Events for April 2, 2023 - April 2, 2023

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Books & Brews with Cuba Library

The Cuba Library is pleased to announce a new monthly book group. Books & Brews will meet the fourth Thursday of every month at different establishments around town. That’s right, your library at a bar or coffee shop! Titles will include bestselling fiction and nonfiction by popular authors. Engage in great discussion while being able to enjoy appetizers, dinner, and drinks (although purchase is not necessary to participate in book club).  Check the book discussion group page for further information.

Check with the library for locations each  month.


The Palmer Opera House 12 W Main Street, Cuba, NY
First time performing at the Palmer Opera House, Sixpence. A Celtic and British Folk music, American psychedelic folk rock band.
Performing Friday, October 28th from 7-10 PM. Tickets are $5 presale and $7 at the door. Doors open at 6:30.
Cash bar and concessions available.

Wheel Throwing Open Studio

Wellsville Creative Arts Center 124 North Main St., Wellsville, NY

Wheel Throwing Open Studio
$35 each open studio or 5 for $150
Everything is included! Tools, glaze, firings, and 3lbs of clay per session.

Each event is limited to 13 people so it is advised to guarantee your seat is reserved. We do welcome walk-ins thought! Our staff will be present to help answer questions.


Division III Alfred University Football

Alfred University Yunevich Stadium 134 North Main Street, Alfred

Alfred University Saxons take on SUNY Cortland at Alfred’s Merrill Field in the Yunevich Stadium downtown Alfred on North Main Street.  1 PM


The Palmer Opera House 12 W Main Street, Cuba, NY
Generations performing at the Palmer Opera House Sunday, October 30th from 2-4 PM.
Listen to your favorite hits from the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s. The feel good music that puts you in a great mood!
This event is sponsored by Jim & Jeanette Maxim, which we give many thanks to!
Cash bar and concessions available. Doors open at 1:30!

Gettysburg guide to present “Whose Hallowed Grounds’

David A. Howe Public Library 155 N. Main St., Wellsville, NY
Retired U.S. Army Colonel, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide, and Adams County cattleman Tom Vossler recounts the stories of the civilian population of the Gettysburg area in the battles’ aftermath. Focusing on the key tactical phases and places of the battle, and placing them in context with the terrain, he describes and illustrates many of the Gettysburg area farms and farm families before, during, and after the battle. He also recounts the landowners’ post-war battle with State and Federal governments for financial reimbursement for the hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage to livestock, property, and real estate sustained during the battle.

Team Trivia

The Palmer Opera House 12 W Main Street, Cuba, NY
Monthly Team Trivia- Starting back up April 5th at 7:00 PM. Teams of 2 to 8. $3 entry fee per person. The first Tuesday of every month!
Concessions available.