The Ligonier Valley Library is home to several book discussion groups. New members are always welcome!
There is no charge to participate in any of our book clubs. If you are interested in joining, then stop by the library or call 724-238-6451. Visit our Event Calendar for more information on any of our events and programs, including our book discussion groups.
Mystery Book Club
Bring your lunch and delve with us into the intriguing world of mysteries and thrillers with this book discussion group that meets bimonthly on a Friday usually from 11:45 am to 12:50 pm.
Next Meeting: December 14. Learn More…
Titles & Tea
Enjoy discussing the selected book over a cuppa tea and a snack! Titles & Tea normally meets once a month on a Wednesday at 2:00 pm.
Next Meeting: December 12. Learn More…
One Book, One Westmoreland
Next One Book, One Westmoreland Discussion Group is made possible by WLN (Westmoreland Library Network) and covers a variety of great reads both fiction and nonfiction. Registration is required. Books are available through the library.
Next Meeting: March 27, 2019. Learn More…
Food for Thought: A Cookbook Club
Every other month, a cookbook will be selected and put on display at the main circulation desk. You pick a recipe that piques your interest (or taste buds). Prepare your recipe, then bring it to the meeting to share with other participants. It’s that simple!
Meeting date and selection: On hiatus until after library renovations are complete in Spring 2018
Exercise for the brain and body! This program gets participants walking and reading more, and features weekly Thursday walks that explore the Ligonier Valley area. The program is held over two months in the fall and either includes a spring session or special monthly walks in late spring/early summer. Participants keep track of their minutes spent walking and reading.
If you are interested in joining any of our book groups, then please stop by the Ligonier Valley Library (see Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/7OU8Q) or call us at 724-238-6451 or email us at email@example.com.
Each group attempts to use books found in the Westmoreland Library Network Online Catalog.