Our adventurous UBC buyer - and small press entrepreneur with her Deathless Press - Natasha is excited about getting you excited about small presses. Whatever artistic field you may exploring, it's down in the grass roots where you can find some of the most daring and exciting work being done, hidden away from the bright lights which a large publishing house can provide. If you or someone you know would be interested in joining a small press book club here at the Booksmith, email firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know. Thanks!
Also, I personally want to promise you that if this book club forms, I will offer free childcare in my office during the times when the club gets together. There will be an obstacle course, and fresh fruit salad.
On June 15, The Brookline Community Mental Health Center, Brookline's largest social service agency, will be hosting its signature fundraising gala called "Believe in Brookline Kids" at the Museum of Fine Arts. Following two successful years of hosting the gala at Fenway Park, we are excited to bring together over 300 Center supporters and Brookline community leaders in such a beautiful space to focus on "the art of well-being." This evening of cocktails, fine foods and exclusive access to exhibits will benefit the Center's Kids' Fund which provides over $1M per year in free or reduced fee care to kids and families who would otherwise not have access to needed mental health services. Proceeds from this event will allow clinicians to meet the growing needs of Brookline families.
Due to all of this blessed rain, the Devotion School Spring Carnivale has been rescheduled for this Thursday, June 13, 3-8pm. Rain and rides! We get to have our cake and eat it too! Meet up on the back field behind the Devotion School on the Thursday for the best fair in town.
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~ page updated 06/17/2013