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Upcoming events with the Cuba Library in July


Sound bathing, local author talks pop culture, and bluegrass!!

From the Cuba Library,

Healing with sound by Dr. Celine Daly

Come to Cuba Library on Monday, July 17 at 6 pm to experience a sound journey with the healing vibrations of Himalayan bowls, crystal bowls, gong, drums, flutes, rattles, and more. The vibrations and rich overtones of these ancient and modern healing instruments harmonize body, mind, and spirit and restore natural energy balance. Bring your own mat or whatever else you’d like for comfort (pillows, eye covers, blanket, etc.) while lying on the floor. Chairs will be available if you prefer to sit. Celine Daly, MD, is a musician and sound healer who also teaches mediation at the Olean Meditation Center. This free program is open to those ages 13 to adult, and registration is required. Please contact Cuba Library at (585) 968-1668 or email to sign up.

This project is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Arts Council for Wyoming County.

Local Author Sherri Fitzner Presents at Cuba Library

Join us on Wednesday, July 19 at 6:30 pm for a book talk with local author Sheri Fitzner who will come to Cuba Library to discuss her book “Worth a Rewatch: a pop culture guide to a spiritual awakening”. Her book is described as a guide to help you find inspiration with what is readily available to you. Readers should expect expansion and growth at a soul level and uncovering the deeper meaning behind movies, cartoons and music that we associate with youth. Sheri will have books available for purchase.

Buffalo Bluegrass Allstars at the Palmer Opera House

Come to the Palmer Opera House on Saturday, July 22 at 6:30 pm for Buffalo Bluegrass Allstars. Buffalo’s finest bluegrass musicians together in one band! Come for an evening of great bluegrass music, a real listeners type show with plenty of hot instrumentals and beautiful ballads.

This free event is sponsored by the Cuba Circulating Library and funded by donations in memory of Mary Manko by Richard Davis and in memory of Terry Swift by David & Sylvia Bosworth, as well as donations from Virginia Mahon, Sandra Keough, and the Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation Connie & Sandy Wolfinger Fund.

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