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BOOK CLUB

The Book Club meets the last Thursday of the month at 2:00 pm at Beans Bistro.

For more information about the Book Club contact Kathleen Dunn at 396-9177 or email

2018

Past Years Book Clubs
2003 - 2004   2004 - 2005   2005 - 2006

2006 - 2007   2007 - 2008   2008 - 2009
2010   2011   2012    2013   2014
  2015   2016   2017
   
 

Jan. 25 /18 - The Only Cafe by Linden MacIntyre
Feb. 22 /18 - Nightfall by Richard B. Wright
Mar. 29 /18 - And The Birds Rained Down by Jocelyn Saucier
April 26 /18 - My Grandmother Sends Her Regards and Apologies by Fredrik Backman
May 31/18 - The Beautiful Mystery by Louise Penny
June 28/18 -  The Lightkeeper's Daughter by June Pendziwoll
July    26/18 - One Brother Shy by Terry Fallis
Aug. 30/18 - The White Garden - Anovel of Virginia Woolf by Stephanie Barron
Sept. 27/18 - First Snow, Last Light by Wayne Johnston
Oct. 25/18 - Autumn by Ali Smith
Nov. 29/18 - Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty
Dec. 27/18 - The Chillbury Ladies Choir by Jennifer Ryan
 


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On Thursday June 8th four members of the Book Club boarded a bus in Kincardine for the four hour ride to Union Station in Toronto. From there we walked up to the Art Gallery of Ontario where the Georgia O’Keeffe exhibit was on view. The AGO is the only stop on the North American tour so we were fortunate to be able to go and see it. We had read the novel about Georgia O’Keeffe at Book Club during the winter.

We wandered through the exhibit for about two hours. There was so much to see and to read plus there was a twelve minute film about her life. We then walked back down to Union station to catch the 5:00 bus back to Kincardine. It was such an enjoyable day, well worth the four hour bus ride each way.

Members of the CFUW Kincardine Book Club discussed Basic Black with Pearls, our June selection, at Beans Bistro.
Photos submitted by Corabelle Danye


Suggested Reads

  • A Memory of Violets- a novel of London's flower sellers - by Hazel Gaynor
  • Marlene- a novel of Marlene Deitrich - by C.W. Gortner
  • Street Arab