Do your kiddos absolutely love “My Little Pony”? If so, you should schedule a trip to your library! Bring your child along, and have an enchanting time searching through the myriad of “My Little Pony” books, comics, CDs and DVDs we have. Did you know that we’re also having a concert completely dedicated to “My Little Pony” at our Columbia … Continue reading “Magical My Little Pony”
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If you’re a music fan and want to dig further behind the music, there are always a lot of great books to read. But if you want to hear the people behind the music and see their process, nothing can beat a documentary. Check out these documentary series that explore different aspects of music history. … Continue reading “Sounds Of Our Past: Doc Series’ Featuring Music History”
Here is a new DVD list highlighting various titles recently added to the library’s collection. “Contemporary Color” Website / Reviews Playing at last year’s Boone Dawdle, this film shows an arena concert event in Brooklyn, New York, to celebrate the creativity of high school color guard: synchronized dance routines involving flags, rifles and sabers, colloquially known as … Continue reading “New DVD List: Contemporary Color & More”
Oh the weather outside is frightful, but the December programs for kids are so delightful! Come and join us at one or all of our branches for some amazing programs this December. See below for specific times and dates. Paper Circuits Columbia Public Library, Children’s Program Room Monday, December 5, 2016 • 4:30-5:30 p.m. Let … Continue reading “December Programs Sneak Peek”
Jump to: Electronic Resources | Local Events for Black History Month | Local Newspaper Articles | Local Landmarks | Genealogy | History & Research – Local, State & National Electronic Resources Available Through DBRL African-American History Online Provides expansive and in-depth information on the people, events, and topics important to the study of African-American history. … Continue reading “Black Culture & History Guide”
Jump to: Local Event Calendars | Regional Event Calendars | Boone County Events | Columbia Events | Fulton & Callaway County Events | State Events | Regional & National Local Event Calendars Callaway County Chamber of Commerce Calendar City of Ashland Upcoming Events City of Columbia Events Calendar City of Fulton Events Calendar Columbia College … Continue reading “Events & Festivals Guide”
The second floor of the Callaway County Public Library is getting new carpeting on the second floor this month, which means the upper level of the library is closed March 9-March 27. A collection of new and popular books as well as magazines have been moved into the Friends Room on the first floor so you can still check out some items. The project will not affect the children’s area.
Last year, Alzheimer’s was much discussed in popular media, as Julianne Moore won all of the awards for her portrayal of a 50-year-old linguistics professor with the early onset form of the disease, in the movie “Still Alice.” The movie was based on Lisa Genova’s novel of the same title. Genova, a neuroscientist as well … Continue reading “What You Need to Know About Alzheimer’s”