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Curtis Contemporaries present “Favorite Flavors of Summers in Maine, with NY Times Cooking Sam Sifton”

5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Curtis Memorial Library
23 Pleasant Street
Brunswick , Maine 04011
United States

The Curtis Contemporaries are excited to welcome (back) Founding Editor of New York Times Cooking Sam Sifton to Curtis Memorial Library. A 3rd generation Ragged Island resident, Sam notes: “I love your library, which has provided me and my family with a lot of reading pleasure over the years, not to mention ace advice along the way.”
Brunswick food writer and edible MAINE Editor Christine Burns-Rudalevige will talk with Sam about cookbooks, food writing and recipes, Maine’s farmers, fisheries, flavors of summer . . . and libraries!
A fundraiser supporting Curtis’ No Fines/No Late Fees Equitable Borrowing for All Program.

Tickets are $25 pp. Purchase online here, or at the library.

Additional donations in support of our Equitable Borrowing Program are welcome.


  • Mere Point Oyster Company oyster and shrimp bar
  • Cash bar by Jackass Annie Mobile Bar
  • Small bites and fresh flavors from local farms and providers prepared by Eloise Humphrey and Daphne Comaskey of El Camino / Salt Pine Social / Relish
  • Delicious conversation between Sam Sifton and Christine Burns Rudalevige, editor-in-chief of edible MAINE and author of Green Plate Special
  • Raffle of local food stuffs and uniquely Curtis experiences
  • Cookbook sales by Gulf of Maine Books

With thanks to our sponsors:

Bangor Savings Bank

Riley Insurance

Portside Real Estate Group

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