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Join us each month as we discuss a different book. You do not need to have read the book to join us. This month we will discuss the book “Lessons in Chemistry” by Bonnie Garmus.

Players of all skill levels are welcome to a social night of hearts. We provide the cards, you provide the fun. Our presenter from earlier Deal Me In! sessions will be available for help and strategy advice. Need a refresher or want to learn the game? Drop in between 4 and 6 PM for instruction before the social play begins. Registration begins Monday, April 8th.

Looking to hear more about interesting new books? Then join us for an evening “Dinner” where books are on the menu. There will be a wide variety of selections to choose from as well as an opportunity to enjoy a delicious “bite”. On the menu is Off the Wall, Nonfiction, General Fiction, and Suspense. Registration begins April 4.

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