Monthly Book Clubs


Second Monday of each month 10:30 AM Community Meeting Room

Meetings are on the second Monday of each month at 10:30 am. We read a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction. Some of our more recent favorites have been memoirs. Members of the club make suggestions based on books they have already read. The selection must also be available in paperback since some members may have to purchase their own copies. December is the Christmas Party when members bring snacks and copies of books they wish to suggest for the next year. The titles are discussed and voted on by the members. Everyone is welcome!


​June 11 – Sister, Sisterby Sue Fortin

​July and August – Vacation, No Meetings

September 10 –  All The Kings Men by Robert Penn Warren

October 8 – The Last Manby P. T. Deutermann

November 12 –The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

December 10 –Munchies and selections – however while reading the wonderful list that Kathleen brought we might want to read The Christmas Train by David Baldacci


First Wednesday of each month at 10:30 AM

Many of us read the classics in school, as assignments, but classics take on a whole new meaning and interest when essays, quizzes and tests are removed from the equation! The titles or authors are discussed and voted on by the members month to month. This is the most relaxed Classics Book Club around. Discover the classics all over again and join the fun today!


June 6- Works by Daphne Du Maurier

July 11- TBA

August 1- Works by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

September 5- Works by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

October 3- Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

November 7- All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque


First Thursday of each month at 1:00 PM

Meetings are on the first Thursday of every month at 1:00 pm. Mystery fiction of every type is fair game. The specific books to be read are selected toward the end of the present calendar year for the subsequent calendar year.  Titles are chosen by means of suggestions from members, shrewd analysis and divine intervention. Members are expected to occasionally read a book, be somewhat well-behaved and harbor a healthy disregard for authority.


June 7: Joe Ide- IQ

July- Vacation, no meeting

August 9: Nicolas Obregon- Blue Lights Yokohama

*This meeting is changed to a different date for the convenience of our author. We will be having a live discussion via Skype with the author or Blue Lights Yokohama, Nicolas Obregon, during this meeting. Meetings will resume being the first Thursday of the month after August. *

September 6: Catriona McPherson- The Reek of Red Herrings

October 4: Alafair Burke- The Ex

November 1: Adrian McKinty- Rain Dogs

December 6: Craig Johnson- Western Star


January 3: Timothy Hallinan- Fields Where They Lay


**Even if you haven’t read the books, come join the clubs for their monthly meetings.

There is always good conversation to be had**