Join the group at Cedarhurst at 12 noon and participate in the informal discussion on the current book led by moderator Rusty Freeman, Cedarhurst Director of Visual Arts. The Cedarhurst Book Club is open to the public, free admission, and held at various venues on the Cedarhurst Campus. Details and current information will be provided on the Book Club Facebook Event, located on our Facebook events page. Continue the conversation about the current book and more by joining Rusty’s “Art, Coffee & Conversation/Book Club Facebook Group“.
Book Club titles are available for purchase from various sites online and available to borrow through your Public Library.
The 2023 Book Club Book Mark (identifying the six books for the calendar year) is available at Cedarhurst, mailed to Cedarhurst members, and made available at local libraries and book stores.
- January 4th – The Improbability of Love: A Novel by Hannah Rothschild
- March 1st – Bootlegger by Brian L. Alvis | Photography by Robbie Edwards
- May 3rd – The Passenger by Cormac McCarthy
- June 28th – The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare by G. K. Chesterton
- September 6th – If on a Winter’s Night a Traveler by Italo Calvino
- November 1st – 1000 Years of Joys and Sorrows: A Memoir by Ai Weiwei