We have many book clubs that cover various genres. Contact the library for more information or to check on the availability of titles.
After Hours Book Club
Last Tuesday, Library Restaurant upstairs, 7:15pm
Books are chosen by club members, so the topics and genres vary.
September 25: Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
October 30: Bless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya
Beyond Borders Book Club
Second Wednesday, Library Restaurant upstairs, 7pm
Each month we feature a book from a different country of the world
October 10: Meet and greet to decide on the first book
November 14: Discussion of the first book
Murder Club: A True Crime Book Club
Second Thursday, Library Sports Grille, 7pm
A book club for fans of Serial, My Favorite Murder, and Forensic Files – each month we’ll delve into infamous murders, serial killers, and other true crime mysteries.
September 13: All-American Murder: the rise and fall of Aaron Hernandez, the super star whose life ended on murder's row, by James Patterson
October 11: And the Sea Will Tell, by Vincent Bugliosi
November 8: Part II of And the See Will Tell, by Vincent Bugliosi
December 14: I'll Be Gone In the Dark: One Woman's Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer. by Michelle McNamara
January 10: Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony, by Jeff AshtonF
February 14: Devil's Knot: The True Story of the West Memphis Three, by Mara Leveritt
Cozy Mystery Book Club
Third Monday, Main Area of the library, 2pm
If you’re an armchair detective who prefers their mystery stories heavy on the small town charm and light on the sex and violence, this book club is for you!
An Alphabet of Cozy Mysteries
August 20: Ghost at Work by, Caroline Hart
September 17: A Man with a Load of Mischief by, Martha Grimes
October 15: Cover Her Face, by P.D James
November 19: The Ritual Bath by, Faye Kellerman
December 17: The Spellman Files, by Lisa Lutz
First Wednesday of each month at the Rib and Chop House, 7pm
A place for interested newcomers and fans of the sequential art form of literature (graphic novels, comic books, manga, etc.) to discover and discuss all the beautiful provocative and heroic stories this form has to offer.
October 3rd: Indeh a story of the Apache Wars, by Ethan Hawke and Greg Ruth