Exciting news for Brookline readers in the new year:
CLIMATE ACTION BROOKLINE is honored to announce their invitation from the trustees of the Public Library of Brookline to partner and produce Brookline Reads as part of Brookline Climate Week 2013. This year’s Climate Week theme is Steps to a Greener Future: Food, Transportation and Home Energy.
Please join our community as we read The Dirty Life: A Memoir of Farming, Food and Love, by Kristin Kimball. The memoir chronicles Kristin’s and her husband Mark’s visionary plan to grow all the food a local community might need. This year’s Brookline Reads selection presents an opportunity to talk with family and friends about healthy changes, share insight and ideas and take steps toward a greener future.
Brookline’s third annual Climate Week 2013 runs from Saturday, January 26 through Sunday, February 3. Look for scheduled events including an evening with Kristin Kimball, author of The Dirty Life, on Thursday, January 31 at Hunneman Hall, Main Library.
In addition to the Brookline Public Library Trustees, CAB’s Climate Week production partners include the town’s Solid Waste Advisory Committee, Brookline Public Health Department, Brookline Senior Center, Brookline Schools Art Department, New England Institute of Art, Puppet Showplace, Bountiful Brookline, Brookline Winter Marketplace, Brookline Adult and Community Education and more.Check for Climate Week event and display updates at www.climateactionbrookline.org and www.brooklinelibrary.org.