Book Group: Evening Discussion

"How To Be Alive presents a guide to living a meaningful and fulfilling life in service to one's community and the environment, drawing on inspiration from classic literature, philosophy, and modern science while outlining specific lifestyle-change recommendations."

This month we're reading: How To Be Alive by Colin Beavan

Physical copies of book group titles are available on a first-come, first-served basis from the Goffstown Public Library, and some may be available through our e-library. Contact the meeting's moderator for more information or if you need help accessing this month's book. Large print and audiobooks may also be available.

Registration is required at www.goffstownlibrary.com/calendar. We will meet remotely and all registered participants will receive an email invitation to join the discussion.

Build community and share your love of reading by joining the Goffstown Public Library's Evening Book Discussion, held on the first Tuesday of every month. Conversations are casual and supportive; new members are always welcome!

 

This event is part of our Community Conversations series; please visit http://www.goffstownlibrary.com/communityconversation for more information. This year’s Community Conversations are focused on dialog about our environment, including trash and recycling, stormwater, global warming, clothing recycling, our carbon footprint, and much more.

Date:
Tuesday May 4, 2021
Time:
6:30 PM  -  8:00 PM
Contact:
Michelle Sprague    603-497-2102    michelles@goffstownlibrary.com
Location:
Virtual
There are many spaces available.

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