Our Library-sponsored group meets on the third Tuesday of every month at 2 p.m. Books are available one month before meetings. All are welcome to attend!
This extraordinary collection of short stories by this year’s Nobel Prize winner for literature is themed on love and its betrayals and surprises.
In this National Book Award winner, a family deals with violent crime in North Dakota’s Ojibwe reservation.
Scandal seems to follow the Johnston family, as their unforgettable matriarch strives to pull it all together, in this sharp and satiric look at the new South.
When we explore a cookbook, it’s potluck meets book discussion. Sign up at the Reference Desk, pick a recipe from our enticing selection (we’ll keep track to avoid duplicates), and prepare it for the program. We’ll sample good food, talk about what worked and what didn’t, and select future cookbooks. The easy, tropical recipes in this winter’s book will perk you up with flavors similar to Thai and Indian cuisine. Register in person by January 9.
Fridays, 7 p.m.
Watch independent, foreign, and classic movies on our giant screen, followed by brief discussions.
Occasional lovers Jesse and Celine meet again in the conclusion to the series that began with Before Sunrise and Before Sunset.
This comedy follows a young woman with wildly unrealistic career expectations.
Indonesian death squad members reenact their killings in this strange, disturbing documentary.
Local Discussion Groups
If you host a book discussion group, the Library is always happy to provide copies of books, background information about authors, and book suggestions for future discussion.