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1. Post Public Article Club
“Bite-sized discourse in the Capital City” – A public group to discuss interesting articles. Each month a “curator” is chosen to select an article for next month’s discussion. Additional articles of interest can be discussed in an unregulated bonanza at the end of the event.
Meeting dates: 1st Sunday of the month
Location: Brunch location selected monthly
Contact: Amber Bonnett, email@example.com
2. Crestview Chapter Chat
A neighborhood book club for those who like to chat about what they’re reading. Contact Crestview Community Center to pick up a copy of the current book.
Meeting dates: 2nd Wednesday of the month
Location: Crestview Community Center | 4801 SW Shunga Dr.
Contact: Michelle Morris, firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Talk About Literature in Kansas (TALK)
TALK book discussions immerse readers in captivating stories and introduce new perspectives through literature. Join discussions of great books with skilled facilitators and an open-minded, thoughtful group of readers. Sponsored by the Kansas Humanities Council. Books are available in the Topeka Room in the library.
Meeting dates: 3rd Wednesday of the Month
Location: Menninger Room, Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library
Contact: Miranda Ericsson | email@example.com | 785-580-4476
4. So Many Books
Always wanted to join a book group, but never made the time? If you want to read well-crafted, contemporary, literary works and discuss them with interested readers, then this book group is for you! Everyone is welcome and books are provided.
Meeting dates: 4th Sunday of the month
Location: Perkins Room
Contact: Deb Ellerbrook – 785-580-4632, firstname.lastname@example.org
5. What Does the Fox Read?
What Does the Fox Read? is a public book club providing a unique atmosphere for a lively discussion. Explore interesting literature, authors, fun people, good food and book-themed drink specials. Age 21 +
Meeting dates: 1st Thursday of the month
Location: The Celtic Fox, 118 SW 8th Ave
Contact: Chris Blocker & Areli Bermudez-Villarreal, email@example.com
6. Book Bites
Talk lit with this library-sponsored book group for readers in their 20s and 30s. Find a copy of this month’s title at a book club meeting, from the library’s collection, or bring your own copy. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for titles and other inquiries.
Meeting dates: 4th Tuesday of the month
Time: 7-8:30 p.m.
Location: Pizagel’s Pizza & Bakery, 2830 SW Fairlawn Rd
Contact: Miranda Ericsson and Michelle Morris, email@example.com
7. Classics Made Modern
Read exemplary and award-winning literature. Discuss how the book remains modern and relevant. Meet monthly for enriching conversation with other interested readers.
Meeting dates: 2nd Monday of the month
Location: Anton Room 206
Contact: Lissa Staley at firstname.lastname@example.org