Adult events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted. If registration is required or if you have questions, call the library at 920-478-3344 or email pjacob@waterloo.lib.wi.us

Ongoing Book Club

Clark Book Club

Junginger Book Club

SEPTEMBER

September 3 Junginger Book Club 6:00pm

The monthly adult book discussion group mainly focuses on historical, political, and nonfiction books. New members are always welcomed! No need to register. Just read the book and show up ready to discuss it. If you’d like us to place the book on hold for you, call us at 920-478-3344 or email pjacob@waterloo.lib.wi.us. This month we will be discussing All You Can Ever Know by Nicole Chung.

September 9 6:00pm Clark Book Club

The monthly adult book discussion group mainly focuses on fiction books. New members are always welcomed! No need to register. Just read or listen to the book and show up ready to share your opinions. If you’d like us to order the book for you, give us a call at 920-478-3344 or email pjacob@waterloo.lib.wi.us. This month we will be discussing Bridge of Clay by Markus Zusak.

September 11 11:00am Clark Book Club (daytime meeting)

The monthly adult book discussion group mainly focuses on fiction books. New members are always welcomed! No need to register. Just read or listen to the book and show up ready to share your opinions. If you’d like us to order the book for you, give us a call at 920-478-3344 or email pjacob@waterloo.lib.wi.us. This month we will be discussing Bridge of Clay by Markus Zusak.

September 19 Cook The Book 6:00pm

A fun twist on a recipe exchange. Choose your family’s favorite recipe, make it and bring to the library on September 19. Bring a copy of the recipe and go home with a new cook book!

September 17 Writers’ Workshop 6:00pm

Are you an aspiring writer? Do you have a book or writing project that you have started or want to write? Join this writing workshop to help reach your goal. This group meets the third Tuesday of each month. All writing levels and genres are welcome.

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