Book Discussion

Book Discussion Group

Join the Conway Public Library's Book Group from January to November, every third Monday to discuss the book of the month. Extra copies will be available behind the front desk.

*MEETING DATE FOR FEBURARY IS PUSHED BACK A WEEK DUE TO HOLIDAY ON REGULAR MEETING DATE!* 

** FEBRUARY MEETING WILL BE DISCUSSING BOTH JANUARY AND FEBURARY READS**

Book Discussion Group

Join the Book Group for the September discussion of the book, " Sold on a Monday," by Kristina McMorris

Books for the upcoming months are:

October - One Book, One Valley: "Night of the Living Rez" by Morgan Talty

November - "The Lincoln Highway," by Amor Towles 

Morning Book Discussion Group

Everyone is welcome to join us for a discussion of this month's book selection, Tell the Wolves I'm Home, by Carol Rifka Brunt. Books for the year are chosen by the group and posted on our website. The library will have plenty of copies of the current selection, with large print and audio options if available.

Meetings are on Zoom and in person. Masks are required.

Contact Kathy Keene for any questions: kkeene@conwaypubliclibrary.org

Evening Book Group

Everyone is welcome to join in a stimulating discussion on this month's book selection. We meet in-person and on Zoom.

For January, we have chosen, The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, by Daniel James Brown.  

We gather at 6:15 and wrap up by 7:45. Contact Kathy Keene with any questions or access to the Zoom link: kkeene@conwaypubliclibrary.org.

The Vagabond Trilogy: The Story in History w/ Olga Morrill

Local author Olga Morrill defines what is fact and what is fiction in The Vagabond Trilogy, an historical fiction series that is currently in the works. Two of the three books are now published. Join the discussion! This event is sponsored by the Cook Memorial Library in Tamworth, the Conway Public Library, The Pope Memorial Library in North Conway, the Madison Public Library, and the Jackson Public Library. 

Middle School Book Club

All youth in grades 6-8 are invited to join this group with new book selections each month. Snacks, games, and an occasional book-related movie are some of the fun to be had. Group leader is 12-year-old, Zoe Groves, with the guidance of a youth librarian.

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