VIRTUAL: Bookies Book Club

The Bookies Book Club will continue to meet virtually, due to the increase of COVID-19 cases locally. The first book selection of 2022 will be The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead. Print copies are available at the library.. In February, we will be reading Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead by Olga Tokarczuk.

The Bookies Book Club meets on the last Monday of every month at 6:30pm. The next meeting will be held virtually on January 31st.


VIRTUAL: Historical Fiction Book Club

We're excited to announce a new book club at the Library: the Historical Fiction Book Club! The next book club meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 15 at 3:30pm on Zoom and will be facilitated by our Director, Chris Powloka.

We will be discussing Pachinko by Min Jin Lee. Print copies can be placed on hold and will be available at the Library. The e-book and audiobook are available through the Libby app.

Meeting on the third Tuesday of every month, this is a chance to start with a history-minded book group, meet some new friends and discover more wonderful books! Step back in time to learn about the past through the eyes of fictional (and sometimes not so fictional!) characters.
In early 1900s Korea, prized daughter Sunja finds herself pregnant and alone, bringing shame on her family until a young tubercular minister offers to marry her and move with her to Japan, in the saga of one family bound together as their faith and identity are called into question.

Stay tuned for our March book selection!

Senior Center Book Club

The next Senior Center Book Club meeting will be held on Thursday, January 20th! We will be discussing Finding Dorothy by Elizabeth Letts. Print copies can be placed on hold and will be available at the Library and the PopUp Library at the Senior Center. The e-book and audiobook are available through the Libby app.

The Senior Center Book Club normally meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 1pm at the Uxbridge Senior Center. See our calendar for more information.

Reimagines the story behind the creation of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz from the perspective of L. Frank Baum's intrepid wife, whose hardscrabble life on the Dakota prairie inspires her husband's masterpiece and her advocacy of an exploited Judy Garland.

In February, the Senior Center Book Club will be meeting on Tuesday, February 8th at 1pm. The February book selection is The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman. Print copies will be available at the Library and at the Senior Center.