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Book Discussion Group
meets Sept. – May

on the 4th Wednesday
at 5:30 PM in the Library. 

5:30 Refreshments and conversation
6:00 Book discussion

The next best thing to reading a good book is the joy of sharing it with others. All are welcome to share our joy.

Call the Library    229-5020
Or
Cynthia Goetzmann    229-5678

 

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Sept. 28 – The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion

Fannie Flagg’s comic mystery novel about two women who are forced to re-imagine who they are and what they are capable of.  

Leader:   Kitty Seablom

Dessert:  Gloria Osborne

  

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Oct. 26 – The Lacuna

Barbara Kingsolver tells a story of a man caught between two worlds -whose search for identity takes you into the heart of the 20th century’s most tumultuous events.

Leader:   Gloria Osborne

Dessert:  Judy Powell 

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Nov.  30 ( 5th Wed.)- The Sandcastle Girls

Chris Bohjalian’s sweeping love story takes place in Syria in 1915 and leaves the author with haunting legacies of his Armenian heritage.

Leader:   Daren Chentow

Dessert:  Sue Carlson

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Jan. 25 – Yellow Crocus

Laila Ibrahim writes a compelling tale of coming-of-age in antebellum Virginia.

Leader:   Marilyn Matteson

Dessert:  Marcia Young

 

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Feb. 22 – The Nightingale

Kristin Hannah’s novel begins with an intriguing line, “In love we find out who we want to be; in war we find out who we are.”

Leader:   Ellie Jordan

Dessert:  Cynthia Goetzmann

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March 22 – The Aviator’s Wife

Melanie Benjamin’s novel takes us behind the scenes and into the heart of the woman who loved and married Charles Lindbergh.

Leader:   Carol Sherman

Dessert:  Daren Chentow

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April 26 – Me Before You

Jojo Moyes’ romantic novel asks, “What do you do if, to make the person you love happy, means breaking your own heart?”

Leader:   Andrea McIntosh

Dessert:   Sally Blackmer

 

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Join us and celebrate another year of happy reading!!! 

Questions? 

Call the Library       229-5020
Or
Cynthia Goetzmann 229-5678

 

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May 24 – Georgia

Dawn Tripp’s historical novel brings to life Georgia O’Keeffe, her love affair with Alfred Stieglitz and her quest to become an independent artist.

Leader Barbara Kennerson

Dessert:   Ruth Wood