Daytime Book Club for Men and Women – meets the third Thursday of each month from 10am until noon.
Thursday, April 15 at 10am via Zoom
In April the Thursday Morning Book Club will read Lynda Rutledge’s West With Giraffes. Based on a true story that took place in 1938, during The Great Depression. Two giraffes, that survived a hurricane in the Atlantic, must be moved from New York to the San Diego Zoo. This is a remarkable read that encompasses a love story and a coming of age story, as well as a view of how humans can be changed by the grace of animals, and a rollicking adventure about a young man and an older man transporting the giraffes to their destination before it’s too late. For a Zoom link contact the convener, Alice Marks at email@example.com.
Monday Women’s Book Group – Meets the first and third Mondays at 4pm on Zoom
April 5 &19 at 4:00pm via Zoom
The Monday Women’s Book Group will meet via Zoom on April 19 to discuss a podcast from “On Being” by Krista Tippett featuring “Gaelynn Lea’s Voice and Violin.’’ Gaelynn Lea is a violinist and singer-songwriter from Duluth, Minnesota and a disability rights advocate. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be included.
Peace Church Read Aloud Story Time Group
Join our community member Gary Boelhower as he reads his new children’s book, A Common Thirst, for our private Peace Church children’s Story Time Group on FB (there’s a hard copy in our children’s lending library!). Warm illustrations by Duluth artist Sarah Brokke bring to life a story of healing divisions between goats and sheep using the wisdom of “the beginner mind” for survival. Find a link to join the group on the Peace web site if you haven’t joined already. If you would like to read a book for our kids for the group contact Sharon at Sharon@peaceucc.org.