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, technoogy, and community.
Summer Reading Programs are underway and will run through Thursday, July 31st. Prizes are sponsored by generous local businesses and The Friends of the Rush Library. There is a program for every age group (including adults!), so stop by and sign up today!
Environmental Programs for Kids in Grades K-5
The Monroe County Department of Environmental Services will present three programs this summer in the William Udicious Pavilion. Each program is an hour long and geared to school-age kids, with a short lecture, a demonstration and end with a craft. The two remaining dates are July 21st and the 30th at 2pm. Please see our Programs page for details! Registration is required for each session--you may register for more than one.
Friday, July 18th at 6:30 PM
It's that time of year again, so grab your lawn chair and gather up the family for the first of three free outdoor concerts! Join us in the Gazebo behind the Library for the original sounds of local honky tonk band DANG! who will perform fun and funky country music! Pack a picnic and make an evening of it if you'd like, but please note that alcohol is not permitted on Town Property. See you there!