Adult Book Club
The library's Adult Book Club focuses on contemporary literary fiction, although non-fiction and classic works are read as well. All titles are selected by the members of the Book Club.
Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month from 6:45 - 7:45 PM in the library's Community Room. If the second Monday falls on a day when the library is closed for a holiday, there will be no book club meeting. There is no cost to participate, and new members are encouraged to join at any time. Group members are expected to have read the month's book before attending discussion sessions, but first-time attendees are always welcome to drop in. See the book club's past reading selections.
Read any book on any of the Roosevelts to share with the group
The Boys in the Boat, by Daniel Brown
The Wednesday Sleuths welcome all fans of mystery, murder and mayhem (in books, that is). The Wednesday Sleuths meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 6:45 PM at the West Linn Public Library. There is no cost to participate, and new members are encouraged to join at any time.
If you have any questions about Wednesday Sleuths, contact Jenne Henderson: email@example.com.
January 14: Brrrrr: Mysteries in the cold
February 11: South African mysteries
March 11: Irish mysteries
April 8: Death by poison
May 13: Sherlock Holmes (by non-Conan Doyle authors)
June 10: Diving and maritime
July 8: potluck
August 12: no meeting
September 9: Scotland Yard
October 14: Historical mysteries
November 18 (library closed Nov. 11): From book to screen
December 9: Christmas mysteries