(Summer Saturdays 9-3)
(September - May)
Mon & Wed 12-8
Birchard Public Library's "Pick of the Litter"
Book Discussion Group
||March 10 - Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith. In the workers' paradise of Stalin's Russia, crime cannot exist. Loyal, hardworking citizens will have all their needs met by the state, making crime unnecessary. The one exception is political crime, and MGB (State Security) officer Leo Demidov works long hours arresting people and delivering them to dreaded Lubyanka Prison.
|April 14 - "Comfort Reading", or how to escape into a book. Special presentation celebrating National Library Month by Kathleen Nalley and Kevin Lause.
- All meetings are held in the BPL Meeting Room from 7-8:15 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
- Books may be requested through the Library Catalog at any time or by contacting the Reference Department.
- New Members and Walk-ins are ALWAYS WELCOME! Drop by and share your thoughts, or just listen!
- All programs are free and open to the public. Please call 419-334-7101,
ext. 216 for more information or registration.
To view the past selections from 2002-present, click here.