Monday 1 - 8 | Tuesday 11 - 8 | Wednesday 1 - 8 | Thursday 11 - 8 | Friday: 1 - 8 | Saturdays 10 - 2
We try to make services and programs available to patrons of all abilities, including those with disabilities. Please let us know in advance of any special needs you many require so that we can accommodate you or your child. ~ Library Staff
Upcoming Classes & Events:
Growing readers since 1914
5977 East Henrietta Road, Rush NY 14543
Located at the Rush Town Hall
American Girl Club
Girls and boys ages 6-10 can join us on Tuesdays, January 23rd and 30th from 3:45-4:30 PM. Meet Caroline Abbott (1812) who is doing what she loves most, sailing at Sackets Harbor on Lake Ontario with her Papa, when her world turns upside down. Children will learn about daily life in this important historical era (around the same time the Town of Rush was being settled!) and they’ll participate in related activities. Please register your child in advance.
Tips from an Executrix
What to do with their stuff when they’re gone? Join Janet Olexy on Tuesday, January 23rd at 7:00 PM. Janet and her twin sister were caregivers to their parents for over a decade until their parents’ deaths. Afterwards, the twins sorted through a lifetime of their parents’ saved possessions. Learn their multistep process for dealing with estate items, and gain resources and creative ideas to honor your loved ones and their treasured belongings. Please register in advance online.
Rush Readers’ Book Club
Two dates Thursday, January 25th and Thursday February 1st from 7:00-9:00 PM. Our Rush Bicentennial selection will be Northanger Abby by Jane Austen, published after her death in late December, 1817. It is a satire on the Gothic novels that were popular in the late 1700s. The main character, Catherine, entertains us as she gains experiences and discovers that she is not like other women who crave wealth or social acceptance. Join us for coffee dessert and lively discussion. Register in advance online.