Apr
6
Mon
Celebrating the Art of Poetic Recitation @ Olympia Timberland Library Tickets
Apr 6 @ 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm
Celebrating the Art of Poetic Recitation @ Olympia Timberland Library |  |  |

Based out of Boston Harbor just north of Olympia, gifted storyteller and musician Joe McHugh helps keep the art of poetic recitation alive and well in the modern world. This program weaves together tales of gold miners and ghostly apparitions, fairies and fiddlers, lovers and lawmen, buckaroos and baseball players, shipwrecks and slithy toves interspersed with a selection of bewitching fiddle tunes. Joe celebrates a time-honored tradition that rekindles the audience’s imagination and love for the inspired spoken word.

Apr
9
Thu
Steven Masley: The Mediterranean Method @ Browsers Bookshop Tickets
Apr 9 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Steven Masley: The Mediterranean Method @ Browsers Bookshop

Join us on April 9th, at 7:00pm for a presentation and book signing event with esteemed author, physician, and chef Steven Masley. He will be discussing his newest book The Mediterranean Method, published in 2019.

Apr
29
Wed
Author Talk: The Buy Nothing, Get Everything Plan @ Browasers Bookshop Tickets
Apr 29 @ 7:00 pm
Author Talk: The Buy Nothing, Get Everything Plan @ Browasers Bookshop

We are so excited to welcome Liesl Clark and Rebecca Rockefeller, creators of the Buy Nothing Project, to Browsers on Wednesday, April 29th, at 7pm! They are co-author’s of the forthcoming book The Buy Nothing, Get Everything Plan: Discover the Joy of Spending Less, Sharing More, and Living Generously, out on April 14th. Books will be available for purchase and pre-order at Browsers Bookshop.

About The Book
In 2013, friends Liesl Clark and Rebecca Rockefeller were at a beach on Bainbridge Island, Washington when one of their children got a splinter on the bottom of his foot. Upon closer inspection, they discovered tiny bits of plastic clinging to his skin. This led both moms to the realization of just how much plastic waste exists—on their local beaches of Puget Sound and globally—and decided to do something about it. Thus, the Buy Nothing Project was born—an experimental, hyper-local group of neighbors who share and pool resources. Today, this viral social movement makes up more than 3,500 groups in 21 countries and is more than 1 million active members strong!