Summit Reads promotes one book project for Summit |

Summit Reads promotes one book project for Summit

The Summit County Libraries would like to invite you to participate in our new community project – Summit Reads. Please join us as we kick off this project by reading Michael Pollan’s book, “The Omnivore’s Dilemma.”

Participation is simple: Just pick up your copy of “The Omnivore’s Dilemma,” by checking it out at the Summit County Libraries, or by visiting the Next Page Bookstore in Frisco. Then, just read the book.

The book explores the many options of what is available to eat in this county from a variety of sources – from organic food, industrial food and food that we grow or hunt for ourselves. It’s available in both adult and young adult versions.

In April, after reading the book, readers will have the opportunity to enjoy the many activities, based on the book, planned to get all of Summit County talking about the one thing we all have in common – our food.

Through lively discussion groups, film, food and fun, we’ll explore:

>How we choose what we eat

>How our food is produced and where

it comes from

>Healthier options in food choices

>Sustainable options for future food


Watch the Summit Daily News for details on upcoming events for more information. If you are interested in participating in this unique community event, email Jen Miller, at

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