The Saratoga Unitarian Book Group meets on the 3rd Monday of the month throughout the year. We begin at 6 P.M. in the King Room with a light supper brought by members of the group. Around 6:45 P.M. we then begin a discussion of the book for that month. The discussion lasts about an hour.
Please be aware that details such as the location of our meetings may change from time-to-time. Please make sure you check the announcements section for updated information.
We are happy to have additional folks join us whether it’s to be a regular participant or a contributor for a particular book. TRY US OUT. Contact Pat Goodale with questions: (518) 584-0588
May 20 – If Beale Street Could Talk – James Baldwin
June 17 – The Cooking Gene – Michael Twitty
July 15 – Anil’s Ghost – Michael Ondaadjte
August 19 – The Library Book – Susan Orleans September 16 – Unsheltered – Barbara Kingsolver
October 21 – Einstein and the Rabbi – Naomi Levy
November 18 – Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk – Kathleen Rooney
December 16 – We Party!!! – We discuss and exchange our favorite books.
January 20 – Educated: A Memoir – Tara Westover
February 17 – Their Eyes Were Watching God – Zora Neale Hurston
March 16 – The Feather Thief – Kirk Wallace Johnson