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Brown Bag Book Club

Tue, December 15, 12:30 PM

online, Olean

Brown Bag Book Club

Arts & Entertainment Education

Add to My Calendar 12/15/2020 12:30pm 12/15/2020 1:30pm America/New_York Brown Bag Book Club

Book selection is "This is How It Always Is" by Laurie Frankel.

Persons should email to register and receive the Zoom login. Newcomers are welcome.

Book description: “This is how a family keeps a secret…and how that secret ends up keeping them. Claude is five years old, the youngest of five brothers, and loves peanut butter sandwiches. He also loves wearing a dress, ...

134 N. Second St. Olean, NY 14760
Cuba-Rushford Girls Varsity Basketball

Tue, December 15, 6:00 PM

Cuba-Rushford High School, Cuba

Cuba-Rushford Girls Varsity Basketball

Education Sports

Add to My Calendar 12/15/2020 6:00pm 01/15/2021 8:00pm America/New_York Cuba-Rushford Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball - Girls Varsity
Location: Cuba Rushford High School
5476 NY-305, Cuba, NY
Opponent(s):
Date: 12/15/2020.
The game will be against Belfast Central.

5476 NY-305 Cuba, NY 14727
Cuba-Rushford Boys Varsity Basketball

Mon, December 21, 7:30 PM

Cuba-Rushford High School, Cuba

Cuba-Rushford Boys Varsity Basketball

Education Sports

Add to My Calendar 12/21/2020 7:30pm 12/21/2020 9:15pm America/New_York Cuba-Rushford Boys Varsity Basketball

The game will be against Belfast Central.

5476 NY-305 Cuba, NY 14727

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