Growing readers since 1914
Located at the Rush Town Hall 585-533-1370 email@example.com
Monday 1 - 8 | Tuesday 11 - 8 | Wednesday 1 - 8 | Thursday 11 - 8 | Friday: 1 - 8 | Saturdays 10 - 2
The Rush Public Library cultivates intellectual growth
by fostering equal and open access
to books, technology, and community.
**TAX FORM UPDATE**
WE NOW HAVE A VERY LIMITED SUPPLY OF FEDERAL & STATE TAX FORMS
REFERENCE COPIES OF TAX BOOKLETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE LIBRARY
TO CHECK OUT FOR A WEEK AT A TIME.
WE WILL NOT BE RECEIVING ANY EXTRA TAX BOOKLETS DUE TO IRS BUDGET CUTS.
YOU CAN LINK TO IRS AND NYS FORMS FROM HOME
OR CALL THE LIBRARY FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Our genealogy club will meet again on Friday, March 27th at 6:30 PM.
Come and learn more about this fascinating hobby and get
one-on-one help from Cathy Frank! Coffee and snacks provided;
please call to register.
School Break Week Activities
• Bingo! For kids ages 5-10 on Wednesday, April 1st from 2-3:00 PM.
Children must be registered in advance for this FREE program.
Prizes will be given to all participants.
• American Girl Movie: Isabelle Dances to the Spotlight for kids ages 6-10 on Thursday, April 2nd from 1-3:00 PM. “Nine-year-old Isabelle is an inspired dancer with a flair for fashion design, but she’s always in the shadow of her “perfect” older sister. Can she find the courage to step into the spotlight and discover her own way to shine?” Bring your lunch or a snack if you wish, we will provide beverages. Please register in advance.
Medicare Planning for Boomers
On Tuesday, March 31st at 7:00 PM, Patrick Kelly from Merrill Lynch will give an overview on the complexities of Medicare. He will address the use of private insurance to cover medical expenses not covered by Medicare (also known as Medigap coverage.) Learn about the challenges that long-term care expenses can have on one’s assets, and the various types of long-term care insurance available to protect them. Please register in advance.