Jay House of Cubes – July 9 at 11am

Ask your kids, grandkids, neighbor kids, kids at heart–any kind of kid!–and they’ll probably have heard of Max Park and his latest world record in speedcubing, a competitive sport involving solving a variety of combination puzzles, the most famous being the 3×3 puzzle or Rubik’s Cube.

Come learn more about this competitive puzzle solving that’s spreading worldwide when professional speedcuber Phil Yu, CEO of Westchester’s The Cubicle and Evan Liu from the World Cube Association will speak about speedcubing at a free, in-person program at the Wachenheim Center. The talk will be followed by a demonstration and then a question and answer session.

Stay after to see nationally-ranked speedcubers compete when the Jay Heritage Center hosts its first annual Jay House of Cubes, an official World Cube Association Competition. The program is FREE but RSVPs are requested. Contact our Office Manager Meredith Slater here.