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Library Book Club to meet July 23 at 6:30

by Leslie McDonnell
July 18, 2009

Library Book Club to Meet July 23 at 6:30


 

HOLLISTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
752 WASHINGTON STREET
HOLLISTON, MA  01746
Contact: Leslie McDonnell, 508-429-0618

The Holliston Public Library’s history book club will meet on Thursday, July 23 at 6:30.  This month’s selection is Troublesome Young Men: The Rebels Who Brought Churchill to Power and Saved England by Lynne Olson.  It details the story of a group of junior parliament members who saw that Hitler would not be appeased by the policies in place in the 1930’s and brought the man who would lead England during its darkest hours to power.

The history book club is open to everyone and welcomes new members.  It is led by Mary Miley.  Participants are asked to read the selected book, which can be borrowed from the library at no charge, and attend a discussion.  Readers may bring their own ideas and questions or simply sit and listen.  The group meets monthly and readers may attend as many sessions as they choose.  

For more information, visit www.hollistonlibrary.org or call the library at 429-0617 or email lmcdonnell@minlib.net.
 

 

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