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The Literature at Lunch Book Club will discuss “Mountains Beyond Mountains” by Pulitzer Prize-winner Tracy Kidder at today’s meeting at noon at the South Lake Tahoe Branch Library, 1000 Rufus Allen Blvd. Kidder explores the rich drama that is the life and work of Paul Farmer who is a doctor, Harvard professor, renowned infectious-disease specialist, anthropologist, and recipient of a MacArthur “genius” grant.

Working in Haiti since 1982, he founded Partners in Health, a private organization that is the only health-care provider for hundreds of thousands of peasants in the Central Plateau. Here Farmer pioneered a community-based method to cure tuberculosis that is widely copied today. Join the club for a discussion of this fascinating man and how he manages to fund and implement his projects to improve the health and lives of the poor.

Call the library at (530) 573-3185.



Caterer to host cooking class

Molly Gingell of Molly’s Catering in Carson City invites everyone to meet Livia D’ Atri, who owned D’Atri’s restaurant in the early days at South Lake Tahoe.



A cooking class and booksigning for D’Atri’s book, “Momma and Me,” is scheduled at 6 p.m. Sept. 14 at Molly’s Catering, 220 W. John St. The book is a wonderful adventure of culinary ideas. D’Atri, who is famous for her delicate cannelloni, will demonstrate artful Italian food. The event will include D’Atri’s food and appropriate beverages.

A fee of $75 assures a seat. To reserve a spot and for more information call Molly Gingell at (775) 841-511 or Patty Olson at (530) 544-2449.


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