The Central Library in downtown Buffalo has a TON of events this week! Check them out and get involved!

By Joy Testa Cinquino

Monday, July 2
10 am-12 noon: Information Table: United Healthcare Community Plan. Near computers, main floor

Tuesday, July 3
11 am-1 pm: Summer Reading Family Fun @ Canalside Buffalo
1:30-2:30 pm: Information Table: UB ACES Project. Outside Media Room, main floor
1:30-2:30 pm: Maker Camp. For kids ages 8+ who love to build, tinker, create and explore. Register: 716-858-8900. Outdoors at Washington St. entrance ramp
2:30-5:30 pm: Printing Partners with WNY Book Arts Center. Make & take paper crafts for ages 6-13. Kids’ Space, main floor
3-4:30 pm: Battle of the Books Practice, Central Team. West Room, main floor
3-5 pm: Maker Tuesday: DIY Bow Ties. Launch Pad, main floor

Wednesday, July 4: Closed for Independence Day

Thursday, July 5
2-5 pm: Information Table: WNYIL Mental Health Peer Connection. Near computers, main floor
3-7 pm: VR: Google Tilt Brush Art Showcase. Launch Pad MakerSpace, main floor
5-7 pm: Thursday Movie: Thor (2011). Ring of Knowledge, main floor
5-7:30 pm: Community Resurrection Corp. Meeting. West Room, main floor

Friday, July 6
1-3 pm: Literacy NY Buffalo Niagara Drop-In Tutoring Center. West Room, main floor

Saturday, July 7
9:30 am-12:30 pm: Book Trivia Station. Outdoors at Washington St. entrance ramp
2-3 pm: Buffalo Never Fails: The Queen City and World War I. Free, public guided tour. Collections Gallery, second floor

Sunday, July 8: Closed

Launch Pad MakerSpace Hours
3D printing, Sphero Ball & recording studio
Main floor by Fables Café
Sunday 10 am—6 pm
Monday 9 am—5 pm
Tuesday 9 am—5 pm
Wednesday CLOSED
Thursday 9 am—7:30 pm
Fri—Sat 9 am—5 pm

Currently on Display
Collections Gallery, second floor: Buffalo Never Fails: The Queen City and World War I
Rare Book Room, main floor: Omar Khayyám’s Rubáiyát: The Persian Poem That Became a Sensation in English Translation
Fables Café Windows, main floor: Amherst Middle School Student Art
Behind Ring of Knowledge, main floor: 200 Years on the Erie Canal

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