Join us (Thurs. 1/4, 6:30-8:00pm) at the Bedford Central Library for a discussion about the author David Buchanan’s book ‘Taste, Memory: Forgotten Foods, Lost Flavors, and Why They Matter’. This conversation will revolve around preserving heirloom varieties of fruits and vegetables and why these historical breeds matter to the local food movement.
Didn’t read the book? Watch the video below instead and come join the conversation.
This event is free and open to the public.
Land & Table is a non-profit organization focused on creating and sustaining a resilient food system in the Lynchburg, VA region. Our book club is focused on hosting monthly conversations, open to the public, that look at books and topics related to the local food movement, agrarian living, thriving local communities, and our ecological future.
We meet on the first Thursday of each month and our meetings are open to anyone.
WHEN: Thursday, Jan. 4 (6:30 – 8:00pm)
COST: Free! But we ask that you RSVP.
WHO: Anyone! All are welcome.
WHAT TO BRING: Just yourself…and if you want: a friend!
WHERE: Bedford Central Library, 321 N Bridge Street Bedford, VA 24523
We will be meeting in the Bedford Room, a large community room with access via the side of the building by the parking lot, or via the main library entrance – walk towards the main desk and look for the door on your left (near the books for sale).
If you or your family members are under the weather, or not feeling well, we ask that you stay home and rest 🙂
Bedford Central Library: 321 N Bridge St Bedford, VA 24523