DBRL Programs

Block Party
Columbia Public Library, Children's Program Room

Playing with blocks develops a child’s math, language, social and science skills, as well as being lots of fun! Come to our block party to build, talk, explore and create together. Families, ages 2-6.

Block Party Plus
Columbia Public Library, Children's Program Room

At any age, playing with blocks and playing chess develop a child’s math, language, social and science skills, as well as being lots of fun! Bring school-age kids to this session to explore and play together. Ages 7 and older.

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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