Brown Bag Book Club – March

Tuesday, March 10, Noon to 2 PM

The book of you, DB 78945

Book of YouKendal, Claire. Reading time: 10 hours, 10 minutes.

Clarissa keeps a notebook on a professor at her job who has been stalking her. Selected for a seven-week jury, Clarissa finally has some daily peace from him. But the trial illustrates how futile it is to bring charges. Violence, strong language, and some explicit descriptions of sex. 2014.

Evening stars, DB 78682

Evening StarsMallery, Susan. Reading time: 11 hours, 10 minutes.

Blackberry Island, Washington. Nina, a nurse, plays the role of the responsible family member for her mother and sister Averil. But now two men from her past are interested in Nina. Then Averil leaves her husband and returns to the island. Some explicit descriptions of sex. 2014.

The library serves coffee. Please bring your own lunch. Meetings are typically held on the second Tuesday of each month at Wayne County Braille and Talking book Library, 30555 Michigan Avenue in Westland.


Maroon hat with yellow stripe and coordinating scarf.
Hat and scarf made on a knitting loom by a library user.

Tuesday, March 17, Noon to 2 p.m.

The Itch-to-Stitch group creates beautiful hats and scarves. Bring your own projects and get help from other crafters.

Itch-to-Stitch is held at the library on the third Tuesday of every month.

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