COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Library patrons can enjoy more free media this summer than the books on the shelves.
The Columbus Metropolitan Library is partnering with the Columbus Association for the Performing Arts to offer a limited number of free passes for CAPA’s summer movie series. The passes are part of the library’s larger Culture Pass program, which provides free admission for library cardholders to cultural institutions throughout central Ohio.
“With the help of our community partners, we’re working to expose all central Ohioans to the many renowned cultural gems we are fortunate to have at our doorstep,” Donna Zuiderweg, chief community engagement officer, said in a news release. “As a public library, our role is to ensure equal access to all, and that goes well beyond books.”