's public schools and academic institutions, as well as patrons of public libraries. In addition to the Pioneer website, which is aimed at all Utah residents, there are two other websites under the Pioneer banner:

    Academic Pioneer, designed to meet the needs of university and college students and K-12 Pioneer, designed for primary and secondary school students and teachers. Additionally, Preschool Pioneer, for children ages 3-6, was launched in the fall of 2008.

    PIONEER was so named to emphasize the two prime components of its purpose:

    1) service to Utah residents, and
    2) the breadth and depth of information resources contained within.

Programs & Upcoming Events at the Hyrum Library:

For the library's monthly calendar, click here.

Pre-school Story Time

The Library holds monthly Preschool Story Time for children Ages 3-5 Years old. Sign up is required and begins on the first day of each month. The Library holds Story Time during the months of September through May.

Summer Reading Program

The Summer Reading program is offered for ALL ages. The Summer Reading program brings families to the library for reading and cultural activities. This program encourages summer literacy, along with free activities for the family. You can read more about the Summer Reading Program at cslpreads.org.