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Project Teen: Mask-Making Friday, July 10 • Noon-1:30 p.m. Callaway County Public Library Create a mask that shows your super side (or your silly side or your creative side or whoever you have inside you). Plus, enjoy a free pizza lunch. … Continue reading
Cosplay Costume Con for All Ages Come to the library dressed as your favorite character! Whether superhero, anime, sci-fi or your own original design, we want to see you as you usually aren’t! Prizes will be given for costumes in … Continue reading
The Bronze Age to the Avengers Wednesday, July 1 • 2-3:30 p.m. Columbia Public Library The very first tales were hero tales. They were written in clay, on papyrus and performed before huge crowds in open theaters. These tales are still … Continue reading
Honor a hero in your life by submitting a portrait by August 15 with a short description of his or her inspiring deeds. Portraits may be headshots or photos that show your chosen hero in action. This contest is open to … Continue reading
Gamer Eve Monday, June 22 • 6-8:30 p.m. Columbia Public Library Gamers unite! Drop in and play table-top games like “Gloom,” “Guillotine” or “Ticket to Ride.” Bring your “Magic: The Gathering” cards to challenge other players. Maybe you’ll discover your next … Continue reading
Project Teen is a regular program hosted by the Daniel Boone Regional Library. We invite young adults ages 12-18 to join us for crafts and snacks. For our next session, get creative with crafts inspired by your favorite graphic novels and … Continue reading
As part of the library’s annual Summer Reading program, we are challenging young adults ages 12-18 to read for 20 hours, share three book reviews and do seven of our suggested activities. Finish by August 15, and you’ll receive a free … Continue reading