As a follow-up to the screening and community discussion of "American Promise," join us to discuss the companion book, Promises Kept: Raising Black Boys to Succeed in School and in Life, at the Main Library on Tuesday, Nov. 18 at 7 pm. Learn more.
- All are welcome, no registration required. Books available at hosting libraries one month before discussion.
- To find specific titles, dates and locations, view our calendar, then click on the event type "Book Group"
- To request your title online, log in to the library catalog.
- Looking for suggestions of great book group ereads? Check out our custom 3M Cloud Library Bookshelf of local Book Group Favorites.
Maze Branch, certain Sundays at 2pm
A cookbook book discussion: Try two recipes at home (our choice, plus one of yours). Then meet, discuss and enjoy a potluck of tasty treats!
Inspiration: Living Life Mindfully
Inspirational selections to inspire meaningful discussion
The Mysterious History of England
Maze Branch, certain Tuesdays at noon
Explore the history of England through Mysteries; a different time period and detective will be featured each month in 2014. Bring your lunch and meet to discuss.
Dole Branch, certain Tuesdays at noon
A lunchtime mystery lover’s book group. Pack your own lunch and join us to discuss these suspenseful stories.
The Lives They Lived
Maze Branch, certain Tuesdays at 7:30 pm
Gain insight into the world of extraordinary individuals, and perhaps our own existence and the human condition at large.
Words on Wednesday
Main Library, certain Wednesdays at 1 pm
Read and discuss fiction and nonfiction titles selected by Adult & Teen Services librarians for stimulating conversation.
Read & Reflect
Dole Branch, certain Fridays at noon
Read and discuss a thoughtful selection of nonfiction titles, ripe for meaningful discussion.