Join Friends via Zoom for a discussion of The Island of Sea Women by Linda See
Much of the news in recent months has dealt with change, and the same goes for the Friends Book Club in the coming year.
Book Club leadership recently transferred from Elizabeth Winga to Carol Poulson. Carol previously served on the Board of Friends for Hospitality and other programs, so Book Club will be a new venture for her. WELCOME, Carol!
Another change is that our September gathering, and likely subsequent Book Club sessions this year, will be held via Zoom. If you’ve never attended a Zoom bookclub, you might be surprised how connected they can make you feel.
The book for September is what O, The Oprah Magazine calls, “A mesmerizing new historical novel” The Island of Sea Women by Linda See.
Set on the Korean island of Jeju, The Island of Sea Women follows two girls from very different backgrounds as they begin working with their village’s all-female diving collective.
Additional Book Club dates and titles:
Friday, October 16, The Grace of Silence: A Memoir by Michele Norris, which focuses on Norris’ experiences as a black woman growing up in south Minneapolis.
Friday, November 20, The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton. A Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about the Golden Age in New York City,
We’ll continue to offer a post-discussion tour as part of the monthly Book Club. Since on-site gallery tours at Mia aren’t currently an option, we’re figuring out an alternative.
Important: Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to register for September’s meeting (or indicate interest in future meetings) and receive a Zoom invitation and details about the tour,
We look forward to staying connected, seeing you, and discussing books via Zoom!
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