First Friday to feature music, bread

 The Pember Library will be honoring former director Pat Wesner during this month’s First Friday event on Friday, April 4 from 7 to 9 p.m.

This delightful event will include music from Phil Hoyt. Photographer, George Bouret, will be there all evening taking portraits of people. There will be an assortment of food and beverages as well.

For more information, please call 642-2525 or go to www.pember.slas.edu.

Also, the Slate Valley Museum will be hosting the Breads of Easter and Passover for their First Friday event.

Experience a tasting of several delicious breads, many created in the ethnic holiday food traditions of the people who make up the cultural heritage of the Slate Valley region. 

In the 1800s, thousands of Welsh, Irish, Jewish, Italian and Slovak immigrants came to the Slate Valley to find work and create a better life for their families.  The Breads of Easter and Passover celebrates the rich cultural traditions of these immigrants and honors the multicultural history of our region.

This event is free for the public.  For more information please call, 642-1417 or go to www.slatevalleymuseum.com.

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