Brown Bag Book Group, last Thursday of every month at noon.
Mystery Book Group, second Thursday of every month at 10:30.
Upcoming book group meetings:
November 29, 2018 @ 12pm: Brown Bag Book Group (at the Community Center)
Oliver, the Cat Who Saved Christmas by Sheila Norton. A friend who brings light at the darkest of times... Oliver the cat is a timid little thing, who rarely ventures from his home in the Foresters' Arms. Then his life changes dramatically when a fire breaks out in the pub kitchen and he is left homeless and afraid. But, with the kindness of the humans around him, he soon learns to trust again. And, in his own special way, he helps to heal those around him. However, it isn't until he meets a little girl in desperate need of a friend that he realizes this village needs a Christmas miracle... A warm and uplifting novel, this is the tale of a little cat with a big heart. Perfect for fans of A Street Cat Named Bob and Alfie the Doorstep Cat.
December 13, 2018 @ 10:30 am: Mystery Book Group
We are excited to announce the Mystery Book Club will be joined by Amy Stewart on Skype! Copies of her book Girl Waits with Gun are available at the circulation desk. Light refreshments will be served. Open to all.
About Amy Stewart (From her website): "Amy Stewart is the New York Times best-selling author of ten books, including Girl Waits with Gun and the rest of the Kopp Sisters series, which are based on the true story of one of America’s first female deputy sheriffs and her two rambunctious sisters. The books are in development with Amazon Studios for a television series. Her popular nonfiction titles include The Drunken Botanist, Wicked Plants, and Flower Confidential. While they have not been adapted for television, there are a few bars around the world named after The Drunken Botanist, which is even better.
"Her books have sold over a million copies worldwide and have been translated into 17 languages.
"She lives in Portland with her husband Scott Brown, a rare book dealer. They own an independent bookstore called Eureka Books, which is so independent that it lives in California while they live in Oregon."