Highlands Ranch Book Clubs
Read and discuss nonfiction works on U.S. and global issues, and some history. Topics will include some familiar to participants of the Great Decisions programs, but will not focus on political agenda nonfiction.
The Daytime Book Club meets the first Tuesday of every month at 10 a.m. at James H. LaRue/Highlands Ranch Library.
Douglas County Libraries currently sponsors Great Books Discussion Groups at four libraries.
More than fifty years ago, the Great Books Movement started at the University of Chicago with the idea that ordinary people could meet and discuss the enduring ideas and issues found in classic writings. The Great Books Foundation promotes reading and conversation about great literature through discussion groups.
Discuss books and bring your knitting each month for a bit of knitting advice followed by a discussion on a book from the reading list. Group will meet upstairs in the reading lounge. Knit Lit meets the second Wednesday of the month.
Meets the fourth Monday every other month at 6:30 p.m. Girls in grades 4-6 are invited to bring their moms or another adult female and discuss books.
For the coming year, the group will be reading:
The group meets the first Thursday of every month from 7 - 8:30 p.m. in the quiet reading room upstairs, at the James H. LaRue Library in Highlands Ranch. Everyone is welcome to attend.
The group's selections for 2014 are: