WOW Book Club

The book selection for April is Puzzle Place by J. Bamford.

We always welcome new members, even if you’ve never been to a book club—you can join us every month or only occasionally throughout the year. You can volunteer to choose a book and lead that session, or you can simply come and enjoy the discussion. Food and drinks can be purchased at the café. There’s always good fellowship available! No RSVP needed.

Contact Sue Siewert with any questions.


(The Book Club meets every fourth Thursday at 1:00 PM. A different book is selected for each month.)

WOW Book Club

The book selection for March is Of Women and Salt by G. Garcia.

We always welcome new members, even if you’ve never been to a book club—you can join us every month or only occasionally throughout the year. You can volunteer to choose a book and lead that session, or you can simply come and enjoy the discussion. Food and drinks can be purchased at the café. There’s always good fellowship available! No RSVP needed.

Contact Sue Siewert with any questions.


(The Book Club meets every fourth Thursday at 1:00 PM. A different book is selected for each month.)

WOW Book Club

The book selection for February is Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer.

We always welcome new members, even if you’ve never been to a book club—you can join us every month or only occasionally throughout the year. You can volunteer to choose a book and lead that session, or you can simply come and enjoy the discussion. Food and drinks can be purchased at the café. There’s always good fellowship available! No RSVP needed.

Contact Sue Siewert with any questions.


(The Book Club meets every fourth Thursday at 1:00 PM. A different book is selected for each month.)

WOW Book Club

The book selection for January is Wish You Were Here by Jodi Picoult—a 2021 novel about life during the pandemic. “A powerfully evocative story of resilience and the triumph of the human spirit….it highlights how events can change us and offer us perspective.” The book examines our connection with the world and shows us what happens when we seek out glimmers of light in the darkness.

We always welcome new members, even if you’ve never been to a Book Club—you can join us every month or only occasionally throughout the year. You can volunteer to choose a book and lead that session, or you can simply come and enjoy the discussion. Food and drinks can be purchased there. There’s always good fellowship available! No RSVP needed.

Contact Sue Siewert with any questions.


(The Book Club meets every fourth Thursday at 1:00 PM. A different book is selected for each month.)

Book Club

The book selection for December is A Redbird Christmas by Fannie Flagg.

After a startling diagnosis from his doctor, Oswald T. Campbell leaves behind the cold and damp of the oncoming Chicago winter to spend what he believes will be his last Christmas in the warm and welcoming town of Lost River.

If you have any questions, please contact the organizer.


(The Book Club meets every fourth Thursday at 1:00 PM. A different book is selected for each month.)