DBRL Programs

Talking Horse Productions: "Hare and Tortoise”
Columbia Public Library, Children's Program Room

Come see this award-winning adaptation of Aesop’s fable “Hare and Tortoise." The traditional moral we know is “slow and steady wins the race," but in this fresh retelling, the playwright includes an ongoing relationship between the two characters, and we discover lessons about patience, accepting others for who they are and what it means to be a true friend. Families, ages 3 and older.

Concert: The Creek Rocks
Columbia Public Library, Friends Room

Cindy Woolf and Mark Bilyeu have been playing together for more than a decade and recently began performing as the folk rock duo The Creek Rocks. Their collaboration began when Bilyeu (formerly of Big Smith) produced and played on Woolf’s debut CD, “Simple and Few.” He was also at the helm for Woolf’s third and most recent album, “May.” "Wolf Hunter" marks their first recorded output as a musical duo. The Columbia Daily Tribune says "… wedding their life and craft, the pair has become a true power couple…whose greatness is best expressed through a humble folk-rock sound and heart-piercing lyrics.” Adults and teens.

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