Saturday, January 25 10am to 5pm
Talk and Taste Cookbook Group

Talk & Taste Cookbook Group

Thursday, Sep. 26th, 6:30pm

Katie Lee's Easy-Breezy Eats: The Endless Summer Cookbook by Katie Lee Join us on our newest foodie journey. Every other month, we will talk and taste our way through ethnic foods, specialty methods and cuisines, and just plain good cooking.  Read the latest choice, try out the recipes, and (best part!) bring a dish for everyone to sample on discussion night. Experienced foodies and newbies are welcome. A limited number of books are available to purchase for $5 or you can check out a library copy.  Registration required. Talk & Taste will resume in January 2020.

Sunday,Oct. 27th, 1:30pm • Bestselling author Nava Atlas is back with her first cookbook in five years! With this book, vegans, vegetarians, and the veg-curious can enjoy the convenience of getting easy 5-ingredient plant-based recipes on the table fast—most in less than 20 minutes! Nava has expertly crafted these delicious dishes for people who would like to enjoy more vegan meals at home but are busy, tired of takeout, or not interested in spending a lot of time in the kitchen. With a few well-chosen ingredients, a simple meal can be just as delicious as a more elaborate one. Nava Atlas will have books for sale and signing at this program. Please Register.

Adult Fiction Book Discussion Group

Adult Fiction Book Discussion Groups

Sept. 11th, 7pm OR Sept. 18th, 11am

Cover of The House Girl

Where the Crawdads Sing
Delia Owens

Viewed with suspicion in the aftermath of a tragedy, a beautiful hermit who has survived for years in a march becomes targeted by unthinkable forces. A first novel by the New York Times best-selling author of Cry of the Kalahari. Please register.



And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie


The Alice Network by Kate Quinn


Landline by Rainbow Rowell

Nonfiction Book Discussion Group

Nonfiction Book Discussion Group

Monday, Sep. 9th
1:00pm OR 7:00pm

Cover for World Without Mind

The Blood of Emmett Till
Timothy Tyson

In 1955, white men in the Mississippi Delta lynched a fourteen-year-old from Chicago named Emmett Till. His murder was part of a wave of white terrorism in the wake of the 1954 Supreme Court decision that declared public school segregation unconstitutional. Only weeks later, Rosa Parks thought about young Emmett as she refused to move to the back of a city bus in Montgomery, Alabama. Five years later, Black students who called themselves "the Emmett Till generation" launched sit-in campaigns that turned the struggle for civil rights into a mass movement. Till's lynching became the most notorious hate crime in American history.

Monday, Nov. 18th

1:00pm or 7:00pm


Victoria: The Queen by Julia Baird