Book Club

The RUC Book Club started in the fall of 2005.  We have never had formal membership, as we are open to anyone who wants to join us for one or more evenings.  It is also not restricted to RUC members – we welcome everyone!  What we all have in common is a love of books, and a desire to discuss them in a non-structured format.  We decide on titles together, which have included both fiction and non-fiction, although the majority since inception has been fiction.  Some are recent and bestseller titles, while others are more obscure or older.  No one has to do a “presentation” on a title, and we don’t even mind if you haven’t finished the book.  Rather, there is a free flow of discussion, which regularly goes off topic as themes in the books touch aspects of our own lives.  We would love to see some new faces!

The Book Club usually meets on Monday nights at the church, at 7:30.

Please consult the calendar for upcoming meetings.

Questions?  Suggestions?  Contact Caroline Duncanson cduncanson@sympatico.ca.

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