Michael Pollan’s fans spent the summer reading his latest release, Cooked, but the League of Women Voters' local chapter is hoping they’ll again reach for his classic, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, in preparation for an upcoming event. The League on Oct. 17 is hosting a discussion of the book, which probes the political and philosophical dimensions of eating, following a tour of Grow Food Carolina at 990 Morrison Drive. Lisa Turansky, director of sustainable agriculture for the Coastal Conservation League, will lead the conversation. The event begins at 6 p.m. There’s no charge for the tour or discussion, but dinner costs $12; Attendees can register and choose their wrap or salad on the League’s website.