DBRL Programs

First Wednesday Book Discussion
Callaway County Public Library

Bring your lunch and join us for a discussion of the Newbery Award-winning title "The Phantom Tollbooth" by Norton Juster. In this fanciful story, Milo travels to fantastic lands and meets interesting characters who teach him the importance of words, numbers, ideas and creativity.

Teach Yourself With lynda.com
Columbia Public Library, Training Center

Want to learn new things, but don’t have the time to attend a class? Our new lyndaLibrary service lets you learn from anywhere using any computer or device! All you need is your library card to get access to thousands of award-winning online classes and tutorials from lynda.com. Topics range from graphic design, photography, animation, video gaming and music production to computer programming, business, education and more. Get an introduction to the service at this short program. Registration begins Thursday, January 22.

Through the Eyes of York
Columbia Public Library, Friends Room

Emmy-Award winning storyteller Bobby Norfolk explores the life of York, a slave belonging to William Clark who was part of the Corps of Discovery expedition of 1804-1806. Despite his position as a slave, York earned the respect and awe of many people, and gained unofficial recognition as a full-fledged member of Lewis and Clark's expidition through his heroic efforts. In this one-man theatrical show, Bobby Norfolk, dressed in historical costume, explores York's early life and his struggle to be accepted as an equal on the expedition. Ages 8 and older.

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