Book Discussion Groups

Reading Across Rhode Island  -- Book Discussion and Presentation

Thursday, May 9

6: 00 pm

On May 9th at 6pm, we'll be hosting a book discussion of the 2019 Reading Across Rhode Island selection, "What the Eyes Don't See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City" by Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha. Guest speaker will be Pam Marchand, Exec. Director of the Bristol County Water Authority.

Books will be available for distribution to participants on March 28. There is a limited number available (12). Call or come by the library to register for the program and pick up your book.

For more information about Reading Across Rhode Island, visit their site here. And see Dr. Mona's page for more of her story --


Friday Favorites, our book sharing Group

meets on the first Friday of the Month

11am-12 noon

Our library book group is called Friday Favorites, a book sharing group.   It meets on the first Friday of each month at 11am from September through June.  New members are always welcome.  Each participant is given a short time to talk about a book they would like to recommend to others.  It can be a new bestseller or an old favorite, or anything in between. Participants are sure to come away with new books for their must-read list, and new friends who share their interest in reading.  Refreshments are served.  Have fun and talk about books!