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This month we are celebrating both National Picnic month and National Parks and Recreation Month!

Parks are central to so many memories: playdates, family reunions, and picnics. Parks are a place where family and friends can bond over shared activities and food. Parks provide a space for the community. Mango boasts a repertoire to help you host your best picnic in the park: The Art of Picnics by Alanna O’Neil, Buns and Burgers by Gregory Berger, and Cocktails, Mocktails, and Garnishes from the Garden by Katie Stryjewski. Enjoy good food and good company with a picnic in the park this month.

Thank you for trusting us with your stories and thank you for making the world a better, more beautiful place.

Cover of The Art of Picnics by Alanna O'Neill
The Art of Picnic
Alanna O’Neill
Cover of Becoming a Dog Chef by Kevyn Matthews
Becoming a Dog Chef
Kevyn Matthews
Cover of Picturing America's Pastime by the National Baseball Hale of Fame (smaller version)
Picturing America’s Pastime
National Baseball Hall of Fame
Making Vegan Meat by Mark Thompson
Making Vegan Meat
Mark Thompson
Bread Baking Basics by Gregory Berger
Bread Baking Basics
Gregory Berger
Growing Flowers
Niki Irving

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