Check out our calendar for upcoming adult programs at the Columbus Public Library! 

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Regular Programs

The health and safety of our patrons and staff is of utmost concern to the Columbus Public Library. With that in mind, the Library Board has decided that all library programs will be done virtually for the time being.

Information about upcoming projects can be found on the library’s calendar.

Afternoon Book Club

3rd Thursday of each month, 1:00pm-2:00pm Virtual Program 
This monthly book club features current and classic fiction and nonfiction books. Suggestions for new book ideas are always welcome, so bring ideas from your own reading list, as well! Come join us for lively conversation, thought-provoking questions, inspiring topics, and sometimes just plain fun. For some of the featured books, the Senior Center will show the video later, if available. Books are available for checkout at the Senior Center and at the front desk of the library. All are welcome. Check calendar for more information regarding each month's book and to find registration link.


Adult Take-and-Make Craft

1st Tuesday of each month a new video is uploaded to Facebook and YouTube
An instructional video will be posted to Facebook and YouTube on the given dates. Free kits containing the supplies for the craft will be available for pick up from the library throughout the month or until gone. The video link will continue to stay up after kits are gone. This program does not require pre-registration or sign-up. Check calendar for more information regarding each month's craft.


Genealogy Workshop

1st Saturday a month, 9:30am-11:30am Virtual Program
A workshop hosted by Chris Behl who will help give guidance and direction to thoses looking to dig into genealogy research. Check calendar for more information regarding each month's book and to find registration link.


A Book and a Movie

2nd Thursday a month, 1:30pm-2:30pm Virtual Program
A virtual book club that meets to discuss books that have been made into movies. 

The books are available in large print or regular print and can be reserved at the Columbus Public Library or the Columbus Area Senior Center. The movie will be shown at a different time. Check with the Senior Center or the library for details.

Check calendar for more information regarding each month's book and to find registration link. You may use a smart phone, tablet, laptop or computer to attend. Any questions, call Catherine at the library at 920-623-5910. 

Friends of the Library

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Join the Friends in their volunteer support of the library. All are welcome! More information about the Friends of the Library can be found here. Please contact Library Director Lindsey Ganz if you are interested at in attending a Friends meeting.


Friends Book Sale at the Library Annex 

Dates and times to be determined

Watch this webpage or the library's Facebook page for information about re-opening dates and times.


Job and Resume Help

Searching for a job? Putting together your resume? Need to brush up on your computer skills? The following online resouces can help get you on your way.

Job Center of Wisconsin

Wisconsin Job Network

Resume Workshop

Farmers Transitioning to Non-Farm Work

Get My Future - employment resources for teens

Job Center of Wisconsin Tool Kit for Older Workers - resources for older job seekers

Digital Learn - Learn computer basics, including Microsoft Windows 10, Microsoft Word, email, resume skills, and many other skills.

Community and State Resources

City of Columbus

City of Fall River

Columbia County

Dodge County

Columbus-Fall River Food Pantry - The Columbus-Fall River Food Pantry is by appointment, find the contact list here and call to make an appointment or other arrangements. The pantry is located in the back of the Columbus Senior Center, 125 N Dickason Blvd, Columbus

Columbia Social Services

Dodge County Social Services

FoodShare Wisconsin - Information about the food program for low-income residents - Search for housing, including low-income, senior, and for people with disabilities. Includes resource page with shelter and supportive housing listings

Free or Low-Cost Healthcare Clinics - a list of list of free or low cost health and dental clinics in Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Department of Children and Families - Information on childcare programs in the state, including subsidized childcare programs for low-income families

Wisconsin's Digital Library

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Use your phone, tablet, computer, or eReader to enjoy free eBooks and audiobooks from Wisconsin's Digital Library! This resource is powered by OverDrive, so take a peek at their Getting Started Guide or visit the library to learn about downloading content to your device. If you have any questions, stop by the library or try OverDrive Help.