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Adult Book Discussion Groups

One thing you can be sure of – there is always a lot going on for book lovers at the Library!  You are welcome to join any book discussion group listed.  To register, please call the Reference Desk at 456-2400, ext 2.

Upcoming Book Selections and Discussion Schedules, Winter 2016

Night Owls – Mondays at 7:30 pm led by Margaret Lanoue
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We read a selection of fiction and nonfiction books on topics of current social and literary interest.  Lively discussions always ensue!

Books and Brews – Mondays at 7:30pm, led by Phil Berardi
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An offsite book group open to the thirsty, literate public.

GPL Page Turners – Wednesdays at 1:00pm, led by Beth Rienti
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The GPL Page Turners (formerly known as Knit One, Read Too!) reads recently published books from a variety of genres, including contemporary fiction, historical fiction, and mystery, as well as the occasional nonfiction book.  New members are always welcome!

Great Books – Thursdays at 7:00 pm, led by Carl Schilling
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Are the “classics” still worth reading?  We think they are!  These are the books that continue to be read in times, places and cultures far removed from those in which they were written.  Since these books have had so much to say to so many different people, they’re very likely to hold meaning for us as well.  Join us as we discuss books that you’ve always wanted to read, or may have read growing up but want to read again!

Updated by KR 11/23/2016