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Reference & Adult Services: Book Clubs

Book Clubs for Adults

Archdale Book Break Book Club

The Book Break Book Club, founded in 1997, is an institution at the Archdale Library, and a cornerstone of our adult programming efforts. As of January 2021, the club has explored 187 books, through lively and insightful discussion. The talk is stimulating, but best of all, refreshments are always served. The club welcomes new members. The club meets the third Tuesday of each month from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m., from September to May.

The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray


See you Tuesday, March 21st at 2pm!


Archdale Book Bites Book Club

Book Bites, an "un-book club," began in November 2018 as a place for readers to come together and share the books they're excited to be reading. There is no reading list, and all are welcome to come and share the book they've enjoyed most since the last meeting. There are always a wide variety of books shared, and a record of titles is kept and posted online. 

The club is currently meeting the second Tuesday of each month from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.

Liberty Book Club


Asheboro Reads Book Club

The Asheboro Reads book group meets at 2:00 pm. on the last Tuesday of each month. The group is open to anyone who wishes to discuss the book. Extra copies of the book being discussed will be available at the circulation desk in the weeks before the discussion. Call 336-318-6808 for more information.

Current Read

On Tuesday, February 28th at 2pm upstairs by the DVDs, we will discuss:

Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton


See you soon!