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Buffalo Reading Invasion returns to Larkin Square

Buffalo Reading Invasion, the flash mob-like series of gatherings that celebrate the role of reading, public space, and community in Buffalo's cultural life, returns to Larkin Square, 745 Seneca St at the intersection of Swan St., tonight from 6:30  p.m. to 7:30 p.m. with the final event on its Summer 2013 calendar. 

Geoff Schutte, the Buffalo educator who is the founder and organizer of Buffalo Reading Invasion, encourages the entire reading community to bring a book or magazine, a chair or blanket (though Larkin Square has plenty of available seating), and several friends or family members for an hour of quiet reading and fellowship in one of Buffalo’s most popular and successfully-reclaimed public spaces.  Visit  for further details and to learn more about Buffalo Reading Invasion.

--R.D. Pohl
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