Our five Book Groups meet the last week of the month, September through June. Members determine the book selections three to four months in advance to allow flexibility for new titles to be considered. Meetings are generally an hour and a half long and the start times for the different groups range between 3pm and 5pm. Titles are usually nonfiction, focusing on issues or people of interest to our liberal minded members. The facilitated discussions are lively and meaningful.
In order to register for a meeting, you must be a member of the book club. To become a member of the book club, please click here to contact the book group coordinator. She will assign you to one of our current five groups based upon space availability. Once you are a member, you will be given access to register on the website for the meeting of the section to which you have been assigned. Registration is required for each month’s meeting.
You may also contact the book group coordinator with any other questions you may have.
|Hilton Head Island Group 1||Susan Crow and Polly Kyle||3:00 pm|
|Hilton Head Island Group 2||Myla Lerner and Barb Hammes||5:00 pm|
|Hilton Head Island Group 3||Nancy Nienstedt and Linda Moniuszko||4:45 pm|
|Hilton Head Island Group 4||Louis Movshin and Mary Lenney||4:00 pm|
|Bluffton Group||Lynn Cordy and Liz Perry||2:30 pm|
Book of the Month
May Book of the Month
In Adrift, Galloway looks to the past – from 1945 to present day – to explain just how America arrived at this precipice. Galloway demonstrates how crises such as Jim Crow, World War II, and the Stock Market Crash of 2008, as well as the escalating power of technology, an entrenched white patriarchy, and the socio-economic effects of the pandemic, created today’s perfect storm.
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