Arcata Press is a nonprofit press that organizes the Saint Paul Almanac project. The Almanac projects are a people’s meeting space for sharing the diverse stories of community through an annual book, public readings, community editor mentorship program, and other activities that showcase and honor local voices and art. We are 100 percent committed to ethnically diverse, age diverse, and gender diverse leadership and participation in all almanac activities.

This week, the Saint Paul Almanac is delighted to announce the launch of our new website athttp://saintpaulalmanac.com including video of our Lowertown Reading Jams, a brand new City Guide, and stories and literature from our diverse Saint Paul community. For more information about the scope of the Almanac website, see: http://bit.ly/dvulLC

Ambassadors from the Saint Paul Almanac are visiting Pittsburgh next week to have beginning conversations with writers, artists, community organizers, and writing and arts organizations about starting a Pittsburgh People’s Almanac project. We’d love to meet you, learn more about you, and have you learn more about us, Arcata Press, and the Almanac projects.

Thursday, Aug. 26, 5:30 p.m.

The Atrium Room in the Union Project
801 North Negley Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Map: http://bit.ly/adj5ox

Light snacks and refreshments will be available.

Saint Paul Almanac ambassadors:

Kimberly Nightingale, founder and executive director
Metric Giles, board member
Dan Tilsen, board member
Karen Starr, advisory committee member
Nigel Parry, webmaster. Nigel lives in Pittsburgh.

Thank you. We hope to see you there.

Best wishes,

Kimberly Nightingale
Executive Director

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