9 Meetup Groups match “Small Groups - Book Club, Discuss Issues” near Finksburg, MD
Calling all book lovers! I'd love to get together with other people who love to read as much as I do! We'll meet once a month at a coffee shop, park, or a members residence to dicuss our thoughts on the book and meet new people. We will pick out the books for 6 months in advance and we can all decide together what books to read. Everyone is welcome, men or women, young or old. I want to create this group to meet new people and have a great time together and look forward to meeting you all!
Do you love reading Christian novels? If so, Divine Inspiration is just what you’ve been looking for. Divine Inspiration is a book club that was created especially for women who enjoy reading Christian novels. As a member of Divine Inspiration you will be inspired, encouraged and uplifted while enjoying good food; good fun; and good fellowship with a group of amazing women.
This group is for anyone who likes to sit around with a glass of wine and discuss a good book. This is intended to be a casual group with people who enjoy reading and are looking to meet some cool new people in the Baltimore area. We are open to exploring all different genres of books from fiction to non-fiction, classics to trashy novels etc. Suggest a book, suggest a location and let's get reading!
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This book club reads and discusses a wide variety of books: literary fiction, science fiction, fantasy, nonfiction, mystery, classics, thrillers, young adult, biography, and more! We don't vote on books; any member may suggest a book, and we'll add it to the list. The group meets in Old Town Alexandria the second Tuesday of each month, with a break (or an alternate activity) in December. We can't wait to welcome you to our next meeting! UPCOMING BOOKS: OCTOBER: Angel's Game, by Carlos Ruiz Zafon …
Eat. Drink. Read. is a book club for young adult readers in the DC metro area. We are always accepting open-mided avid readers who are interested in expanding their minds and their friendship circles. In the club we read fiction and non-fiction books on every topic imaginable. We are always open to suggestions and every book is chosen democratically. We hope to see you soon!
A club dedicated to broadening our minds through the reading and discussing of non-fiction books outside the mainstream - books that offer a perspective not found on the best-seller list on such topics as HIV/AIDS, the FED, global warming, 9/11, China, the CIA, peak oil, Israel/Palestine, international finance, crop circles, US foreign policy, the holocaust, immigration, Iran, hunger, Cuba, the autism epidemic, nuclear disarmament, Afghanistan, the media, terrorism, family planning, etc.
Join the Jewish Book Group at the JCC of Greater Washington! All are welcome at the Jewish Book Group, which meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the JCC of Greater Washington. Join a diverse group and discuss Jewish fiction and nonfiction, contemporary and classics. Our past books include All Other Nights by Dara Horn, My Glorious Brothers by Howard Fast, Songs for the Butcher's Daughter by Peter Manseau, and Skeletons at the Feast by Christopher Bohjalian. Please contact f …
This is a group for people to discuss the books they are reading and may read as little or as much as one may find the time to. Meetings can be held on Sundays in the afternoon. There are so many books out there and hundreds of authors hoping for an audience. Let's give these lonely, literary stars our attention for a few weeks or so of our time! What are all these people writing about and what for? Let's figure it out. Let's read great books or at least a few sentences; let's observe characters …
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This is a group to help us get our day started with some walking and talking. Studies show that people who exercise first thing in the morning are more productive during the day and sleep better at night. Also, engaging in good conversation will get the brain going. Studies show that people who engage in social activity early in the day perform at higher cognitive levels throughout the day and are more likely to succeed in their carrer and relationships. Each walk will have a new leader who will …
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