Cazenovia Neighborhood Library Springing Forward to Better Serve Community through “Spring It On” Fundraiser
For over 90 years, the Cazenovia Library has continuously served its South Buffalo neighborhood as a vital hub for books and community services. Budget cuts threatened a closing in 2005, but, thanks to dedicated volunteers, the library remains open.
Its services include book and video lending, computer and technology access, research materials, programming such as children’s story hours and crafting, community gatherings, and special events. Caz’s Board agrees that accessibility is key, since a large component of their patrons walk to the library.
Even the smallest donation makes a big difference, since all donations go directly to materials and programming, because the library is completely volunteer-run. For more info, visit Cazenovia Neighborhood Library’s
“Spring It On” fundraising profile, reach via the website at www.cazresourcecenter.org or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CazLibrary
Caz is located at 155 Cazenovia Street, Buffalo, NY 14210. Call us at 716-821-0564.
Cazenovia Neighborhood Library is an all-volunteer run independent library services organization. We seek to provide full library services including book lending, periodicals, computer and technology access, research materials, childrens clubs and crafts, health and wellness programs, community gatherings and special events within a walkable, accessible setting. We believe that our services can best enrich and educate the public when we are closely connected to our neighborhood!
For more than 91 years, the Cazenovia Library has served the South Buffalo community and beyond. With a renewed mission for 2016, we are dedicated to promoting literacy and creativity, serving our community, and opening opportunity.