With the Spring equinox approaching, the Biodiversity Market returns on Sunday 14 March to celebrate the reawakening of the Sambuy Garden which, as on every second Sunday of the month, comes back to life to be a place of encounter, good practices, exchanges and seasonal stories.
During the market, at 12 noon, there will be an appointment with the book “Trenta ritratti di donne in Piemonte” (Thirty portraits of women in Piedmont) by Margherita Crema Giacomasso, published by Graphot. Thirty women of the past for Thirty and more women of the future. In collaboration with the Graphot publishing house and Torino Città per le Donne.
At 3.00 p.m. there will be a presentation of Enrico Pandiani’s latest novel, Lontano da casa, published by Salani. Set in the streets of Turin’s barriers and suburbs, this noir becomes a pretext for scrutinising the human soul and the capacity for social tolerance. The author will be joined by journalist Francesco Antonioli of Torino Social Impact and Alexandru Nastasa, homeless and unexpected reader.
Throughout the day the Slow Food Metropolitan Pollinators Community will continue to talk about bees and biodiversity with the ECI’s signature collection “Let’s save bees and pollinators”. https://www.savebeesandfarmers.eu/ita
Free event organised with the support of the Slow Food Community of Metropolitan Pollinators – Ass. Culturale Giardino Forbito
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Event languages: IT
Piazza Carlo Felice - Torino (Italy)