Book Discussion Groups

Book clubs are a great way to share the joys of reading with others. They also help you to learn about the latest books, delve deeper into characters and topics, and even broaden your tastes. Check one out and experience the companionship of other readers and some eye-opening books. Please see a librarian for a copy of any of the books.

 

Wednesday, August 26th, 7PM

Climate Change Book and Discussion Group - The Uninhabitable Earth by David Wallace-Wells.
 
Occurs in-person in the library's backyard the fourth Wednesday of each month. Led by Windsor Resident Diane Foulds. We will be seated 6' apart outside as weather permits. Otherwise we will use ZOOM. 
Please call the library at 802-674-2556 or email librarian@windsorlibrary.org to get a copy of the book.

Future meetings and readings for the climate change group can be found here.

 

Tuesday, August 25th, 3PM

Book Discussion Group - The Sun Does Shine by Anthony Ray Hinton.
 Facilitated by Windsor Resident Janet Farley. "An urgent, emotional memoir from one of the longest serving condemned death row inmates to be found innocent in America." We will be seated 6' apart outside as weather permits. Please call the library at 802-674-2556 or email librarian@windsorlibrary.org to get a copy of the book.


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 POSTPONED: Mobile Book Club:  Residents at Cedar Hill Nursing Home can enjoy a book discussion by a visiting member of the Library staff.  On May 13th from 11-12, we will be discussing Jesmyn Ward's Sing, Unburied, Sing! Please see Activities Director, Ruth Barton, if you'd like to be involved with our mobile book club!