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

By Joy Testa Cinquino

Monday, August 27
10 am-12 noon: Information Table: United Healthcare Community Plan. Near computers, main floor

Tuesday, August 28
10 am-12 noon: Computer Training: Family History Research with Ancestry Library Edition. Register: 716-858-7132. TechKnow Lab, second floor
11 am-1 pm: Summer Reading Family Fun @ Canalside Buffalo
3-5 pm: Maker Tuesday: Flower Buttons. Launch Pad MakerSpace, main floor

Wednesday, August 29
10 am-3 pm: Information Table: SafeLink. Near computers, main floor
12 noon-1 pm: Just Buffalo Literary Center Words on the Street: Performance Poetry with Julio Montalvo Valentin, Rachel Robles Saeger & Dayatra Hassan. Reading Park ramp, outdoors at Washington Street
12 noon-1 pm: Express Group of AA. West Room, main floor
12 noon-5 pm: Erie County Assigned Counsel Program Meeting. Central Meeting Room, second floor

Thursday, August 30
1-3 pm: Make & Take with Albright-Knox Art Gallery: String Art Letters. Reading Park ramp, outdoors at Washington Street
3-7 pm: VR: Google Tilt Brush Art Showcase. Launch Pad MakerSpace, main floor
5-7 pm: Thursday Movie: Ender’s Game (2013). Ring of Knowledge, main floor
6:30-7:30 pm: Teen Science Café Meeting. Presented by Hamburg Natural History Society and Penn Dixie Fossil Park & Nature Reserve. West Room, main floor

Friday, August 31
1-3 pm: Literacy NY Buffalo Niagara Drop-In Tutoring Center. West Room, main floor

Saturday, September 1
2-3 pm: Buffalo Never Fails: The Queen City and World War I. Free public guided tour. Collections Gallery, second floor

Sunday, September 2: Library closed

Monday, September 3: Library closed

Launch Pad MakerSpace Hours
3D printing, Sphero Ball & recording studio
Main floor by Fables Café
Mon—Wed 9 am—5 pm
Thursday 9 am—7:30 pm
Fri—Sat 9 am—5 pm
Sunday Closed

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
Behind Ring of Knowledge, main floor: 200 Years on the Erie Canal. To 8/30/18

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