-Calendar of Events-

Apr
18
Thu
AI and Creativity
Apr 18 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Kevin Mann, Associate Creative Director at Fingerpaint Marketing will present Artificial Intelligence and Creativity, what you need to know about your ( not so distant) future. His talk will cover creative use of AI tools to solve problems, create images and revolutionize how you will be working. Be prepared not scared! 6pm on April 18th in the community room.

REDISCOVERED READS: The Phantom Tollbooth
Apr 18 @ 7:00 pm – 7:45 pm
REDISCOVERED READS: The Phantom Tollbooth
Hey adults! Do you find that there are classic Juvenile and Young Adult Books that you missed in Middle school/High school, but want to read? Then this book club’s for you! Introducing Rediscovered Reads, a new book club for adults that invites readers to rediscover books from their younger years. Maybe you’ve read them, maybe you haven’t, or maybe you just want to revisit a favorite now with a new perspective.
Join Elisha the third Thursday of the month at 7pm either on Zoom or here at the Library.
April selection is: The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Jester (Available for pick up at the Circulation Desk)
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May
7
Tue
The Historic Train Depot and the Impact of the Railroad on Cazenovia with Gene Gissin
May 7 @ 6:00 pm – 7:45 pm

Join us on May 7th at 6pm for this local history presentation about the historic train depot and the impact the railroads had on Cazenovia.

May
9
Thu
Airplane Tales: The Home Front Edition 1941-1945 with James Coulthart Local Aviation Historian
May 9 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Airplane Tales: The Home Front Edition 1941-1945 with James Coulthart Local Aviation Historian @ Cazenovia Public Library

Jim Coulthart is a Central New York aviation historian who gives talks on local military
and commercial aviation. This talk delves into tales relating to our own local history of aviation, including a collection of items related to civil defense, the mobilization of local industries, rationing, and the largely untold story of a thwarted Nazi sabotage plot complete with a still missing plundered treasure and the clues furnished to find it.