Programs on February 7, 2015
AARP volunteers offer free, confidential help with income taxes and Missouri Property Tax Credits to people with middle to low incomes, giving special attention to those aged 60 and older.
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.
Unleash your three-dimensional creative genius using LEGO bricks. Ages 5 and older.
At this workshop, children play games, sing, dance and act out books. Presented by TRYPS, Columbia's professional theater group for young audiences. Ages 3-8.
Get ready for the True/False Film Fest with at the library with the help of 102.3 BXR and KFRU. You'll get a step-by-step explanation of all things True/False, including a Q&A session with fest organizers and an exclusive sneak peek at a few films before the schedule is released. This program is expected to fill up, so we’re offering two sessions of the same event. Find additional parking in the library's north lot.
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.
Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the popular Little House series, was born on February 7, 1867. In recognition of her birthday, local resident Peggy Reed-Lohmeyer and her son will retrace her life through their personal travels, photos and mementos. They'll also share information about the Wilder family and their activities. All ages.