The Book Club meets
the last Thursday of the month at 2:00 pm at Beans Bistro.
|Jan.||24 /19||- That's My Baby by Frances Itani|
|Feb.||28 /19||- In the Midst of Winter by Isabel Allende|
|Mar.||28 /19||- This Is How It Always Is by Laurie Frankel|
|April||25 /19||- The Boat People by Sharon Bala|
|May||30/19||- The Personality Brokers - The Strange History of Myers Briggs by Merve Emre|
|June||27/19||- War Light by Michael Ondaatje|
|July||25/19||- The Dark Flood by Margaret Drabble|
|Aug.||29/19||- The Reluctent Fundamentalist by Hohsin Hamid|
|Sept.||26/19||- Educated by Tara Westover|
|Oct.||31/19||- Just Mercy - A story of justice and redemption by Brian Stevenson|
|Nov.||28/19||- The Madonnas of Leningrad by Debra Dean|
|Dec.||?/19||- The Alice Network by Kate Quinn|
|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.