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Southwest, 1st Mondays, 6pm
Do you love alternate realities, alien worlds, magic, and imagination? Join us to talk about your favorite authors and titles. No registration, no specific books to read.
2nd Tuesdays, 2pm
If you have a hard time getting out of the house, but still want to talk about books, try this unique book club! Just like an old-time party line or modern conference call, you just call the special phone number, and we all can hear each other! This is a program of Kenosha Area Family and Aging Services (KAFASI), with the discussion led by a Kenosha Public Library librarian. Please call KAFASI at 658-3508, ext. 110 or 118 to register and get the phone number to call on the day of the discussion.
Northside, 2nd Mondays, 2pm
Do you love a good mystery? Join us to discuss what murder mysteries you’ve been reading, learn about new authors, or just come listen. No registration, no requirements, no specific books to read! The club meets on the second Monday of every month at the Northside Library.
A book club perfect for the everlasting romantic. A free Goodreads account is required. Romance literature may contain adult content.
Northside, 3rd Tuesday, 6:30pm
We meet to explore books about race, gender, immigration, poverty, and criminal justice issues. It is intended to give readers the opportunity to explore current social issues more deeply. The book club meets the third Tuesday every month from 6:30-8pm at the Northside Library to discuss the chosen book. For each month's title, see the KPL online calendar, or contact librarian Kristin Kornkven at (262) 564-6107 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Northside, 4th Wednesdays, 3:30pm
What defines a classic novel? Is it time, quality, or that indefinable something that makes us want to read a book over and over? Read something you consider classic and we'll discuss what makes a book special and which ones to add to our bucket lists. Led by Cathy Polovina.
Southwest, 1st Mondays, 6pm
Come discuss your favorite graphic novels or manga. Talk with the group about artists, writers, or whatever else you like about sequential art. No registration, no specific books to read.
Northside, 3rd Wednesdays, 2pm
Take an afternoon literary break and join us at our monthly book club. We read bestselling novels, engage in thoughtful discussion, and enjoy refreshments, too! For a copy of this month’s selection, call or email Donna at 564-6137 or email@example.com.
Southwest, 1st Saturday, 9AM
Join us for Kenosha Public Library's book club designed for those interested in politics, political leaders, and military actions. We read books about topics selected by our club members and discuss them the next meeting. We talk about the past, the future, morality, leadership, values, and anything relevant to our topic. We have so much to discuss!
Northside, 2nd Tuesday, 12:30pm
Due to popular demand, the Social Justice Book Club is adding an afternoon session on the second Tuesday of every month. We will discuss the same title as the eventing meeting each month. For more information, contact librarian Kristin at (262) 564-6107 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Book Discussion Events
Watch our event calendars for special event book discussions, such as Harry Potter for Grownups, or discussions tied to special occasions like The Big Read!