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Book Discussion Groups

Book Discussion groups meet at MCLS libraries throughout the county. Contact your member library to find out more about book discussion groups near you, or check the listing below of upcoming programs. A downloadable brochure [PDF] is available here.

African-American Literature: A 5-Part Discussion Series
2017-02-20; 6:30  pm - 8:00  pm
Central Library - Arts & Literature Division, 1st floor Rundel Memorial Building
Age Level: Adult
Please join us in celebration of African American History Month as we read and discuss a selection of important African-American texts from the 1920s to the present. Our meeting dates are Mondays, February 6, 13, 20, 27 and March 6.  
For the Love of Words
2017-02-20; 6:30  pm - 8:30  pm
Pittsford Community Library - Fletcher Steele Room
Age Level: Adult
If you love to read and talk about what you've read, but don't have time to invest in a book club, this new workshop might be just what you're looking for.  Each month we'll read and discuss literary selections from a variety of different genres, all centered on a particular theme. For February, we'll be talking about love! Writing and literature teacher Jennifer Case will facilitate the conversation. Upcoming dates are: March 20, April 17, and May 22. Registration required. Call 585-249-5481 or go to www.townofpittsford.org/home-library to register. 
Movie Monday- Books That Became Movies
2017-02-20; 4:30  pm - 6:30  pm
Frederick Douglass Community Library
Age Level: Adult
Join us for The 100 Year Old-Man who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared, a movie which is part history, part adventure, and part comedy. After a long and colorful life, Allen Karlsson finds himself stuck in a nursing home awaiting his 100th birthday. Determined to escape, he leaps out of a window and onto the nearest bus, setting off on an unexpected journey. No registration required.  
Food for Thought Book Discussion Group
2017-02-21; 1:00  pm  
Charlotte Branch - Basement Program Room
Age Level: Adult
February's selection is "All the Light We Cannot See" by Anthony Doerr. It's "the beautiful, stunningly ambitious New York Times bestseller about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II"-Amazon review. Borrow a copy of this moving book at the library, then come share your insights during our discussion.  
Savory Food Book Group
2017-02-21; 7:00  pm - 8:30  pm
Pittsford Community Library - Fletcher Steele Room
Age Level: Adult
We will be discussing "A History of the World in Six Glasses" by Tom Standage.  Join the Savory Book Group to read and discuss  books related to the food world. Copies of the book will be available at the Circulation Desk. No registration required. 
Tuesdays at 2 Book Discussion Group
2017-02-21; 2:00  pm - 3:00  pm
Hamlin Public Library
Age Level: Adult
Third Tuesday of the Month at 2:00 pm. February's book is The Life We Bury by Allen Eskens  
Brownbag Book Discussion - The Enchanted (If All of Rochester Reads the Same Book selection)
2017-02-22; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Rundel Auditorium, 3rd floor Rundel Memorial Building
Age Level: Adult
Please join our book discussion group to discuss the novel, The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld. This book is the If All of Rochester Reads the Same Book selection. Our group meets on a monthly basis, reads mostly contemporary fiction, although we occasionally read non-fiction, and is always welcoming new participants. Copies of the book are available at the Circulation Desk at Central Library during the month prior to the discussion date.  
Book Discussion Group
2017-02-23; 1:00  pm - 2:00  pm
Ogden Farmers' Library - Meeting Room
Age Level: Adult -- Select - Select
Join us as we read "Rosemary: The Hidden Kennedy Daughter" by Kate Clifford Larson  
Diary of a Wimpy Kid Party
2017-02-23; 6:00  pm - 7:30  pm
Hamlin Public Library
Age Level: Child - 14 yrs.
Fun and games based on the best-selling books. Registration required (964-2320) to register  
Poetry Oasis: Unwind at Noontime
2017-02-23; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Arts & Literature Division, 1st floor Rundel Building
Age Level: Adult
Each Thursday at noon, local poet and teacher, Kitty Jospe, selects a variety of poems for the group to read and discuss. Come experience the magic that happens when we slow down to read poetry out loud in a relaxing setting . All are invited to join this welcoming group. No poetry background is necessary - only an open mind! Free and open to the public. Brownbag lunches are welcome. No registration is required. For more information, call the Arts & Literature Division at 428-8380, or email Carol.Moldt@libraryweb.org.  
Douglass Book Group
2017-02-27; 7:00  pm - 8:00  pm
Frederick Douglass Community Library
Age Level: Adult
Join us for a discussion of the book What Alice Forgot, by Liane Moriaty. Alice Love is twenty-nine years old, madly in love with her husband, and pregnant with their first child. After a fall, she wakes up on the floor of a gym and discovers that she's actually thirty -nine, has three children, and is in the midst of an acrimonious divorce. Ten years of her life have suddenly disappeared, and Alice isn't sure likes who she's become. It turns out that forgetting might be the most memorable thing that has ever happened to Alice. To register, please call 428-8206 or stop in at the Information Desk.  
Nonfiction Book Group
2017-02-27; 7:00  pm - 8:30  pm
Pittsford Community Library - Fletcher Steele Room
Age Level: Adult
We will be discussing "The Botany of Desire" by Michael Pollan.  Copies of the book will be available at the Circulation Desk. No registration required.
Teen Book Festival Book Group
2017-02-27; 7:00  pm - 8:00  pm
Brockport-Seymour Library - Duryea
Age Level: Teen
Read and discuss books by 9 of the authors who'll be at the Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival this May. The group meets every other week, on Monday evenings. You'll receive your very own copy of each book - perfect for getting autographs at the festival. Refreshments! Registration required. Grades 6-12  
Evening Book Discussion Group: What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty
2017-02-27; 7:00  pm - 8:30  pm
Fairport Public Library
Age Level: Adult
Join us for a leisurely chat. Copies are available at the Check Out Desk. No registration is necessary.  
Tweens and Teens Book Discussion Group
2017-02-28; 6:45  pm - 7:30  pm
Hamlin Public Library
Age Level: Teen - And Up
Fun discussion and dessert. Registration required (964-2320) to register  
Tweens and Teens Book Discussion Group
2017-02-28; 6:45  pm - 7:30  pm
Hamlin Public Library
Age Level: Teen - And Up
Fun discussion and dessert. Registration required (964-2320) to register  
Adult Book Discussion
2017-03-01; 7:00  pm - 8:00  pm
Chili Public Library - Ireland Room
Age Level: Adult
Come and enjoy some lively discussions about a different book every month!  This book group will be meeting the first Wednesday of each month. March's book is TBD. Books will be available the month before the discussion at the Checkout desk. No registration required.
Votes for Women! A 5-Part Reading and Discussion Series
2017-03-01; 6:45  pm - 8:15  pm
Central Library - Rundel Conference Room, 2nd floor, Rundel Memorial Builing
Age Level: Adult
2017 marks the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote in New York State. Join us for a reading and discussion series on this interesting and important topic!  Our book selection includes history, biography, and fiction, and provides a window into the often overlooked stories and actors behind one of America's greatest social movements. Our meeting dates are March 1, March 22, April 19, May 10, and May 31. Books will be loaned to participants. Registration is required. Please call Michelle Finn at (585) 428-8368 and sign up today!  
Poetry Oasis: Unwind at Noontime
2017-03-02; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Arts & Literature Division, 1st floor Rundel Building
Age Level: Adult
Each Thursday at noon, local poet and teacher, Kitty Jospe, selects a variety of poems for the group to read and discuss. Come experience the magic that happens when we slow down to read poetry out loud in a relaxing setting . All are invited to join this welcoming group. No poetry background is necessary - only an open mind! Free and open to the public. Brownbag lunches are welcome. No registration is required. For more information, call the Arts & Literature Division at 428-8380, or email Carol.Moldt@libraryweb.org.  
Great Novels Book Group
2017-03-06; 7:00  pm - 8:30  pm
Pittsford Community Library - Fletcher Steele Room
Age Level: Adult
We will be discussing "Emma" by Jane Austen.    Copies of the book will be available at the Circulation Desk. No registration required.   
Ideas 'n' Authors
2017-03-06; 7:00  pm - 8:30  pm
Gates Public Library
Age Level: Adult
Gates Public Library's book discussion group is the first Monday of each month, unless otherwise noted. This month we discuss "Fall on Your Knees" by Ann-Marie MacDonald.   Books are available at the Circulation Desk each month.  No registration.
Historical Fiction Book Discussion Group "March" by Geraldine Brooks
2017-03-07; 7:00  pm - 8:00  pm
Irondequoit Public Library - 113
Age Level: Adult -- Select - Select
From Louisa May Alcott's classic Little Women, Geraldine Brooks has taken the character of the absent father, Mr. March, who has gone off to war leaving his wife and daughters to make do in hard times. As he recovers from a near mortal illness, he must reassemble his shattered mind and body and find a way to reconnect with a wife and daughters who have no idea of the ordeals he has been through.  
Adult Book Discussion
2017-03-08; 2:00  pm - 3:00  pm
Parma Public Library - Meeting Room
Age Level: Adult
Come join our Parma Public Library Adult Book Discussion group as they discuss "The Summer Before the War" by Helen Simonson. The story of a family, a town, and a world in their final moments of innocence!  All are Welcome and there is No Registration. Group meets Wednesday, March  8th at 2 pm. We would love to have you join us! We serve cookies!
Poetry Oasis: Unwind at Noontime
2017-03-09; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Arts & Literature Division, 1st floor Rundel Building
Age Level: Adult
Each Thursday at noon, local poet and teacher, Kitty Jospe, selects a variety of poems for the group to read and discuss. Come experience the magic that happens when we slow down to read poetry out loud in a relaxing setting . All are invited to join this welcoming group. No poetry background is necessary - only an open mind! Free and open to the public. Brownbag lunches are welcome. No registration is required. For more information, call the Arts & Literature Division at 428-8380, or email Carol.Moldt@libraryweb.org.  
Y's Owls @ the Library Book Group
2017-03-13; 11:00  am - 12:30  pm
Pittsford Community Library - Fletcher Steele Room
Age Level: Adult
We will be discussing "The Little Paris Bookshop" by Nina George.  This program is offered in conjunction with the Southeast YMCA. Copies of the book will be available at the Circulation Desk. No registration required.   
Contemporary Book Discussion Group:- Selections by Ron Rash
2017-03-14; 7:00  pm - 8:00  pm
Irondequoit Public Library - 113
Age Level: Adult
Choose one of the three selections by Ron Rash to read: Serena; Under the Waterfall; The Cove  
Murder for Lunch Book Group
2017-03-14; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Pittsford Community Library - Fletcher Steele Room
Age Level: Adult
We will be discussing "The Boy in the Suitcase" by Lene Kaaberbøl.  Copies of the book will be available at the Circulation Desk. No registration required.     
Senior Circle Book Group
2017-03-14; 2:00  pm - 3:00  pm
Pittsford Community Library - Fisher Meeting Room
Age Level: Adult
We will be discussing "Still Life with Bread Crumbs" by Anna Quindlen.  Copies in regular print, large print, and book-on-CD will be available at the Circulation Desk. No registration required.      
Afternoon Book Discussion Group: The Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende
2017-03-15; 2:00  pm - 3:30  pm
Fairport Public Library
Age Level: Adult
Join us for a leisurely chat. No registration is necessary.  
Contemporary Book Discussion Group:- Selections by Ron Rash
2017-03-16; 3:00  pm - 4:00  pm
Irondequoit Public Library - 113
Age Level: Adult
Choose one of the three selections by Ron Rash to read: Serena; Under the Waterfall; The Cove  
Historical Fiction Book Discussion Group "March" by Geraldine Brooks
2017-03-16; 3:00  pm - 4:00  pm
Irondequoit Public Library - 113
Age Level: Adult -- Select - Select
From Louisa May Alcott's classic Little Women, Geraldine Brooks has taken the character of the absent father, Mr. March, who has gone off to war leaving his wife and daughters to make do in hard times. As he recovers from a near mortal illness, he must reassemble his shattered mind and body and find a way to reconnect with a wife and daughters who have no idea of the ordeals he has been through.  
Mystery Loves Company
2017-03-17; 2:00  pm - 3:00  pm
Chili Public Library - Ireland Room
Age Level: Adult -- 19 yrs. - And Up
A daytime mystery book discussion that meets the third Friday of the month.  This month's book will be available at the checkout desk. March's book will be
For the Love of Words
2017-03-20; 6:30  pm - 8:30  pm
Pittsford Community Library - Fisher Meeting Room
Age Level: Adult
If you love to read and talk about what you've read, but don't have time to invest in a book club, this new workshop might be just what you're looking for.  Each month we'll read and discuss literary selections from a variety of different genres, all centered on a particular theme. For March, we'll be talking about spring. Jennifer Case, writing and literature teacher, will facilitate the conversation. Registration required. Call 585-249-5481 or go to www.townofpittsford.org/home-library to register.   
Food for Thought Book Discussion Group
2017-03-21; 1:00  pm  
Charlotte Branch - Basement Program Room
Age Level: Adult
This month's selection is "Station Eleven" by Emily St. John Mandel. "Kirsten Raymonde survives a devastating flu pandemic which brings civilization as we know it to an end.... The story moves back and forth in time, vividly depicting life before and after the pandemic" -Amazon.com. This is a beautifully written and highly praised novel. We have a copy waiting for you! Read it and join us for some great conversation.  
Savory Food Book Group
2017-03-21; 7:00  pm - 8:30  pm
Pittsford Community Library - Fletcher Steele Room
Age Level: Adult
We will be discussing "Extra Virginity" by Tom Mueller.  Join the Savory Book Group to read and discuss  books related to the food world. Copies of the book will be available at the Circulation Desk. No registration required.     
Brownbag Book Discussion - To the Bright Edge of the World
2017-03-22; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Rundel Auditorium, 3rd floor Rundel Memorial Building
Age Level: Adult
Please join our book discussion group to discuss the novel, To the Bright Edge of the World by Eowyn Ivey. Our group meets on a monthly basis, reads mostly contemporary fiction, although we occasionally read non-fiction, and is always welcoming new participants. Copies of the book are available at the Circulation Desk at Central Library during the month prior to the discussion date.  
Book Discussion Group
2017-03-23; 1:00  pm - 2:00  pm
Ogden Farmers' Library - Meeting Room
Age Level: Adult -- Select - Select
Join us as we read "The Girl on the Train" by Paula Hawkins  
Poetry Oasis: Unwind at Noontime
2017-03-23; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Arts & Literature Division, 1st floor Rundel Building
Age Level: Adult
Each Thursday at noon, local poet and teacher, Kitty Jospe, selects a variety of poems for the group to read and discuss. Come experience the magic that happens when we slow down to read poetry out loud in a relaxing setting . All are invited to join this welcoming group. No poetry background is necessary - only an open mind! Free and open to the public. Brownbag lunches are welcome. No registration is required. For more information, call the Arts & Literature Division at 428-8380, or email Carol.Moldt@libraryweb.org.  
Nonfiction Book Group
2017-03-27; 7:00  pm - 8:30  pm
Pittsford Community Library - Fletcher Steele Room
Age Level: Adult
We will be discussing "Just Mercy" by Bryan Stevenson.  Copies of the book will be available at the Circulation Desk. No registration required.      
Evening Book Discussion Group: My Name is Lucy Barton by Elizabeth Strout
2017-03-27; 7:00  pm - 8:30  pm
Fairport Public Library
Age Level: Adult
Join us for a leisurely chat. Copies are available at the Check Out Desk. No registration is necessary.  
Poetry Oasis: Unwind at Noontime
2017-03-30; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Arts & Literature Division, 1st floor Rundel Building
Age Level: Adult
Each Thursday at noon, local poet and teacher, Kitty Jospe, selects a variety of poems for the group to read and discuss. Come experience the magic that happens when we slow down to read poetry out loud in a relaxing setting . All are invited to join this welcoming group. No poetry background is necessary - only an open mind! Free and open to the public. Brownbag lunches are welcome. No registration is required. For more information, call the Arts & Literature Division at 428-8380, or email Carol.Moldt@libraryweb.org.  
Non-Fiction Book Discussion: The Residence by Kate Andersen Brower
2017-04-04; 7:00  pm - 8:45  pm
Fairport Public Library
Age Level: Adult
Please join us for a lively discussion. Copies are available at the Check Out Desk at the library.  
Adult Book Discussion
2017-04-05; 7:00  pm - 8:00  pm
Chili Public Library - Ireland Room
Age Level: Adult
Come and enjoy some lively discussions about a different book every month!  This book group will be meeting the first Wednesday of each month.
Bringing Poetry Alive
2017-04-05; 7:00  pm - 8:00  pm
Central Library - Rundel Arts Room
Age Level: Adult
Poet and teacher Kitty Jospe joins the "Subject to Change" discussion group to talk about poetry.  Come for an hour of lively sharing of a sampling of poems.  Kitty Jospe will demonstrate how to maximize the pleasure of reading poetry aloud and seeing it on the page.  Audience participation is encouraged, and no knowledge of poetry is required.
Poetry Oasis: Unwind at Noontime
2017-04-06; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Arts & Literature Division, 1st floor Rundel Building
Age Level: Adult
Each Thursday at noon, local poet and teacher, Kitty Jospe, selects a variety of poems for the group to read and discuss. Come experience the magic that happens when we slow down to read poetry out loud in a relaxing setting . All are invited to join this welcoming group. No poetry background is necessary - only an open mind! Free and open to the public. Brownbag lunches are welcome. No registration is required. For more information, call the Arts & Literature Division at 428-8380, or email Carol.Moldt@libraryweb.org.  
Poetry Oasis: Unwind at Noontime
2017-04-13; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Arts & Literature Division, 1st floor Rundel Building
Age Level: Adult
Each Thursday at noon, local poet and teacher, Kitty Jospe, selects a variety of poems for the group to read and discuss. Come experience the magic that happens when we slow down to read poetry out loud in a relaxing setting . All are invited to join this welcoming group. No poetry background is necessary - only an open mind! Free and open to the public. Brownbag lunches are welcome. No registration is required. For more information, call the Arts & Literature Division at 428-8380, or email Carol.Moldt@libraryweb.org.  
Books & Brownies
2017-04-18; 2:00  pm - 3:00  pm
Fairport Public Library
Age Level: Teen
Get some good book recommendations from fellow teen readers. Open to readers in grades 7-12. Brownies are provided!  Please
Animanga Club
2017-04-19; 2:00  pm - 4:00  pm
Fairport Public Library
Age Level: Teen
Anime, manga, snacks! Open to everyone in grades 7-12.  Please
Afternoon Book Discussion Group: The Senator's Wife by Sue Miller
2017-04-19; 2:00  pm - 3:30  pm
Fairport Public Library
Age Level: Adult
Join us for a leisurely chat. No registration is necessary.  
Geronimo Stilton Party
2017-04-20; 6:00  pm - 7:30  pm
Hamlin Public Library
Age Level: All Ages
Fun and games based on the best-selling books.  
Poetry Oasis: Unwind at Noontime
2017-04-20; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Arts & Literature Division, 1st floor Rundel Building
Age Level: Adult
Each Thursday at noon, local poet and teacher, Kitty Jospe, selects a variety of poems for the group to read and discuss. Come experience the magic that happens when we slow down to read poetry out loud in a relaxing setting . All are invited to join this welcoming group. No poetry background is necessary - only an open mind! Free and open to the public. Brownbag lunches are welcome. No registration is required. For more information, call the Arts & Literature Division at 428-8380, or email Carol.Moldt@libraryweb.org.  
Mystery Loves Company
2017-04-21; 2:00  pm - 3:00  pm
Chili Public Library - Ireland Room
Age Level: Adult -- 19 yrs. - And Up
A daytime mystery book discussion that meets the third Friday of the month.  This month's book will be available at the checkout desk. April's book will be
Evening Book Discussion Group: Circling the Sun by Paula McLain
2017-04-24; 7:00  pm - 8:30  pm
Fairport Public Library
Age Level: Adult
Join us for a leisurely chat. Copies are available at the Check Out Desk. No registration is necessary.  
Brownbag Book Discussion - Last Bus to Wisdom
2017-04-26; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Rundel Auditorium, 3rd floor Rundel Memorial Building
Age Level: Adult
Please join our book discussion group to discuss the novel, Last Bus to Wisdom by Ivan Doig. Our group meets on a monthly basis, reads mostly contemporary fiction, although we occasionally read non-fiction, and is always welcoming new participants. Copies of the book are available at the Circulation Desk at Central Library during the month prior to the discussion date.  
Poetry Oasis: Unwind at Noontime
2017-04-27; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Arts & Literature Division, 1st floor Rundel Building
Age Level: Adult
Each Thursday at noon, local poet and teacher, Kitty Jospe, selects a variety of poems for the group to read and discuss. Come experience the magic that happens when we slow down to read poetry out loud in a relaxing setting . All are invited to join this welcoming group. No poetry background is necessary - only an open mind! Free and open to the public. Brownbag lunches are welcome. No registration is required. For more information, call the Arts & Literature Division at 428-8380, or email Carol.Moldt@libraryweb.org.  
Poetry Oasis: Unwind at Noontime
2017-05-04; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Arts & Literature Division, 1st floor Rundel Building
Age Level: Adult
Each Thursday at noon, local poet and teacher, Kitty Jospe, selects a variety of poems for the group to read and discuss. Come experience the magic that happens when we slow down to read poetry out loud in a relaxing setting . All are invited to join this welcoming group. No poetry background is necessary - only an open mind! Free and open to the public. Brownbag lunches are welcome. No registration is required. For more information, call the Arts & Literature Division at 428-8380, or email Carol.Moldt@libraryweb.org.  
Poetry Oasis: Unwind at Noontime
2017-05-11; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Arts & Literature Division, 1st floor Rundel Building
Age Level: Adult
Each Thursday at noon, local poet and teacher, Kitty Jospe, selects a variety of poems for the group to read and discuss. Come experience the magic that happens when we slow down to read poetry out loud in a relaxing setting . All are invited to join this welcoming group. No poetry background is necessary - only an open mind! Free and open to the public. Brownbag lunches are welcome. No registration is required. For more information, call the Arts & Literature Division at 428-8380, or email Carol.Moldt@libraryweb.org.  
Poetry Oasis: Unwind at Noontime
2017-05-18; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Arts & Literature Division, 1st floor Rundel Building
Age Level: Adult
Each Thursday at noon, local poet and teacher, Kitty Jospe, selects a variety of poems for the group to read and discuss. Come experience the magic that happens when we slow down to read poetry out loud in a relaxing setting . All are invited to join this welcoming group. No poetry background is necessary - only an open mind! Free and open to the public. Brownbag lunches are welcome. No registration is required. For more information, call the Arts & Literature Division at 428-8380, or email Carol.Moldt@libraryweb.org.  
Brownbag Book Discussion - The Turner House
2017-05-24; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Rundel Auditorium, 3rd floor Rundel Memorial Building
Age Level: Adult
Please join our book discussion group to discuss the novel, The Turner House by Angela Flournoy. Our group meets on a monthly basis, reads mostly contemporary fiction, although we occasionally read non-fiction, and is always welcoming new participants. Copies of the book are available at the Circulation Desk at Central Library during the month prior to the discussion date.  
Book Discussion Group Party
2017-05-24; 6:30  pm - 8:30  pm
Fairport Public Library
Age Level: Adult
Bring a dish to pass (or dessert) and a book to recommend for the next book group schedule. Fiction and Non Fiction titles are welcome!  
Poetry Oasis: Unwind at Noontime
2017-05-25; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Arts & Literature Division, 1st floor Rundel Building
Age Level: Adult
Each Thursday at noon, local poet and teacher, Kitty Jospe, selects a variety of poems for the group to read and discuss. Come experience the magic that happens when we slow down to read poetry out loud in a relaxing setting . All are invited to join this welcoming group. No poetry background is necessary - only an open mind! Free and open to the public. Brownbag lunches are welcome. No registration is required. For more information, call the Arts & Literature Division at 428-8380, or email Carol.Moldt@libraryweb.org.  
Non-Fiction Book Discussion: When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi
2017-06-06; 7:00  pm - 8:45  pm
Fairport Public Library
Age Level: Adult
Please join us for a lively discussion. Copies are available at the Check Out Desk at the library.  
Afternoon Book Discussion Group: The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead
2017-06-21; 2:00  pm - 3:30  pm
Fairport Public Library
Age Level: Adult
Join us for a leisurely chat. No registration is necessary.  
Evening Book Discussion Group: My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry by Fredrik Backman
2017-06-26; 7:00  pm - 8:30  pm
Fairport Public Library
Age Level: Adult
Join us for a leisurely chat. Copies are available at the Check Out Desk. No registration is necessary.  
Brownbag Book Discussion - A Gentleman in Moscow
2017-06-28; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Rundel Auditorium, 3rd floor Rundel Memorial Building
Age Level: Adult
Please join our book discussion group to discuss the novel, A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles. Our group meets on a monthly basis, reads mostly contemporary fiction, although we occasionally read non-fiction, and is always welcoming new participants. Copies of the book are available at the Circulation Desk at Central Library during the month prior to the discussion date.  
Brownbag Book Discussion - Nora Webster
2017-07-26; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Rundel Auditorium, 3rd floor Rundel Memorial Building
Age Level: Adult
Please join our book discussion group to discuss the novel, Nora Webster by Colm Toibin. Our group meets on a monthly basis, reads mostly contemporary fiction, although we occasionally read non-fiction, and is always welcoming new participants. Copies of the book are available at the Circulation Desk at Central Library during the month prior to the discussion date.  
Brownbag Book Discussion - Commonwealth
2017-09-27; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Rundel Auditorium, 3rd floor Rundel Memorial Building
Age Level: Adult
Please join our book discussion group to discuss the novel, Commonwealth by Ann Patchett. Our group meets on a monthly basis, reads mostly contemporary fiction, although we occasionally read non-fiction, and is always welcoming new participants. Copies of the book are available at the Circulation Desk at Central Library during the month prior to the discussion date.  
Brownbag Book Discussion - Small Great Things
2017-10-25; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Rundel Auditorium, 3rd floor Rundel Memorial Building
Age Level: Adult
Please join our book discussion group to discuss the novel, Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult. Our group meets on a monthly basis, reads mostly contemporary fiction, although we occasionally read non-fiction, and is always welcoming new participants. Copies of the book are available at the Circulation Desk at Central Library during the month prior to the discussion date.  
Brownbag Book Discussion - A Man Called Ove
2017-11-15; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Rundel Auditorium, 3rd floor Rundel Memorial Building
Age Level: Adult
Please join our book discussion group to discuss the novel, A Man Called Ove by Frederik Backman. Our group meets on a monthly basis, reads mostly contemporary fiction, although we occasionally read non-fiction, and is always welcoming new participants. Copies of the book are available at the Circulation Desk at Central Library during the month prior to the discussion date.  
Brownbag Book Discussion - My Name is Lucy Barton
2017-12-20; 12:00  pm - 1:00  pm
Central Library - Rundel Auditorium, 3rd floor Rundel Memorial Building
Age Level: Adult
Please join our book discussion group to discuss the novel, My Name is Lucy Barton by Elizabeth Strout. Our group meets on a monthly basis, reads mostly contemporary fiction, although we occasionally read non-fiction, and is always welcoming new participants. Copies of the book are available at the Circulation Desk at Central Library during the month prior to the discussion date.