Summer Book Discussion
In conjunction with the Vermont Humanities Council, the Library sponsors an annual Summer Book Discussion Series with Richard Wizansky, a seasoned book discussion leader and perennial favorite of Dover audiences. The lecture series typically spans four Wednesday evenings at 7 pm during the summer. Beginning July, 11th, the 2018 theme is The Ties that Bind titles include: My Old Man and the Sea by David and Daniel Hays; The Promise of Rest by Reynolds Price; A Thousand Acres by Jane Smiley; and Montana, 1948 by Larry Watson. A drawing for dinner for two at specified local restaurants will be held at each discussion, must be present to win. Discussion series books can be borrowed from the library.
Summer Events Also Include
Friday, July 6, 7pm, folk duo Hungrytown
Monday, July 9, 6:30pm, Golf Talk with Keith Newell, Golf Pro
Wednesday, July 11, 7pm, Book Discussion: My Old Man & the Sea by David & Daniel Hays. Discussion led by Richard M. Wizansky.
Wednesday, July 18, 7pm, Bhutan, slideshow presentation by Debby Dorsett
Friday, July 27, 7pm: Hannah Hoffman, Musician & Singer
Wednesday, August 1, 7pm: Summer Book Discussion Series: The Promise of Rest by Reynolds Price. Discussion led by Richard M. Wizansky.
Thursday, August 2, 7:pm, Dover Town Hall: Dover Free Library’s Annual Dessert Social Fundraiser, with speaker Leah McGrath Goodman, author of The Asylum: Inside the Rise and Ruin of the Gobal Oil Market.
Friday, August 3, 7pm: World War II Letters, Slideshow Presentation with Corrine Smith, author of Westward I Go Free: Tracing Thoreau’s Last Journey
Wednesday, August 8, 7pm: Book Discussion: A Thousand Acres by Jane Smiley. Discussion led by Richard M. Wizansky.
Friday, August 10, 7pm: Incurable Semantics, musical group.
Wednesday, August 29, 7:00pm: Book Discussion: Montana, 1948 by Larry Watson.