Book Clubs and Discussion Groups

A book is a dream that you hold in your hand.--Neil Gaiman

Enter a Dream World This Summer--Read
Adult Summer Reading Program
June 15 - August 10

Discover your dream world this summer by reading one book in five of the six categories:

  1. Mystery/Suspense
  2. Biography (nonfiction or fictional biography)
  3. Poetry
  4. Historical (nonfiction or historical fiction)
  5. Graphic Novel
  6. Reader's Choice

After you have read a book in five of the categories fill out a card for the drawing. Only three entries per person, please. Prize drawings will take place on August 19. 

Dream prizes! $75 Gift Certificates from

  • The Waterfront
  • Festival Foods
  • Marcus Theater


Chapters Fall 2015 Book Discussions

Fallen Angels by Dan Silva
Tuesday, September 8, 1:30 pm, South Community Library
Wednesday, September 16, 7 pm, Main Library Trustee's Room
Discussion questions for Fallen Angels

No October Meeting

The Other Typist by Suzanne Rindell
Tuesday, November 10, 1:30 pm, South Community Library
Wednesday November 18, 7 pm, Main Library Trustee's Room
Discussion questions for The Other Typist

Homer's Odyssey by Gwen Cooper
Special Lunch Hour Discussion
Tuesday, December 8, Noon, Main Library Auditorium
Bring your lunch-dessert and beverage will be provided
Discussion questions for Homer's Odyssey

Great Books

The Great Books is a collection of books that is considered a foundation of Western Culture. The Library sponsors a Great Books group, facilitated by library patron Edward Staats. All Great Books discussions will be held at Main in the Archives Room, 2nd floor, unless otherwise noted. All begin at 6:15 pm and end at 7:45 pm  Participants are responsible for purchasing their own copy of the texts.  Questions may be directed to Edward Staats at 608.385.6020. New members are welcome!