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Bread, earth and fire will be topic of talk at women’s club meeting

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CASTINE — Stu Silverstein will talk about making earth ovens and baking bread at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6, at the museum’s Hutchins Education Center, 112 Perkins St. The Wilson Museum and the Castine Woman’s Club will co-host the presentation. Silverstein also talk about his experiences constructing ovens by the dump in Guatemala City with others from the charity Safe Passage.

Silverstein’s career has risen above bread baker and oven maker to include author, film producer and artist. One of the founders of Railroad Square Cinema, New England’s best known art cinema, he has produced and directed the award-winning movie, “Dead River Rough Cut.” He recently completed a video about oven building and bread baking which complements his book “Bread, Earth and Fire.” Visit his website at stusilverstein.com.

His program at the education center is free and open to all. For information, call 326-9247 or email info@wilsonmuseum.org.