Programs on April 29, 2015

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Date: Today, Tomorrow, April, May
Location: Columbia, Fulton, Ashland, Bookmobile Stops
Interest: Featured, Adults, Kids, KidCare, Teens, Story Time, Tech, Book Sales
Family Story Time
Columbia Public Library, Children's Program Room

Enjoy big books, stories, songs and puppets. Ages 2 1/2 (30 mos.) to 5 with a parent.

Friends of the Columbia Public Library Lobby Book Sale
Columbia Public Library, Lobby

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.

Drop-in Internet and Computer Assistance
Columbia Public Library, Training Center

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.

Bookmobile, Jr. at Tons of Trucks
Columbia, Target parking lot, Columbia Mall

Trucks and other vehicles of all shapes and sizes, including our very own Bookmobile, Jr. will be on display for you to admire, wander around, climb on and sit in. This Columbia Parks & Recreation community event is free and held rain or shine.

Wii U Family Game Night
Columbia Public Library, Studio

Try out the library's Wii U game console. Become a dancing superstar in “Just Dance 2015″ or a gold cup winner in "Mario Kart 8." Pizza served. Ages 10 and older. Parents welcome. Registration begins Tuesday, April 14.

The Future of Autism Treatment
Columbia Public Library, Friends Room

Rachel Zamzow, doctoral candidate in neuroscience at the University of Missouri, will talk about autism and current treatments. Then she'll discuss her research into the treatment of social impairments for adults and adolescents. Her research is supported by the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration and is conducted at the Thompson Center for Autism. This presentation is research-based but geared towards a general audience.

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