Food-lovers can check out more than just cookbooks at the library this summer. Just about every week an interesting free food-related event jumps out at me from the King County Library System’s “Place at the Table” program. The series, subtitled “Inspiring Cooks. Nourishing Communities,” has ranged from “music inspired by Michael Pollan” to an exploration of “Dining at Downton Abbey,” from sessions on decorating cake pops to films about food justice.
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King County Library System "Place at the Table" program - full summer schedule