Please join us on Monday September 9th from 6:30pm – 7:30 at Larkin Square for an end of summer reading event!
We’ll be gathering in Buffalo’s great new urban spaces to celebrate community, reading, and our robust literary life.
If you’ve been to a Reading Invasion already, you know what to do.
If this is your first Invasion, then the rules are pretty simple: Come down to Larkin around 6:30pm; bring a book and perhaps a chair (though they have PLENTY there) and join us for an hour of quiet reading and simple celebration. All are welcome, ESPECIALLY FAMILIES!
In addition, the amazing Larkin folks will be keeping the bar open, so come on by for a pre-reading drink!
We hope to see you then!
This month’s bookmark:
While darkness is coming earlier each day, the early fall weather seems mighty appealing for another Reading Invasion. And so it will be:
Monday September 9th.
Specific Start Time and Location to be Announced Soon!!!!
The August 5th Reading Invasion location has been set!
We’re going to South Buffalo this week, to one of Buffalo’s great, and under-appreciated-parks: Cazenovia Park. We’ll been meeting at the Cazenovia Street entrance to the park, right along the creek.
The Cazenovia Library and Resource Center is partnering with us for this event. They are located just across the street from where we are meeting. Stop in and check them out before or after the Invasion. The Library is an independent, volunteer-run library that was saved from closure by some concerned and caring residents.
The next Invasion will take place on Monday August 5th at 7pm.
We’ll announce our next location soon!
At the risk of bring labeled “fair weather” readers, we are postponing tonight’s Reading Invasion due to soggy grounds and the risk of wet pages. Please read amongst yourselves tonight (seriously). Check back soon for details on the next Invasion!
*if you are reading somewhere tonight, consider taking a pic and posting to our facebook page.