January 30th in Rochester
Titles Over Tea
February 1st in Rochester
William Merrill Decker
Cafe Literario Imagen
February 4th in Rochester
Moving Beyond Racism Book Group
February 8th in Rochester
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February 25th in Rochester
Mystery Book Group
March 1st in Rochester
Allie Larkin Signs
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Lake Forest Park
Please join us for this book group dedicated to reading and discussing literature in Spanish. This month's selection is Malinche by Laura Esquivel.
3349 Monroe Avenue Suite 46, Rochester, NY 14618-5513
In Kodak Elegy: A Cold War Childhood, William Decker writes about what it was like to grow up in Rochester, the son of a Kodak engineer, during the company's glory days.
Everyone is welcome to join this discussion group whether or not you have read the book. This month we will be discussing Code Talker by Chester Nez.
Please join us for a special meeting of Cafe Literario Imagen to discuss the "If All of Rochester Read the Same Book...", Into the Beautiful North by Latino Literary Hall of Fame author, Luis Alberto Urrea.
Explore one of the important events leading up to the American Civil War with a discussion of Midnight Rising: John Brown and the Raid that Sparked the Civil War by Tony Horowitz. Please join us.
330 Greece Ridge Center Drive, Rochester, NY 14626-2819
Do you enjoy a good mystery? This book group welcomes new members! This month we will be discussing In the Woods by Tana French.
Barnes & Noble is pleased to welcome back Allie Larkin for a reading and signing from her new release, Why Can't I Be You. Please join us.
Everyone is welcome to join this discussion group whether or not you have read the book. This month we will be discussing American Islam by Paul M. Barrett.
Lessons from Katherine, written by ordained United Church of Christ pastor, Glenda Prins, is a spiritual memoir about loving and parenting a disabled child amidst grief, financial difficulty and marital discord.