The library hosts a number of discussion groups that meet on a regular basis. Often, they are facilitated by a member of our staff, but some of the groups are run by the members themselves. We discuss books (fiction & non-fiction), movies, current events and more. Be sure to check this page regularly for up to date meeting times and information.
About our Discussion Groups:
- Our conference room will comfortably hold about ten people.
- Many book groups find that 8-10 people is just about the right size.
- There is no charge to participate, and there is no need to register.
We can also supply information on facilitating book group discussions, deciding what kinds of books lead to rewarding discussions, etc. If you have any questions, give us a call. Happy reading, watching and discussing!
|Kiira Taylor, Adult Services Librarian
Lake Oswego Public Library
On January 26 we will be discussing The Best We Could Do by Thi Bui. We hope you will join us!
Coffee, doughnuts and book discussion in the library conference room.
The Green World Book Group reads non-fiction that focuses on environmental issues.
Each month we will watch a movie together from the Film Movement series and follow it up with a discussion about what we just watched. Film Movement specializes in foreign and independent films.
Please join us for engaging book discussion and member presentations with a group that's been meeting since 1997 (or at least a few member have been in the group for that long)! At this time, the group meets every 1st Thursday afternoon from 3:00 - 4:30. in the Library’s conference room.
Please join us to discuss interesting fiction titles and occasional biographical non-fiction amongst thoughtful company. Typically, the group meets every 3rd Friday morning from 10:30-11:30 in the Library’s conference room. Keep an eye on the calendar for any changes to meeting time or book choices.