This fall the South Pasadena Public Library is celebrating nature, sustainability, and reading with its One City One Story (OCOS) citywide reading program.
By Events Manager
The library invites the community to attend a virtual talk and Q&A with Barbara Eisenstein, author of Wild Suburbia: Learning to Garden with Native Plants.
The virtual event will take place on Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at 7:00 pm. Eisenstein will discuss sustainability and the benefits of gardening with California native plants. Registration on Eventbrite is required.
This year’s One City One Story theme is “Navigating Nature” and the selected story is Octavia Butler’s Parable of the Sower. For more information about OCOS discussions and events visit the library’s website.
Source: S. Pas. Library
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