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7:00 pm - 8:00 pm on recurring dates listed below
Richview

This is a book club for people who are fluent in French....


Upcoming Dates:
Tue Sep 29
Tue Oct 27
Tue Nov 24
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7:00 pm - 8:00 pm on recurring dates listed below
Bloor/Gladstone

Come join us on the last Thursday of each month for lively discussion. For more information, please call 416-393-7674.


Upcoming Dates:
Thu Jul 30
Thu Aug 27
Thu Sep 24
Thu Oct 29
Icon of the event City Hall Brown Bag Book Club
Ongoing event running from Fri Jul 24, 2015 - Thu Dec 17, 2015
City Hall

Join fellow book lovers to discuss one title each month. The group meets from 1-2 pm in the City Hall Branch....

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2:00 pm - 3:30 pm on recurring dates listed below
Port Union

Join other book lovers in your community and participate in lively discussions of popular books. It is free to join and the books are provided.


Upcoming Dates:
Tue Sep 01
Tue Oct 06
Tue Nov 03
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7:00 pm - 8:30 pm on recurring dates listed below
Richview

Come join us for a discussion of a title chosen by the group.


Upcoming Dates:
Mon Sep 21
Mon Oct 19
Mon Nov 16
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7:00 pm - 8:00 pm on recurring dates listed below
Port Union

If you are not available during the day, this is your chance to join a book club. Gather with other book lovers to discuss a selection of popular titles. It is free to join and the books are provided.


Upcoming Dates:
Tue Sep 08
Tue Oct 13
Tue Nov 10
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7:00 pm - 8:00 pm on recurring dates listed below
Bloor/Gladstone

Calling all children age 9-12 and their mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, or caregiver! Join our monthly family book club. One child 9 to 12, one parent/caregiver, one book per month....


Upcoming Dates:
Mon Aug 31
Mon Sep 28
Mon Oct 26
Icon of the event Author Readings. The Ward. ed John Lorinc
Thu Oct 15, 2015 | 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Deer Park

"The Ward," which stretched from Queen to College and Yonge to University, was a working class community that became an "arrival city" for Irish, African Americans, Italians, Eastern European Jews and Chinese between the 1850...