Young at Heart, (the book club for adults who read YA)
Are you an adult who enjoys reading YA? Do you wish you had other adults you could talk to about it without shame? If so, then this is the book club for you!
Join us on Thursday, June 24th at 7 pm for a discussion of Cinder by Meyer.
The Dinner Detectives is the library’s mystery book group. We discuss mysteries related to a different topic each month. You bring your book and dinner – we provide the coffee, dessert and discussion! The group meets on the first Tuesday of the month @ 6 pm. New members welcome!
Tuesday, June 8th @ 6 pm: Government Investigators and mysteries
Popular Titles Book Group
The Popular Titles Book Group generally meets on the fourth Tuesday evening of the month @ 7 pm.
Tuesday, June 29th we will discuss City of a Thousand Gates by Sacks.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Afternoon Tea and Books
email email@example.com for information about joining this group virtually during our COVID-19 closure.
Interested in a daytime book club at the library? Our afternoon book club meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 1:00 pm. New members welcome!
For Tuesday, June 15th we will be discussing The Mystery of Mrs. Christie by Benedict.
“Themed Reads” will be a year-long book group in which you will read a book of your choice that corresponds to each month’s assigned theme. Monthly themes this year include books that are also movies, books about mental health, books about bookstores or libraries, and more! Come down to the library for the complete list!
Tuesday, April 13th @ 7pm – Books made into movies/series
So What Do You Want to Know?: Nonfiction Book Club
Meets 3rd Thursday of the month at 6 pm.
On Thursday, June 17th we will be discussing Biographies.