Plymouth READS has announced its 2018 book selection, “Locally Laid,” by Lucie Amundsen.
In this refreshingly humorous memoir, Amundsen shares how she and her husband started a pasture-raised chicken farm, and why she believes farms like theirs are vital to rebuilding America’s food system.
In its ninth year, Plymouth READS selects a community read to spark conversation, find common ground and foster learning and discovery in the Plymouth community. Copies of this year’s book are available at Plymouth Library, 15700 36th Ave. N.
Related events take place throughout April, exploring the themes of the book and bringing community members together. All events take place at Plymouth Library unless otherwise noted.
Throughout the month of April Plymouth Library is growing herbs! Check out the foyer display from Common Table and take home some recipes.
Plymouth READS is sponsored by The Friends of the Plymouth Library, Hennepin County Library Plymouth, the City of Plymouth, and the Plymouth Arts Council.
For more information, go to www.facebook.com/Plymouth READS/ or call Plymouth Library at 612-543-5825.