Upcoming Events At This Venue
November 11, 2013
Make an ornament to honor a veteran or current member of the military. Ornaments can contain a photo and/or name of your veteran and any other decorations you wish to add. Or, you can pick up a paper ornament in the shape of a dog tag at the library. The Heroes Tree will go up at the library on November 11th and stay in place through the end of the year.
December 9, 2013
Dana Greathouse will cover the traditional scents of the holidays such as frankincense, myrrh, cinnamon, nutmeg and pine and how they can decrease stress and create a healthful environment in your home and office. She will demonstrate the safe way to diffuse essential oils into your home and how to make Christmas gifts such as bath salts and fizzing bath bombs using oils. Dana is a Certified Massage Therapist, Columbus Massage Center.
December 10, 2013
An education and enrollment session for the Affordable Care Act presented by MDwise, an Indiana-based nonprofit health care company. Kelly Lowry will answer your questions about the Affordable Care Act and the Health Insurance Marketplace. If you have questions please call 855-417-5615 or visit MdwiseMarketplace.org.
December 11, 2013
The Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives has put together an exhibit called “ Columbus Fire Station Architecture”. It covers a period from when our fire wagons were pulled by horses in the late 1800′s, to our newest fire stations of today. The exhibit includes stations designed by local architects, national architects, and international architects. It also includes the first woman architect to be invited to Columbus to design under the Cummins Engine Foundation program, two architectural models, and “Sgt. Little George”.
The exhibit is located in the gallery space of the Bartholomew County Public Library and is available during library hours.
December 12, 2013
Author and historian James M. Vaughn will talk about his book The Dome in the Valley: The History and Rebirth of the West Baden Springs Hotel. He will cover the more than 150 years of the southern Indiana domed hotel’s existence and will touch on the interesting owners, some of the many prominent visitors who came to play and rest, and the special connection to the hotel of the early professional baseball and boxing worlds.
December 14, 2013
The Child King, part of the Scenes of Inclusion Disability Film Series sponsored by the Arc of Bartholomew County, will be shown. Synopsis – When little brother, Jarret expresses doubts about the existence of Santa Claus, his older sibling, Jeremy, a teenager with Down syndrome, takes him on a journey to the North Pole to prove Santa is real. The actor who plays Jeremy has Down syndrome. Like the fabled child king he so admires, Jeremy safely returns with his little brother from the quest and, although Santa remains elusive, their lives are forever changed by the experience. All are welcome and after the film you can meet and chat with Santa and Mrs. Claus.