Programs on November 15, 2014
The county courthouse holds a treasure trove of records to help you fill out your family tree. Learn about the various county offices and how they can help you search for marriage licenses, disputes, land records, tax books, probate records, wills, voter registration records and much more. Get tips on how to prepare for and conduct your visit. Coffee served.
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.
Every Saturday, November 15 through February 14, trained staff from one of four local community agencies will help you review plans, choose one that meets your needs and assist you with enrollment. Participating agencies are the Central Missouri Area Agency on Aging, Central Missouri Community Action, Family Health Center and Primaris/KMA. Walk-ins welcome.
Get your kids into the kitchen to help prepare warm healthy snacks for the wintry days ahead. Registered dietitian Kristin Eiffert will show us how to prepare yummy snacks and give you some recipe ideas to try at home. Presented by the Central Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Ages 3-9 with an adult. Registration begins Tuesday, October 21.
Encourage your child’s interest in reading while promoting visual literacy, creative thinking and language development. This session, Judith Viorst’s book “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” will provide inspiration for an art project involving kids in active looking, listening, imagining and creating. Presented by the Columbia Art League. Ages 5-9. Registration begins Tuesday, November 4.