3rd Wednesday of each month
Everyone is welcome - no registration required.
Join us for a friendly, casual discussion on our book of the month.
Extra copies of this title are available to check out; just ask for a copy at the circulation desk.
|Currently reading||The Meeting Place by Janette Oke|
|Next meeting||Wednesday, October 18, 2017|
|Time||11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.|
From the back cover:
Two young women, their lives shadowed by nations in conflict, begin a friendship that will propel them on a journey from which they can never turn back....
The year was 1753, and the lines of separation were firmly drawn. The French had named the region Acadia, their "beloved home". When the British came soon after, they battled with the French on the new continent as they had in Europe for centuries.
The settlers of Acadia were either French or English, and though their villages might be but a stone's throw apart, most could go an entire lifetime without speaking to someone from the other side.
And then a chance encounter in a meadow of wild flowers...