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THIS WEEK AT CENTRAL LIBRARY - Feb. 4 - 9, 2013

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 This Week at Central 
Free & open to the public (716) 858-8900

Mon., Feb. 4

2-4 pm: Computer Training/Microsoft Word Basics. Computer Training Lab, second floor, registration required at Borrower Services

Tuesday, Feb. 5

10 am: UB Educational Opportunity Center Press Event. Ring of Knowledge, main floor

12 noon-1 pm: IMAGINE Buffalo Series: Great Courses video & speaker Robert M. Bennett, Chancellor Emeritus, NYS Board of Regents. Ring of Knowledge, main floor

Wed., Feb. 6

12 noon-1 pm: Author Talk with Cathy Buchanan, The Painted Girls. Ring of Knowl-edge, main floor

12 noon-1 pm: WFD Brown Bag Lunch Series: Speaker June Crawford, Graycliff. Central Meeting Room, second floor

Thurs., Feb. 7

10 am-12 noon: Computer Training/Microsoft Excel Basics. Computer Training Lab, second floor, registration required at Borrower Services

12 noon-1 pm: Black History Month - Carter G. Woodson: Father of Black History, speaker Eva M. Doyle. Ring of Knowledge, main floor

4-6 pm: Science Firsthand Program! Fun science activities for ages 3-8. Popular Ma-terials area, main floor

5-7 pm: Thursday Matinee: A Place in the Sun. Ring of Knowledge, main floor

Fri., Feb. 8

12 noon-1 pm: Author Talk with Paul Moore, The Buffalo Blizzard Book. Ring of Knowledge, main floor

4-6 pm: Teen/Young Adult Series: History of African American Concert Dance. Computer Training Lab, second floor, registration required at 858-8900

Sat., Feb. 9

10 am-12 noon: Computer Training/Google Maps. Computer Training Lab, second floor, registration required at Borrower Services

1-2 pm: Young Audiences Second Saturdays: The State I Was In with N’Tare. Ring of Knowledge, main floor


Rare Book Room: When Buffalo Burned: The War of 1812 and the Niagara Frontier

Ring of Knowledge: War of 1812: What is it Good For? How

"The Forgotten War" Changed America Forever

Main Floor near Biographies: They Kept Their Word (Buffalo History Museum)

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This Week at Central

Free & open to the public (716) 858-8900