Hosted by the
Cazenovia Chamber of Commerce
Free and open to the public
Rated R; 105 minutes
Join us at the Cazenovia Public Library for two free screenings of Tulip Fever (2017). The film, set in 17th century Amsterdam, tells the story of a married noblewoman and an artist who fall in love and enter the tulip bulb market to make their fortune. Free popcorn provided. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Cazenovia Public Library.
Children ages 9-12
The Cazenovia Public Library will host “Wild and Wonderful Readers”—an interactive book club for children—on December 5th. The group will discuss Anne Ursu’s award winning fantasy novel, Breadcrumbs. The hour-long session will combine conversation, games, and hands-on creative activities.
Books are available at the circulation desk.
The Cazenovia Public Library will celebrate the New York State centennial of women’s suffrage with a special presentation by Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner—a nationally recognized lecturer, author, and performance interpreter of women’s rights history. The lecture will explain the views of Matilda Joslyn Gage and Elizabeth Cady Stanton on women’s voting rights and equality in the 1880s.
This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Cazenovia Public Library.