Dinosaurs coming to Main Library

Large-scale models will be on display Aug. 8 through Oct. 30

COLUMBUS—Columbus Metropolitan Library (CML) will, for a second year, welcome large-scale models of dinosaurs to its Main Library. This interactive exhibit (on view Aug. 8 through Oct. 30) is free and open to all, inviting customers of all ages to come face-to-face with a life-sized Stegosaurus, Carnotaurus, Citipati and three flying Tupuxuara.

Special staff-led programs and customer-led activities will accompany the exhibit, and CML staff will have dinosaur books available for customers to check out.

Models provided by BPI, Inc.

Columbus Metropolitan Library, celebrating 150 years in 2023, has served the people of Franklin County, Ohio since 1873. With its Main Library and 22 branches, CML is well known for signature services and programs like School Help, Reading Buddies, Summer Reading Challenge and Ready for Kindergarten. The library’s Strategic Plan supports the vision of “a thriving community where wisdom prevails,” which positions CML to respond to areas of urgent need: kids unprepared for kindergarten, third grade reading proficiency, high school graduation, college and career readiness and employment resources.


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