The 40+ Singles Group
The Mystery Book Group
The Sci Fi Book Group
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7200 Harrison Avenue Suite 5, Rockford, IL 61112-1042
Lake Forest Park
Welcoming the Classical Conversations, homeschool educators, to our Cafe this evening as they enjoy an evening of discussion starting at 6:30 pm.
The Last Lecture is by Carnegie Mellon University professor Randy Pausch, who already knew he had metastatic pancreatic cancer. His upbeat urgent call to his listeners encouraged others to achieve their childhood dreams.
The Mystery Book Group is discussing The Room by Emma Donoghue, a tale that is shocking, riveting and exhilarating. It is a story of unconquerable love in harrowing circumstances. February's read is Dark Places by Gillian Flynn.
A book discussion with our sci fi readers will be hosted by Ted Iverson. Red Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson is the first of three books about the colonization of Mars by 2026. A group of one hundred colonists begin their journey. Join them in the Cafe!
Join the 40+ singles Book Club as they discuss Paulo Coelho book the Aleph. The conversation will surround Paulo who seems to be in a spiritual crisis, his guru advises him to be present in the mystic space called Aleph.
A fantastic new romance from Kelly Moran, author of Return to Me, is her new release All of Me, Moran's intriguing main characters, a successful new author Alec Winston and special-needs teacher Faith Armstrong is totally engaging. Join us!
The Mystery Book Group will meet at 7:30PM on Wednesday, September 9 to discuss John Katzenbach's Red 1-2-3. Three women unknown to each other and with seemingly nothing in common but the color of their hair; receive a letter from a madman, join us!
The 40 + Singles' Book Discussion will take place in our Cafe, on Tuesday September 1 at 7:00PM. This month's discussion is The Last Runaway by Tracy Chevalier. You're invited to join!