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We had 13 at our first program in January. Our first book was Arctic Drift. Our second was Thunderstuck and we had 10 people. In March, we will be discussing the TC Boyle book and saving the Jean Auel book until last. We had several calls from patrons reserving the books to read for next month this morning so I am hopeful that many of them will return. Overall this has been a positive experience with mix of familiar and new faces and at least 3 new library cards.
They like the door prizes. Artic Drift was a weather station. Thunderstruck was a beaker mug—a bit of stretch for connection but drinking coffee or tea together can be a social occasion. For the Boyle book, we are giving away seed bombs that contain native flower species to help support local pollinator populations. For the Auel book, we’re going to have an appetizer buffet using locally sourced food.