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Adult Programs

 

Adult Book Discussion Group
Third Thursdays at 7:00pm
September 19, 2019

Haven’t been to one of our book discussions, yet? Our group is open to everyone. You are welcome to attend! Copies are available at our circulation.

Decluttering Your Home with Diane Zielinski
Friday, September 20, 2019
at 3:00pm

Diane will share professional tips and tricks for organizing your home. Get inspired to tackle those big and small projects before the busy holiday season. 

2019 Adult Book Discussion Group Reading Selections

 

 January  February March April

 The Story of Arthur Truluv
by Elizabeth Berg

The Sun Does Shine
by Anthony Ray Hinton
All the Light We Cannot
See
by  Anthony Doerr
    Behold the Dreamers
by Imbolo Mbue
May      June      July      August
Book That Matters Most
by Ann Hood
The Train to Crystal City
by Jan Jarboe Russell
A Piece of the World
by Christina Baker-Kline
 
The Other Einstein
by Marie Benedict
 
September October November  
Small Great Things
by Jodi Picoult
 
TBD
 
TBD
 
 

Adult Book Discussion Group Reading Suggestions

 

Book Discussion Group Reading Suggestion List
Looking for a good book? Our Book Discussion members have some recommendations!

Ambrose, S. Nothing Like it in the World
Ambrose, S. The Wild Blue : the Men and Boys Who Flew the B-24’s Over Germany 
Baldacci, D. The Camel Club
Chase-Riboud, B. Sally Hemings
Child, J. My Life in France 
Chopra, D. Buddha : A Story of Enlightenment
Dostoyevsky, F. Crime and Punishment
Gilbert, E. Eat, Pray, Love
Golding, W. Lord of the Flies
Gregory, P. The Queen’s Fool : A Novel
Grisham, J. Skipping Christmas
Kidd, S.M. The Secret Life of Bees
Kostova, E. The Historian 
Lapierre, D. City of Joy
Lansing, A. Shackleton’s Incredible Voyage
Lowry, L. The Giver
McCarthy, C. Outer Dark
McCarthy, C. The Road 
O’Connor, F. Wise Blood
Orwell, G. 1984
Smith, A. Name All the Animals : A Memior 
Steinbeck, J. Grapes of Wrath
Thompson, J. After Dark, My Sweet
Wallach, J. The Desert Queen : The Extraordinary Life of Gertrude Bell
Wiesal, E. Night

Any Books by the following authors are also highly recommended:

Diane Mott Davidson
Charles Dickens
William Faulkner
Ernest Hemingway
Edgar Allen Poe
Oscar Wilde
Virginia Woolf

Savvy Seniors

East Rochester Senior Center
We are very fortunate to be located in the same building as the East Rochester Senior Center. Headed by Jean Daniel, this dynamic group tours, sings, dances, plays cards, works on crafts, and acts as the drop-off point for our local Meals On Wheels Program. Come join Jean and her group!

Clic-on-Health
This website has been established through a collaborative effort between the Monroe County Library System, Rochester Regional Library Council, Edward G. Miner Library, Werner Medical Library, Pioneer Library System, Rochester City Schools, and the Monroe County Health Department. This site includes both medical and local health care information.

AARP Driver Safety Courses
55 Alive classes, offering driver safety classes tailored to senior needs.

FODO Web’s EZ Tutor
Learn computer terminology and basics.

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317 Main Street
East Rochester, New York 14445
 

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