Adult Programs


Book Discussion Groups

Book discussion groups are a great way to connect with others, talk about or learn more about what you are reading, or to try reading something different.

Talk About Kansas Literature (T.A.L.K. Book) 

T.A.L.K. Book Discussion
March 7, 6:30 pm

Second book in a three-part series, “Native American Mysteries” sponsored by Humanities Kansas. Discussion of “DreadfulWater Shows Up”, by Hartley Goodweather. Led by Martha Sanchez, Wichita 
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To join this group, contact Annette,  


The Sci-Fi Book Discussion Group meets on the first Thursday of each month to discuss a work of science fiction or fantasy. We have informal discussions in a friendly atmosphere. The group selects the list of titles and where to meet. We read everything from hard science fiction to fantasy, traditional formats to graphic novels, and occasionally even watch a film adaptation for comparison. Direct questions to Gregg Wamsley or Steve Westfahl.

 April  4, 7:00 pm Conference Room 2

We will discuss INFOMOCRACY by Malka Older.  The group usually meets at Carl's Bar around 5:00pm for food and drinks.  Book discussion is at 7:00 pm at the library.


Mystery Mavens 

The Mystery Mavens get together once a month to discuss a book. This group meets on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7 pm in Conference Room #2 on the second floor of the library. Contact Steve Westfahl for more information.

March 26 Book: A BABY'S BONES by Rebecca Alexander.
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