Mystery/Thriller Book Group
David Axelrod Headlines Poetry Group
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7700 NE Fourth Plain Road, Vancouver, WA 98662-7157
Our mystery/thriller book group relishes and races through the best titles in these two genres. Our November title is Vendetta by Michael Dibdin. New members welcome!
An extensive assortment of poetry titles, fantastic open mic and full-menu Cafe are always part of our last Tuesdays poetry group. Oregon Book Award Finalist David Axelrod will read from his new book, What Next, Old Knife?
Princess Bea likes pirate ships more than tea parties, the salty sea more than silly dolls. What's a landlocked princess to do? Treats and fun crafts with the reading of Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen's picture book.
We always welcome newcomers to our sci-fi and fantasy book group, which meets the first Monday in December. We'll enjoy discussing The Book of Jhereg by Steven Brust.
We'll read Christine Falls by Benjamin Black for this April meeting. Come by for a fun-filled discussion and help us choose future titles! Learn more at bn.com/events
The Green Neighbors program, part of Clark County Environmental Services, invites you to have fun discussing important titles as part of this new book group. Our April choice is Fat Of The Land by Langdon Cook!
Our sci-fi book group meets second Thursdays at 6:30 pm to talk about intriguing new and classic titles. New members are always welcome. Red Rising by Pierce Brown is our April book!
Stop in and sit down with our friendly mystery/thriller book group. We discuss interesting and exciting new and classic titles. Our March choice is The Wife, the Maid, and the Mistress by Ariel Lawhon!
The Green Neighbors program, part of Clark County Environmental Services, invites you to have fun as part of this new and timely book group. Our March discussion title is Susan Freinkel's Plastic, a Toxic Love Story!
Our sci-fi book group meets every second Thursday at 6:30 pm to talk about intriguing new and classic titles. New members are always welcome. Our March book is City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett!
Endi Bogue Hartigan's new book, pool [5 choruses], has earned her a second Oregon Book Award nomination. We host an open mic and feature the area's largest selection of poetry titles. Come on by for a fun evening and beautiful, heartfelt literature.
Join our friendly mystery/thriller book group. We read and discuss the most intriguing new and classic titles. Our February selection is Day of the Jackal by Frederick Forsyth!
The Green Neighbors program, part of Clark County Environmental Services, invites you to have fun as part of this new book group. We'll discuss Barbara Kingsolver's bestseller Animal, Vegetable, Miracle tonight!