Who We Are:
A reading group at the library in Norfolk, Connecticut.
Who Can Join:
Anyone. Anytime. While most of the members come from Norfolk, the group is open to anyone living in northwestern Connecticut, southwestern Massachusetts, or anywhere, New Hartford to Millbrook, Pittsfield to Roxbury, weekenders or full-timers.
What We Do:
We read books--then discuss, analyze, push the boundaries of what we believe, what we know, and what we want to know. Oh, and we eat. And sometimes even drink.
Where We Meet:
At the Norfolk library, 9 Greenwoods Road East, Norfolk, Connecticut--just across US-44 from the town green and catercorner to the congregational church. For more information, call the library at 860-542-5075.
When We Meet:
Select Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The group started as a brown-bag-and-book group. These days, nobody brings a lunch but there's always a treat brought to share.
Who I Am:
Mark Scarbrough, the discussion wrangler, an erstwhile Southerner living in New England chill, and an erstwhile lit professor who chucked it all to become a full-time writer. To find out how that story turned out, click here.
To find out the complete schedule for our meetings, click the header link above under "SEMINARS, BOOK GROUPS, AND WORKSHOPS." You'll be taken to a calendar with the full schedule. Look for the Norfolk Book Group on Fridays once or sometimes twice a month. Or see below.