B.Y.O.B. is different from your traditional book club
1. You pick what you read.
Unlike most book clubs where everyone reads the same thing, at B.Y.O.B. you pick the titles you want to read. Each month, we will choose a new theme (mystery, banned books, bestsellers, etc.) and then YOU choose a title to read and discuss. It may get a little chaotic, but it should be fun times, especially since…
2. It’s held in local bars and wineries.
Instead of meeting at the same place every month, we will rotate through various local establishments based on the club’s preferences. Which means we will be discussing a bunch of books each month over food and drink (alcoholic or non-B.Y.O.B. is all about choices!) from local places you know and love.
Join us the at 7 on the 1st Thursday of each month for a great conversation about books over local food and drinks!
Check here for upcoming dates, themes, locations, and an ongoing reading list. For more information and to register, call 330-343-6123 or email Kathryn Green at email@example.com.
Next Meeting: September 3, 2015
Where: Atwood Lighthouse Bistro, Atwood Lake
When: September 3 @ 7 PM
Theme: Books set between 1900 and 1930
Join us at the Atwood Lighthouse Bistro at Atwood Lake to discuss books set from 1900-1930. Can’t decide what to read? Ask a librarian! Can’t choose between two or more titles? No problem–just bring them all! No time to read something new? Just come and enjoy the conversation! We’ll meet at 7, grab some food and drink, and then start talking about our most recent reads. Call the library at 330-343-6123 or email Kathryn at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
B.Y.O.B. Fall 2015 Schedule:
September 3, 2015
Location: Atwood Lighthouse Bistro (Atwood Lake)
Theme: Set from 1900-1930 October 1, 2015
Location: Lucille's (Dennison)
Theme: Love Stories November 5, 2015
Location: El Papas
Theme: Published in 2015 December 3, 2015
Location: Dover Public Library
Theme: Recipe Books
Registration is required for this event
July 2015: Books by Agatha Christie, James Patterson, Harper Lee, or John Steinbeck