November brings thoughts of cooler weather, football and lots of fine family feasting (and shopping) to come with the Thanksgiving holidays. Don’t forget to come by the closest branch of your Pasadena Public Library to check out those holiday cookbooks and look at the newest magazines for fashion, food, decorating and even hunting inspirations!
First Monday Book Club
The Fairmont Branch Library’s First Monday Book Club will discuss Killing Kennedy: The End Of Camelot by Bill O’Reilly and will meet in the Conference Room at the Fairmont Library on Monday, November 4 at 6:00 p.m. Come join the group as they explore this gripping account of the brutal murder of John F. Kennedy and how the gunshots fired on a Dallas afternoon not only killed a beloved President but also helped send the nation into disaster in Vietnam and changed American culture forever.
Tea Time Book Club
The Central Library’s Tea-Time Mystery Book Club will discuss My Heart May Be Broken, But My Hair Still Looks Great by Dixie Cash and will meet on Monday, November 18 in the Board Room at the Central Library at 3:30 p.m. Coffee, tea and Thanksgiving treats will be served as the group follows the wild adventures of hairdressers Debbie Sue Overstreet and Edwina Perkins-Martin as these Domestic Equalizers (and part-time detectives) track down straying spouses and solve crimes.
Contact William Simpson (First Monday) at the Fairmont Library 281-998-1095 X 15 or Mark Anderson (Tea-Time Mystery) at 713-475-4993 for more information regarding these two entertaining book clubs.