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

By Joy Testa Cinquino

Tuesday, December 18

-12 noon-1 pm:
IMAGINE Buffalo Series featuring Speaker: Ally Spongr, Director of the Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center
Watch a video: Does American Have a Mixed Constitution?
inside the Ring of Knowledge, main floor

-3-5 pm:
Make ornaments, located in the Launch Pad Makerspace on the main floor

Wednesday, December 19
-10 am-12 noon:
Get free computer training: learning the Internet (Intermediate), located in the TechKnow Lab on the second floor
-11 am-1 pm:
Get healthy with Wellness Wednesday: Eat Smart NY will be on-site, located in the Ring of Knowledge on the main floor
-12 noon-1 pm:
Visit with the Express Group of AA, located in West Room located on the main floor

Thursday, December 20
-3-7 pm:
Learn about VR 3D Modeling, located in the Launch Pad MakerSpace on the main floor
-5-7 pm:
Thursday Movie Night: Watch Cool Runnings, located in the Ring of Knowledge on the main floor

Friday, December 21
-9 am-12 noon:
Stop by and pick up some information from the information table: Fidelis Care of NY, located outside Media Room on the main floor

Saturday, December 22
-1-2 pm:
Have fun making graham cracker houses (session 2). This is for ages 6-12. Register your child by calling 716-858-8900. Located in the West Room on the main floor
-1-3 pm:
Enjoy making paper snowflakes, located in the Launch Pad MakerSpace on the main floor
-2-3 pm:
Check out the free Buffalo Never Fails: The Queen City and World War I, located in the Collections Gallery on the second floor
-3-5 pm:
Join the Just Buffalo Literary Center Writers Critique Group, located in the Collections Gallery Conference Room on the second floor

Sunday, December 23
-1-4 pm:
Learn VR 3D Modeling, located in the Launch Pad MakerSpace on the main floor

Launch Pad MakerSpace for 3D printing, Sphero Ball & recording studios
Located on the main floor by Washington Street entrance
Open Mon—Wed 9 am to 5 pm, Thursday 9 am to 7:30 pm, Fri—Sat 9 am to 5 pm and Sunday 12 noon to 5 pm.

Currently on Display

Collections Gallery - Buffalo Never Fails: The Queen City and World War I

Rare Book Room - Omar Khayyám’s Rubáiyát: The Persian Poem That Became a Sensation in English Translation

Behind Ring of Knowledge - Erie County Parks Master Plan (through December 18)

Gluck Display - Alexander Hamilton

Café Windows - Color Us Creative. Works by artists in Autism Services, Inc. ArtWorks Studio

~ Buffalo Public Library

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