A dual narrative in which a woman finds a cookbook buried in the basement of her new home and becomes captivated with the cookbook's previous owner, a 1950s housewife. Dissatisfied with her own life, she becomes absorbed in learning the story--and the secrets--of the last woman who lived in her house.
Sessions are led by our own professional book lovers (a.k.a. OPL staff members).
The book club will take place at the Central Branch in the auditorium on the 2nd floor.
A copy of the book club title can be picked up at the Central Branch at the 3rd floor service desk.
Skills Learned: Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Social Skills, Communication
Registration is required.
Please review the guidelines and frequently asked questions on the Programming FAQ.
Need to cancel? Please let us know.
If you have to cancel your spot for any reason, you can do so by:
1. Logging into MyEvents using your library card. If you did not register with your library card, you will need the reference number you received in your confirmation email.
2. Phone your local branch, or email email@example.com. Please have ready the program title, program date, and names of registered individuals.
Access to facilities and programs may be impacted by evolving health and safety protocols related to COVID-19. The Town will follow all requirements and recommendations issued by Halton Public Health and any applicable provincial regulations. The Town may use discretion to impose its own requirements. You will be notified if your registration is impacted by any changes.