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Featured Programs and Book Clubs

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Book Clubs

Text Books & Brews Book Club
Join us at The Drafting Table for lively conversation while we discuss books from an eclectic list of authors. This month we'll be reading Gideon the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir. No registration is required
Between the Lines Book Club title with multi-colored stack of books Between the Lines Book Club
Join us on Wednesday the 13th for an hour of eclectic reads and discussion. We provide coffee while you provide the conversation. New readers are always welcome. April's book is Beartown by Fredrick Backman. Physical copies are available at the Information Desk. The eBook and eAudiobook are available on Overdrive/Libby. No registration required.

Write Now!

Write Now!

A writing workshop for teens and adults. Students are given prompts and a “recipe” to start a creative project. All levels welcome and encouraged! Supplies provided. Registration required.

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