• Family Program,  Special Events

    Green Eggs & Ham

    On Saturday, March 2nd, from 11am – 12pm, the Cuba Circulating Library will host a free Green Eggs and Ham live animal presentation with Mike Morton. Mr. Morton will bring live chickens, including one bird that lays green eggs. This event is a celebration of National Read Across America Day, in conjunction with the birthday of Theodore Seuss Geisel, or, Dr. Seuss. This program is funded through the Kaleigh Wilday Fund. Join us for this fun event! No registration is required. Call the library at 585.968.1668 for more information.

  • Special Events

    Tidying Up in the Library

    Thanks to Marie Kondo’s recent book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, and her affiliated television show, the last several years has seen a craze for the art of organization. One of the most contentious of Kondo’s directives is her advice to own no more than 30 books if possible—a nightmare for book lovers! But even bibliophiles have a long history of “tidying up” their invaluable collections. Join us Tuesday, February 26 at 6:30 pm for a talk by Dr. Megan Walsh, a professor of English at St. Bonaventure University  that looks back in time to consider the fraught history of library organization, especially at the turn of the twentieth…

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    Movie – Talk of the Town

    Talk of The Town staring Carey Grant, Jean Arthur and Ronald Coleman will be shown at the Palmer Opera House [our co-host] on Tuesday, February 19 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Feel free to dress is 1940’s attire! Come see the movie listed on the marquee of our new town mural on the side of Pro Bricks! Cash bar and snacks available.