Meets the first Monday of each month. Please note that the Cooper Book Group has moved to Richland Library Southeast while Cooper undergoes renovations. Please register. February 1 - George Washington's Secret Six by Brian KilmeadeMarch 7 - The Paris Architect by Charles BelfoureApril 4 - The Girl on the Train by Paula HawkinsMay 2 - The Bookman's Tale by Charlie LovettJune 6 - Mrs. Queen Takes the Train by William KuhnJuly 11 - Please call for titleAugust 1 - Please call for title
Want to loosen up those stiff joints, tone up those loose muscles and maybe shed some extra pounds? Then come limber up those arms and legs as we Walk Away the Pounds, and exercise system by Leslie Sansone. Call Richland Library St. Andrews at (803) 772-6675 to register.
There are more anime and manga available than ever. Teen Otaku Association is about finding the good stuff and sharing it together. We are a goofy bunch with snacks and an extra seat. Won't you join us?
Do you want to learn basic computer skills or need to learn a particular computer task? Help is here. Call 929-3400 to reserve a 1 hour one-on-one session where you will receive instruction on learning basic computer skills or mastering tasks such as attaching a document to an email, creating a table in Excel, or adding pictures to a PowerPoint presentation. You may also request an appointment online at https://www.richlandlibrary.com/book-learning-coach.
Community Event Columbia Children's Theatre | 3400 Forest Dr
While Richland Library Cooper is closed for renovation, come join us at the Columbia Children's Theatre at Richland Mall to share stories, songs and much more while building early literacy skills with fun for the whole family.
Children All Ages, Programs for Families, Programs for Young Children
Looking for something to do with other homeschoolers? Meet-up at the library on Wednesdays from 12:00-1:00. Our meeting room is open every Wednesday for homeschool family-led activities for all ages. Feel free to drop-by and see what's going on at Sandhills and beyond.
Children All Ages, Programs for School Age Children, Programs for Families
Join corporate recruiters from Blue Cross and Blue Shield as they discuss their hiring process, interviewing tips and employment opportunities at Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina. Register online.
Using recipes from our very own collection of cookbooks, we will explore different cultures and techniques on a journey of culinary discovery. Each program will highlight a different recipe from a library cookbook. Whether you are a pro who can flambé in your sleep, or a beginner who still has trouble boiling an egg, this series will help you explore and learn new skills. Facilitated by St Andrews’ very own Caroline. Registration required.
Interested in knitting, needlework, scrapbooking or other crafts?Bring your own portable craft project, share ideas with fellow crafters, and check out the latest books on your favorite craft! Please call 772-6675 or stop by to register.