Programs on November 15, 2016
Enjoy big books, stories, songs and puppets. Ages 2 1/2 (30 mos.) to 5 with a parent.
Bring your baby or toddler for songs, rhymes and activities. Birth to 36 months. Older siblings welcome.
Kids and parents will enjoy stories, songs and simple crafts. Ages 3-5.
Monthly sessions offer music, books, participation and more. Adults with a caregiver.
During these unstructured sessions, use library computers to apply for a job, write a résumé, set up an email account, get help navigating the internet, study for a test with "Learning Express Library" or sharpen your computer skills with our excellent self-guided tutorials. Choose from Keyboarding, Mouse Tutorial, Basic Skills, Computer Basics, Files and Folders, Exploring the Web, Word Processing, Spreadsheets and Presentations. For the tutorials, please bring headphones or purchase a set at the library.
Loaded with books and other materials for kids and parents to check out, Bookmobile, Jr. travels to community centers around Columbia.
Enjoy songs, rhymes, big books and flannelboards. Kids up to age 2 1/2 (30 mos.) walking confidently on their own.
Come share your quilting tips and challenges with other quilters. For this session, bring along any special quilting tools or accessories that you use, as well as any holiday or seasonal quilt projects that you may be working on. Questions about quilting are always encouraged.
Identify simple strategies to support the social and emotional health of your children. Speakers will include social worker Vicki Davolt, LMSW and behavioral specialist Wendy Ell, OTR/L. Sponsored by SOAR (System Offering Actions for Resilience). Dinner provided. Adults only. No child care offered. Registration begins Tuesday, November 1.
What is enough? How do we know what’s real and what’s illusion? What is death? Is it ever OK to lie? Where do we find real value? If you've ever questioned some of society’s most basic assumptions, then come try out the Socrates Café. We'll have a discussion in the spirit of Christopher Phillips’ book "Socrates Café: A Fresh Taste of Philosophy." No preparation is required. Just come with questions and an open mind. Adults and teens.