EventKeeper, your web calendar solution, has some questions about your browser.
Please click here.

When registering for a program, go to the date of the program
and click on the "Register" button.

Registration Required for Online Programs.

Wednesday January 27, 2021
misc_none.png
Distant Worlds:Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Discussion
7:00 PM

Read and discuss Paladin of Souls by Lois McMaster Bujold.

Go to details page

Ista dy Baocia, the Dowager Royina of Chalion, struggles with painful memories and undertakes a pilgrimage to make a personal atonement to the gods, a quest that is threatened by an evil force.

This program will take place using Zoom. You will be emailed the link to join the webcast on Zoom one hour prior to the program when registration ends.

There are 141 spaces available.
Monday February 1, 2021
misc_none.png
Monday Mysteries Book Discussion
12:00 PM

Join Librarian Eileen McCarthy for a discussion of One by One by Ruth Ware.

Thumbnail

When an offsite company retreat is upended by an avalanche that strands them in a remote mountain chalet, eight coworkers are forced to set aside their corporate rankings and mutual distrust in order to survive.

This program will take place using Zoom. You will be emailed the link to join the webcast on Zoom one hour prior to the program when registration ends.

 

LOCATION: Online
There are 77 spaces available.
Tuesday February 2, 2021
misc_none.png
By the Book with Sarah Siegel
7:00 PM

Discuss the powerful novel by Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Water Dancer. This novel complements the program on February 12 at 2 pm, Cotton: The Dream and Hope of the Slave, a tribute to African American slaves.

Go to details page

A Virginia slave narrowly escapes a drowning death through the intervention of a mysterious force that compels his escape and personal underground war against slavery. ​

This program will take place using Zoom. You will be emailed the link to join the webcast on Zoom one hour prior to the program when registration ends.

There are 130 spaces available.
Thursday February 4, 2021
misc_none.png
The Young at Heart Book Club
7:00 PM

If you love children's and young adult literature and want to discuss the best of the genre with other fans, you might be... Young at Heart! 

Join us this month for a lively discussion of One of Us Is Lying by Karen McManus.

Thumbnail

When one of five students in detention is found dead, his high-profile classmates, including a brainy intellectual, a popular beauty, a drug dealer on probation and an all-star athlete" are investigated and revealed to be the subjects of the victim's latest gossip postings.

This program will take place using Zoom. You will be emailed the link to join the webcast on Zoom one hour prior to the program when registration ends.

There are 150 spaces available.
Monday February 8, 2021
misc_none.png
Book Chats with Anna Katsavos
1:00 PM

Read and discuss My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell.

Thumbnail

Asked to help defend an older high-school English teacher with whom she had an affair at age 15, Vanessa struggles to choose between her romantic teen illusions and harrowing adult perceptions. ​

This program will take place using Zoom. You will be emailed the link to join the webcast on Zoom one hour prior to the program when registration ends.

There are 134 spaces available.
Thursday February 11, 2021
misc_none.png
The Real Deal, a Non-Fiction Book Discussion with Eileen Farrell
2:30 PM
We are discussing Nomadland Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century by Jessica Bruder.

 

You will be emailed the link to join the webcast on Zoom 60 minutes before the start of the program when registration ends.

LOCATION: Online
There are 84 spaces available.
 
misc_none.png
LIVE NY Times Bestselling Author Melanie Benjamin
7:00 PM

Melanie Benjamin is the author of the New York Times and USA Today bestselling historical novels The Swans of Fifth Avenue and The Aviator's Wife. Ms. Benjamin will release The Children of the Blizzard, her latest novel based on a story of the devastating storm that struck the Great Plains in 1888, threatening the lives of hundreds of immigrant homesteaders, especially schoolchildren.
Ms. Benjamin is a highly engaging speaker as well as a writer! Make plans to share in this special visit.

​This program will take place using Zoom. You will be emailed the link to join the webcast on Zoom one hour prior to the program when registration ends.

LOCATION: Online
There are 120 spaces available.
Tuesday February 16, 2021
misc_none.png
Evening Books with Edna Ritzenberg
7:00 PM

Read and discuss The Book of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel.

Thumbnail

Escaping from Paris in 1942 after the arrest of her father, a Polish Jew, a graduate student finds refuge in a small mountain town, where she forges identity documents to help hundreds of Jewish children flee the Nazis.

​This program will take place using Zoom. You will be emailed the link to join the webcast on Zoom one hour prior to the program when registration ends.

There are 133 spaces available.
Wednesday February 24, 2021
misc_none.png
Distant Worlds:Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Discussion
7:00 PM

Read and discuss Foundation by Isaac Asimov.

Thumbnail

A band of psychologists, under the leadership of psychohistorian Hari Seldon, plant a colony to encourage art, science, and technology in the declining Galactic Empire and to preserve the accumulated knowledge of humankind. ​

This program will take place using Zoom. You will be emailed the link to join the webcast on Zoom one hour prior to the program when registration ends.

There are 149 spaces available.
Thursday February 25, 2021
misc_none.png
Short Story Discussion with Mindy Mangot
1:00 PM

Read and discuss Ice by Andre Dubus III and The Lady with the Pet Dog by Anton Chekhov. Click here to read the stories.

​This program will take place using Zoom. You will be emailed the link to join the webcast on Zoom one hour prior to the program when registration ends.

There are 149 spaces available.

10 events.



EK/TK MARS : IVORY : 2020_09_28 9:30 PM
Icons by Icons8