Our Community book discussion continues this month with Jamel Brinkley’s “A Lucky Man”. If you’d like a copy of this short story collection, please contact the library at 487-5880. Our discussion will be simultaneously run via Zoom and live at the library.
Our mystery book discussion continues this month at the library–outside under the canopies! Pease bring a chair. We’ll be discussing “The beautiful cigar girl : Mary Rogers, Edgar Allan Poe, and the invention of murder” by Daniel Stashower.
Marpheen Chann, is a Portland, Maine-based thinker, writer, educator and speaker on social justice, equity, and inclusion. In “Welcome Home,” Marpheen shares his insights, lessons learned, and maybe a few laughs as he shares his story as a second-generation Cambodian American who went through foster care and adoption, struggled with fitting in and adapting to a white-majority community, and coming out as gay to his devoutly religious family. Marpheen will be joining us via Zoom. Register here: http://bit.ly/marpheen
This is part of our “Community” book discussion series. As part of the discussion with Marpheen, we will also talk about the bestselling book, “Tales of the City” by Armistead Maupin.
Our mystery book discussion continues but this month we will be AT THE LIBRARY! We’ll be outside, so please bring a chair. In May we’ll be discussing “We Are All the Same in the Dark” by Julia Heaberlin.
Our year-long book group continues with “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society” by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows. Join us for a lively discussion on how to make our community a better place. To register, click here.