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2 edition of library-sponsored discussion group. found in the catalog.

library-sponsored discussion group.

Robert Ellis Lee

library-sponsored discussion group.

by Robert Ellis Lee

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Published by Library-Community Project, American Library Association in [Chicago] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Discussion

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC6515 .L43
    The Physical Object
    Pagination85 p.
    Number of Pages85
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6220174M
    LC Control Number57004833

    Educational & enrichment programming for adults includes computer classes, speakers on many topics, a library-sponsored book discussion group, Battle of the Books for adults, community reads, and a Summer Reading Program. In addition, volunteers are available weekday afternoons to help with in-depth genealogy on: Midland, Michigan. Discussion of The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. To respond proactively to mitigate the risk and impact of coronavirus (COVID), beginning Sunday, March 15 th, the Thomas Ford Memorial Library building will be closed for all public services until further notice.. Thank you .

    This library-sponsored program is held on the third Thursday of each month. Selections are from the Great Books Foundation series. For more information, call Bill Scouton at Discussion Opportunities – One of the main goals of One Book – One Lincoln is to encourage residents to read and openly discuss the same book. Talking about great literature with others often adds richness and depth to the experience of reading. We encourage you to join other members of the community in discussing [ ].

    funding, story time, lecture, workshop, discussion group, performance, reading, book talk, puppet show, demonstration, guided facility tour or panel discussion and is provided for adults, young adults and/or children in groups of two or more. 2. Library staff determines and approves topics, speakers, frequency and . Book Circle Meets at AM at the Farmington Library the 2nd Wednesday of each month. Business Book Group Meets at PM at the Farmington Library the 3rd Friday of each month. Sponsored by The Farmington Chamber of Commerce. Non-members welcome! Farmington Woods Book Group Meets at AM at the Farmington Library the 2nd Tuesday of.


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Our book group collection consists of more than titles in kits of 12 books. Book group kits are available to Library-sponsored book groups that meet in Library locations and are facilitated by Library staff.

Kits also are available to Seattle book groups that library-sponsored discussion group. book at members' homes, businesses, churches, community centers, senior centers.

Library Sponsored Book Discussion Groups A book discussion group designed especially for non-native English speakers. Join us to read and discuss one book over several weeks. You’ll read the chapters at home and we’ll discuss plot, dialogue, and culture when we get together.

Books will be distributed at the first class. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lee, Robert Ellis, Library-sponsored discussion group.

[Chicago] Library-Community Project, American Library Association, Library-Sponsored Book Discussion Groups. LafayetteREADs. is a quarterly reading and discussion group, under the umbrella of Lafayette Public Library.

Library-sponsored discussion group. book select fiction and nonfiction books that are not only great reads, but that are relevant to today’s issues. Calendar of Library sponsored events. Search. Search. Book Group CANCELLED Handcraft Club Open House.

Drop-in anytime and bring your favorite project or start a new one. CANCELLED Oakton Book Discussion Group. The May selection is "A Well Behaved Woman: a novel of the Vanderbilts", by Therese Fowler. Everyone is welcome to join. Adults. This Bishops Corner Senior Center discussion group is facilitated by library staff.

Books are available at the Bishops Corner Library. Library Contact: Nancy Pedersen. Febru - The Book That Matters Most by Ann Hood. Ma - In the Midst of Winter by Isabel Allende. Ap - Hotel Paradise by Martha Grimes. When possible, the titles selected for discussion are available in regular, large print, and audio formats to participants.

New participants are always welcome at the library sponsored book groups. The Prosser Public Library book discussion group meets on the third Wednesday of each month from – P.M.

in the Community Room. Book Discussions Groups & Clubs: Please check our Newsletter for the most up-to-date meeting dates and book selections.

2nd Tuesday Mornings Book Discussion Group. This group meets on the second Tuesday of the month at AM. The Discussion Facilitator is Gloria Snyder. New Voices Book Club. This club meets once a month on a Thursday at The library offers a book club discussion group several times throughout the year.

Learn about upcoming titles and dates at this page. Community book clubs open to new members are invited to speak with the Library Director regarding becoming a Library Sponsored Group. Atlantic Magazine Discussion Faxon Branch | New Britain Avenue | West Hartford, CT | P Noah Webster Library | 20 South Main Street | West Hartford, CT |.

Calendar of Library sponsored events. Search. Search. All girls book discussion group. Call branch for title. Age Date: Monday, J Time: Please join our mystery book group. This month's title is The Witch Elm by Tana French. Adults. Date: Tuesday, J Book Club Bags can be reserved online, or by calling or visiting any OPL location.

Each book club bag may be checked out for up to six weeks. Book Club Resources. Check out the following online resources for discussion guides, tips on starting and running a book club, and picking the right title for your group.

Book Browse; Reading Group Guides. Bibliophile Book Club. The Bibliophile Book Club is a library sponsored discussion group that reads a variety of current best sellers, classic literature, and Iowa authors.

The group meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month at pm, and is always open to new members. Meetings are held in the library meeting room.

A discussion of gender issues and concerns as they related to the transgender and bisexual, lesbian, and gay community. Reading materials will be selected by the group to provide stimulus for exploring ways to navigate life encouraging authentic gender expression.

Services Adult Book Groups. This service provides Library-sponsored book discussion groups. Please check our book group schedule for times and locations. Adult Programming and Events. This service provides information for programs and events for all ages throughout the year.

Book Group Copies. If your next book club book is not in our Book Discussion collection, the library staff will help you obtain multiple copies of a book title.

Due to the popularity of many titles and the turn-around time needed to obtain books, please order books at least 6 weeks prior to your next meeting.

The Memorial Book Program offers you an opportunity to donate funds for the purchase of a book to be added to the library’s collection in memory of or in honor of friends or relatives.

You may specify a subject area or the library’s staff will select a book in an area in need of new materials. Book Discussion Groups.

Bloomingdale Public Library offers multiple adult book discussion groups. Join us for fun and some thought-provoking discussions. Newcomers are always welcome.

Chess Club. Youth chess club open to all skill levels. Stop in and play. Ages Meets in the summer only. Game Night. Library Sponsored and Co-Sponsored Programs in the Library Policy discussion group, performance, reading, book talk, puppet show, demonstration, guided facility tour or panel discussion and is provided for adults, young presented in any library sponsored or co-sponsored program.

The Westlake Village Library was opened in February and is 10, square feet in size. The Library hou volumes, 5, audio-visual materials, provides seating for library patrons, features a young adult resource center, several group study rooms, and a square foot area with 12 seats dedicated to electronic work stations.

Each month, the group selects a new book or topic to discuss. Books are generally available for checkout at the library several weeks in advance of each Read more» Online Storytime.pm - pm Library-sponsored Juvenile Event.Adult Book Groups.

What is this service? This service provides Library-sponsored book discussion groups. Please check our book group schedule for times and locations. Who can use this service? Anyone can use this service.

Is there a charge for this service?Blue Hill Public Library will hold a discussion group twice a month on Thursdays at AM, from January 16 through J The series will be hosted by Bates College Professor Emeritus Denis Sweet, on the topic, “Enlivenment, Entanglement, Sympoiesis: New Thinking in the Anthropocene.” The Anthropocene is defined as “that moment.