What we're about

We choose a dozen classic books every year and meet monthly to discuss one. Usually the person who suggested a particular book leads the discussion. We usually meet at the downtown Deschutes Public Library in one of the upstairs rooms. Meetings are mostly on the 4th Tuesday, start at 6 PM and end at 8 although currently the library closes at 9.
The people who attend are adults with varied life experiences and enough initiative to read and thoughtfully critique the books.
Coming 2020 books are: The Buddenbrooks, Remains of the Day, Rosenkrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, The Bell Jar, Yu Hua's To Live: A Novel, selections from the Journals of Lewis and Clark, Moliere's The Miser, two from Oscar Wilde The Importance of Being Earnest and the Picture of Dorian Gray

Upcoming events (4+)

Housekeeping by Marilynne Robinson

Rockridge Community Park

Bridge on the Drina

Rockridge Community Park

We'll see about weather and COVID for a meeting place.

Robinson Crusoe

Online event

We'll see about the date. November meetings usually move to the week before thanksgiving week. Anyway, Tuesday. Location TBD

Heart of Darkness

Online event

The 14th is a good guess and the location may be zoom. We'll see

Past events (13)

Silent Spring by Rachel Carson

Rockridge Community Park

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