Night Owls Book Club Feature

lemmling Cartoon owl sitting on a book



Now is the perfect time to join the Dover Free Library's book club.  The Night Owls Book Club is a good way to stay connected to the community, enjoy a variety of books new to you, and enjoy the great (and warm) indoors. Copies of the featured books can be borrowed from the library. For more information contact the library by calling 348-7488 or email John, Library Director  

This month, the club will meet Wednesday, April 1st , 6pm. 

The Club is currently reading: The Paris Architect by Charles Belfoure paris architect



Monday Night Movies



Monday, March 9th, 6pm

Winner of 4 Film Festival Awards, including the Official Selection of the Sundance Film Festival, this Polish, subtitled film by director Pawel Pawlikowski, follows 18-year-old novice Anna who meets her estranged aunt Wanda, a cynical Communist judge who shocks the naive Anna with a stunning revelation: Anna is Jewish and her real name is Ida. Tasked with this new identity, Ida and Wanda embark on a revelatory journey to their old family home to discover the fate of Ida's birth parents and unearth dark secrets dating back to the Nazi occupation. This film is Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, some sexuality and smoking and runs 80 minutes.

Teen Reading Rave

teen reader rave 5Teen Readers ages 13 and up meet the First Tuesday of Each Month at 6pm

Bring a couple favorite book suggestions to share. A Book Buck will be earned for each hardback, paperback or ebook copy shown and recomended to the group.  Beverages will be served, a door prize will be awarded and fun will be had.  So show up and show off.  reading addict

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