ROCKLAND — Penobscot Bay Language School continues its 2022 lecture series with authentic Mexican cuisine and an in-depth discussion of the current humanitarian crisis that continues to unfold on the southernmost border of the United States.
The Dinner and Discussion event will begin at 5:30 p.m. on February 24, 2022 at PBLS’ Rockland location.
The event is the second dinner and discussion of 2022 featuring an authentic meal inspired by Mexican cuisine, prepared by experienced culinary volunteers and staff. The event will conclude with a lively discussion focused on the current humanitarian crisis on the US-Mexico border, including a presentation by recent Skidmore College graduate and dedicated humanitarian volunteer, Annie James of Camden, who will recount the details of her recent volunteer trip working with a non-profit organization serving immigrants and refugees at the US-Mexico border.
All participants will be asked to present proof of vaccination (valid vaccination card, clear digital image or printout) and to wear a mask when not seated, eating and/or drinking. Symptomatic people are asked to stay home (regardless of their vaccination status). Space is limited to half capacity (20 guests) during the event to allow for greater social distancing between patrons.
To visitunder the “Cultural Events” tab to make reservations online, or call (207) 594-1084 for more information.
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