Somerville Reads is a project that promotes literacy and community by encouraging people all over the City to read and discuss books on the same theme. For our third annual program, the subject is food—local, sustainable, delicious!

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Scheduling Update

A few changes have been made to the Somerville Reads events calendar. Here's the latest:

March 31st-April 30, with reception on April 10th @ 3 pm—Exhibit of food-themed art by elementary school children from Somerville Public Schools. Central Library

April 4th @ 7 pm—Potluck with a mystery theme. Central Library

April 5th @ 7 pm—Discussion of Farm City led by Jessie Banhazl of Green City Growers. Central Library

April 11th @ 7 pm—Community Storytelling Open Mike Night. Central Library

April 14th @ 2 pm—Stone Soup. Central Library

April 17th @ 7 pm—Discussion of Seed Folks for kids ages 9 to 12 led by Cathy Piantigini, Supervisor of Somerville Public Library's Children's Services. Central Library

April 21st @ 1 pm—Somerville Reads Celebration, including music by the Michael J. Epstein Memorial Library, a community potluck—bring a dish to share (please list ingredients) , vote for your favorite dish, maybe win a prize!—and the official debut of our new community cookbook. Central Library

April 22nd @ 1 pm—Discussion of Seed Folks led by Jim Boyd, Head Coordinator for Somerville Community Gardens, and Cathy Piantigini. Walnut Street Community Garden.

April 25th @ 7 pm—Discussion of Farm City led by Somerville Public Library librarian Kevin O'Kelly. Sherman CafĂ©, 257 Washington St.