So many titles for ALL ages!
Issues and Interests is a discussion group that meets twice a month. Each meeting focuses on a
different topic chosen by our group members. Anyone can attend, and anyone can volunteer to
choose a topic for a future meeting. Healthy debate is encouraged, our goals are to educate
one another and be exposed to new information and different points of view.
Mseetings are held the 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month
From 5:30 - 6:30 PM
All are welcome!
Free Computer Classes with Rajabali Karimi
Tuesdays 10:30—11:30 AM and Thursdays 2:30-3:30 PM
Sign up now to reserve your seat & to let us know how we can best serve you!
The group will meet at the library on Tuesday, October 20, 2:30 p.m.
Come in to pick up a copy of the printed discussion schedule at the circulation desk.
Copies of the book are available at the library and through OFF THE BEATEN PATH.
Those attending are encouraged to bring recommendations for titles to be discussed at future meetings.
Meetings Scheduled - 3rd Tuesday of month at 2:30 pm
The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown (NF)
The improbable, intimate account of how nine working–class boys from the American West showed the world at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin what true grit really meant.
Chaperone by Laura Moriarty (F)
Only a few years before becoming a famous silent–film star and an icon of her generation, a fifteen–year–old Louise Brooks leaves Wichita, Kansas, to study with the prestigious Denishawn School of Dancing in New York. Much to her annoyance, she is accompanied by a thirty–six–year–old chaperone, who is neither mother nor friend. Cora Carlisle, a complicated but traditional woman with her own reasons for making the trip, has no idea what she’s in for. Young Louise, already stunningly beautiful and sporting her famous black bob with blunt bangs, is known for her arrogance and her lack of respect for convention. Ultimately, the five weeks they spend together will transform their lives forever.
Sycamore Row by John Grisham (F)
Seth Hubbard is a wealthy man dying of lung cancer. He trusts no one. Before he hangs himself from a sycamore tree, Hubbard leaves a new, handwritten will. It is an act that drags his adult children, his black maid, and Jake into a conflict as riveting and dramatic as the murder trial that made Brigance one of Ford County’s most notorious citizens, just three years earlier. The second will raises many more questions than it answers. Why would Hubbard leave nearly all of his fortune to his maid? Had chemotherapy and painkillers affected his ability to think clearly? And what does it all have to do with a piece of land once known as Sycamore Row?
HERITAGE ROOM EXHIBIT
The Artwork of Ellen Feldt
on display for the month of October