Saturdays 3-4pm on June 4, 11, 18, 25 & July 9. Kids and parents are invited to join CURE for its first-ever family event! Have some fun together while learning how to comfortably and consistently have conversations about race and racism at home. Parents and kids ages 3-6 (pre-K to 1st grade) are invited to participate in a 5-week book club series. Each session will include story time and accompanying activities, all facilitated by community leaders. CURE will host parent-only discussions before and after the series via Zoom to help parents guide conversations at home. Event registration and more info available HERE.
This program series is sponsored by CURE.
Our coffee and tea station is back! Coffees & teas are available for $1 per cup. Feel free to bring your own K-cups & coffee cup as well.
Among the most prestigious literary prizes in the United States, the National Book Critics Circle Award ‘stand outs’ because the recipients are chosen by book critics, rather than authors or academics. Founded in 1974, the National Book Critics Circle is made up of more than 600 literary critics and book review editors. The organization’s annual awards are typically given out in the Spring to works published the previous year. If you’re interested in reading any titles by this year’s winners, Read more…