60 Main St.
Thomaston Maine 04861
Mondays and Fridays: 11-7
Tues, Weds, Thurs: 11-5
The Intergenerational Book Club meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 2:30 pm, in the main reading room. A list of the current year's book selection is available at the circulation desk and online. All books may be borrowed in paper or on Kindle.
The Intergenerational Book Club (IGBC)
2017 IGBC Booklist Book discussion series
Under a grant awarded by the Maine Humanities Council, this club is titled "Telling the Truth: The subject of Autobiography".
For more information call the Thomaston Public Library at 354-2453
Let's Talk About It Club
Theme: "Destruction or Redemption: Images of Romantic Love."
The program is offered to Maine libraries through the Maine Humanities Council in conjunction with the Maine State Library. Meetings are open to all and will start at 11am. Bring a bag lunch, beverage and dessert will be provided.
Mystery Book Club
The Mystery Book Club meets once each month at a group member's home to discuss books by a single author. The Schedule for March - September 2017 includes:
For more information about meeting dates, times and locations, please contact Nancy Carter at email@example.com
History of IGBC:
In October 2010 a group of Thomaston Library staff and volunteers joined several Georges Valley High School teachers to create an intergenerational book club called Bookwomen Unite! The group met both at the Library and at the high school and received financial support to purchase books that would encourage young women to join older women in discussions of both teen and adult titles. When the school populations in RSU 13 were redistributed in 2011, the group evolved into the Intergenerational Book Club. On the third Tuesday of every month, the Intergenerational Book Club, a group of men and women of all ages from Thomaston and from surrounding communities, comes together at the library to share their opinions and ideas about the book selection. Titles include Fiction, Biography and other non-fiction, Maine authors and subjects, adult and young adult levels. Extra copies of the books are purchased by the Friends of the Thomaston Public Library from the Annual Appeal funds and copies are also available on the library's circulating e-readers. All are welcome to join and rides can be arranged for Thomaston residents.