Programs tagged: discussion

First Thursday One Read Discussion With Alex George
Columbia Public Library, Friends Room

Bring a brown bag lunch and join us for a discussion of this year’s One Read selection “Bettyville” by George Hodgman. Best-selling author Alex George will lead this book talk.

First Wednesday One Read Discussion
Callaway County Public Library

Join us as we discuss this year's One Read selection, "Bettyville" by George Hodgman.

One Read Book Discussion With Dr. Dianne Lynch
Columbia, Barnes & Noble, Columbia Mall

Join Stephens College President Dr. Dianne Lynch and her husband Philip Coleman to discuss "Bettyville." Coffee provided.

One Read Runner-Up Book Discussion
Southern Boone County Public Library

Join us as for a discussion of the community reading program runner-up, "Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet" by Jamie Ford.

One Read Book Discussion With Dr. Betsy Tutt
Fulton, William Woods University Library Auditorium

In conjunction with Well Read Books, Dr. Betsy Tutt, vice president of academic affairs and dean of the graduate college at William Woods University, will lead a discussion of “Bettyville.” Books will be available for purchase.

"Bettyville" Goes to College
Columbia Public Library, Friends Room

Scholars from each of Columbia's college campuses will discuss our One Read book from their academic perspectives, then invite audience comment and discussion. We'll have Dr. Yngve Digernes, associate professor of sociology at Columbia College; Dr. Eric Marx, associate professor of psychology at Stephens College; and Dr. Nancy West, professor of English at the University of Missouri.

One Read Book Discussion With Mayor Treece
Columbia Public Library, Friends Room

A One Read tradition continues! Join Columbia Mayor Brian Treece to discuss this year's title, "Bettyville" by George Hodgman.

First Thursday Discussion: One Read Runner-Up
Columbia Public Library, Virginia G. Young Room

Bring a brown bag lunch and join us to discuss this year's One Read runner-up "Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet" by Jamie Ford. When artifacts from Japanese families sent to internment camps during World War II are uncovered during renovations at a Seattle hotel, Henry Lee embarks on a quest that leads to memories of growing up Chinese in a city rife with anti-Japanese sentiment. Yolanda Ciolli, a member of the One Read reading panel, will lead the discussion.

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