2750 Martin Rd., Dublin, OH
Our spring book selection is: Gaining Ground: A Story of Farmers' Markets, Local Food, and Saving the Family Farm by Forrest Pritchard. Please read the book ahead of time and bring any questions or comments that may have arisen while reading. I (Leah) will be leading/moderating the discussion, but I plan on it being very casual. Let's have fun!
We'll meet at the Panera Bread in Dublin on Martin Rd. near the intersection of Sawmill and 161. We will meet at 1pm, settle in and grab some coffee/pastry/lunch (if desired), and plan to start the discussion around 1:30.
We do not have a meeting room - I'll be there a few minutes early to scout out a table. I'll have a copy of the book and a tabletop sign with our group's name.
How do I find a copy of the book?
Copies of the book may be procured through your local library (If your library doesn't have a copy, keep in mind that some libraries participate in sharing programs that reach outside of their system. Ask at your library for details!). If you cannot locate a copy at the library, post here to see if anyone has an extra copy they are willing to lend you for the month. If all else fails, I recommend www.bookfinder.com to search for a cheap used copy you can purchase on the internet. You may also try Half Price Books or another local bookseller.
Our book discussions are held four times a year on the 2nd Saturdays in March, June, September, and December. We usually choose which books to read through a poll on our meetup page (find polls under the "More" tab). If you have location or book suggestions, please contact Leah!