Oxford Public Library
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Oxford, CT, USA 06478
Adult Book Discussion: Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal Thursday May 19th at 6:30pm
Get ready for the jokes. This debut novel is as tempting as a piece of Key Lime pie, so perfect is its ratio of tart-to-sweet. The ingredients: a misfit Midwestern girl whose special gift happens to be a golden palate; single-parented by a large and lovable father/chef, she can taste a spice in a trice, and manage the hottest sauces west of the Mississippi. Never mind that Eva is shy and sort ofweird looking, she knows she’s got the secret sauce and she grows more confident by the day, thanks to such concoctions as the simplest pan sautéed Walleye and original, perfect Caesar salad. No one, least of all, Eva, is surprised when she becomes a superstar chef in our food-obsessed culture. Eva knows that people do not live by even home baked bread alone – and her quest in this novel is for sustenance of the emotional kind. Whether and where and how she finds it is the book’s special treat. And yes, you will devour it.
Friends of the Library Drawing Competition-Prizes Awarded!
2016 Annual Drawing Contest: Oxford Places and Spaces
Winners have been chosen and will be notified prior to May 13th.
Prizes will be award at the Oxford Cultural Arts Commission Gala Opening at Town Hall on Friday May 20 6:00-9:00 pm and winners displayed at Oxford Public Library. Come down and support all the artists at a fantastic night of fun!
Thank you to all our entrants-we have some fantastically talented artistic youth in this town!
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