“We’re so lucky to have so many resources for books– from the library to all the used and independent bookstores. This Saturday is actually independent bookstore day if you want to support the fabulous work they do in our community– buy a book!” says the local author Kim Culbertson, who will be a part of the Sierra Poetry Festival at Sierra College. Activities for the 2nd annual event by Nevada County Arts include a keynote address by Los Angeles Poet Laureate Robin Coste Lewis, readings and workshops. The line up includes: Kim Shuck, Indigo Moor, Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, Judy Halebsky, V.S. Chochezi and Staajabu as Straight Out Scribes, Neeli Cherkovski, Bill Gainer, Molly Fisk, Charles Entrekin, Gail Entrekin, Sands Hall, Mel Pryor, Kirsten Casey and more…
Nevada County Library has a lot of great events. “We have a book club for every interest. Our newest is the Forever Young Book Club where adults read and discuss Young Adult books. There’s also Wine & Read, which meets at the Smith Tasting Room — soon to be Cork 49. Then there’s the Bear River Bookworms who have quite the popular collection they’re discussing. Plus, Penn Valley has their Page Turners. Between all those choices, there’s sure to be a group you’d love to join,” explained Mellisa Hannum. Storywalk in downtown Nevada City, starts on Monday, April 30th, pages of Maggie Tokuda-Hall’s book “Also An Octopus” will be posted in 16 different businesses, starting point is Harmony Books in Robinson Plaza, click here for a map. To meet the author stop by the Madelyn Helling Library from 5-6pm on April 30th.
Friends of the Nevada County Libraries are holding their monthly used book sale at the Doris Foley Library in downtown Nevada City, if you can’t make it on Saturday between 10am-3pm, just remember the event is the first Saturday of the month.
And because we know that I love giveaways, many thanks to our friends at The Book Seller for putting together a prize package. The giveaway includes Educated by Tara Westover, notebook, greeting cards, stickers, a California Bookstore Day tote and more! Post a comment here on why you love books and pass on a suggestion of something to read and I’ll draw the winner on Wednesday, May 2nd. Edited to say the winner is: Marjorie, congrats.
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