Learn about this fun Chinese game which is gaining popularity in Columbia. Instructor Hanna Klachko will get you started on an American version that she has enjoyed for many years.
"No More Bullying" is a fast-paced, interactive, educational show that portrays a range of characters confronted by bullying in an elementary school setting. Audience members help decide what choices the characters make. Tim Collins is an award-winning actor, writer and solo performer. His one-man shows for violence prevention have entertained and educated audiences at schools, universities, libraries and other social agencies since 2001. Students in Kindergarten through fifth grade.
Trained navigators and certified application counselors from the CMAAA will help you create a Health Insurance Marketplace account, compare plans and enroll in one that meets your needs. Call (573) 443-5823 for an appointment. Walk-ins are also welcome.
Learn how to check out and download eBooks and digital magazines using the library’s OverDrive and Zinio services. Bring your mobile device or laptop and we'll guide you through either or both of these processes. Register for a 45-minute one-on-one session. A library card in good standing and email account are required. Registration begins Tuesday, December 3.
Do you need to write a business plan for a new business or for an existing one? Come learn about Business Plan Pro which will guide you through this process step by step. With 500+ sample plans, easy-to-follow instructions, built-in financial formulas and answers to legal questions, Business Plan Pro will help you write a business plan no matter what your industry. Registration begins Tuesday, December 3.
Let your imagination soar with stories about brave flyers and paper airplane-making. We'll be recognizing Wright Brothers Day (December 17), commemorating their flight in 1903; Amelia Earhart's solo flight across the Pacific on January 11, 1935 and the first female African-American pilot, Bessie Coleman, who was born in January, 1892. Ages 6-12.
Drop by to play board games. We'll have favorites, old and new, but feel free to bring your own games, too. For families with children of all ages.
Gear up for the hoopla of March Madness, library style, the game where you help name a Mid-Missouri teen book champion. During our tournament, starting in early January, your votes will determine a single champion from a pool of 32 of the most popular teen books of the year. Support your favorite book, have fun in the tournament and enter to win prizes! Vote at your library or at teens.dbrl.org. You have until February 23 to weigh in on the Sweet Sixteen. Starting in March, vote each week to pick the Elite Eight, the Final Four, the Top Two and the champion! Ages 12-18.
Join Christine Breakfield from the Callaway County Health Department as she shares nutrition information, resources and recipes to support a healthy, energetic life for the new year and beyond.
Make a special treat to share with our fine feathered friends. We'll show you how to create your own bird feeder.