Programs on June 18, 2016

Library Booth at the Hello Baby Expo
Columbia, Holiday Inn Expo Center, 2200 I-70 Drive SW

Meet healthcare providers one-on-one, experience new early learning activities and discover useful services for new and expecting parents. Tickets will be $5 at the door. Children 10 and under attend free with an adult. Presented by Boone Hospital Center and Columbia Daily Tribune. For more information, visit http://www.columbiatribune.com/hellobaby.

Studio One-on-One
Columbia Public Library, Studio

Working on a digital scrapbook? Interested in making your own home movie? Want to know more about using your digital camera? Need help transferring photos from your phone to a flash drive? Make an appointment for a 30-minute session to get technical help on any digital project. Mac or PC help is available. Registration begins Saturday, June 4.

Digital Playground: Shapes
Columbia Public Library, Children's Program Room

This program series is designed to spark children's creativity using technology and exploratory play. This month, we'll explore basic shapes on an iPad as well as with our hands. Ages 3-5 with adult.

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.

Bookmobile, Jr. at Touch-a-Truck
Fulton, Memorial Field parking lot off Nichols Street

Climb aboard Bookmobile, Jr. and other big trucks and equipment at the Fulton Street Fair. At this free event, kids young and old can touch, honk, and climb on the many vehicles on display.

A Whirling Demon: Jackie Robinson Steals Home & History
Columbia Public Library, Friends Room

Jackie Robinson's uncanny ability to steal home plate remains under-appreciated in history. Each steal left an indelible mark in the minds of opposing players and fans. Each attempt was the manifestation of his aggressive playing style and personality, honed by his athletic (amateur and professional) experiences and his unique personal experiences as a black man in segregated America. This special presentation by Dr. Raymond Doswell offers context and comparisons to other legendary players and highlights examples of Robinson's signature playing style and his use of the stolen base to achieve victory and establish self-identity. Dr. Doswell is vice president of curatorial services at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, Inc. in Kansas City. Adults and teens.

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