Columbia Public Schools will not be in session on Friday, November 10, so DBRL is organizing a LEGO MINDSTORMS Challenge for youth ages 13 and older. Join us at the Columbia Public Library from 9:30-11:30 a.m. to build and program your own LEGO robot. To register, please call (573) 443-3161. If you are already familiar with LEGO … Continue reading “LEGO MINDSTORMS Challenge”
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We had a great time hosting Life-Size Candy Land at our Columbia and Fulton library branches! We had almost 400 people come through the giant game board at the Columbia Public Library alone, and we would like to thank you for coming and sharing in our magical land of sweet surprises. If you missed the Life-Size Candy Land in … Continue reading “Life-Size Candy Land”
Here is a new DVD list highlighting various titles recently added to the library’s collection. “Cartel Land” Website / Reviews / Trailer Playing last year at the True/False Film Fest, this film is a riveting, on-the-ground look at the journeys of two modern-day vigilante groups and their shared enemy – the murderous Mexican drug cartels. Filmmaker Matthew Heineman gives viewers … Continue reading “New DVD List: Cartel Land & More”
Friday, November 10 › 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Columbia Public Library, Studio
Registration is now open for two popular gaming and coding programs at the Columbia Public Library. On Friday, October 13, we invite parents and youth to join us for “Wii U Family Game Time” from 4-5:30 p.m. Compete for the gold cup in “Mario Kart 8” or chase spooks in “Luigi’s Ghost Mansion.” A variety … Continue reading “Gaming and Coding Fun”
Jump to: Library Resources | Guides to Getting Started | Birth, Marriage & Death Records | Cemetery, Obituary & Tombstone Records | Census | Judicial, Military & Land Records | Immigration Records | Organizations | Other Helpful Websites Library Resources Heritage Quest Search the US census 1790-1940, selected Revolutionary War Records, a variety of local … Continue reading “Genealogy Guide”
Saturday, October 21 › 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Columbia Public Library, Children’s Program Room
What do stuffed animals do when you turn out the lights? Last week 22 stuffed animals attended the Stuffed Animal Sleepover program at the Columbia Public Library. After a special stuffed animal story time, kids tucked their stuffies into bed, gave them one last kiss goodnight and turned out the lights. All the stuffies promised … Continue reading “Stuffed Animal Sleepover”
This summer we challenge readers of all ages to “Build a Better World.” Our Summer Reading theme motivates us to build, tinker and engineer, and it encourages us to help our community and our environment. To celebrate this theme, I’ve compiled a list of books to inspire you and your family to construct better reading … Continue reading “Literary Links: Build a Better World”
This summer we challenge readers of all ages to “Build a Better World.” Our Summer Reading theme motivates us to build, tinker and engineer, and it encourages us to help our community and our environment. To celebrate this theme, I’ve compiled a list of books to inspire you and your family to construct better reading … Continue reading “Literary Links: Summer Reading”