Tonight, Janet Juhnke leads the discussion of the third book in our springtime TALK series, sponsored by the Kansas Humanities Council, The Secret Life of Bees.
While just one more discussion follows in the official KHC series, the library has decided to add two additional very special book discussions in the month of May.
On Monday, May 2nd we’ll discuss Thomas Fox Averill’s What Kansas Means to Me — another of our ongoing programs focusing on the Kansas Sesquicentennial. And on Monday May 16th, local Living History Interpreter Marti McCartney will host a special nineteenth century tea and discussion of Jane Austen’s great classic Pride and Prejudice.
Book for both discussions will be available well in advance of the discussion dates at the front desk.