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Our October book is The House in the Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune
Evening Book Group Book Selection meets every 4th Monday at 6:30 in September - November 2021 and then January - May 2022. The next meeting is on October 25th through Zoom. See the link below (will be edited closer to the event).
AAUW Tacoma is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
If you are not on our regular list and need the zoom or address info, please email Marie at [masked] (sometimes she forgets to check this just before a meeting, so email is really for the best!)
While we work out the details in regards to place, date and reviewer for our meetings after September, here is the list to start your reading:
The House in the Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune - Oct. 25 (Host Amy, reviewer Candace)
On Tyranny by Timothy D. Snyder -Nov. 22 (Host LesLee, reviewer Carol)
This Is How It Always Is by Lauren Frankel -January 24, 2022
Murder at the Mission: A Frontier Killing, Its Legacy of Lies and the Taking of the American -February 28, 2022 (reviewer Dorothy)
Dear Miss Kopp by Amy Stewart -March 28, 2022
The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz April 25, 2022
West by Blaine Harden - May 23, 2022
The Shadow Land: A Novel by Elizabeth Kostova - Sept. 27, 2021
The Daytime Book Group will meet at 10:30 am October 27, 2021.
Please email Mary L. if you need the address to join. Her email is [masked]
Other[masked] daytime book group meetups include:
September 22 - This Tender Land by William Kent Kruegar
October 27 - Dial A for Aunties by Jesse Q. Sutanto
Nov. (Discussion will take place December 1st due to Thanksgiving) - The Wives of Los Alamos by Tra Shea Nesbit
January 26 - The Bookman’s Tale by Charles Lovett
February 23 - Murder by the Book by Lauren Elliott
March 23 - The Moment of Lift by Melinda Gates
April 27 - The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
May 25 - Next year’s book selections and potluck
Grab your favorite evening beverage and join us for a meet and greet.
This is open to all branch members, old and new! There will be a
chance to hear from our branch board and interest groups, and most
importantly, to visit!
The Zoom information is here.
Join Zoom Meeting
If you need any help with Zoom, let us know!
Fife Community Center
The Puyallup Valley Branch of the AAUW invites you to join them for a presentation from local author Lauren Danner of Saturday, November 6th,
9:45 am refreshments
10:15 am presentation
Fife Community Center[masked]th Ave, E
Fife, WA 98424
Lauren will be speaking on Backyard Treasures: Washington's State Parks.
Comprising one of the oldest and largest state parks systems in the country, Washington's state parks are a treasure trove of nature, culture, history, and recreation. Lauren Danner is on a quest to visit every one of them and will share what makes Washington state parks special. We will virtually visit a variety of parks, diving into their unique features and fascination stories. You'll be inspired to explore your nearby backyard treasure!
Lauren Danner is the author of Crown Jewel Wilderness: Creating North Cascades National Park. When she's not out hiking, she writes about outdoor recreation, public lands, and Pacific Northwest and environmental history at laurendanner.com. Danner's next project is a book about Washington state parks, based on her quest to visit all 140 of them. She lives in Olympia.
For questions about the Nov. 6 event, please contact MJ Garlick at [masked] .