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November Book Clubs

Do you enjoy discussing what you read? Or maybe you’re looking for something new to read? Join us for our Monthly Book Clubs - we’ve got something for everyone! For more information on Book Clubs at Kenosha Public Library, visit us online at: https://www.mykpl.info/book-clubs or call our Reference Desk at 262-564-6130.

AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK BOOK CLUB
Northside, 3rd Wednesdays, 2pm
For information about this book club, or to obtain a copy of the book, call 262-564-6130 or email cpolovina@mykpl.info

NOVEMBER’S BOOK:
The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin

CALL-IN BOOK CLUB
Call-In (Phone), 2nd Tuesdays, 2pm
To register and get the phone number to call on the day of the discussion, please call KAFASI at 658-3508, ext.110 or 118

NOVEMBER’S TOPIC:
Join us for a discussion of what library employees do, with KPL staff sharing their experiences and answering questions!

CLASSIC NOVELS BOOK CLUB
Northside, 4th Wednesdays, 3:30pm
For more information about this book club, email cpolovina@mykpl.info

NOVEMBER’S TOPIC:
Read a book you never wanted to read

FANTASY/SCI-FI BOOK CLUB
Southwest, 4th Mondays, 6pm
Just show up: no specific books to read!

GRAPHIC NOVELS BOOK CLUB
Southwest, 2nd Mondays, 6pm
Just show up: no specific books to read!

MYSTERY LOVERS BOOK CLUB
Northside, 2nd Mondays, 2pm 
Just show up: no specific books to read!

NOVELS AT NIGHT BOOK CLUB
Southwest, 3rd Mondays, 6:00pm
For information about this book club, or to obtain a copy of the book, call 564-6130 or email ekastelic@mykpl.info

NOVEMBER’S TOPIC:
Read any Parody Novel
For Example: 
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith
The Fifty Shames of Earl Grey by Fanny Merkin

POLITICS AND MILITARY ACTIONS BOOK CLUB
Southwest, 1st Saturdays, 9:15am 

NOVEMBER’S TOPIC:
The First World War

SOCIAL JUSTICE BOOK CLUB
Northside, 2nd Tuesdays, 12:30pm OR
Northside, 3rd Tuesdays, 6:30pm

NOVEMBER’S TOPIC:
Homelessness

Xs & Os (ROMANCE READS) BOOK CLUB
Online at GoodReads: http://tinyurl.com/KPLromance

NOVEMBER’S TOPIC:
Read any romance featuring Thanksgiving or a hunting story

OCTOBER Book Club Preview

 

Do you enjoy discussing what you read? Or maybe you’re looking for something new to read?
Join us for our Monthly Book Clubs - we’ve got something for everyone!
For more information on Book Clubs at Kenosha Public Library, visit us online at: https://www.mykpl.info/book-clubs or call our Reference Desk at 564-6130.

AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK BOOK CLUB
Northside, 3rd Wednesdays, 2pm
For Information about this book club, or to obtain a copy of the book, call564-6130 or email cpolovina@mykpl.info

OCTOBER’S BOOK:
Salem’s Lot by Stephen King

CALL-IN BOOK CLUB
Call-In (Phone), 2nd Tuesdays, 2pm
To register and get the phone number to call on the day of the discussion, please call KAFASI at 658-3508, ext.110 or 118

OCTOBER'S BOOK:
Read any Fall-themed book!

CLASSIC NOVELS BOOK CLUB
Northside, 4th Wednesdays, 3:30pm
For more information about this book club, email cpolovina@mykpl.info

OCTOBER'S TOPIC:
Read a Novel about a Non-Western country
PLEASE NOTE: This month, Classic Novels Book Club will be held at the Common Ground coffee shop (5159 6th Avenue, Kenosha) on October 24th, instead of Northside Library.

FANTASY/SCI-FI BOOK CLUB
Southwest, 4th Mondays, 6pm
Just show up: no specific books to read!

GRAPHIC NOVELS BOOK CLUB
Southwest, 2nd Mondays, 6pm
Just show up: no specific books to read!

MYSTERY LOVERS BOOK CLUB
Northside, 2nd Mondays, 2pm OR
Southwest, 3rd Thursdays, 6:30pm
Just show up: no specific books to read!

NOVELS AT NIGHT BOOK CLUB
Southwest, 3rd Mondays, 6:00pm
For information about this book club, or to obtain a copy of the book, call 564-6130 or email ekastelic@mykpl.info

OCTOBER'S BOOK:
We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson

POLITICS AND MILITARY ACTIONS BOOK CLUB
Southwest, 1st Saturdays, 9:15am

OCTOBER'S TOPIC:
The Industrial Revolution

SOCIAL JUSTICE BOOK CLUB
Northside, 2nd Tuesdays, 12:30pm OR
Northside, 3rd Tuesdays, 6:30pm

OCTOBER’S TOPIC:
Employment and Jobs

RECOMMENDED TITLE:
Sweat by Lynn Nottage

Learn more about the exciting programming series "SWEAT: Kenosha Works" here!

The October Afternoon Social Justice Book Club will meet at the regular time and date: Tuesday, October 9th, at 12:30, at the Northside Library. The theme is Work, Jobs, and Social Justice.

The October Evening Social Justice Book Club will meet on a different day---October 23rd, 6:30 at the Northside Library. The theme is Work, Jobs, and Social Justice.

Why? The play, Sweat by Lynn Nottage will be presented by the New York City Public Theater’s Mobile Unit on October 16th at 7PM at UAW Local 72 Hall. This event is free, but please RSVP on the KPL  website, or call the library 262-564-6159

Please come watch the play and we can discuss it on October 23rd. If you would like a copy of the script, let me know.

Kristin Kornkven

kkornkven@mykpl.info

262-564-6107

Xs & Ox (ROMANCE READS) BOOK CLUB
Online at GoodReads: http://tinyurl.com/KPLromance

OCTOBER’S TOPIC:
Read a paranormal romance or any romance that celebrates Halloween or Samhain

Get Ready to VOTE!

Voter Information

November 2018

 

As Kenoshans, we place a high value on our community and what happens to it. Staying engaged through voting is one way to make your voice heard and help positively influence our community as a whole.
There are several actions you can take ahead of time, so you can head into this Election feeling prepared and informed.

Know when to Vote!

  • Wisconsin has an upcoming Election on Tuesday, November 6th. Write it into your schedule! Setting aside that time now will make it much easier to fit in the day-of.
  • Early voting is at the Municipal Building (625 52nd Street) October 1st thru November 2nd, Monday-Friday 8:00 to 4:30. Click here for more info!
     

Register to Vote!

  • Making sure you are registered (and that your registration is up-to-date) is one of the easiest ways to prepare for an election. Plus, technology can make it even easier.
  • Visit myvote.wi.gov and click Register to Vote (or Click Here!).
  • Not into the technology thing? You can also get print materials at your neighborhood KPL Branch or through the City Clerk's Office.
     

Know Your Polling Place!
Myvote.wi.gov also has you covered here. Click this link to go directly to the webpage you need, or give the KPL Reference Desk a call at 564-6130 and we can look it up for you.

Know What IDs You are Bringing!
For information on what IDs you need to have with you, visit bringitwisconsin.com.

Know What is On Your Ballot!
Once again, myvote.wi.gov is ready for you. Click here to search and preview your ballot.

Learn About the Candidates!
The best way to be prepared for any Election is to educate yourself about what each Candidate stands for. Concise and combined candidate information often does not come out until closer to the Election.
We will list what we find right here and we will update it as we see more information released.

 

Wisconsin's Five Recognized Political Parties
All five Parties have candidates on this ballot, though not necessarily for every office up for election.

Referendums on the November Ballot

  • Medical marijuana advisory referendum on ballot
    "Should the state of Wisconsin allow individuals with debilitating medical conditions to use and safely access marijuana for medical purposes, if those individuals have a written recommendation from a licensed Wisconsin physician?”

Yes

No

  • County Board puts "dark stores" loopholes on November ballot
    "Should the state Legislature enact proposed legislation that closes the dark store loopholes, which currently allow commercial retail properties to significantly reduce the assessed valuation and property taxes of such properties, resulting in a substantial shift in taxes levied against other tax paying entities, such as residential homeowners, and/or cuts in essential services provided by an affected municipality?”

Yes

No

  • City of Kenosha Referendum Question 1
    "Should the state legislature protect residential property taxpayers by preventing commercial and manufacturing property owners from using tax loopholes that shift an ever-increasing tax burden to homeowners who already pay 68% of the statewide property tax levy by enacting legislation that: 1) prohibits using closed, vacant (dark) properties as comparable properties for determining the assessed value of open, occupied, and fully operational properties; and 2) overturns the 2008 Wisconsin Supreme Court decision in Walgreens v. City of Madison, which is being interpreted by the courts as requiring municipalities to assess many leased commercial properties at a substantial discount, often 50% below the actual sale prices of such properties?"

Yes

No

  • City of Kenosha Referendum Question 2
    "Under state law, the increase in the levy of the City of Kenosha for the tax to be imposed for the next fiscal year, 2019, is limited to 1.11%, which results in a levy of $64,906,055.43. Shall the City of Kenosha be allowed to exceed this limit and increase the levy for the next fiscal year, 2019, and on an ongoing basis, for maintaining five additional police officers and two additional firefighters with associated equipment, by a total of 1.73%, which results in a levy of $65,806,055.43, for 2019?"

Yes

No

Candidates

Other Valuable Resources:

 

 

SWEAT: Kenosha Work Stories

This Fall, Kenosha Public Library is bringing you an exciting series of community programming centering on the Pulitzer-Prize winning play, SWEAT by Lynn Nottage in collaboration with the New York City's Public Theater and several Kenosha community partners. These programs will challenge you to think about your own work stories, as well as the work story of our greater community. Below, you will find the events compiled all in one place for you. Join the conversation and share your story -- we hope to see you there!

SWEAT by Lynn Nottage
Straight from New York City, The Public Theater’s Mobile Unit presents a free performance of the play SWEAT by Lynn Nottage. SWEAT, which was performed on Broadway last year, tells the story of a group of friends who have spent their lives sharing drinks, secrets, and laughs while working together on a factory floor. But when layoffs and picket lines begin to chip away at their trust, the friends find themselves pitted against each other in the hard fight to stay afloat. Recommended for ages 16+.
This event is FREE, but registration is preferred. Register by calling 564-6130 or by clicking HERE.

Tuesday, October 16
7:00 - 10:00 PM
UAW Local 72 Hall
3615 Washington Rd, Kenosha

The Chop: Discussions on Work and Our Community
Join Rob Torres from Beat Council for a discussion focused on themes in the play SWEAT by Lynn Nottage. Let's talk about the ways in which themes of work enter our community and take a closer look through an urban perspective.

This event has been rescheduled. The new date/location are as follows:

Monday, October 8
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Public Craft Brewing

 

Neon Delight: A Kelly Witte Art Exhibition
The exhibition Neon Delight will feature a new series of abstract paintings created by Racine, WI based artist Kelly Witte. Created with acrylic and aerosol paints these works highlight the use of color, pattern and texture as a way to render a sense of emotion.

All September
Northside Library Display Case

The Work of Art
Artist Kelly Witte will discuss her newest series of abstract paintings featured in the exhibition Neon Delight. In addition she will share her experiences as an emerging artist including the inspiration behind her work, what work means for her as an artist, and the techniques and materials she uses to create her work and other exhibitions in which she has participated.

Thursday, September 20
6:30 - 7:30 PM
Northside Library

Kenosha Works: A History of Local Industry
Join us as a local historian will give a presentation on the industrialization and subsequent deindustrialization of Kenosha. The speaker will also examine what life was like for the people that worked in Kenosha during the time of heavy industry.

Saturday, September 29
2:00 - 3:00 PM
Kenosha History Center
220 51st Pl, Kenosha

Social Justice Book Club Reads SWEAT
This month, the Social Justice Book Club will be reading and discussing the play SWEAT by Lynn Nottage. Join them and tell your work stories while digging deeper into this play and the community conversation.

Tuesday, October 9
12:30 - 2:00 PM
Northside Library

Tuesday, October 23
6:30 - 8:00 PM
Northside Library

That’s How We Used to Do It! Learn to Record Your Family Stories About Work
Your own family tree is full of stories about work! These unique stories provide insight into your values, opportunities and aspirations and are part of our community’s history. Come for a chance to hear stories, and even share your own, as part of a brief tutorial about how to gather, preserve, and use oral histories with Dr. Alison Staudinger, professor at UW-Green Bay. This program is a Shoptalk presented by the Wisconsin Humanities Council.

Thursday, November 1
7:00 - 8:30 PM
Southwest Library

Kitchen Table Conversations: The Working Life
Join KPL and the Kenosha/Racine Poets Laureate Program for an evening of kitchen table conversations - shared stories and poems about life and work.

Wednesday, November 14
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Fusion
5014 7th Ave, Kenosha

Courageous Conversations: The Effect of Racism on Jobs and Employment
In collaboration with KPL, the Coalition for Dismantling Racism is hosting November's “Courageous Conversation,” this time looking at racism through the lens of work. Bring your perspective and work stories as we continue the work of dismantling racism.

Monday, November 19
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Kenosha County Job Center
8600 Sheridan Rd, Kenosha

Special Thanks:
Kenosha/Racine Poets Laureate Program
Coalition for Dismantling Racism
Kenosha History Center
Rob Torres / Beat Council
Kelly Witte Artist
Wisconsin Humanities Council
The Public Theater

 

About the Image: Johanna Day and Michelle Wilson (foreground), and Carlo Albán and Miriam Shor in The Public Theater’s 2016 production of Sweat, written by Lynn Nottage and directed by Kate Whoriskey.

Photo credit: Joan Marcus

SEPTEMBER Book Club Preview!

 

Do you enjoy discussing what you read? Or maybe you’re looking for something new to read?
Join us for our Monthly Book Clubs - we’ve got something for everyone!
For more information on Book Clubs at Kenosha Public Library, visit us online at: https://www.mykpl.info/book-clubs or call our Reference Desk at 564-6130.

Afternoon Coffee Break Book Club
Northside, 3rd Wednesdays, 2pm
For information about this book club, or to obtain a copy of the book,
call 564-6130 or email cpolovina@mykpl.info

SEPTEMBER’S BOOK:
The Paris Wife by Paula McClain
Please Note: This month, anyone who would like to participate should obtain their own copy of the book. There is not a book club in a bag available.

Call-In Book Club
Call-In (Phone), 2nd Tuesdays, 2pm
To register and get the phone number to call on the day of the discussion,
please call KAFASI at 658-3508, ext.110 or 118

SEPTEMBER’S BOOK:
Me: Stories of My Life by Katharine Hepburn

Classic Novels Book Club
Northside, 4th Wednesdays, 3:30pm
For more information about this book club, email cpolovina@mykpl.info

SEPTEMBER’S TOPIC:
Classic Russian Novel in Translation

Fantasy/Sci-Fi Book Club
Southwest, 4th Mondays, 6pm
Just show up: no specific books to read!

Graphic Novels Book Club
Southwest, 2nd Mondays, 6pm
Just show up: no specific books to read!

Mystery Lovers Book Club
Northside, 2nd Mondays, 2pm 
Just show up: no specific books to read!

Novels at Night Book Club
Southwest, 3rd Mondays, 6:00pm
For information about this book club, or to obtain a copy of the book,
call 564-6130 or email ekastelic@mykpl.info

SEPTEMBER’S BOOK:
Read any Vampire Novel!

Politics and Military Actions Book Club
Southwest, 1st Saturdays, 9:15am

SEPTEMBER’S TOPIC
The French Revolution

Social Justice Book Club
Northside, 2nd Tuesdays, 12:30pm OR
Northside, 3rd Tuesdays, 6:30pm

SEPTEMBER’S TOPIC:
Social Justice and Racism

Xs & Os (Romance Reads) Book Club
Online at GoodReads: http://tinyurl.com/KPLromance

SEPTEMBER’S THEME:
Hot for Teacher: Choose a romance read that features a teacher/student relationship.

SWEAT: Kenosha Work Stories

This Fall, Kenosha Public Library is bringing you an exciting series of community programming centering on the Pulitzer-Prize winning play, SWEAT by Lynn Nottage in collaboration with the New York City's Public Theater and several Kenosha community partners. These programs will challenge you to think about your own work stories, as well as the work story of our greater community. Below, you will find the events compiled all in one place for you. Join the conversation and share your story -- we hope to see you there!

SWEAT by Lynn Nottage
Straight from New York City, The Public Theater’s Mobile Unit presents a free performance of the play SWEAT by Lynn Nottage. SWEAT, which was performed on Broadway last year, tells the story of a group of friends who have spent their lives sharing drinks, secrets, and laughs while working together on a factory floor. But when layoffs and picket lines begin to chip away at their trust, the friends find themselves pitted against each other in the hard fight to stay afloat. Recommended for ages 16+.
This event is FREE, but registration is preferred. Register by calling 564-6130 or by clicking HERE.

Tuesday, October 16
7:00 - 10:00 PM
UAW Local 72 Hall
3615 Washington Rd, Kenosha

The Chop: Discussions on Work and Our Community
Join Rob Torres from Beat Council for a discussion focused on themes in the play SWEAT by Lynn Nottage. Let's talk about the ways in which themes of work enter our community and take a closer look through an urban perspective.

This event has been rescheduled. The new date/location are as follows:

Monday, October 8
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Public Craft Brewing

Neon Delight: A Kelly Witte Art Exhibition
The exhibition Neon Delight will feature a new series of abstract paintings created by Racine, WI based artist Kelly Witte. Created with acrylic and aerosol paints these works highlight the use of color, pattern and texture as a way to render a sense of emotion.

All September
Northside Library Display Case

The Work of Art
Artist Kelly Witte will discuss her newest series of abstract paintings featured in the exhibition Neon Delight. In addition she will share her experiences as an emerging artist including the inspiration behind her work, what work means for her as an artist, and the techniques and materials she uses to create her work and other exhibitions in which she has participated.

Thursday, September 20
6:30 - 7:30 PM
Northside Library

Kenosha Works: A History of Local Industry
Join us as a local historian will give a presentation on the industrialization and subsequent deindustrialization of Kenosha. The speaker will also examine what life was like for the people that worked in Kenosha during the time of heavy industry.

Saturday, September 29
2:00 - 3:00 PM
Kenosha History Center
220 51st Pl, Kenosha

Social Justice Book Club Reads SWEAT
This month, the Social Justice Book Club will be reading and discussing the play SWEAT by Lynn Nottage. Join them and tell your work stories while digging deeper into this play and the community conversation.

Tuesday, October 9
12:30 - 2:00 PM
Northside Library

Tuesday, October 23
6:30 - 8:00 PM
Northside Library

That’s How We Used to Do It! Learn to Record Your Family Stories About Work
Your own family tree is full of stories about work! These unique stories provide insight into your values, opportunities and aspirations and are part of our community’s history. Come for a chance to hear stories, and even share your own, as part of a brief tutorial about how to gather, preserve, and use oral histories with Dr. Alison Staudinger, professor at UW-Green Bay. This program is a Shoptalk presented by the Wisconsin Humanities Council.

Thursday, November 1
7:00 - 8:30 PM
Southwest Library

Kitchen Table Conversations: The Working Life
Join KPL and the Kenosha/Racine Poets Laureate Program for an evening of kitchen table conversations - shared stories and poems about life and work.

Wednesday, November 14
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Fusion
5014 7th Ave, Kenosha

Courageous Conversations: The Effect of Racism on Jobs and Employment
In collaboration with KPL, the Coalition for Dismantling Racism is hosting November's “Courageous Conversation,” this time looking at racism through the lens of work. Bring your perspective and work stories as we continue the work of dismantling racism.

Monday, November 19
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Kenosha County Job Center
8600 Sheridan Rd, Kenosha

Special Thanks:
Kenosha/Racine Poets Laureate Program
Coalition for Dismantling Racism
Kenosha History Center
Rob Torres / Beat Council
Kelly Witte Artist
Wisconsin Humanities Council
The Public Theater

 

About the Image: Johanna Day and Michelle Wilson (foreground), and Carlo Albán and Miriam Shor in The Public Theater’s 2016 production of Sweat, written by Lynn Nottage and directed by Kate Whoriskey.

Photo credit: Joan Marcus

 

KPL Book Club Preview for AUGUST!

Do you enjoy discussing what you read? Or maybe you're looking for something new to read?
Join us for our Monthly Book Clubs - we've got something for everyone!
For more information on Book Clubs at Kenosha Public Library,
visit us online at: https://www.mykpl.info/book-clubs or call our Reference Desk at 564-6130.

Interested in our current selections for JULY? Click here!

 

ONE-TIME BOOK DISCUSSIONS:

Beach Reads and Sunshine: Come talk about your favorite summer reads!
For more information, visit: https://www.mykpl.info/beach-reads-and-sunshine-staycation-series

Saturday, August 11
4:00 - 5:00 PM
Simmons Library Park

Tonight Show Summer Reads: Children of Blood and Bone by Toni Adeyemi
For more information, visit: https://tinyurl.com/KPLTonightShow

Saturday, August 25
12:00 - 1:00 PM
Uptown Library

 

YEAR-ROUND BOOK CLUBS:

Afternoon Coffee Break Book Club | Northside, 3rd Wednesdays, 2pm
For information about this book club, or to obtain a copy of the book, call 564-6130 or email cpolovina@mykpl.info.

AUGUST’S BOOK:
Jane Steele by Lindsay Faye


Call-In Book Club | Call-In (Phone), 2nd Tuesdays, 2pm
To register and get the phone number to call on the day of the discussion, please call KAFASI at 658-3508, ext. 110 or 118.

AUGUST’S BOOK:
All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriot


Classic Novels Book Club | Northside, 4th Wednesdays, 3:30pm
For more information about this book club, email cpolovina@mykpl.info

AUGUST’S TOPIC:
Read a novel featuring an “Unreliable Narrator”


Fantasy/Sci-Fi Book Club | Southwest, 4th Mondays, 6pm
Just show up: no specific books to read!


Graphic Novels Book Club | Southwest, 2nd Mondays, 6pm
Just show up: no specific books to read!


Mystery Lovers Book Club | Northside, 2nd Mondays, 2pm OR Southwest, 3rd Thursdays, 6:30pm
Just show up: no specific books to read!


Novels at Night Book Club | Southwest, 3rd Mondays, 6pm
For information about this book club, or to obtain a copy of the book, call 564-6130 or email ekastelic@mykpl.info

AUGUST’S BOOK:
American Housewife by Helen Ellis


Politics and Military Actions Book Club | Southwest, 1st Saturdays, 9:15am

AUGUST’S TOPIC:
Roman Emperors
 

Social Justice Book Club | Northside, 2nd Tuesdays, 12:30pm OR Northside, 3rd Tuesdays, 6:30pm

AUGUST’S TOPIC:
Education and Social Justice


Xs & Ox (Romance Reads) Book Club | Online at GoodReads (Linked Here)

AUGUST’S THEME:
In August, we'll be keeping score! Read a sports-themed romance, any sport you enjoy.

AUGUST’S AUTHOR CHALLENGE:
Read any book by Jaci Burton who is well known for her sexy sports stories.

KPL Book Club Preview for JULY!

Do you enjoy discussing what you read? Or maybe you're looking for something new to read?
Join us for our Monthly Book Clubs - we've got something for everyone!
For more information on Book Clubs at Kenosha Public Library, visit us online at www.mykpl.info/book-clubs or call our Reference Desk at 564-6130.
 

Afternoon Coffee Break Book Club | Northside, 3rd Wednesdays, 2pm
For information about this book club, or to obtain a copy of the book, call 564-6130 or email cpolovina@mykpl.info.

JULY'S BOOK:
The Baker's Secret by Stephen Kiernan


Call-In Book Club | Call-In (Phone), 2nd Tuesdays, 2pm
To register and get the phone number to call on the day of the discussion, please call KAFASI at 658-3508, ext. 110 or 118.

JULY'S BOOK:
Your choice! Any title by Leslie Meier


Classic Novels Book Club | Northside, 4th Wednesdays, 3:30pm
For more information about this book club, email cpolovina@mykpl.info

JULY'S TOPIC:
Read a classic play


Fantasy/Sci-Fi Book Club | Southwest, 4th Mondays, 6pm
Just show up: no specific books to read!


Graphic Novels Book Club | Southwest, 2nd Mondays, 6pm
Just show up: no specific books to read!


Mystery Lovers Book Club | Northside, 2nd Mondays, 2pm OR Southwest, 3rd Thursdays, 6:30pm
Just show up: no specific books to read!


Novels at Night Book Club | Southwest, 3rd Mondays, 6pm
For information about this book club, or to obtain a copy of the book, call 564-6130 or email ekastelic@mykpl.info

JULY'S BOOK:
Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantero


Politics and Military Actions Book Club | Southwest, 1st Saturdays, 9:15am

JULY'S TOPIC:
Founding Fathers and Mothers


Social Justice Book Club | Northside, 2nd Tuesdays, 12:30pm OR Northside, 3rd Tuesdays, 6:30pm

JULY'S TOPIC:
Read any book focused on Social Justic and Racism
Recommended Title: Uprooting Racism by Paul Kivel


Xs & Ox (Romance Reads) Book Club | Online at GoodReads (Linked Here)
For July, Xs and Ox will be celebrating French Culture and Bastille Days!

JULY'S BOOK:
The Chocolate Thief (Amour et Chocolat series) by Laura Florand
JULY'S CHALLENGE:
Read any novel featuring the French Revolution

 

 

 

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