This October the Utica Public Library will present their annual with focus on a culture that is dear to many, United States (American) Culture. The kick-off event will be “An Evening of American Cuisine” on Tuesday, Oct. 10th at 6:30 pm. Classic American dishes like macaroni & cheese and chicken à la king (yes, that’s American!) will be available for the tasting. Food for this event will be supplied by Irwin’s Fine Food. There will also be displays, fliers, and a slideshow paying tribute to American architecture, art, fiction, authors, musicians, sports legends & film stars. The slideshow will feature 245 gorgeous images that clearly illustrate the places, things, & people that show the fantastic contributions of the United States to architecture, literature, music, art & film. Then on Tuesday, Oct. 24th at 6:30 pm the library will hold a screening of the American film comedy classic, “Born Yesterday” starring Judy Holliday & William Holden. Both events are free to the public. We have so much to be proud of, let’s celebrate our incredible cultural heritage!