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Cosplay Costume Con Monday, August 8 › 6-8 p.m. Columbia Public Library, Friends Room Dress up as your favorite character, be it superhero, anime, sci-fi or your own original persona. Photos and registration will begin at 6 p.m., followed at … Continue reading
Do you love games and gaming? Have you ever wondered how they were created? On July 8, the Columbia Public Library will welcome game developers Christopher Badell, Jay Sparks and others. From 4:30-5:30 p.m. we’ll host a Q&A session with … Continue reading
Wii U “Mario Cart” Grand Prix Wednesday, June 22 from 3-4:30 p.m. Columbia Public Library, Studio Become a gold cup winner in “Mario Kart 8.” Snacks provided. Ages 10 and older. Parents welcome. Registration required. To sign up, please call … Continue reading
Project Teen is a regular program hosted at each of our three library branches. We invite young adults ages 12-18 to join us for craft projects and pizza. In June, you can make your own game using cardboard and other recycled … Continue reading
Use your camera to capture life in motion. Submit a photo in one of three categories by July 31 for a chance to win a Barnes & Noble gift card. This contest is open to anyone aged 12-18 in Boone and … Continue reading
Registration for DBRL’s Teen Summer Reading Challenge has begun! Sign up online, or at any of our three library branches or bookmobile stops. To participate, you must read for 20 hours, share three book reviews and do seven of our suggested activities. Beginning July 5, when you finish, … Continue reading
Wednesday, June 1 marks the launch of our annual teen Summer Reading program! Sign up at teens.dbrl.org, or at any of our three library branches or bookmobile stops. Young adults ages 12-18 will be challenged to read for 20 hours, share three book reviews and … Continue reading