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Ways to Participate
Community Book Discussion Groups
One of the main goals of One Book – One Lincoln is to encourage residents to read and openly discuss the same book. Talking about great literature with others often adds richness and depth to the experience of reading. We encourage you to join other members of the community in discussing The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry during September, October and November. Everyone is welcome; for most groups, there will be no need to pre-register.[NOTE: The list of discussion opportunities may continue to grow as we hear from additional book discussion groups. If your private book group would be open to having guests for a One Book – One Lincoln discussion, please contact the Lincoln City Libraries at 441-8562 to let us know that we can list you on this page! Please revisit this page for updated information as One Book – One Lincoln continues.]
We can provide a discussion leader for your group
So, you want to have a One Book – One Lincoln discussion group, but you don’t have a discussion leader? This Fall and Winter, Lincoln City Libraries staff will be available to book groups, extension clubs, organizations and businesses interested in hosting a discussion group. For further information, call Lincoln City Libraries, 441-8571.
Bethany Branch Library
Gere Branch Library
Walt Branch Library
Eiseley Branch Library
A Novel Idea
Bennett Martin Public Library – Lunch at the Library
ON AIR PRESENTATIONS
NET Radio [91.1 FM]
Television — Channel 5
Other Online Opportunities
One Book One Lincoln on Facebook
Follow the Lincoln City Libraries’ general Twitter feed to see regular news announcements about One Book – One Lincoln events and discussions.
Don’t have a chance to join one of the official discussion groups, but still want to share your views on The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry or this year’s special programs? Visit our One Book — One Lincoln Blog, where you can leave comments in response to regularly posted topics and/or questions.
A discussion forum for One Book — One Lincoln-related topics has also been set up on LibraryThing — feel free to join up there and post your comments about the book, the programs, etc.