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Telgemeier! Santat! Lê! Morrisons! Coming to the COLUMBUS CHILDREN’S BOOK FESTIVAL April 29th!

March 15, 2023

FIVE Great Author/Illustrators! One Great Event! Five of our nation’s most acclaimed authors and illustrators for children and teens are coming to Columbus, and they want to say hi to YOU! The COLUMBUS CHILDREN’S BOOK FESTIVAL returns to the Columbus Public Library on Saturday April 29th from 10:00am to 2:00pm. In addition to crafts, games, […]


Kiryû, Japan Student Artwork now on display at Columbus Public Library

February 3, 2023

The cities of Kiryû, Japan and Columbus, Georgia have enjoyed a “sister city” relationship since 1977. And the latest iteration of that friendship is now on display at the Columbus Public Library. The Kiryû, Japan and Columbus Cultural Art Exchange stages a yearly art exhibition in both cities featuring work from students. This year’s exhibition […]


AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Returns late January

January 13, 2023

The Columbus Public Library and the Mildred L. Terry Public Library are pleased to once again serve as locations for the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide. This program provides free tax preparation services to those with lower incomes and to those age 50 and over.  This year, all Tax-Aide sessions will be scheduled in advance. Please check […]


CVL Launches New Digital Exhibit To Share and Collect Untold Stories

January 12, 2023

Chattahoochee Valley Libraries’ “Columbus, Georgia: Hear Us Talking“ is a new digital exhibition focusing on the stories of traditionally marginalized peoples and their impact on Columbus, Georgia’s history. This free online exhibit features innovative ways for the public to access our complex local history while also making it possible for the Columbus community to contribute […]


Register for LENA START

November 14, 2022

Join the 10-week class and learn fun tips that increase brain-boosting talk in your child’s daily routine.


The Winter Program Guide is Now Available!

August 15, 2022

Plan Winter Fun For Everyone! The new Winter Program Guide is now available online. Download your free copy or pick up one in local branches starting December 12.



March 28, 2022

Nearly half of all Americans have high blood pressure, and don’t even know it. Left undetected or uncontrolled, high blood pressure increases the risk of heart attack and stroke. Small changes can make a big difference, and taking your blood pressure daily from home is a proven way to monitor and control blood pressure in […]


Check Out The Lucky Day Collection

March 8, 2022

Are you feeling lucky? Stop by local branches and check out new and popular fiction, non-fiction titles, and best-sellers without the wait! It’s first come, first served so if it is on the shelf it’s yours! What you need to know: * Have a 14 day checkout period with  ONE  renewal * Are first come, […]


Enjoy Online Classes And WorkShops With SkillShare

March 1, 2022

  Skillshare is now available for checkout to customers (ages 13 and up) of the Chattahoochee Valley Libraries. This online learning platform offers more than 22,000 classes on a myriad of topics including crafts, knitting, web development, gaming, cooking, photography, leadership, graphic design, art, and much more.   If you would like access simply complete […]


Place A Hold For Curbside Pickup

January 4, 2022

The Chattahoochee Valley Libraries is now offering Curbside Pickup  for items placed on hold by patrons at 7 branch locations. Your holds will be safely delivered to your vehicle, with no need to come into the Library itself. Customers can return materials during our new temporary operating hours which vary by location or by using […]

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