Sunday, September 13, 2009

The Deweys Do

The Deweys Do

Adult Winter Reading Club

Meet: 1st Monday of the Month, (except September,which will be the 14th)

Time: 6:30 to about 8:00 to 8:15 PM

Location: Basement meeting rooms at the Crawfordsville District Public Library

Aim: Read books you might not read on your own and enjoy the discussion of the books chosen by the group with others interested in reading.

Explanation: We are trying a new format this year. We have chosen a topic for each month, September through August 2010. Janice Clauser suggested this format based on one used by the Historical Society.

The topic for September is QUILTS. You can chose to read anything that includes quilts, i.e., fiction books involving quilts, non-fiction how-to books about quilts, the history of quilting, the history of a particular quilt pattern, quilting in Japan, Europe, etc. Come prepared to tell us something about what you read and the name of the book in case some of us would like to pursue it more in depth.

We generally have refreshments -- often tied to the theme of the month -- brought by volunteers. September's refreshments will be furnished by Carol and Katy.

The topics for the year are Quilts -- September
Trees -- October
Thanksgiving -- November
Water -- December
Sculpture -- January
Gardening -- February
Cooking -- March
Music -- April
Ships -- May
Weddings --June
Space -- July
Travel -- August

If you are interested in meeting with us, we would be glad to have you attend.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This was great fun and I can not wait for October's meeting. :)