Promoting Wellness, Education, & the Arts
The Claremont Forum has sponsored wellness, education, and art programs in the community since 1985. We sponsor the Sunday Farmers & Artisans Market in the Claremont Village, the nationwide Prison Library Project, as well as the bookshop and art gallery in the Claremont Packing House.
Farmers & Artisans Market
Every Sunday, rain or shine, on Harvard Ave. in the Claremont Village.
Prison Library Project
Each month, volunteers send hundreds of books and educational materials to inmates nationwide.
Bookshop & Gallery
Claremont’s only used bookstore sells books at great prices, features a monthly local artists, and is a home for community events..
Interview with Ivan Mendez, Manager of The Claremont Forum Bookstore/Prison Library Project You can listen to local podcaster, Russ Binder, interview our manager, Ivan Mendez, on his latest episode of
Spring postage drive helps Prison Library Project thrive April 14th, 2022 – Claremont Courier by Andrew Alonzo | email@example.com The Claremont Forum library receives upwards of 300 letters from inmates around
Interfaithfully Speaking: Connecting interfaithfully with people in prison March 3rd, 2022 – Claremont Courier by Judith Favor, member of Claremont Friends Meeting (Quakers) I’ll tell you four stories about Claremont