DBRL Programs

Circuit Science
Columbia Public Library, Studio

Experiment with Snap Circuits, a colorful building set that lets you safely and easily learn about electricity. From building simple machines to more complex projects, like a remote-controlled Snap Rover, Snap Circuits will teach and strengthen basic physics concepts for young engineers. Ages 8-12. Registration begins Tuesday, August 30.

Circuit Science: Teen
Columbia Public Library, Studio

Snap Circuits is a colorful building set that lets you safely and easily learn about electricity. From building simple machines to more complex projects like a remote-controlled Snap Rover, you'll strengthen your understanding of physics while having an hour of fun. Ages 12-18. Registration begins Tuesday, September 6.

Circuit Science
Columbia Public Library, Studio

Experiment with Snap Circuits, a colorful building set that lets you safely and easily learn about electricity. From building simple machines to more complex projects, like a remote-controlled Snap Rover, Snap Circuits will teach and strengthen basic physics concepts for young engineers. Ages 8-12. Registration begins Tuesday, September 13.

Circuit Science With Snap Rovers
Southern Boone County Public Library

Explore Snap Circuits and our new Snap Rovers, a colorful building set that teaches the basics of electrical circuits. In this session, we'll create a Morse code generator, construct a remote-controlled vehicle and more. Ages 8 and older.

Circuit Science With Snap Rovers
Callaway County Public Library

Explore Snap Circuits and our new Snap Rovers, a colorful building set that teaches the basics of electrical circuits. In this session, we'll create a Morse code generator, construct a remote-controlled vehicle and more. Ages 8 and older.

All Hands on Tech
Columbia Public Library, Children's Program Room

Using some of the latest educational toys and software, this program helps children develop basic science and technology skills through cooperative play and experimentation. Ages 5-8 with a parent.

Circuit Science
Columbia Public Library, Studio

Experiment with Snap Circuits, a colorful building set that lets you safely and easily learn about electricity. From building simple machines to more complex projects, like a remote-controlled Snap Rover, Snap Circuits will teach and strengthen basic physics concepts for young engineers. Ages 8-12. Registration begins Tuesday, September 27.

SOAR: Anxiety in the Early Years
Columbia Public Library, Friends Room

Find out how common separation anxiety and other childhood worries and fears are as you learn strategies to support the social and emotional health of your children. Kristin Hawley, Ph.D., associate professor of psychological sciences at MU, will be the guest speaker. Sponsored by SOAR (System Offering Actions for Resilience). Dinner provided. Adults only. No child care offered. Registration begins Tuesday, October 4.

All Hands on Tech
Columbia Public Library, Children's Program Room

Using some of the latest educational toys and software, this program helps children develop basic science and technology skills through cooperative play and experimentation. Ages 5-8 with a parent.

First Thursday Book Discussion
Columbia Public Library, Friends Room

Bring a brown bag lunch and join us to discuss “The Remedy” by Thomas Goetz. When German scientist Robert Koch announced a cure for TB in 1882, Arthur Conan Doyle, then a small-town doctor in England and sometime writer, went to Berlin to cover the event and was horrified to surmise that Koch’s ‘cure’ was either sloppy science or outright fraud. Part biography and part scientific history, “The Remedy” explores the coincidental connection between two geniuses and the role personal ambition and relentless curiosity played in stopping the most lethal contagious disease in human history.

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