Picture it in your mind: the perfect summer day. Your children play quietly in the pool at your feet, glistening with aqua blue as the sun reflects off the water. Shadows of little waves dance across your face. In your hand is a cold beverage, sweating against your palm. You smell sunscreen touched with coconut, a hot dog sizzling on a grill somewhere, and the sharp hint of chlorine. With a smile, you reach down into your brightly-hued beach bag and pull out…
Join us for a riveting discussion of “The Day the World Came to Town” by Jim DeFede. Our evening book club meets the fourth Monday of each month.
Join us for a lively discussion of "The Day the World Came to Town" by Jim DeFede. Our morning book club meets the third Tuesday of each month.
Join us for a riveting discussion of Save Me the Plums by Ruth Reichl. Our evening book club meets the fourth Monday of each month.
Join us for a lively discussion of Save Me the Plums by Ruth Reichl. Our morning book club meets the third Tuesday of each month.
Meet virtually to discuss the book The Guest List by Lucy Foley.
Space is limited; registration required. This virtual event will be held online via Zoom. A link will be sent via email prior to the event.
Looking to create a space for connection and inspiration in your life? Whether you want to transition your formerly in-person book club to an online platform, or to start a brand new group, we’ve got some tips and tricks to help you along! Join library staff to learn how to start and sustain an engaged virtual book club in this new year.
This program will be held online. A link will be emailed to registered attendees in advance.
View the world through someone else’s eyes. A mix of fiction and nonfiction, this book club aims to be an enlightening examination of various cultures and ways of life. This month, we will discuss Reading Lolita in Tehran by Azar Nafisi. We provide the snacks, you provide the conversation!
Please see a staff member for a copy of the book.
Drink coffee and talk books with your friends and fellow community members. Please bring a favorite title to recommend and prepare to discover some great new reading suggestions.
There is a great Stephen King quotes that reads, “If you don't have time to read, you don't have the time (or the tools) to write.” It’s one of my favorite quotes to haul out when I’m talking to new writers because it contains so much truth: if you are wanting to write a book, then you need to be reading books. This statement is often met with enthusiastic head nods and more than a few sighs. I get it – who has time to read when writing a book on the side? We barely have enough time in this insanely oversaturated world for our own thoughts, let alone the time to read and write.