2016 Fall Storywalk is Here!

Looking for a way to get out in the lovely fall weather? Take a stroll through downtown Columbus and enjoy the 2016 Fall Storywalk. This storywalk features “Fletcher and the Falling Leaves” written by Julia Rawlinson with illistrations by Tiphanie Beeke. This adorable tale follows Fletcher the fox as he journeys through fall.

Pages of the book are on display in windows of some of the downtown Columbus businesses. Maps can be picked up at...

Talk of the Town

The Director of the Columbus Public Library, Cindy Fesemyer, recently had the privilege of talking with a reporter for Madison CW about the the great community of Columbus. She talks about how the library is interacting in the community not only though the programs that it offers but also the wonderful things that Root For Columbus has been doing. This spot ran on the CW a few times a day for a week or so in August. Click here to check it out! 

Back to School

It’s time for a new school year! Did you know the library has resources to help your child with their homework? Check out Britannica School Edition to get information for projects and reports, or log on to Tutor.com and get live tutoring help if there’s a question that’s stumping you.  For kids as well as kids-at-heart, there are tons of great resources available through BadgerLink; you’ll find information to help with school work as well as tips on starting your own business or repairing your vehicle. Want more explicit instruction?

Meet Miss Jenni!

If you have been into the library this week, you may have seen or met Miss Jenni. Jenni is the newest addition to the Columbus Public Library staff. She is our new Youth Services Director and joins us from California, where she was a children's librarian at the South San Francisco Public Library. Miss Jenni loves LEGOs, Star Wars, and Harry Potter, and she really loves reading stories with kids! Her favorite dinosaur is the stegosaurus, and she is looking forward to meeting you at the library!

Celebrating Mary Lou Sharpee

Columbus’ own Mary Lou Sharpee is the Columbia County Library Advocate of 2016! During the library’s Friday Night Out celebration, Mary Lou was honored for her achievement and received her award from Columbia County Library Board Trustee Judy Eulberg.

Mary Lou is more than deserving of this award. She is a retired teacher who taught in the area. She spends countless hours helping and tutoring people with their literacy needs. She also is the President of the Columbus Literacy Council and is a member of the Columbus Public Library Board of Trustees.

The library is very delighted that Mary Lou received this award for all the hard work she puts into this community and the Literacy Council. Thank you Mary Lou for everything you do and congratulations on your award!

The Columbus Journal has also has a very nice article on Mary Lou in the paper. Click here to read the article.

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