Programs on October 8, 2016
Community event featuring fall activities, children's story time/activity area, vendor booths and more as part of this community-wide event. Callaway Library staff member Julie Murphy presented a Story Time during this event. Students from William Woods University (education Sorority), along with a volunteer retired teacher continued the story time during the afternoon. Program was a collaborative project with the Fulton Art House staff.
Schedule a 30-minute help session to get personalized assistance with your complex technology questions. Staff can help you configure iCloud settings, explain syncing and backing up, demonstrate how to transfer photos and more! Mac or PC help is available. Registration begins Saturday, September 24.
The Friends hold sales in the library lobby every Wednesday noon-3 p.m. and every Saturday 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. All proceeds support library services.
Enjoy stories and songs in Spanish. Presented by members of MU Voz Latina. [Disfrute de las historias y de las canciones en español.] Ages 2-5.
The Friends of the Southern Boone County Public Library will hold a book sale on the second and fourth Saturday of each month. Get a free book bag (while supplies last), and fill it with as many books as it will hold for $5 per bag.
Unleash your creative genius with LEGO bricks. Choose a challenge card and see if it asks you to build a vehicle, animal or building. Can you meet the challenge? Ages 5 and older.
Learn how to make witches' fingers, vampire trail mix, eerie eyeballs and rotten apple punch, just in time for Halloween. Allergy note: these healthy snack recipes contain tree nuts, dairy, peanuts and wheat. Presented by registered dietitian Megan Kemp and the Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Ages 3-9 with adult. Registration begins Tuesday, September 20.