The library offers several opportunities for book discussions:
Marian’s Tuesday Book Club
3rd Tuesday of each month at 2:00pm beginning in September.
This club will read a pre-selected title (genres will vary) to discuss each month, although some months will be group choice.
Mary Kay’s Mystery/Thriller Book Club
2nd Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm beginning in September.
This club will read and discuss a pre-selected mystery or thriller title each month.
Stacie’s Book Club
1st Thursday of each month at 6:30pm beginning in October.
This club will read and discuss a pre-selected title determined by the group members.
Please contact the library to sign up!
Or stop at the library to register.
Beanstack is a website and mobile app that’s like a Fitbit for reading. What can you do with Beanstack?
- Keep Track of Your Reading
Enter the books you’ve read into your reading log. Mobile app users can scan the ISBN barcode on any book for quicker logging.
Write a review of the books you’ve read (good or bad), which the library might share with other patrons using the app.
- Participate in Library Programs
Once you’ve registered, all library programs offered in the adult age group will
appear in the Challenges tab on your page. You can choose the programs you wish to participate in.
How to Register
- Visit the Lake City Public Library Beanstack site at https://lakecitypl.beanstack.org to get started OR download the Beanstack Tracker app and begin there. All of your activity will be synced, so use the format you like best.
- Create your account by setting a username and password.
HISTORY ROUND TABLES: “Why History Matters” with moderator B. Wayne Quist
- Examine patterns in history with possible lessons for today. The goal is to learn and share knowledge as part of an open roundtable discussion in a friendly
- Discuss and understand the mistakes of the past and better understand lessons for contemporary issues and problems.
- Explore history topics of mutual interest from ancient times to the present —
political history, military history, local