Afternoon Book Club
Started in 1964, as a Great Books discussion group, following the study method of Mortimer Adler’s Great Books Foundation, the Afternoon Book Club continues to read classic world literature occasionally, but find we read more contemporary novels as a rule.
We meet the first Thursday of each month at the Frances Branch Library on Ironwood. We offer a zoom option for those who are unable to attend in person. This hybrid model has been working very well for us since the end of the pandemic and we have members who live in New England and Tennessee! The starting time is 1:30 pm. Our reading list is decided during the first meeting in late summer: titles are recommended by members and then voted on by the entire group. Our literary tastes are eclectic, ranging from classics to contemporary, historical fiction to suspense novels, with an occasional work of non-fiction making an appearance. See the newsletter for details.
Val Bartels: firstname.lastname@example.org