HCH Library is home to three Book Clubs

See one you’re interested in? Get in touch!

The Atlantic Monthly Discussion Group

Meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 9:30am

Too busy to read a whole book, or even a whole magazine? Join us for our monthly discussion of The Atlantic magazine. Each participant will read one article* and present it to the group for discussion. Free coffee and donuts served. Differing opinions encouraged; friendly and civilized discourse required.

Curious and want to know more?  Contact Sarah Borgnis-Tobin.

*we would never stop you from reading the whole magazine if you want… but know that it is not necessary

GET REAL!Non-Fiction Book Club

Looking for the Truth? From a laugh-out-loud memoir to tales of espionage, explorations of heroic battles, and modern events that changed our world, our nonfiction book selections are sure to inspire lively discussions. Join us at Henry Carter Hull Library on Tues. 1/14 at 1:00pm to meet new friends and celebrate life-long learning as we read and discuss a different nonfiction book each month. The titles we select as a group at our first meeting are guaranteed to make you smarter in 2020! We will have a book-themed snack and coffee/tea at each meeting. This program is designed for adult readers. New members and diverse viewpoints are always respected and welcome.  A list of suggested book titles for the year is attached and open for discussion. Please feel free to make your own suggestions at the first meeting.

To reserve a spot, please stop by and let us know you are coming or call 860-669-2342 to speak to Cathleen Cole.  Click Here to view the reading list to be considered at our first meeting.

Louise’s Book Club

Meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 1:00pm.

2019 Books to be Discussed

November 6th  –  Carnegie’s Maid by Marie Benedict

December 4th – An Invisible Thread by Laura Schroff

January 8th – Beneath a Scarlet Sky by Mark Sullivan

February 5th- Women in the Castle by Jessica Shattuck

March 4th – Stones From the River by Ursula Hegi